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Ivey Dean to be inducted into business hall of fame

April 16th, 2012 by Public Affairs

Carol Stephenson and Paul Cocker at the London & District Business Hall of Fame gallery at the downtown London Public LibraryIvey Dean Carol Stephenson was one of two business leaders named today to be inducted into the 2012 Junior Achievement London and District Business Hall of Fame.

Stephenson and Paul Cocker, President and CEO of McKay-Cocker Construction Limited, will be honoured for their contributions to business, entrepreneurship and philanthropy at the 22nd Annual London and District Business Hall of Fame Induction Gala Dinner on October 25 at the London Convention Centre.

Citing her history in the London area, including nine years as Dean of the Richard Ivey School of Business, Stephenson said London is close to her heart and it’s an honour to be among the London-area business leaders who are previous inductees.

“It is a real privilege to be recognized by Junior Achievement and the London Business Hall of Fame,” said Stephenson. “London is truly a city and region which embraces an entrepreneurial spirit, and I’m humbled to be mentioned in the same breath as the past inductees.”

The gala dinner will showcase the achievements of the inductees.

For more information on the gala event  or past laureates, please see Junior Achievement London and District’s website or read the London Free Press article.

 

Photo below: Ivey Dean Carol Stephenson and Paul Cocker, President and CEO of McKay-Cocker Construction Limited, at the London & District Business Hall of Fame Gallery at the downtown London Public Library

 

Photo: Carol Stephenson and Paul Cocker at the London & District Business Hall of Fame Gallery at the downtown London Public Library


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