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GSB Military Appreciation Dinner

Mar 17 2017

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Stanford GSB Veterans Club

The Stanford Graduate School of Business Veterans Club invites you to the

2017 Military Service Appreciation Dinner

Friday, May 12, 2017 - Save the Date
6:00 - 9:30 pm
McCaw Hall
Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center
326 Galvez Street, Stanford, CA

Dear Friends of the GSB,

Please save the date for the Stanford Graduate School of Business 2017 Military Service Appreciation Dinner hosted by the GSB Veterans Club. Registration will open in April. 

The GSB Veterans Club is hosting the dinner to bring together the Stanford community and honor the service and outstanding contributions of our past and present service members. The purpose of this event is to:

  • Recognize and honor the courage, commitment, service, and sacrifice embodied in the world's defense forces.
  • Bring together the Stanford community to celebrate the achievements of military personnel in both the military and civilian contexts.
  • Recognize and award an outstanding individual who has served in the military, has an extraordinary track record of leadership, and is an example of outstanding achievement in business or business education.

The GSB Veterans Club is pleased to announce the 2017 award recipient and dinner honoree, Linda Huber, MBA '86, for her commitment to the Stanford community and especially for her generous support of military veterans at Stanford and the GSB.

photo-Linda Huber, MBA '86

2017 Award Recipient and Dinner Honoree
Linda S. Huber, MBA '86

Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer, Moody’s Corporation

Linda Huber is Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Moody’s Corporation, where she has management responsibility for 3,000 employees and responsibility for the corporation’s global finance activities, information technology, communications and corporate services. She is also the executive sponsor of the Women’s Employee Resource Group and the Veteran’s Employee Resource Group. Prior to Moody’s, Ms. Huber served in senior roles at U.S. Trust Company, Freeman & Co., and PepsiCo. She is a generous benefactor to the Stanford Graduate School of Business, served on the Graduate School of Business Advisory Council from 2008 to 2013, and was an active duty U.S. Army officer from 1980 to 1984, where she attained the rank of Captain and became airborne-qualified. She is a graduate of Lehigh University (1980 BS in business and economics, with high honors) and Stanford Graduate School of Business (1986).

Past Award Recipients
2016 - Timothy P. Sullivan, MBA '89
2015 - Bret Comolli, MBA '89
2014 - Steve Denning, MBA '78
2013 - The Honorable George P. Shultz
2012 - Les Denend, MBA ‘73
2011 - Paul “Bud” Bucha, MBA ‘67
2010 - Professor Charles A. O’Reilly III
2009 - Professor Jack McDonald, MBA ‘62

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