Oct. 25, 2022 (San Diego, CA) — Junior Achievement of San Diego County (JA) today inducted Chairman of the Padres Peter Seidler; San Diego Gas & Electric CEO Caroline Winn; Co-Founders of the Lucky Duck Foundation Stephanie and Pat Kilkenny; and Feeding San Diego CEO Dan Shea into the San Diego Business Hall of Fame at their annual luncheon Tuesday, October 25, 2022 at The Lodge at Torrey Pines.
JA’s Business Hall of Fame was established in 1994 to recognize San Diego’s leaders who have been professionally successful while also continuing to invest in the community through philanthropy, mentorship, innovation, or other creative engagement.
“It’s an honor to celebrate the strong leadership, success in business, and active community involvement of these five stellar individuals who are inspiring our future leaders and welcome them into the San Diego Business Hall of Fame,” said JA San Diego President & CEO Sidd Vivek. “Peter, Caroline, Pat, Stephanie, and Dan, are serving as motivating examples for our children to follow for brighter, more successful futures through their business excellence, aspirational leadership, and innovation with a mindfulness toward community and philanthropy.”
This year’s inductees join an esteemed group of the San Diego Business Hall of Fame’s Lifetime Laureates who exemplify business and philanthropic excellence and, most importantly, serve as role models for our youth. This event connects our present and future leaders together — inspiring both generations of leaders to work toward building a better future.
Several students participating in the JA Fellows program at Lincoln High School attended the event to network with the local business leaders and share their experiences with the Fellows program.
This event was sponsored by Jack in the Box Foundation, PNC Bank, National University, US Bank, and Dentons.