The College of Business class
of 2002 has created a legacy to inspire other students for many years
first inductees of the COB Alumni Wall of Fame are (from left) Kevin
Gavagan, Joe Lobozzo, Donald Naylor, Laura Backus, Scott and Russel
The Alumni Wall of Fame in
the Max Lowenthal Building is a permanent display featuring portraits
and biographies of honored graduates. The first inductees are: Laura
Backus Scott 91, vice president and chief information officer
at Carpenter Technology Corp.; Peter Browne 64, founder
and president of Price, Raffel & Browne Inc.; Thomas Curley 77,
president and publisher of USA Today; Kevin Gavagan 79,
principal and portfolio manager at QCI Asset Management Inc.; Joe
Lobozzo 95, founder and CEO of JML Optical Industries Inc.;
and Donald H. Naylor 61, consultant at Davie Kaplan Chapman
& Braverman PC CPA.
Selection into the Wall of
Fame is based on several factors including professional success, community
involvement and sustained support to the vitality of RIT. In addition
to the six inductees, Russell Schwartzbeck 97 was honored
for his achievements as a recent graduate. Schwartzbeck earned a bachelors
degree in finance and now works for Northwestern Mutual Financial Network
as a financial representative.
We want visitors to
the College of Business to know that our alumni are out there leading
the way in the business world, says Jennifer Reginelli 02,
who was class gift co-chair. We also want to encourage current
students by providing them with role models that aspire high ideals.
Someday, they too can be on that wall of fame.
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