The jury, which once again includes DeGroote Dean Len Waverman, will evaluate the nominees based on five key criteria.
Coming out as a gay woman was an important step along her path to becoming a leader in fostering inclusion and diversity at KPMG.
It's going to be a year to remember for three distinguished business alumni.
The sold-out event was supported with a philanthropic gift from Adam Felesky, BA & BEng '99, President of Portag3 Ventures.
The next DeGroote Women’s Spotlight Series event is taking place at the Ron Joyce Centre in Burlington on Wednesday, April 17.
"Organizing #TheTimeIsNow was the most difficult yet rewarding experience of my entire MBA," says Alyssa Marck.
The tribute was spearheaded and funded by Teresa Cascioli, BCom ’83, who received the award in 2008.
Presented by the DeGroote School of Business, the fourth-annual Digital Leadership Summit will unite more than 150 professionals in Toronto.
Brathwaite: "I urge you to define your success not based on money, fame, or fortune, but on the impact you can have on the lives of others."
Trevisani, once a a wide-eyed Hamilton working-class kid, has earned a global reputation as a problem-solver who can tackle tough jobs.
Dino Trevisani, BCom '87, will receive the 2018 Wayne C. Fox Distinguished Alumni Award.
Neuroscience and the Older Consumer: Challenges and Opportunities will take place Monday, Dec. 4 at Burlington's Ron Joyce Centre.