Clifford M. Kendall, MBA, ’65, received the inaugural Tech Council of Maryland Lifetime Achievement Award on Feb. 9, 2011. The award honors business executives who have excelled in their careers and served their communities. Kendall’s involvement with the GW community includes serving as a member of the GW University Board of Trustees, now as an emeritus trustee, serving on the School of Business Board of Advisors, and chairing the fundraising campaign to construct Duquès Hall, home of the GW School of Business. His business experience includes serving as one of the founders and then chairman and CEO of Computer Data Systems, Inc., and positions at Booz, Allen & Hamilton, American University and Washington University in St. Louis.
Posted by gwsb on February 18, 2011 | Filed under: Classnotes.