Joseph Swearington currently works as an operations analyst at Angel Oak Mortgage Solutions, but he will join Truist as a commercial real estate analyst in mid-April.
Once he hit seven years as a real estate broker, Willie Ellington noticed something about the decision-makers in the business: they possessed either 15-plus years of experience or an advanced degree.
Minnesotan Robert Lockman realized the master's program best aligning with his goals is offered at Robinson, on the other side of the country. Luckily, he can attend his top-choice school online.
Diona Jimmerson’s goal is to secure a product marketing role with a brand she follows, like Apple or a luxury retailer. Her courses have prepared her for that type of work.
After 18 months of solely remote programming, the decision was made to move forward in the “next normal” and reinstate actual trips.
Through a semester-long project, Michaela James realized her strength lies in project management, and started applying for different kinds of jobs.
Jessica Washington is financial literacy director for Usher's nonprofit, and built its fiscal education curriculum from the ground up.
Milton Wilkes manages a team of cardiopulmonary perfusionists at Piedmont Hospital, has provided real estate asset management advisory services, and now is working on his MBA. The skill he utilizes everywhere? Empathy.
Robinson College and Honors College student Claire Sohn (B.B.A. ’23) will spend the 2021-2022 academic year in South Korea on a Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship. The program, an initiative of the U.S. Department of State, enables students of limited financial means to study or intern abroad while gaining skills critical to national security and economic prosperity. Sohn discusses her plans.
As a project manager at Wellstar, Tammy Borne started hearing a lot about artificial intelligence. But she was tired of just hearing about. She wanted to understand how it works, and contribute to future projects.