Five College of Business Administration graduates were honored at the UCF Alumni Association’s Black and Gold gala. Congratulations to:
Stephanie Pataky, ’05 (pictured), and Jennifer C. Hartzler, ’06 and ’07, received the Rising Star Award. Pataky is the district manager of CompuPay, Inc; Hartzler is associate (dispute resolution/international arbitration) at Herbert Smith LLP in London.
Stan Horton, ’73, received the Professional Achievement Award. He is a College of Business Administration Hall of Fame member and president and CEO of Boardline Pipeline Partners.
Karl Hodges, ’82, received the Service to UCF Award for his service on several UCF boards and committees.
Daniel Tosh, ’96, the well-known comedian and host of Comedy Central’s Tosh.0, received the Michelle Akers Award for the global recognition that he brings to UCF.
In addition to the alumni, international business student Melissa Blette, received the Distinguished Student Award.
The Black and Gold gala is held each year during Homecoming Week.