Monterey Peninsula College and the Monterey Peninsula College Foundation have announced that John Mahoney will be the recipient of the 2013 President’s Award.
The President’s Award is presented annually to a community leader who has made significant contributions to the Monterey Peninsula in general and the college in particular.
According to his bio on Mahoney & Associates Commercial Real Estate, Mahoney has been a real estate broker for forty years, specializing in commercial investments. During his tenure he has completed transactions with an aggregate value in excess of $1.5 billion. He has been very active in the local community, including United Way, All Saints Episcopal Day School, past president of the Monterey Rotary Club, and currently serves on the board of the Monterey Peninsula College Foundation.
The award will be presented at the 7th Annual President’s Address to the Community on
May 3 at the Monterey Conference Center. The program will also include an address by MPC President Walter Tribley on the state of the college.
Past President’s Award recipients are Bert Cutino in 2007, Peggy Bates in 2008, Sherman Smith in
2009, Jim Tunney in 2010, Peggy Downes Baskin in 2011, and Kip and Jay Hudson in 2012.
The annual selection is made by the college president on recommendation of a group of Monterey
Peninsula College and MPC Foundation leaders and past honorees.