Founder and Owner of Manor of Hope, Steve Killelea has been recognized by the University of Delaware for his leadership, innovation and entrepreneurship.

This prestigious award honors leading companies that are making a significant impact on the world.

A panel comprised of University of Delaware Horn Program and Lerner College personnel, accomplished entrepreneurs and business leaders rate each nominated venture’s impact potential by assessing the venture’s innovativeness, milestone accomplishment, current and future revenues, job creation and social impact. Only the top 17 submissions are acknowledged for their efforts.

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Blue Hen leaders and their companies will be recognized in a special insert in the September issue of UD’s Messenger, which is distributed to more than 140,000 alumni and supporters around the world. The insert will provide a ranked listing of award winners that includes each honoree’s name, class year, title, company name, year of founding, growth rate, general industry and location. All Blue Hen leaders whose companies are recognized as 17&43 Award recipients will be honored at an invitation-only award dinner on October 5th, 2017. More info about this prestigious award can be found on the University of Delaware’s website

At Manor of Hope “we are committed to enhancing the quality of life for young men battling the disease of addiction.”