Hall of Fame Inductees
Robert Carr *
Anderson BBA, 1969
Bob Carr, who passed away in November 2000, was the Audit and Review Director for global consumer business at Citigroup in New York, having direct responsibility for North American, European, Latin American and Asian consumer assessments. He was also responsible for Travelers Insurance, Primerica Financial Services and CitiFinancial abroad. Carr had been with Citibank for 19 years in various positions. Prior to Citibank, he had been with Ford Motor Company for 12 years in Ford’s Financial Services Subsidiary. Carr’s commitment to The Anderson Schools included his membership in the National Advisory Board since its inception in 1992. He received his BBA from the The Anderson Schools in 1969.
Anderson BBA, 1980
Anderson MBA, 1986
Maria Griego-Raby is the majority owner of Contract Associates, Inc., an Albuquerque-based commercial and office furniture company. Griego-Raby has been involved nationally with the Haworth product line Dealer’s Council, traveling to Europe in 1995 as part of the manufacturer’s recognition of the top furniture dealers in the country. She was named one of the top 25 women-owned businesses in New Mexico, was recognized as the Rio Grande Minority Purchasing Council’s Minority Supplier of the Year, named the Los Alamos National Labs Overall Best Just in Time Vendor and received the U.S. Small Business Administrations Administrator’s Award for Excellence. Griego-Raby has been very active in the Albuquerque community and has served on numerous community boards, including the Anderson Schools of Management Foundation Board, and is the immediate past president of the UNM Alumni Association Board of Directors. She holds two degrees from The Anderson Schools of Management, a 1980 BBA and a 1986 MBA.
Anderson BBA, 1965
William Riordan has had a very distinguished legal career in New Mexico. He began his legal practice in 1968 as a Legal Aid Society Attorney and has served as Assistant Attorney General, Assistant District Attorney, and as an attorney in private practice. On the bench, he has served as Children’s Court Judge, District Court Judge, as a Supreme Court Justice, and as Chief Justice of the New Mexico Supreme Court. Riordan has also served as Secretary of Corrections for New Mexico and as Independent Counsel for the City of Albuquerque. He has served on numerous committees and boards including the New Mexico Judicial Standards Committee, the New Mexico Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, the Supreme Court Committee for Revision of New Mexico Code of Judicial Conduct and many more. Riordan received his BBA from The Anderson Schools in 1965 and his JD from UNM in 1968.
Faculty Community Leadership Award
- Dr. Suleiman Kassicieh