Antonio Cué receives Executive of the Year Award from CSDH

Chivas USA investor-operator honored at Cal State Dominguez Hills’ Fourth Annual Awards Luncheo

Antonio Cué speaks at the Fourth Annual CBAPP Awards Luncheon.

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Chivas USA Communications

CARSON, Calif.- Chivas USA investor-operator Antonio Cué received on Thursday the Executive of the Year award from California State University, Dominguez Hills at the Fourth Annual College of Business Administration and Public Policy (CBAPP) Awards Luncheon. 

The awards luncheon acknowledged the important role community and business partners play in strengthening the programs offered through the college, and the successes of its alumni.

“It’s an important award that I’m receiving today,” said Cué, before receiving the award from Dr. Mildred García, California State University, Dominguez Hills President. “I would like to thank my family and my extended family, which is everyone at the Chivas USA organization, who make this a reality, to have this honor, because at the end it’s teamwork that makes companies and makes people achieve goals.”  

“Antonio Cué is a role model to inspire our CBAPP students. His background and experiences show how diversity can contribute to professional success,” stated Dr. Kaye Bragg, Dean of the College of Business Administration and Public Policy.

During the ceremony, Toyota Motor Sales was also recognized as Organization of the Year, as well as Nancy Carlson, chief executive at Providente Little Company of Mary Medical Center San Pedro, who received the Alumna of the Year Award.  

With more than 30 degrees and certifications in such fields as business administration, public administration, and criminal justice, including strong Masters in Public Administration (MPA) and Master in Business Administration (MBA) online programs, CBAPP is one of the largest colleges on the campus of CSU Dominguez Hills. Proceeds from the lunch support student scholarships and school research.