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Early Career Achievement Award

Starting in 2023, the John Chambers College of Business and Economics at West Virginia University will recognize graduates who have excelled early in their careers with the Early Career Achievement award.

Nominees must meet the following criteria:

  • Be Chambers College alumni
  • Be in their career, either post-bachelors degree or graduate degree
  • Have distinguished themselves by success in business or life at the regional, national, or international level

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  • Alvin Hathaway Jr.

    Vice President of Finance for Embedded Processing, DLP, Foundry Services and Educational Technologies for Texas Instruments;

    2024 Awardee

    Alvin Hathaway Jr. is vice president of finance & controller for embedded processing, DLP, foundry services and educational technology businesses at Texas Instruments in Dallas, TX, leading a team of more than 80 people in the functions of financial planning & analysis, accounting, business planning and business management.

  • Emily Kurzinski

    Go-To-Market & Operations Architecture Lead at VMware by Broadcom

    2024 Awardee

    Emily Kurzinski is a visionary leader for go-to-market and operations strategy at VMware by Broadcom.

  • Victoria Marinucci

    Senior Social Media Content Strategist at Eunina Jeans, and Freelance Content Creator

    2024 Awardee

    Victoria Marinucci is a marketing professional with five-plus years of experience.

  • Christopher Willis

    Chief Human Resource Officer / Director, Human Resources and Marketing

    2024 Awardee

    A native of Independence, West Virginia, Christopher Willis is the chief human resources officer and director of human resources & marketing for the SDI Family of Companies, a global firm providing solutions to the construction, energy, mining, oil & gas, power, and telecommunications industries.