April Estes, a tax partner at PwC, helped a firm lower its taxable income by 350 million dollars after last year’s tax reform.
ATLANTA—Sixteen graduates of the Robinson College of Business are among the honorees named by the Georgia State University Alumni Association to its 2019 class of distinguished alumni under the age of 40.
Flex MBA alumna Jennifer Grant Warner uses her analytical and negotiation skills every day as CEO of Fernbank.
MBA alumnus Zach Hoffmeister became a millionaire trading cryptocurrencies. He and a former classmate published a book to help others succeed in the space.
Sarah Jones earned a promotion at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta three months after finishing her master’s.
When you’re able to order a Bloody Mary at 11 a.m. on a Sunday, thank Chris Hardman.
When Hannah Huynh enrolled in the Flexible Master of Public Accountancy (MPA) program at the Robinson College of Business, she knew networking with the right people would increase her chances of landing a job.
After spending 26 years on Cobb County’s Fire & Emergency Services team, William Tanks’ career was only getting started.
After Bowei Zhan enrolled in the Master of Actuarial Science program at the Robinson College of Business, he realized he enjoyed the banking aspect of finance more than insurance. By tacking on an additional semester to his studies, he earned a Master of Science in Mathematical Risk Management as well, making himself attractive to employers in both sectors.
In her home country of Colombia, Carolina Salazar studied industrial engineering and landed a marketing analyst position at a chemical company. A few years later, she realized she needed a formal marketing education in order to reach her full potential in the field. She moved to Atlanta to pursue a Master of Science in Marketing from the Robinson College of Business and serve as a graduate research assistant for Associate Professor Denish Shah.