Aaron C. Lupuloff is passionate about improving our students achievements and creating the leaders for tomorrow. He is also the Senior Executive Director for the Gwinnett County Public Schools Foundation. The overall focus of this foundation is to ensure that their students succeed, they fund scholarships, support both learning and teaching, innovate, and develop leadership. according to Aaron Lupuloff, the foundation not only encourages and educates, but also embraces, embolizes, excites, and empowers all of the students and teachers. The foundation is also able to help out where ever it is needed most. The foundation is continuously striving to grow as a whole to continue reaching teachers and students everywhere.
Aaron Lupuloff is a long time community advocate and he also helps with the formation of Norcross High School Foundation. This is amazing since he is a Norcross Native. His service with the NHS Foundation includes things like booster club officer and a member for several sports and clubs. The foundations also supports the arts and academics as an instant help to both their students and teachers for nearly 20 years. Aaron Lupuloff and his wife were brought into the NHS Foundation Hall of Fame back in 2011.
According to youngupstarts.com, along with all of this, Aaron Lupuloff is a past board member and founder of the Georgia Tech Parents Advisory Board. Both he and his wife are also serving on the University of Georgia Student Affairs Advisory Board and endow three different scholarships to University of Georgia’s Disability Resources Center for Students currently. They are also very active supporters of things like the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, Partners Against Domestic Violence, and Camp Twin Lakes.
Other than all of the things he does to improve the community that he serves, Aaron has spent the better part of 2 decades as Senor Managing Director for Bear Stearns JP Morgan and Managing Director with Raymond James. Most recently he was helping with growing a fixed income group at Fifth Third. He has also obtained a bachelor’s degree in the world of business administration from the University of Alabama and has been working in finance since 1982. To see more about Lupuloff you can visit rocketreach.co
Aaron Lupuloff, executive director of the Gwinnett County Public Schools Foundation, discusses the organization during an interview at the Corky Kell Classic.
Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of the American Institute of Architects, Robert Ivy, was awarded the Noel Polk Lifetime Achievement Award by the Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters.
The Polk Award, given to individuals with ties to the Mississippi area for notable and exceptional careers in the arts, has been awarded to luminaries such as Pulitzer Prize winning novelist Eudora Welty in 2001, late historian Shelby Foote in 2004 and Academy Award winning actor Morgan Freeman in 2007. Ivy will be the first architect ever to receive the award.
President of the MIAL Nancy LaForge in a statement praised Ivy for “making architecture more accessible to the general public”, while President of AIA Carl Elefante congratulated Ivy, calling him a “worthy ambassador for our profession” and describing the honor as a “crowning personal and professional achievement for him as a native of Mississippi”.
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Robert Ivy is the holder of a Bachelor of Arts in English from Sewanee: The University of the South, as well as a Masters of Architecture from Tulane University. He launched an editorial career in 1996 as Editor in Chief of Architectural Record before becoming Vice President and Executive Director at the construction media arm of McGraw-Hill Education.
Named CEO of the AIA in 2011, Ivy has made it a priority to transform the institute into a technologically forward-thinking organization, while also increasing its public awareness to the benefit of its more than 90,000 members – the highest level of membership in the institute’s 160-year history.
The American Institute of Architects was founded in 1857 by a group of thirteen New York architects, with the intent of forming an organization dedicated to the promotion of architecture in the public sphere. Today, the institute is headquartered in Washington, D.C., while also boasting 260 chapters and over 90,000 members across the globe and continuing to undertake public health and government advocacy in pursuance of its founding objective.
Learn more about Robert Ivy: http://www.architectmagazine.com/awards/robert-ivy-receives-noel-polk-lifetime-achievement-award_o