The Hall of Fame was established in 2021 to recognize those members whose contributions to the profession and service to the Association have been significant, substantial and long-standing. Members of the Hall of Fame have a demonstrated history of career achievement, sustained commitment to the advancement of the profession, and significant contributions to SIM CFL as well as conduct themselves with professionalism among their peers.
Honorees are recognized for their significant contributions in leadership, service to the Association, or contributions to the professional literature. Honorees are or at one time have been a member of the Society for Information Management Central Florida Chapter for 10 years or more.
Hugh Moore is an inaugural member of the SIM CFL Hall of Fame in recognition of his vital role in establishing the Chapter and in leading and contributing to countless efforts to continuously ensure the success of members, the Chapter itself and the national SIM organization. Hugh was part of group of prominent Orlando-area CIOS who worked to create an organization where technology leaders could collaboratively network and share knowledge and best practices. Hugh was then instrumental in converting the organization to a SIM chapter in 2001 and served as SIM CFL President during the Chapter’s earliest years – leading crucial initial efforts such as writing bylaws and establishing Chapter meetings, initiatives and processes.
Hugh also leveraged his role in recent years as Dean of Business at Seminole State College to connect STEM students with SIM CFL’s offerings and philanthropy efforts. For more than two decades, Hugh has maintained a constant, crucial role in advancing the Chapter … in stature, in membership and in national prominence.
Molly Mahoney is an inaugural member of the SIM CFL Hall of fame in recognition of her highly respected leadership contributions to the Chapter, to RLF and to the national SIM organization. Molly is a superior role model of mentorship and leadership, and her efforts in the Chapter have been significant and long-lasting since she joined in 2004. After years of volunteering to help lead Chapter initiatives, Molly served as Membership Chair, Vice President and then as President for two terms as she shepherded Chapter activities and engagement to an even higher level of success. Through the years she also led countless SIM CFL philanthropic endeavors to ensure the Chapter’s commitment of “giving back.”
Also, Molly has been a dedicated, longtime RLF Facilitator and has uniquely mentored, coached and improved the leadership capabilities of hundreds of women and men both during and after their RLF experience. She has been a tireless advocate for RLF, for those in need and for the immeasurable enrichments of lifelong learning.