LEADERSHIP AWARDS RECOGNIZE ALUMNUS, STUDENT
BY RICHARD WESTLUND (MBA ’83)

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The School’s Johnson A. Edosomwan Leadership Institute gave its Excellence in Leadership Award to Adam E. Carlin (MBA ’94), senior partner of The Bermont/Carlin Group at Morgan Stanley in Coral Gables. Johnson A. Edosomwan (BSIE ’79, MSIE ’80), whose gift supports the institute, presented the award to Carlin. “It is an honor to receive this award,” said Carlin, who was accompanied by his wife, Shannon, and their twin sons. “I believe leadership is not based on who you are, but on what you do. Anyone who gets up every day and tries to make a difference – at home, at work or in the community – is showing that spirit of leadership.”

With partner Richard B. Bermont, Carlin co-founded the Bermont/Carlin Scholars Program, which supports annual learning trips to Wall Street for School of Business students interested in the investment sector. He also serves on the School’s Board of Overseers and is chairman of Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.

Edosomwan also presented the Student Leadership Award to Samantha Chatkin, a senior with a double major in marketing and legal studies. In accepting the award, Chatkin said, “What I have learned goes well beyond the classroom. I believe that leadership means knowing the people you are serving, understanding their needs and wants, and building a better future for everyone.”

 

Spring 2017
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