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Stephen M. Mulready

Stephen M. Mulready

Adjunct Lecturer in Management
Department of Management and Marketing
Phone: 860-480-3948


MGT 310
Managing Organizational Beghavior

MGT 440
Managerial Strategy and Organizational Policy

AC 749
Seminar in Contemporary Accounting

Mr. Mulready joined the faculty in the Fall of 2007, having prior teaching experience in the State of Connecticut Community College system teaching Organizational and IT courses.

Mr. Mulready has completed the AACSB Bridge Program at the University of Southern California, which prepared him for professionally qualified faculty positions at AACSB accredited schools.

In addition to his teaching, he has been a member of the Barney School Board of Visitors for the past 8 years.

MBA in Management Systems, University of Hartford, 1977
B.S. in Insurance Management, University of Connecticut, 1973
Advanced Executive Program, Wharton School of Business, Univ. of Pennsylvania, 2000
Advanced Management Program, Fairfield University, 1989

Business Experience:

Chief Executive Officer, AIX Holdings, Inc., 2005 to Present

President and CEO, US Operations, Royal and Sun Alliance, 2002 -2204

President and COO, Commercial & Specialty, Royal and Sun Alliance, 1999 to 2002

President and CEO, Orion Specialty, 1996 to 1999

Senior Vice President of National Accounts, Aetna, 1994 to 1996

Various senior positions with Aetna

Other Business Involvement:

Board of Advisors, Adaptik, Inc

Board of Directors, ALICO, Inc

Former Board Member, American Insurance Association

Former Member, Charlotte, NC Chamber of Commerce

Former Chairman of the Insurance Committee, Town of Wethersfield, CT

Community Activities:

Treasurer and Member of the Executive Committee, Greater Hartford Arts Council, Former Director, Hartford Symphony

Red Impact Bar