Five Department of Criminology graduates have been selected to receive USF Fast 56 awards, which recognize the fastest growing USF alumni-owned or led businesses. AspirEDU, Inc. President/CEO Kimberley Munzo ('99) and Black Digital CEO Mike Utaegbulam ('11) are among the recipients. Florida Berry Wines Inc President Clarence J Keel IV ('05), Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas & West Pasco Counties President & CEO Michael E. Sutton ('03), and Pipas Law Group owner Christian Pipas ('07) will also be honored at the upcoming ceremony on Friday, Sept. 8. Tickets and more information are available here.
Criminology alumni honored as USF Fast 56 recipients
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