Celebrating the achievements of the college's most prestigious influencers and beloved
The Hall of Fame Awards Ceremony
The Satish & Yasmin Gupta Hall of Fame is celebrated each year with an evening of
reconnecting, embracing and reminiscing for the inductees. Each inductee is presented
with an award to demonstrate our ongoing commitment to celebrate the many accomplishments
of our alumni and supporters.
The ceremony is a place for friends, family and colleagues to celebrate the accomplishments
of the award recipients.
2020 Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business Hall of Fame Inductees
Gail Warrior Suchy, MBA '99
CEO at CASPR Group
Gail Warrior Suchy is a Dallas public figure, an accomplished Senior Executive, Entrepreneur,
Thought Leader, Certified Executive Life Coach, Fitness Enthusiast, and Board Member
with more than 25 years of success in the health and wellness, executive coaching,
construction, and oil industries. Currently, Gail is CEO of CASPR Group, which offers
indoor surface and air purification solutions that eliminate pathogens such as mold,
bacteria and other infection causing agents such as MRSA, C- diff, etc. from commercial
environments. Founder and leader of the Warrior Group (1997), a commercial general
contracting firm, she has started many programs as a part of her company, such as
Warrior360Way and Warrior Elements. Warrior360Way is a program looking to help guide,
educate, and inform people in their journey to a healthy life. In addition, Warrior
Elements is a lifestyle company that sells athleisure wear in a combined effort with
Warrior360Way to help busy women aspire to greatness in every aspect of their lives.
Warrior is a leader both in and out of the Dallas community, particularly for women.
She speaks for community organizations and events that are commonly held as motivational
talks for women who aspire to thrive in the business world. She is one of the largest
woman/minority owned contractors in the US and one of the leading experts in the US
in permanent modular construction. Warrior stays connected with the University of
Dallas community, where she received an MBA as the graduating class of 1999. She moderated
the 2019 Fall Women in Business Leadership Panel, focused on motivating and advising
women of the UD business community.
Michael Stedman Wyatt, MBA '91
Executive Managing Director, Cushman & Wakefield
Michael Stedman Wyatt is a prominent figure in Commercial Real Estate in Dallas, successfully
working at Cushman & Wakefield a Global Real Estate Firm working as an executive managing
director completing deals with a value of over $6.7 billion during his career. He
has taken active board and participatory roles with the University of Dallas, Klyde
Warren Park, Texas State Fair Livestock Auction and Scholarship Committee, S.M. Wright
Christmas in the Park and Preservation Dallas. He is also active in the promotion
of the Trinity River’s conservation and founded the Urban Armadillos, an organization
supporting Preservation Dallas and created the first walking trail mobile app highlighting
our CBD districts most prominent points of interest. Between 1994 and 2010 Mr. Wyatt
started TEAMNUTS, a male cancer advocacy organization, that raised over $1.5 million
for the Lance Armstrong Foundation. Mr. Wyatt attended Washington & Lee University
and graduated from the University of Dallas with an MBA in 1991. In 2007, he was the
recipient of the UD Distinguished Alumni Award.
John Zogg, MBA '92
Managing Director, Asset Management at Crescent Real Estate Equities LLC
John L. Zogg, Jr. serves as Managing Director, Asset Management for Crescent Real
Estate LLC, overseeing leasing and asset management in Crescent’s office markets and
managing the leasing efforts of 4.5 million square feet located in Texas and Colorado.
Mr. Zogg is a founding board member and visionary of Klyde Warren Park and served
on the boards of various local civic organizations including Executive Committees
of Uptown Public Improvement District, Woodall Rodgers Park Foundation, Downtown Dallas
and The Rise School of Dallas. He also was a member of The Dallas Assembly, Urban
Land Institute, City Center Tax Incentive Finance District, as well as the Downtown
Connection Tax Incentive Finance District.
In 2016 John spoke as a part of a TIE: Real Estate lecture series at the University
of Dallas in front of several UD and Gupta College of Business School students.