Christian Brothers Academy, Lincroft, will host a Business Ethics Symposium featuring three accomplished CBA community members April 17 in the Henderson Theater.
The evening will begin with the guests speaking at 5 p.m. followed by a panel discussion at 6, which is open to the CBA community.
Organized by the Future Business Leaders of America student organization, the three individuals – Joseph Azrack, Basil Iwanyk and Brian O’Malley – will share their thoughts on integrity in the workplace.
Azrack, a member of the Class of 1965, is the principal owner of Azrack & Company, a private real estate investment and advisory firm. He is the founder and past chairman and managing partner of Apollo Global Management’s (NYSE:APO) real estate investment management business and Apollo Commercial Real Estate Finace (NYSE:ARI). Previously, Azrack was chief executive and chairman of AEW Capital Management, L.P., f ounder and president of the AEW Partners Funds, director of Curzon Global Partners and founder and chairman of AEW Europe.
Azrack holds a master of business administration from Columbia University, New York, and a bachelor of science degree from Villanova University, Villanova, Pa. He is adjunct professor for real estate entrepreneurship at Columbia’s Graduate School of Business.
Iwaynk is the founder and owner of Thundre Road Pictures, a production company that he started in 2004. His upcoming film credits include: the action crime thriller Soldado, starring Benicio del Torro nad Josh Brolin reprising their respective roles from 2015’s Sicario; A Star Is Born, starring Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga; The Current War, an upcoming American biographical historical film, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Michael Shannon.
Thunder Road is currently in pre-production on the third installment of the popular John Wick franchise, starring Keanu Reeves. Past films produced by Iwanyk’s company include John Wick: Chapter 2 and John Wick starring Keanu Reeves, both of which were critical and commercial successes; the Oscar nominated Sicario; the critically acclaimed drama The Town, directed by Ben Affleck; the epic action adventure Clash of the Titans, and its sequel, Wrath of the Titans; three installments of The Expandables; Brooklyn’s Finest, and We Are Marshall.
O’Malley has been the president and CEO of Domino Foods, Inc., since 2001. Domino Foods remains the largest marketer of refined cane sugar in the United States. His career in the sugar industry started in February 1982 when he joined the accounting department of then-Amstar Corporation, former parent of Dominos.
O’Malley holds a bachelor of arts degree in finance from Glassboro State College and a master of business administration from Rutgers University. he has been vice chairman of the Chairman’s Advisory Council of The Grocery Manufacturers Association and president of the International Sugar Club.
O’Malley has served on the CBA board of trustees for several years and continues to be active in many CBA initiatives.