Previous Honorees

2022 Outstanding Hall of Fame Honorees

The Anderson Hall of Fame celebrates extraordinary alumni who have achieved professional success, made significant contributions to their community and serve as role models to those who come after them.

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The 33rd Anderson Hall of Fame highlighted the amazing contributions of our alumni to industry, our donors to scholarships, and the entire community it takes to uphold the standards, goals and vision of Anderson.

The inductees were honored within four major themes throughout the year, culminating in an end-of-year celebration for all:

Lifetime Leadership
Young Alumni
Diversity in Business
Innovation and Entrepreneurship

The 33rd Honorees

Hall of Fame candidates are selected for their professional success, their contribution to the community, and their ongoing commitment to education. Anderson’s 33rd Hall of Fame honorees are:

D. Brett Newberry

D. Brett Newberry, CFE, CPA, ’81

President and Shareholder, Newberry & Associates

Paula Getz

Paula Getz, ’83

Development Director, NM NEW

Ale Veltmann

Ale Veltmann, ’92

Founder and CEO, ESG Lynk

Andy Lim

Andy Lim, ’04

Founder and CEO, AddMi, Inc.

Brett Newberry's Hall of Fame Induction

Paula Getz's Hall of Fame Induction

Ale Veltmann's Hall of Fame Induction

Andy Lim's Hall of Fame Induction

Young Alumni

Young Alumni awards recognize Anderson graduates under the age of 40 who are impacting their communities and are making great strides in their professional careers. The 33rd Hall of Fame Young Alumni Award recipients are:

Alicia Ortega

Alicia Ortega, ’10 and ’12

Co-director and Co-founder, Native Women Lead

Simon Goldfine

Simon Goldfine, ’03 and ’04

Majority Owner and President, Sierra Peaks Corporation

Alicia Ortega's Hall of Fame Induction

Simon Goldfine's Hall of Fame Induction