Five Receive 2012 HBS Alumni Achievement Award
The mission of Harvard Business School is to educate leaders who make a difference in the world. Every day more than 75,000 HBS graduates strive to make these words a reality in a wide array of organizations that affect the lives of millions of people around the globe.
Since 1968, with the help of suggestions from alumni, students, faculty, and friends, the School has selected a number of outstanding men and women to receive its most important honor, the Alumni Achievement Award.
Throughout their careers, these distinguished graduates have contributed significantly to their companies and communities while upholding the highest standards and values in everything they do. As such, they represent the best in our alumni body. Exemplary role models, they inspire all those who aspire to have an impact on both business and society.
The 2012 award recipients are:
Cynthia Carroll, MBA 1989
Chief Executive, Anglo American plc
Franklin P. “Pitch” Johnson Jr., MBA 1952
Founding Partner, Asset Management Company
Hiroshi Mikitani, MBA 1993
Chairman and CEO, Rakuten, Inc.
E. Roe Stamps IV, MBA 1974
Founding Managing Partner, Summit Partners
Andrew H. Tisch, MBA 1977
Co-Chairman, Loews Corporation