HB Construction CFO inducted into UNM Anderson School of Management's Hall of Fame
Based on his contributions to the community, professional success and commitment to continuing education, HB Construction Principal and CFO Adam B. Harrington will be inducted into the UNM Anderson School of Management’s Hall of Fame at the award program’s annual banquet March 23, 2012.
“Adam’s personal integrity and success is an inspiration to current and future generations and should be celebrated by his Alma Mater,” said Ben Miller, chair of the Anderson Foundation Advancement Committee.
Each year the annual awards program recognizes distinguished UNM Anderson School of Management alumni, faculty and community leaders who exemplify excellence in professional business management. Harrington’s induction into the Hall of Fame will make him one of only 67 other Anderson School of Management graduates to receive the award in the program’s soon-to-be 23 year history.
Harrington will be inducted in the Young Alumni category of the Hall of Fame, a category which is reserved for Anderson School of Management alumni who are currently under the age of 40. The program’s other categories include: inductee, distinguished service and faculty community leadership.
An induction ceremony for the honorees will be held Friday, March 23, 2012 at the Embassy Suites Hotel. The theme for the 2012 Hall of Fame Awards Ceremony is, “Change Agent - Mission : Possible” and will feature FBI Agent Darrin Jones as a guest speaker.
Actively involved in a number of community organizations, Harrington currently serves as Board President for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central New Mexico, the Vice-President of Finance for the Lobo Club and is an active member of the United Way de Touqueville Society. Harrington also recently helped found the HB Construction Endowment, an endowment which will help fund a variety of non-profit organizations throughout the community.
Along with his induction into the Hall of Fame, Harrington was also recently recognized as one of New Mexico Business Weekly’s 40 Under Forty, based on his professional achievement, leadership and community involvement.