Class of 1969 Centennial Fellows Award Donors Blazing the Path for Student Success
On February 4, 2022, Schulich held a special 10th Anniversary appreciation event for members of the Class of 1969 Centennial Fellows, who established the Class of 1969 Centennial Fellows Award in 2012. Spearheaded by David MacKinnon, together with Fellows Fred Ward, Randy Spence, Bill Cannon, Terry Sulyma, Pierre Coté, Alan McNally, and John Graham, the Centennial Fellows Award has since recognized and supported 10 of Schulich’s brightest stars – students who not only have impressive academic skills and proven leadership capabilities but possess an innate sense of purpose and a desire to make a difference in their careers and communities.
The following recipients attended the event and shared words of gratitude on what the award meant to them and its continuing impact on their professional and personal successes: Mathuri Mayakrishnan (MBA ’22 Candidate), current recipient; Kristen Ferkranus (MBA ’20), 2019-20 recipient; James Prince (MBA ’19), 2018-19 recipient; Ben Rabinovitch (IMBA ’18), 2017-18 recipient, and Eva Mai Treumuth (MBA ’13), the inaugural recipient.
Dean Detlev Zwick acknowledged how special the Class of 1969 Centennial Fellows are to the School as well as the legacy that they have created – a legacy that will continue to inspire students well into the future. “I’m grateful for the opportunity to have had that special hour with our Centennial Fellows. It was truly wonderful to hear their amazing journeys and key milestones in their careers and personal lives. I was incredibly impressed with the breadth and depth of talent and accomplishments in that one virtual space! I couldn’t be any more appreciative of each one of them for having come together in the spirit of paying it forward for the next generation of Schulich business leaders.”