The National Automatic Merchandising Association has announced the three recipients of their annual scholarship program: Ashilyn Sunderman (Manager, Smith Vending), Jack Brown (President/CEO, Eagle U.S.A.) and Duncan Smith (VP/COO, All Star Services). These recipients are awarded full scholarships and a travel stipend to attend the 2016 NAMA Executive Development Program at Michigan State University from October 23-27. Each scholarship is valued at $3,875.
“We continue to raise the bar with the caliber of candidates that apply for these scholarships,” said Lindsey Nelson, Exec. Director of the NAMA Foundation. “This year, we saw more candidates who were engaged on NAMA committees and special interest groups, as well as in their respective state councils, which really helped the selection committee in choosing among more than a dozen highly-qualified industry leaders. The selection committee is confident that the depth of industry experience exhibited by this year’s recipients will add to the richness and quality of the experience that have become the hallmarks of this highly prestigious program.”
The Executive Development Program is designed for senior leaders in vending or foodservice who are key decision makers in their respective business’ finance, marketing, operations and human resource management (for more information on this high-end training, click here.