The Latest Thinking from Barbara Hollander Award Recipients

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Continuing in our 30th Anniversary Year series, The Practitioner is pleased to bring you examples of the latest thinking and activities of Barbara Hollander Award recipients. These recipients were all honored for their love of learning and devotion to education in the spirit of the founding president of FFI.


Carmen Bianchi (2012) serves as a GEN (Global Education Network) faculty member and will be participating this month in FFI’s first ever online simultaneous translation of a GEN course into Chinese!

Salo Grabinsky (2005) writes about Gender Equality in Family Businesses in Dinero En Imagen.

Judy Green (2008) reminds us why FFI is really an institute in an article recently published in Tharawat magazine and deconstructs an FBR article in this précis for The Practitioner.

Paul Karofsky (1998) continues his educational bent by serving as the program co-chair for the FFI Miami conference as well as writing for The Practitioner with “An Interview with Mitzi Perdue.”

Kim Schneider Malek (2014) discusses succession, governance, continuity, and family unity in this video. She will also be the guest presenter at the March 24th meeting of the Midwest Chapter as the Joe Henry Family goes on the road!

Greg McCann (2006) will present on “Vertical Leadership in Family Enterprise: Agility, community building and innovation” in Miami this October at the annual FFI global conference.

Kenneth Moores (2015) promotes cross professional learning in his précis for The Practitioner. Go here for his most recent précis.

Pramodita Sharma (2011) is adding to her many accomplishments with an “Honorary Doctor” from Jönköping University, an award she will receive in May. To read her most recent editorial in FBR.

Karen Vinton (1999) continues promoting research findings to practitioners through a series of podcasts with FBR authors. Go here for the 2013 series, here for the 2014 and here for the 2015 podcasts.

For a complete list of Barbara Hollander Award recipients go here.


Carmen Bianchi
Carmen Bianchi Family Business Associates

Salo Grabinsky
Grabinsky, Alvarez & Assoc. SC

Judy Green
The Family Firm Institute

Paul Karofsky
Transition Consulting Group, Ltd

Kim Schneider Malek
Family Enterprise Continuity Alliance

Greg McCann
Stetson University/McCann & Associates

Kenneth Moores
Moores Family Enterprise

Pramodita Sharma
University of Vermont

Karen Vinton