The University of New Mexico’s Anderson School of Management announces its 2024 Hall of Fame and Young Alumni honorees.
The Hall of Fame is Anderson’s long-standing alumni recognition program and celebrates its members’ hard work and commitment to the industry. This year’s honorees make up the 35th class.
Each honoree is chosen for their professional success, contribution to their community, and ongoing commitment to education. The 2024 Hall of Fame inductees are:
- Stephen Griego, CEO and president, DMC Logistics, LLC
- Kathryn Lueders, Starbase general manager, SpaceX
- Shannon Rainosek, CEO, Frontier Restaurant
The Young Alumni Award recognizes Anderson alumni underage 40 who are impacting their community and making great strides in their professional careers. This year’s Young Alumni honoree is:
Mike Duruaku, director of Sales, Blue Buffalo
Interim dean Julie Coonrod has expressed excitement to celebrate this year’s class, noting that each alum uniquely contributes to the betterment of their community through daily activities. “It’s my pleasure to meet and celebrate this year’s class of hard-working and exceptional individuals,” she said. “Each honoree is a guide to current students as their career examples offer roadmaps for those seeking direction and inspiration after graduation.”
UNM Anderson will celebrate this year’s honorees at a dinner with their families, friends, colleagues and school leadership Feb. 22. Brief videos about each honoree will premiere on Anderson’s YouTube channel and website that evening at 6 p.m.
For more information on Anderson’s Hall of Fame program or to watch the honoree videos, visit Anderson Hall of Fame.