Chris Railey's largesse covers expenses for Panthers on Wall Street participants and supports micro grants for students who might have to drop out of school because of one minor financial setback.
By the time Isiah Morgan had been in the tax field for more than a decade, he realized he needed to brush up on his technical skills. Through Robinson's Master of Taxation program, he learned the "why" behind the way things are done in the industry.
Elle Ross learned to use tax database RIA Checkpoint a lot more efficiently. She also developed a greater understanding of the reasoning behind tax laws.
At age 26, just one year after completing her B.B.A. in management, Victoria Wallace made her first gift to Robinson. The generosity and frequency of her altruism qualify her for membership in Robinson’s Dean’s Society.
MBA/MHA alumna Chinwe Gaines found the energy at Robinson contagious. As a member of Georgia State's Alumni Association board, she is on a mission to pass that energy to the next generation.
Laura Howell played NCAA Division I golf and understands how tough the transition to the workforce for student-athletes can be. The scholarship she established empowers female business majors to focus on academics and move forward in their careers.
Kim Pitsko went from hiding her LGBTQ+ leadership on her resume to highlighting it as a professional asset. The times have changed--for the better.
Students from the WomenLead program as well as the Institute for Insight were part of the development of Women in Tech, a repository of resources for females interested in STEM fields.
M.S. in Finance alumnus Blake Phillips went from being a personal trainer who knows nothing about finance to an investment banking analyst at Truist Securities—a coveted position that kids from Ivy League schools typically land.
When Christy Beers enrolled in Robinson's Master of Professional Accountancy program, she never had heard of the internal audit sector. Now, six years later, she's a vice president and audit manager at Truist.