Stillman School of Business


About the Entrepreneur Hall of Fame Dinnerstar

The Center for Entrepreneurial Studies fifth annual Hall of Fame dinner celebrated entrepreneurship throughout New Jersey. The event took place on Wednesday, September 22 and honored George Ring ’65/M.B.A. ’71 and Salvatore Cocco Jr. ’77.
For this fifth anniversary of the dinner, we also presented special recognition honoree awards to Karen Boroff, Ph.D.; Tom Basilo ’71, CPA; and Susan Scherreik, M.B.A.
 
 
George Ring '65/M.B.A. '71
George Ring

President and CEO
Wireless Cable International Inc.
Currently president and CEO of Wireless Cable International Inc., few have served and contributed to the betterment of Seton Hall University over the years more so than George Ring.  
  
Salvatore Cocco Jr. '77
Salvatore Cocco, Jr.

Financial Consultant
AXA Advisors, LLC
Currently a financial consultant at AXA Advisors, LLC, Salvatore Cocco Jr. has immersed himself in the financial industry for more than 30 years, including serving as chairman for a Nutley-based bank he helped form.

Special Recognition Honorees

Congratulations to Karen Boroff, Tom Basilo and Susan Scherreik as Special Recognition Honorees for their contributions to the advancement of entrepreneurship at Seton Hall University.  View Video


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