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Honorees announced for Lindner’s 35th Annual CBAAs

Cincinnati Business Achievement Awards to recognize business success, distinguished service

The University of Cincinnati Carl H. Lindner College of Business and the Lindner College of Business Alumni Council has announced the leaders being celebrated at the 35th annual Cincinnati Business Achievement Awards (CBAAs) on March 5 at JACK Cincinnati Casino.

The CBAAs is Greater Cincinnati’s longest-running event that recognizes achievement in business and in service to communities, both locally and globally, while raising funds for scholarships and financial assistance for Lindner undergraduate and graduate students.

“The Cincinnati Business Achievement Awards showcases the business and service excellence that models UC’s passion for innovation and impact,” said Marianne Lewis, PhD, dean of the Lindner College of Business. “Additionally, it empowers our students — the next generation of business leaders — by connecting them to these extraordinary role models and raising funds for student support.”

CBAA Honorees

Carl H. Lindner Award for Outstanding Business Achievement

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Scott E. Anderson, BBA ’92

Scott E. Anderson, BBA ’92 | President, HBH Holdings, Inc.

What does it mean for you to receive this award?

"I am humbled and proud to receive this award representing UC and Enerfab. There are so many people that have provided me with amazing opportunities throughout my career and this is an awesome way to say, 'Thank You!'"

How has the Lindner College of Business impacted you personally or professionally?

"The UC co-op program got me started in the real world. It is a tremendous program. It attracts top employers and provides students with unique opportunities to gain valuable experience that helps secure employment upon graduation. My career at Enerfab began with an opportunity created by the UC co-op program. The rest was up to me."

Congratulate Scott on LinkedIn.

Distinguished Service Award winners

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Howard Elliott

Howard Elliott | Partner, WEB Ventures, LLC 

Why do you choose to spend time working with the college and our students?

"I learn and grow when I interact with the talented and smart faculty, students and staff of the college. I also strive to help the college develop a stronger relationship with the African American business community in Cincinnati."

Congratulate Howard on LinkedIn.

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Pamela Weber

Pamela Weber | Senior Vice President, PNC Bank

Why do you choose to spend time working with the college?

"It really comes down to two things: community and people. You only have so many hours in a day. If the time I spend doing something doesn’t positively move my community forward or allow me to meet and know people with a vision for making a difference, I move on. Time spent at Lindner does both of those things and more. The energy, ideas and dreams of our students are the lifeblood of our future! If I can be just a little part of what feeds that energy and sparks those ideas and dreams, it’s worth every minute."

Congratulate Pam on LinkedIn.

Business Partnership Award winner

Enerfab

This award will be accepted by, Aaron Landolt, BBA '97 | Chief Executive Officer, Enerfab

PACEsetter Award winners

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Samuel Geroulis, BBA ’12

Samuel Geroulis, BBA ’12 | Owner, SMG Marketing Consultancy LLC

What does it mean to you to receive this award?

"I am deeply honored to be included among an outstanding list of past and present award recipients who have generated a genuine impact on UC students and the city as a whole. Uniting under the strengths of past, present and future members of the UC family is the only way to truly embrace the Boldly Bearcat call-to-action and I am overjoyed to contribute however I am able.

Congratulate Samuel on LinkedIn.

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Edita Dolan-Mayo, BBA ’04

Edita Dolan-Mayo, BBA ’04 | Director Of Marketing & Community Affairs, Powernet Co.

How has the Lindner College of Business impacted you personally or professionally?

"Lindner has supported my growth by strengthening my ability in public speaking. After graduating, Lindner was actually the first place that provided me the opportunity to present to a class. Over time, I began to feel like I was making an impact. I choose to stay engaged as an alumna because I was once in the same shoes as today's students, trying to figure out what to do and how to do it."

Congratulate Edita on LinkedIn.

Learn more about and get to know this year’s CBAA honorees. Student awardees for the Carl H. Lindner Outstanding Junior Scholarship and The Heart of William J. Keating Leadership Award will be announced in February.

Featured image: Nearly 400 of Cincinnati's business leaders and members of the Lindner community attended the 34th Annual Cincinnati Business Achievement Awards in March 2019.

About the 35th Annual Cincinnati Business Achievement Awards

The 35th annual CBAAs will be held on Thursday, March 5, 2020, at JACK Cincinnati Casino,1000 Broadway St., Cincinnati, OH 45202. The opening reception begins at 6 p.m., with reception to follow at 7 p.m. This event is open to the public, but registration is required. Tickets start at $150 per person. Table sponsorships are available until February 10. Learn more.