Trinity Hall Co-founder Justin Gmelich Honored at 100th Anniversary Celebration of Villanova School of Business

Trinity Hall congratulates Co-founder Justin Gmelich on being awarded the Reverend Joseph C. Bartley, OSA Alumni Medallion from Villanova University School of Business. On May 4, 2023 Mr. Gmelich received the Bartley Medallion from Villanova President Reverend Peter M. Donohue, OSA, PhD at the 100th Anniversary Celebration of Villanova School of Business. 
Every year, Villanova School of Business awards the Bartley Medallion to an alumnus/a who has distinguished themselves professionally and has shown exceptional dedication of service to their communities and Villanova School of Business. The Bartley Medallion is the highest distinction an alumnus/a can receive from Villanova School of Business. Mr. Gmelich was honored for his esteemed career in finance at King Street, Goldman Sachs, and Saloman Brothers and for his continued service to Villanova Business School. 
Justin Gmelich graduated with a BS from Villanova Business School in 1990 and has been an active member of the Villanova community since graduating. He most recently served as the Chair of the Villanova University Board of Trustees. In 2019, Villanova School of Business unveiled the Victoria and Justin Gmelich Lab for Financial Markets, a financial lab donated by the Gmelichs, fitted with state-of-the-art technology for business students. Along with being a generous donor to Villanova University, Mr. Gmelich is a fierce supporter of the Wildcats and can be found courtside during basketball season. 
Mr. Gmelich was joined by his wife and Trinity Hall Co-founder Victoria Gmelich and their daughter Caroline Gmelich ‘17 at the Mass and celebration of Villanova Business School’s 100th Anniversary when he received the Bartley Medallion. Congratulations to Justin Gmelich on this remarkable achievement! 

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