Attapol Kaithong   D. Kimo Kippen   Markus Kollegger   Clark Lawrence   Kathleen MacNeil   Nancy Mair  
                         
  Class of 2013 Sripatum University Bachelor of Communication Arts, Broadcasting   Class of 1993 Rochester Institute of Technology Master of Science, Career and Human Resource Development   Class of 2012 University of Applied Sciences JOANNEUM Dipl.-Ing. (approx. equivalent to a MSc.), Engineering   Class of 2003 University of Victoria Bachelor of Commerce, Concentration in Entrepreneurship   Class of 1983 Wentworth Institute of Technology Bachelor of Science, Architectural Engineering   Class of 1992 Drexel University BS, Design & Merchandising, Westphal College of Media Arts and Design  
                         
  NOMINATED BY
Asst.Prof.Dr.Wirat Lertpaitoonpan Vice President Sripatum University
  NOMINATED BY
Dr. David Munson Jr. President Rochester Institute of Technology
  NOMINATED BY
Dr. Georg Wagner Head of Degree Program, Engineering and Production Management University of Applied Sciences JOANNEUM
  NOMINATED BY
Dr. Norah McRae Executive Director of Co-operative Education Program and Career Services University of Victoria
  NOMINATED BY
Dr. Zorica Pantić President Wentworth Institute of Technology
  NOMINATED BY
President John A. Fry Drexel University
 
                         
  Attapol Kaithong started working as a creative staff with the famous on-line influencer “Bee The Ska”, who has owned the Youtube with no.1 subscribers in South East Asia. He then created his own Facebook Fanpage “KorbSanam” in 2015. This brought the fresh presentation and profound change in the football circles using the raw and straightforward words which really hit the younger people. His page made a million ‘Like’ within only 3 months. He also made further cooperation with the former Thai National Football team manager in 2017 which becomes one of the most online searched content football page in Thailand.   Kimo Kippen, President of Aloha Learning Advisors, is an advocate for life-long learning and talent development. As former Chief Learning Officer at Hilton he was recognized Chief Learning Officer of the year - 2015. Kimo is a board member of the Council for Adult & Experiential Learning, and the Defense Acquisition University Board of Visitors. He is chairman of the board for the Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund, serves as advisor to Study.com, and is program director for The Conference Board Talent & Organizational Development Executive Council. He is also Lead Facilitator for iVentiv HR Executive learning events.   Since graduating in 2012 with an engineering degree, Markus has showed success in immersing himself in new challenges. He’s currently employed at Steyr Motors in Austria as Head of Production where his duties include the parallel launches of 4 different products as well as to execute the change from a prototype handcraft supplier to a serial manufacturer, including output improvements up to 100% per year. In addition to his studies and work experience, Markus’ time as an exchange student in Melbourne at Victoria University with a focus on management prepared him for his role at his present company.   Clark started with Collins Barrow Victoria Ltd. Chartered Professional Accountants in 2003 as a UVic business co-op student, following two earlier co-op work terms in UVic’s Internal Audit office. He worked to earn his Chartered Accountant designation in 2007, then continued on to become a Principal of the firm in 2014. Clark provides Canadian accounting, tax, audit and business advisory services to a wide variety of clients. He also serves as Treasurer for both the Victoria Hospice Society and Victoria Hospice and Palliative Care Foundation and is a proud Rotarian with the Rotary Club of Victoria, BC.   Kathleen MacNeil is a principal at MP Boston, an urban real estate development firm. Her work primarily has included complex projects, most recently including the redevelopment of the Filene’s department store into a 1.4-million-square-foot mixed use Millennium Tower/Burnham Building. She is now permitting another nearly 700-foot skyscraper, Winthrop Square. Kathleen is a LEED-accredited professional and has her Massachusetts Construction Supervisor’s License and earned a Master of Science in Real Estate Development from MIT Center for Real Estate. She serves as president of the Board of Directors for Historic Boston, Inc. and as a corporator for Wentworth Institute of Technology, and is the recipient of the BSA 2016 Women in Design Award of Excellence.   Ms. Mair is the Senior Vice President and General Merchandise Manager of Coats, Beauty, Jewelry and Accessories at Burlington Stores, Inc. Her co-op job at Burlington Coat Factory established her successful 26 year career there, getting first-hand experience about what she wanted to do. After graduation, she was hired as an assistant buyer in moderate sportswear, getting promoted to her first buying job in Intimate Apparel within six months. She continued to take on additional responsibilities, promoted to Vice President in 1999. In 2010, she was promoted to Senior Vice President, adding the Shoe division and junior apparel to her responsibilities. In 2012, she was made General Merchandise Manager of ladies apparel and is now currently in her new role. In addition to her co-op at Burlington, she completed a co-op at Kids “R” Us.