Hodges University has announced the recognition of Majani Lullein, Vice-President of Anchorage Productions Media Group Corporation, as its 2013 Founders Award recipient. This honor is presented annually to a Hodges University graduate from Lee County who has provided outstanding and distinguished service to our community. The award will be presented at the Hodges University Fourth Annual Luminary of the Year Award Luncheon on March 28, honoring Fort Myers businessman Sam Galloway, Jr.
In 2000, Majani came to the United States in order to improve her English and expand her knowledge of international business. Majani and her husband established a branch of Anchorage Productions in Lee County.
She enrolled in the English as a Second Language program at Hodges, and after two years of study was able to matriculate to the Legal Studies program where she earned both an Associate and a Bachelor’s degree, graduating cum laude in 2007.
“With my education from Hodges University, I have been able to integrate my academic studies into my professional career,” said Lullein. “It has given me a creative vision and an ability to help my client base reach various markets. I am honored to be recognized by an institution that has done so much for me.”
Majani and her husband Ricardo co-founded Anchorage Productions, which focuses on the advertising and production of television and radio commercials for local, national, and international companies.
Lullein will be honored during the Hodges University Luminary Award luncheon on March 28, 2013, at the Harborside Event Center. The event is sponsored by the John E. and Aliese Price Foundation, Fifth Third Bank, CenturyLink, Lee Memorial Health System, Lee Memorial Foundation and the Bireley Family Foundation.
For more information on ticket reservations or sponsorship opportunities, call Alyssa DeLora at 239-938-7826 or visit www.hodges.edu.