Cheshire Academy board of trustees elects 5 new members

CHESHIRE — The Cheshire Academy board of trustees has elected five new members, “all of whom bring a wealth of knowledge, expertise, and experience from their professional and personal lives,” according to a release.

The new trustees are:

— Ronald Bergamo of Cheshireis owner and president of the marketing consulting firm Impact Production Group. He received his bachelor’s degree in information systems from Quinnipiac University’s School of Business, the release said, and is chairman of the board of directors for Ball & Socket Arts, a nonprofit working to turn the former Ball & Socket Factory in Cheshire into an arts and entertainment complex. He and his wife, Sharon, are parents of Jonathan, class of 2013, the release said.

Angelina Casanova, national legislative affairs manager for the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation. According to the release, she also is chairwoman of the tribe’s economic development company, Command Holdings, and co-owns Native Way Blend, an official Dunkin’ Donuts franchise with a Foxwoods Resort Casino location. She lives in Baltimore, Md.

Bart A. DePetrillo of Park City, Utah, is an entrepreneur and investor. A former student at Cheshire Academy, he is owner of bartologie LLC.

Praveen R. Savalgi is a cybersecurity risk manager for Raytheon Technologies, the release said, and leads the executive team at SCI Education, an organization “dedicated to strategic training in business management and entrepreneurship designed for emerging economies.” He lives in West Hartford.

Edgar B. Vinal of Southington is the national operations manager at IT service management company Canon Business Process Services Inc., a subsidiary of Canon U.S.A.Inc., according to the release. He and his wife, Susan, are parents of Blakely Vinal ’16 and Cassidy Vinal ’19.