Walker School Alumni Huonker and Mazzarella Inducted into Delta Mu Delta

| May 30, 2013

George Herbert Walker, left, with honorees Kathleen Mazzarella and Donald Hounker

The George Herbert Walker School of Business & Technology  honors two executives with St. Louis ties who earned their MBA degrees at Webster University.

Kathleen Mazzarella MBA ’02, chairman, president, CEO of Graybar Electric, and Don Huonker MBA ’00, senior vice president, Global Projects at Walgreens, were inducted into the Delta Mu Delta International Honor Society.

Mazzarella is one of 19 female CEOs of Fortune 500 companies nationwide and the only one in the St. Louis area.

“I am humbled and grateful to be inducted into the Delta Mu Delta International Honor Society of Business at Webster University,” said Mazzarella. “Delta Mu Delta recognizes the power of business to make a positive impact, not only for customers, employees and shareholders, but also by strengthening the economy and contributing to the communities where we live and work.¬† It is truly an honor to be part of this organization and what it represents.”

Huonker is charged with leading the international efforts of Walgreens, a Fortune 500 company. “Being inducted into the Delta Mu Delta International Honor Society of Business at the school where I received my MBA is a tremendous honor,” Hounker said. “I also feel fortunate to work for a company like Walgreens, which recognizes the power, the need and the importance of being relevant to the local communities where it operates. Those are among the same values that Delta Mu Delta promotes in the business world toward the goal of developing stronger communities.”

Read more at webster.edu/news and events.


Category: Advancement, Alumni

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