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ISU honors Burrows with achievement award

Business college cites organizational leadership skills

Kyle Burrows (left), clinic operations coordinator at Perry Memorial Hospital in Princeton, and Annette Schnabel, president and CEO of Perry, pose for a photo. Burrows was recently honored by the Illinois State University College of Business with an Early Career Achievement Award.
Kyle Burrows (left), clinic operations coordinator at Perry Memorial Hospital in Princeton, and Annette Schnabel, president and CEO of Perry, pose for a photo. Burrows was recently honored by the Illinois State University College of Business with an Early Career Achievement Award.

BLOOMINGTON — Kyle Burrows of Princeton is among 14 Early Career Achievement Award recipients honored by the Illinois State University College of Business.

One person from each for the College of Business’ 14 degree programs was honored on Oct. 25 in Bloomington.

Burrows, a 2012 graduate, received the award for organizational leadership.

He holds a Bachelor of Science degree and is a fellow with the Association of Staff Physician Recruiters (FASPR). He works for Perry Memorial Hospital as clinic operations coordinator.

The honorees selected demonstrate a commitment of service to others, professional development, and the five core principals of responsibility, honor, respect, fairness and trust.

This honor is awarded during homecoming celebrations at Illinois State University where the young professionals return to campus for the celebration.

The young alumni share their innovative leadership ideas and advice with current College of Business students during a panel discussion.

Burrows began his career at Perry Memorial Hospital in the dietary department while in high school and worked summers during college. He returned after college graduation as the patient advocate and professional recruiter.

Burrows became clinic operations coordinator in May 2018 and oversees participation in the Illinois Rural Community Care Organization as the Perry Memorial Hospital liaison.

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