FOX INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AWARD FOR DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI
Philip P. Jaurigue is founder and President of Sabre Systems, Inc., a technology, engineering, and professional services company supporting defense and civilian agencies as well as clients in the private sector. Sabre employs over 600 employees throughout the U.S. and worldwide.
Mr. Jaurigue was awarded the 2002 Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award in Philadelphia and was inducted in the EOY Hall of Fame. In 1998 and 1999, Sabre was also listed on the Inc. Magazine Fast 500. Sabre is a multiple recipient of the Philadelphia 100 Award, including a record-setting seven consecutive years. In 2004, Mr. Jaurigue was inducted as a charter member of the Philadelphia 100 Hall of Fame. He currently serves as President of the Philadelphia 100 Alumni Association, organizing professional development programs for member firms.
Mr. Jaurigue serves as Chairman of SMART, an organization supporting science and technology initiatives in the 4-State Region (DE, MD, NJ and PA). Mr. Jaurigue is also a board member of Gilda’s Club of Delaware Valley, an organization supporting those living with cancer and their families. He is also part time co-host on the weekly WWDB radio program, “Executive Leaders Radio,” discussing entrepreneurial topics and experiences in the Philadelphia business community. He also leads a youth music ministry at his church.
Mr. Jaurigue holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Notre Dame and received his MBA from Temple University. He also received a post-graduate certificate from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth University.