Posts Tagged ‘Awards & Honors’

Elizabeth Killinger (’91)

Elizabeth Killinger , President of Reliant, was selected as an HBJ 2020 Most Admired CEO Awards For-Profit Honoree. She has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Bauer College at UH




Kenneth James Guidry (’77)

The Houston Business Journal has named Kenneth Guidry as its first Most Admired CEO Lifetime Achievement Award recipient. Kenneth is Director and Founding Shareholder at PKF Texas, one of Houston’s largest CPA firms. He holds a BBA in accounting from Bauer College at UH.

Claudia Aguirre (M.Ed ’01)

Claudia Aguirre, President & CEO of BakerRipley, was named as an HBJ 2020 Most Admired CEO Awards Nonprofit Honoree. She holds a Masters degree in Education from UH.

John William Boerstler (M.A. ’13)

John William Boerstler, CEO, Combined Arms, was named as an HBJ 2020 Most Admired CEO Awards Nonprofit Honoree. He holds a Masters degree in Public Administration from UH.

Katherine (Katy) A. Caldwell (’78)

Katherine (Katy) A. Caldwell, CEO  of Legacy Community Health, was named as a 2020 Most Admired CEO Awards Nonprofit Honoree in the Houston Business Journal. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology from UH

Sheila A. Enriquez (J.D. ’08)

Sheila Enriquez, Managing Partner and CEO of Briggs & Veselka Co. was named a For-Profit Honoree in the  HBJ 2020 Most Admired CEO Awards. Sheila earned her J.D. from UH Law Center.

Bruce C. Tough (’76, J.D. ’80)

“Bruce Tough Named Significant Sig by Sigma Chi Fraternity

The Woodlands, Texas (June 2020) – Recently, Bruce Tough received the prestigious Significant Sig award by his fraternity, Sigma Chi, which he belonged to while attending the University of Houston. Mr. Tough was recognized for his incredible success throughout life. His extraordinary achievements placed him in the elite ranks of Sigma Chi’s most accomplished brothers. To learn more about Sigma Chi or Bruce Tough, click on these links and”

Celia Fraser (’14)

 Bauer Alumni Celia Fraser was featured in the Yahoo Finance Top 100 Ethnic Minority Future Leaders

Celia works as a Business Intelligence and Strategy Lead at Capital Group. During her time at UH she was Captain of  women’s tennis team, and lead the team to a school record ranking of #21 in the nation.  (scroll to 94)

Sarah Nguyen (’17)

UH alumna, Sarah Nguyen was featured in the Houston Chronicle as the Realtor of the Week for her work in Fort Bend County. More…

Armando Walle (’04, J.D. ’14)

State Representative Armando Walle has been named Harris County’s chief recovery leader by Judge Lina Hidalgo. More…