Dr. Donald B. Anthony
Class of 1970
The University of Toledo
BS Chemical Engineering
  Henio Arcangeli, Jr.
Class of 1986
Kettering University
Mechanical Engineering
  Paul J. Bascobert
Class of 1987
Kettering University
Electrical Engineering
  Supan Boonsuya
Class of 1999
Suranaree University of Technology
BS Electrical Engineering
  John Butler
Class of 2003
Lane Community College
AAOT (Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer)
  Abid Butt
Class of 1984
Johnson & Wales University
M.B.A., Hotel Restaurant Institutional
Management
 
                         
  Nominated by
Dr. Lloyd A. Jacobs, President
The University of Toledo

Dr. Donald Anthony is Chief Technology Officer at GreatPoint Energy. He completed his experiential learning assignments with Owens-Illinois. Dr. Anthony earned a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Toledo and his S.M. and Sc.D. from MIT. Prior to joining GreatPoint Energy, Dr. Anthony served as President and Executive Director of the Council for Chemical Research. Previously, Dr. Anthony served as President, CEO and Director of NineSigma, President and COO of ABB, and held a number of management positions at Bechtel, including Vice President of Petroleum and Chemicals Technology; Vice President of Asia Pacific Operations and Vice President of Worldwide Refining.
  Nominated by
Dr. Robert K. McMahan, President
Kettering University

Henio Arcangeli, Jr., is a leader in the motorsports industry and been President of the Motorsports Group Company for Yamaha Motor Corporation, USA, since 2007. During his two-decade career, Henio has demonstrated leadership with several world-class technology and consumer products companies. His national board service includes the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), the Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) and the National Science Technology Education Partnership (NSTEP). He is member of Kettering University’s Board of Trustees.
  Nominated by
Dr. Robert K. McMahan, President
Kettering University

Paul J. Bascobert is President of Bloomberg Businessweek and head of business operations for the Bloomberg Media Group. He is responsible for strategy, revenue growth and business execution for Businessweek and Markets magazines, Bloomberg Television, Radio, Mobile, Bloomberg.com, Businessweek.com web properties. Prior to joining Bloomberg, Bascobert was chief marketing officer and SVP of operations for Dow Jones & Company, a division of News Corporation. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Kettering University and an MBA in Finance from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
  Nominated by
Prof. Dr. Prasat Suebka, Rector
Suranaree University of Technology

Mr. Supan Boonsuya graduated with a bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering from Suranaree University of Technology (SUT) in 1999. He participated in the co-operative education work placement program in the accelerator division at the National Synchrotron Research Center (NSRC). In 2001, he joined Synchrotron Light Research Institute (SLRI) as an engineer. With over 7 years experience in synchrotron radiation machine, he shows his excellent career performances. He was promoted to the Head of Engineering Development Section in 2007, and he is currently serving as a Head of Source Utility Maintenance and Operation Section of SLRI.
  Nominated by
President Mary Spilde
Lane Community College

John Butler is the Chief Technology Officer for Space Pencil, a San Francisco software company that provides web analytics for online businesses including Sony, Disney, and Toyota. John began his career earning a transfer degree at Lane studying to become a teacher. At Lane he completed two co-ops, one teaching math at a Japanese language immersion school and the other teaching about the American Revolution through a computer simulation he designed. In addition to his employment at a number of software companies, John web-published a popular children’s picture book about physics and continues to teach technology and science to young students through community programs.
  Nominated by
Chancellor John Bowen
Johnson & Wales University

Abid Butt. M.B.A., ‘84 is vice president of asset management for Host Hotels & Resorts, overseeing more than a dozen properties in the eastern United States. He has opened and managed operations in luxury hotels in Hawaii, Thailand, Canada, Malaysia and the U.S. for Benchmark Hospitality, and Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts, and helped launch two lodging brands: Angsana Hotels & Resorts and Four Points by Sheraton.

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