IGHL's "American Business Leadership Committee & Honorees" Announced

Mar 29, 2011, 11:04 ET from IGHL Foundation

MANORVILLE, N.Y., March 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Independent Group Home Living (IGHL) (www.ighl.org), one of the largest not-for-profit organizations in New York state, named several business leaders on Long Island as honorees who will be recognized at the IGHL annual spring gala to be held on Thursday evening, May 12th at Flowerfield, an estate in St. James on the North Shore of Long Island.

Robert Isaksen, Sr. Commercial Products Manager, Bank of America

Robert Wild, Founding Partner and Chairman, Garfunkel Wild, P.C.

Christine Sheahan, Publisher & CEO, Networking Magazine

Craig Marino, President, Cleanfully Yours Building Maintenance

Tariq Khan, President, 7 Eleven Owners Association

Sharon Bush, Philanthropist

Julie McCann, 1-800Flowers

David Polen, CEO & CIO, Polen Capitol Management

Kevin Law, President, Long Island Association

Thomas Curtis, Branch Manager of Dawson James Securities' Baltimore, MD office, has been named Chairperson of the "American Business Leadership Committee" to help spearhead fundraising efforts on behalf of the IGHL Foundation.

Walter Stockton, IGHL's Chief Executive and Co-Founder, stated: "IGHL is excited to honor a number of successful Long Island business entrepreneurs at our May 12th spring gala. They represent a cross section of business experience and expertise and we are delighted to have them part of the IGHL family!"  

U.S. Congressman Peter King, on behalf of The National Small Public Company Leadership Council, has been invited to present the "Outstanding Leader of America's Small Public Company Industry' award to Konrad 'Konnie' Kuhn.

Kuhn, a leading analyst, is Editor and Publisher of The KonLin Letter, a subscriber-based monthly that has been published by KonLin Research & Analysis Corp. for nearly 30 years. He is also Co-Founder and Chairperson of IGHL. The Washington, D.C./West Palm Beach, FL-based Leadership Council works to educate and inform the White House, U.S. Congress and federal agencies about issues impacting the nation's small publicly-traded companies.

Contact: Frank Lombardi, Director, IGHL Foundation: 631-878-8900 or by e-mail; flombardi@ighl.org

SOURCE IGHL Foundation