Growing a BusinessGAMBIER, Ohio (January 13, 2011)
Lori Alf '88 returns to Kenyon on Tuesday on the wings of success.
Alf helped build National Air Cargo of Orchard Park, New York, into a successful transportation business that coordinates the delivery of medical supplies, military equipment, and other freight for the U.S. Air Force and founded Tracking Innovations, a Buffalo, New York, company that designs, manufactures, and distributes radio-frequency identification solutions for global shipping. She also founded the Palm Beach Ice Works, an ice-skating facility and training center in West Palm Beach, Florida.
She will discuss "What do you want to be when you grow up?" at 11:10 a.m. at the Olin Auditorium. Her appearance is part of the Burton D. Morgan Foundation Lectureship Series.
Alf is a board member for National Air Cargo Holding and was vice president for sales at National Air Cargo, where she worked from 1991 to 2005. Alf was responsible for all revenue generation and corporate growth. She founded Tracking Innovations and the Palm Beach Ice Works in 2008 and is the chief executive officer at both companies.
The Burton D. Morgan Foundation is based in Hudson, Ohio, and is dedicated to encouraging the free enterprise system. The foundation supports a series of lectures at Kenyon during the academic year.