As CEO of Tribridge, Tony DiBenedetto overcame uncertainty and adversity to open one of the most successful technology services firms specializing in business applications and cloud solutions in the country.
A passion for giving back to his community, along with a successful business career, earns 1971 Florida State College of Business graduate Don Harbaugh as spot in the Hall of Fame.
Cinny Murray’s distinguished career in retail spans more than 35 years, during which she has held senior leadership positions at Harold’s, Charming Shops, Saks Fifth Avenue, Talbot’s, Stage Stores and Chico’s, all among the most recognizable names in apparel.
Frank Nardozza has earned national and international recognition as a foremost adviser in mergers, acquisitions, financial restructurings, and investment development in the real estate and hospitality investment arenas. Now he has been selected for induction into the Florida State University College of Business 2013 Hall of Fame.
Donna Abood, a Florida State University College of Business alumna and one of the powerhouses of Florida’s real estate industry, has one more accolade to add to a long list of professional and community honors: induction into the college’s 2013 Hall of Fame.
John Crossman, president of Crossman & Company and a 1993 graduate of the FSU real estate program, is one of three inductees into the Florida State University College of Business 2013 Hall of Fame. Crossman is a much sought-after speaker and writer on national retail issues and a passionate mentor of college students.
With a passion for education and commitment to excellence, Dr. William T. Hold built one of the largest, most recognized insurance education organizations in the world.
As an executive at Quaker Oats and now at Del Monte Foods, Tim Cole has a reputation as leader with a clear vision and an uncanny ability to cut through the clutter and laser focus on “needle-moving” activities. He exhibits these same leadership qualities as a member of the Florida State University College of Business […]
Since retiring from the Tallahassee Democrat, where he served as publisher and president from 1997 to 2005, Mike Pate has been an untiring, effective and welcome presence in Florida’s capital city and Florida State University, his alma mater.