Two Alumni Honored by College Alma Mater
Congratulation to Steven DiNoto ‘89 and James Regan ‘84, who recently received University Alumni Awards from the University of Massachusetts at Lowell!
Congratulation to Steven DiNoto ‘89 and James Regan ‘84, who recently received University Alumni Awards from the University of Massachusetts at Lowell.
Steven DiNoto ‘89
Manager, Global Security Operations Center, Apple Computer, Inc.
From Event Information: “Steven DiNoto has 15 years of experience in executive-level law enforcement administration, analysis, operations, investigations, technology and project management. At the Lowell, Malden and Lawrence police departments, Mr. DiNoto created and served as the director of the Crime Control Strategy & Analysis Units. He was also a deputy sheriff (reserve) in the Middlesex County Sheriff’s Office, assisting on serial violent and property crime task forces and regional hi-tech crime investigations. Mr. DiNoto also served as an adjunct faculty member with the undergraduate and graduate Criminal Justice programs at UMass Lowell and Fisher College, teaching classes about the criminal justice system, law enforcement operations, criminology, criminal courts, crime mapping and analysis and criminal profiling. In 2011, Mr. DiNoto was recruited to Apple Inc. to serve as the manager for the Global Security Operations Center in support of security operations to protect Apple’s people, property and ideas worldwide. He resides in Los Gatos, Calif., with his wife, Lisa; son, Logan (6) and daughter, Ava (4).”
James Regan ‘84
President and CEO, Digital Federal Credit Union (DCU)
From Event Information: “James (Jim) Regan ’88 learned a lot more at UMass Lowell than accounting and finance. Now the president and CEO of Digital Federal Credit Union (DCU), headquartered in Marlborough, Mass., he remembers his professors stopping to talk with him and always making themselves available with an open door policy. This is a skill he has ingrained into his 23-year management style that propelled him to the top post at the largest credit union in New England. The benefits of his management style are evident both in Mr. Regan’s career path as well as in the growth of DCU. Mr. Regan joined DCU in 1992 as an internal auditor, moving up to vice president of finance and then senior vice president and CFO, until his promotion to CEO in 2008. The DCU board selected Mr. Regan for the top post after considering a large pool of candidates. The credit union has transitioned from serving Digital Equipment Corporation employees to a diversified institution with assets in excess of $4 billion and 367,000 members in 50 states.;
Thank you to George Coulouras ’89 (University of Massachusetts at Lowell Advisor to the Greek Alumni Council) for passing along this wonderful news!