Junior Achievement names award winners
Junior Achievement honored David Caliguiri of The Caliguiri Group at its 25th annual Spirit of Enterprise Dinner & Awards Ceremony Thursday at the Westin Convention Center Hotel.
Caliguiri, whose consulting firm specializes in public affairs and strategic communications, received an award in the Distinguished Alumni of the Year category. Range Resources is the Impact Company of the Year.
Other awards: Dawn Fuchs of Weavertown Environmental Group, Entrepreneurial Achievement Award; Louis Testoni, retired from PricewaterhouseCoopers, Business Hall of Fame Laureate; and David Malone of Gateway Financial Group, Fred Rogers Good Neighbor Award.
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