Several others top businessmen who have been inducted into
Quinnipiac's Business Leader Hall of Fame attended the event, including
David Darst, managing director and chief investment strategist, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Global Wealth Management Group;
Gabriel Ferrucci, owner and manager of Ferrucci Properties, LLC;
Kenneth Neilson, former chairman, president and chief executive officer of Hudson United Bank; and
William Weldon, chairman of Johnson & Johnson.
In addition, the School of Business presented Outstanding Business Alumni Awards to
Karen Bradbury, president of EBEL Americas and worldwide merchandising director of Movado Group, Inc., and
Laura Sequenzia, publisher of "Golf World" magazine.
The School of Business also presented its Emerging Leader Award to
Kyle Cook, of
Wakefield, R.I., an
Jennifer Lydiksen, of
Milford, a student in the
MBA program , and
Alexandra Seitz, of Annanadale, N.J., an
economics major. This award is presented to students who demonstrate excellence both in and out of the classroom, including leadership roles on campus and/or significant community service.
View photos from the event .
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