Sudol ’03 receives Young Alumni Achievement Award
Cornell is proud to acknowledge the outstanding accomplishments of Eric Sudol, Class of 2003, by awarding him the Young Alumni Achievement Award.
Eric’s efforts while still on the Hilltop were powerful indicators of the success he has had since leaving Cornell. Eric won multiple letters in both football and basketball, was named first-team Academic All-American, and won the Paul Maaske Award during his junior year. Eric was a member of Gamma Tau Pi and Phi Beta Kappa. He graduated Magna Cum Laude.
Eric completed graduate school at Ohio University, earning two master’s degrees while serving as a Young Trustee for Cornell.
In 2007, Eric joined the Dallas Cowboys and moved quickly to the director of sales for AT&T stadium. In Eric’s current position as vice president of corporate partnership sales and marketing, he oversees a staff of 20 that leads the NFL in sponsorship revenue.
Eric also serves as senior vice president of global partnerships for Legends, a consulting firm co-owned by the Cowboys, the New York Yankees, and a private equity company. He was also selected to the Dallas Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 list.
As an alumnus, you have supported Cornell’s Berry Career Institute and the renovation of Van Metre Field at Ash Park.
You have established a track record of success on the field, in the classroom, and in the corporate world, and you have demonstrated your strong support of Cornell College. On behalf of the Alumni Association Board of Directors and the entire Cornell community, I am pleased to present you with the Young Alumni Achievement Award.