Person-to-Person has named four new Board members – Bill Bradley of Weston, Kim Dickinson of Stamford, Clare Kretzman of Stamford and Tina Madon of Darien.

Bradley and Dickinson Step-Up Their Volunteer Involvement at P2P

Bill Bradley is the General Counsel of GE Energy Financing Services, the energy investing arm of the General Electric Company, based in Stamford. Prior to joining GE in 2005, he was a partner in the law firm of Hunton & Williams, LLC where he served in the firm’s Richmond, New York and Asian offices. Bradley received his JD from the University of Richmond School of Law and a BA from James Madison University. He has been serving as the liaison coordinating the financial and volunteer support that P2P receives from GE and we are pleased that he is increasing his level of involvement and contribution to the agency.

Kim Dickinson was born and raised in Iowa where she earned her BA with a double major in Business and History at Coe College in Cedar Rapids. She received her JD from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. Throughout her career, Dickinson has been an active volunteer, with Big Brothers and Big Sisters in Utah and Michigan as well as Gilda’s Club in the Grand Rapids area. After moving to Stamford in 2009, she began volunteering with P2P. Since selling her business in 2012, Dickinson has increased her level of community involvement while continuing her volunteer commitment to P2P by filling regularly scheduled shifts in Darien reception, serving on event planning committees and acting as a Youth Group Advisor to students in the Darien A Better Chance program who volunteer at P2P. We appreciate her willingness to do even more for the benefit of P2P clients.

Kretzman and Madon Volunteer Their Time and Talent to Advance the P2P Mission

Clare Kretzman recently retired following a 35-year career as a corporate attorney, both in private practice at Willkie Farr & Gallagher in New York City and Shipman & Goodwin in Stamford, and most recently as Deputy General Counsel of Gartner, Inc. in Stamford. She is a graduate of St. John’s University College of Business Administration and St. John’s University School of Law. In addition to managing a demanding career and family life, Kretzman has long been involved in community service, serving as president of the Home School Association of Greenwich Catholic School, a volunteer at The New Covenant House Soup Kitchen in Stamford, a board member of Birthright of Greater Stamford, Inc., and as a pro bono attorney and board member at The Stamford Senior Center, Inc.

Tina Madon is a senior investor relations and corporate communications executive with extensive financial services industry experience, including expertise in the asset management, institutional brokerage and investment banking sectors. Most recently Madon was a Managing Director and Head of Public Markets Investor Relations for Och-Ziff Capital Management Group, one of the largest hedge funds in the world. She was a member of the leadership team that took the company public in 2007 and Head of Corporate Communications, with responsibility for ensuring integrated communications with all Och-Ziff’s key stakeholders. In addition to her professional responsibilities, Madon is president of the Investor Relations Association and a member of the Senior Roundtable of the National Investor Relations Institute. She holds an MBA from University of Chicago Booth School of Business and a BA from Mount Holyoke College.

The full membership of the Person-to-Person board includes President Avery Whidden, Vice President Marie Radcliff, Treasurer Chris Whitney, Secretary Kaysie Uniacke, Steven Chin, Victoria de Toledo, Jen Forlizzi, Amy Gold, Michael Hyman, Susie Lindenberg, Daniel Lota, Liz Mackie, Valerie McNeil, Rick Nixon and Betsy Wilson.