Stewart Krentzman Awarded The Pinnacle
Madison, NJ (June 8, 2007) — In ceremonies held at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s College at Florham in Madison, N.J., on June 8, 2007, Stewart Krentzman was inducted into The Pinnacle, the highest award the University can bestow on its alumni. Pinnacle recipients are chosen on the basis of success or distinction in their chosen fields; significant contributions to society and humanity through public or humanitarian service; and outstanding service to the University, or reflection of the unique character of Fairleigh Dickinson in their lives.
Krentzman is president and chief executive officer of Oki Data Americas, Inc., a subsidiary of Oki Data Corporation in Tokyo, Japan. The company provides world-class printing technology and real-world solutions to manage workflow and optimize business performance. He serves as a Director to the Board of Oki Data Corporation, as well as Director of Oki Data Americas, Inc., in Sunnyvale, California.
Since joining the company in 1997, Krentzman has held several positions of increasing responsibility, including executive vice president and chief operating officer.
Prior to joining Oki Data Americas, Krentzman held various sales and marketing posts at Unilever N.V., including director of marketing/ Lipton Teas and director of marketing for condiments and snacks.
Among his many achievements, Krentzman has been elected to the Worldwide Who’s Who of Business Professionals in 2003, 2004 and 2005. In addition, he was elected to the National Register’s Who’s Who in 2005 and the International Who’s Who Historical Society in 2005.
He is also an active member of the Computer and Communications Industry Association in Washington, D.C. Krentzman earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Fairleigh Dickinson University and his master’s degree in human resources from the New School for Social Research in New York.
Krentzman’s wife, Bonnie, presented the award, saying, “You are driven by your eagerness to succeed in both your professional and personal lives. That, along with your compassion and devotion to those you love, has earned you a place at The Pinnacle. Fairleigh Dickinson University salutes you.”