NAPL Honors Wallace Stettinius With Education Leadership Award
Press release from the issuing company
PARAMUS, N.J., JANUARY 22, 2004 – The National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL) will bestow its second Education Leadership Award on industry veteran and educator Wallace Stettinius in recognition of his outstanding contribution to furthering education in the graphic communications industry. Stettinius is a senior executive fellow of the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Business and former chairman of Cadmus Communications Corp., a Richmond, Va.-based graphic communications company, which he now serves as a director.
“Wally’s dedication to graphic communications education has been untiring and has had far-reaching benefits to the companies and employees in our industry,” said Joseph P. Truncale, NAPL president and CEO. “It is my great pleasure to present him with the NAPL Education Leadership Award.”
Stettinius has an extensive track record of leadership in graphic communications and business education, currently serving as a senior executive fellow of the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Business and a lecturer at the University of Virginia’s Darden Graduate School of Business. Since 1995, he has been on the faculty of NAPL’s Management Institute, serving as the lead professor of the MI Strategic Management course.
A respected writer on business issues, Stettinius is the author of several books, including Winning in a Changing Environment, Running in the Black, and Corporate Governance (co-authored).
His numerous industry, business, and service awards include the 1999 NAPL Soderstrom Award, the 2002 Westminster-Caterbury: Lettie Pate Whitehead Evans Award, the 2002 Salvation Army Community Service Award, the 2000 Lifetime Philanthropy Award from Fund Raising Executives; the 1997 Boy Scouts of America Distinguished Citizen Award, and the Darden School Distinguished Alumnus Award.
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