UNM's Anderson School announces 2018 Hall of Fame - Albuquerque Journal

UNM’s Anderson School announces 2018 Hall of Fame

The University of New Mexico’s Anderson School of Management on Monday announced its 2018 Hall of Fame and Young Alumni awards.

This year’s Hall of Fame honorees are Gary Gordon of the Albuquerque

Anthony Trujillo, HOLMANS USA (Courtesy Anderson School of Management)

Academy, Sheila Mendez of PNM Resources, Stephine Poston of Poston & Associates and Anthony Trujillo of HOLMANS USA. The Hall of Fame honors alumni for professional success and for significant contributions to the community, according to a news release announcing the awards.

Gary Gordon, Albuquerque Academy (Courtesy Anderson School of Management)
Sheila Mendez, PNM Resources (Courtesy Anderson School of Management)
Stephine Poston, Poston Associates (Courtesy Anderson School of Management)

Matthew Sanchez of Jaynes Corporation and Daniel Trujillo of Kubiak Melton & Associates are receiving this year’s Young Alumni Award, which recognizes Anderson graduates under the age of 40 who are having an impact on the community and making strides in their careers.

The Faculty Community Leadership Award will honor Distinguished Professor Dr. Sul Kassicieh, former Endowed Chair in Economic Development and chairman of the Finance, International, Technology and Entrepreneurship Department, who died last year.

Christopher Carian of the University of New Mexico will receive the Distinguished Service Award.

“Each honoree demonstrates that hard work and commitment combined with the knowledge and tools provided through a quality business education can lead to long-term personal and career success,” Anderson Dean Craig White said in the news release.

The 2018 Hall of Fame event is Tuesday, March 6 at Sandia Casino. Proceeds support scholarships for Anderson students.

Corporate sponsorship opportunities are available ranging from a title sponsorship level of $25,000 to table sponsors at a cost of $2,500. For information, contact Darrell Garcia, senior alumni relations officer at Anderson at 505-277-6264 or dgarci30@unm.edu.

Home » Business » Most Recent Biz News » UNM’s Anderson School announces 2018 Hall of Fame

Insert Question Legislature form in Legis only stories

Albuquerque Journal and its reporters are committed to telling the stories of our community.

• Do you have a question you want someone to try to answer for you? Do you have a bright spot you want to share?
   We want to hear from you. Please email yourstory@abqjournal.com

taboola desktop

ABQjournal can get you answers in all pages


Questions about the Legislature?
Albuquerque Journal can get you answers
Email addresses are used solely for verification and to speed the verification process for repeat questioners.
Asian stocks rise ahead of Fed's next interest rate ...
Most Recent Biz News
BEIJING (AP) -- Asian stock markets ... BEIJING (AP) -- Asian stock markets followed Wall Street higher on Tuesday ahead of a Federal Reserve decision on another possible interest rate hike ...
Credit Suisse-UBS deal offers hope, but bank doubts persist
LONDON (AP) -- Credit Suisse shares ... LONDON (AP) -- Credit Suisse shares plunged Monday after Swiss authorities cut a deal with its bigger rival UBS to acquire the troubled bank ...
Amazon cuts 9,000 more jobs, bringing 2023 total to ...
NEW YORK (AP) -- Amazon plans ... NEW YORK (AP) -- Amazon plans to eliminate 9,000 more jobs in the next few weeks, CEO Andy Jassy said in a memo to ...
Two utility cases, two different outcomes
ABQnews Seeker
Why did New Mexico’s Public Regulation ... Why did New Mexico’s Public Regulation Commission approve an El Paso Electric buyout, then scrutinize and reject PNM’s merger a year later?
The robot revolution is here: Local businesses gear up ...
Cafecito is the latest New Mexico ... Cafecito is the latest New Mexico business to utilize robots following the BioPark's restaurant, the Shark Reef Café, and Flix Brewhouse
Anatomy of a health systems 'marriage' proposal
ABQnews Seeker
As the saying goes: It's not ... As the saying goes: It's not what you know, it's who you know.
Want to preserve health entitlements? Bend cost curve
ABQnews Seeker
COLUMN: Our nation’s future seems burdened ... COLUMN: Our nation’s future seems burdened by the rising costs of entitlements. So, we ask, is this future set in stone, or can it ...
R.Greenleaf launches new e-commerce site
ABQnews Seeker
The new e-commerce site allows customers ... The new e-commerce site allows customers to create accounts and order ahead before picking up cannabis products from a retail location.
Will Americans end up footing the bill for bank ...
Most Recent Biz News
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The government's response ... WASHINGTON (AP) -- The government's response to the failure of two large banks has already involved hundreds of billions of dollars. So will ordinary ...