BEAC Chair Earns WKU Volunteer Honors
|Date: Monday, October 28th, 2013||Return to Archive|
Rick Wilson, the Chair of the Business Executive Advisory Council for the Gordon Ford College of Business, was recognized on Thursday, October 24 as one of the university's top volunteers during the annual Summit Awards.
Wilson was awarded one of three Distinguished Service Medals for his years of service to the Gordon Ford College of Business and WKU as a whole.
Wilson, who serves as Area Executive for BB&T in Bowling Green, also sits on the board of the Kentucky Transpark, the Bowling Green Area Economic Development Authority, the WKU Board of Advisors, and the Bowling Green/Warren County Community Foundation.
He resides in Bowling Green with his wife, Teresa, and their children Amanda and Neal.
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