Sloans Honor Hyler, Wong

Sloan alumni recognized for their service to current students.

October 01, 2006

Sheryl Root Hyler, MS ‘93, and Stephen Wong, MS ‘99, have been recognized with Distinguished Sloan Alumni Service Awards for 2006. The honors, recognizing the winners’ ongoing support for the program, were presented at the Sloan Advisory Board meeting on October 13.

Hyler has served on the Sloan Advisory Board. She and her husband, Bud, MBA ‘72, host a welcome reception for incoming Sloan fellows each year and provide a variety of welcoming and supportive activities. Hyler, who spent much of her career with Hewlett-Packard Co., has founded a consulting company called Root Analysis and teaches at Carnegie Mellon West as a consulting professor.

Wong also has been a member of the Sloan Board for years and serves as a prime point of contact between the program and leaders in Hong Kong and China, facilitating class visits to those destinations. During the most recent visit, in June, Wong arranged meetings and hosted a reception. He is managing director of Edward Wong Development Co., where he is responsible for strategic planning, finance, and operation of real estate activities, and other global investments. He played an important role in the Xindiandi redevelopment project in Shanghai’s city center.

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