Group portrait of Natalie Adomait, Tuhin Das, Phillip Taylor, Dana Brown.

2019 Sprott Alumni Award Recipients: (From left to right) Natalie Adomait, BIB/11; Tuhin Das, BIB/09; Philip Taylor, BCom/78; Dana Brown, Sprott dean

On November 25, Carleton Univeristy’s Sprott School of Business recognized three alumni for the exceptional impact they have made on business and their communities. The Sprott School of Business alumni awards were presented Monday evening at the Sprott Business Students’ Society 52nd Annual Business Banquet..

The Sprott School of Business alumni awards celebrate and recognize the extraordinary accomplishments of Carleton Univeristy business graduates. This year’s recipients are:

  • 2019 Early Achievement Award: Natalie Adomait (BIB/11)
  • 2019 Good Business Award: Tuhin Das (BIB/09)
  • 2019 Professional Excellence Award: Philip Taylor (BCom/78)

2019 Early Achievement Award: Natalie Adomait (BIB/11)

The Early Achievement Award recognizes a Carleton University graduate of a bachelor degree in business who has receive their degree within the last 15 years and has achieved significant professional accomplishments since graduation.

Natalie Adomait graduated from Sprott’s Bachelor of International Business only eight years ago, but she has accelerated in her career trajectory and is currently senior vice president of real estate at Brookfield Asset Management. Based in London, U.K., Natalie is responsible for managing over US$19 billion of assets across 12 business lines in Europe.

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2019 Good Business Award: Tuhin Das (BIB/09)

The Good Business Award recognizes a Carleton University graduate of a degree program in business who has made a positive impact in local, regional or global communities through their professional, voluntary or philanthropic endeavours.

Tuhin Das (BIB/09) is passionate about helping those in the communities around him. Over the past decade, he has served close to 10 organizations and made a positive impact in the lives of many, including students, military personnel, cardiovascular medicine patients, women and entrepreneurs from underprivileged communities. He is founder and immediate past president of the Association of Old Crows (Maple Leaf Chapter), a mentor to students through Carleton’s alumni mentors program and a donor to non-profit organization Kiva. He does this all while maintaining a successful career in the high-tech industry.

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2019 Professional Excellence Award: Philip Taylor (BCom/78)

The Professional Excellence Award recognizes a Carleton University graduate of a degree program in business who has demonstrated outstanding achievement in their career or community service.

As the Vice Chairman for Invesco, a $1.5-trillion global asset manager, Philip Taylor, BCom/78, has made a significant impact on the company, its clients and its employees over the past 20 years. One of the most significant impact he made to business was transforming Invesco’s U.S. business line, increasing sales tenfold from $12 billion to $120 billion. Prior to joining Invesco, Philip created and was president of Investors Group Securities, and co-founded and served as managing partner of Meridian Securities International. Throughout his career, Philip and his wife Eli have given back to a number of causes including medicine, education, technology and the arts.

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