Dave Bozeman was named vice president and general manager at Harley-Davidson Motor Co. He will head the company’s Powertrain Operations and Advanced Manufacturing Engineering in Wauwatosa, Wisc., and will continue to oversee the production of transmissions and engines for the Sportster and Buell motorcycle models. Bozeman joined Harley-Davidson as a manufacturing engineer in 1992. He has a B.Sc. in manufacturing engineering technology/mechanical design from Bradley University, Peoria, Ill., and a M.Sc. in engineering management from the Milwaukee School of Engineering, Milwaukee, Wisc.
Valentino D. Carlotti
Valentino D. Carlotti was appointed president of Goldman Sachs do Brasil Banco Multiplo S.A. He will be responsible for establishing a fully integrated Goldman Sachs presence in Brazil. Carlotti joined Goldman Sachs in 1994 in the investment banking division covering the telecommunications and media sectors. Later, he joined the bank’s equities division as an institutional salesperson handling hedge and mutual funds. After co-heading the human capital management for equities and the global fixed-income currency and commodities divisions, Carlotti became part of the combined divisions’ management team, a managing director in 2001 and a partner in 2006.
Geraldine Méhu was named executive director, head of Strategic Communications for Investment Solutions at UBS Wealth Management U.S., a newly created post. Previously, Méhu was group manager for the Ultra High Net Worth Desk, catering to private wealth advisers and high net worth clients. She joined UBS in 2004 as head of Diversity for Wealth Management U.S. Méhu serves on the steering committee of UBS’s Women’s Network and on the advisory council of its Black and Hispanic Employee Network. She is a 2005 TNJ “40 Under-Forty” awardee and this year was nominated for UBS’s Global Circle of Excellence Award.