The University of New Mexico Anderson School of Management has announced its 2021 Hall of Fame honorees. This year, the Hall of Fame has been reimagined and moved virtual as the Hall of Fame: Business Leadership Series, celebrating extraordinary alumni who have achieved professional success and have made significant contributions to their community.
As in previous years, this event is a fundraiser that supports Anderson student scholarships, which have been even more vital to student success during the COVID-19 pandemic. To donate, visit https://bit.ly/3ridNDH.
Hall of Fame candidates are selected for their professional success, their contribution to the community, and their ongoing commitment to education. Anderson’s 32nd Annual Hall of Fame Honorees are:
- Beverly Bendicksen, president, Sandia Financial Consulting, LLC
- Steve McKee, co-founder, McKee Wallwork + Co. and author
- Kerry Perry, founder and CEO, KP Invest
The Young Alumni Award recognizes Anderson graduates under age 40 who are impacting their communities and making great strides in their careers. The 2021 Young Alumni Award recipient is:
- Randy Trask, president, New Mexico Trade Alliance
Dean Mitzi M. Montoya says the Anderson School is honored to celebrate the 2021 Hall of Fame honorees. “We are extremely proud of this year’s class of inductees,“ she said. “Each person exemplifies the spirit of Anderson: career accomplishments through hard work, determination and the tools provided through a quality business education.
“They truly shine within the business community, they’re generous with their leadership, and they’re actively leading the way for generations to come.”
This year’s series consists of four 30-minute video programs with online premieres March 9, March 23, April 6 and April 20, each starting at 4:30 p.m. In addition to the honorees, each program highlights donors, scholarship recipients and the community it takes to uphold the standards, goals and vision of the Anderson School of Management.
For more information or to view the programs, visit http://bit.ly/2N4h6iv.