It's no secret that Bradley alumni are doing great things in the world. Just look at the three who joined nearly 200 members of the Centurion Society on Founder’s Day: one of the 50 most influential people in philanthropy, the law-enforcement officer who took down drug lord “El Chapo” and an exec who's created the supply chain for two sudsy beverages.
Michele L. Sullivan ’87 MBA ’89
As director of corporate social innovation and president of the Caterpillar Foundation at Caterpillar Inc., Sullivan is an inspiring leader at the forefront of the global philanthropic movement.
“There are three things no one can take away from you: your dreams, your education and knowledge, and your relationships.”
Jack Riley ’80
Riley is a retired deputy administrator for the DEA. He led the search for major drug lords, including the notorious Joaquin Guzman Loera, better known as “El Chapo.”
“My career was all about doing the right thing for the American people but also to represent this university.”
Celso L. White ’84
Global chief supply chain officer for Molson Coors Brewing, White joins his sister, Nuria White Fernandez ’82, in the Centurion Society.
“Take full advantage of this microcosm of the world … that diversity is only going to help you, as it helped me, in my life and in my career.”
D. Antonio Cantù, professor of education
Joseph Chen, Caterpillar professor of industrial and manufacturing engineering and technology
William Bailey, assistant professor of accounting
John Nielsen, assistant professor of history
Alison Morrissey, associate vice president for advancement
Michele L. Sullivan ’87 MBA ’89, president, Caterpillar Foundation
David DeFreitas ’87, controller — Americas, Caterpillar Financial Services Ltd.
Florence Ann Romano ’08, owner/CEO, Original Six Media