Jo Ann Chitty, senior vice president, development, acquisitions, and finance, Selig Enterprises, Inc, receives the 2009 Erwin Zaban Prize for Entrepreneurial Spirit from KSU Foundation Chairman Norman Radow(left) and KSU President Daniel S. Papp

Jo Ann Chitty, senior vice president, development, acquisitions, and finance, Selig Enterprises,…

Georgia (Oct 26, 2009) — Jo Ann Chitty, senior vice president, development, acquisitions, and finance, Selig Enterprises, Inc, receives the 2009 Erwin Zaban Prize for Entrepreneurial Spirit from KSU Foundation Chairman Norman Radow(left) and KSU President Daniel S. Papp


 

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