In order to expand her consulting practice to clients interested in blockchain, Denise McCurdy first had to earn her stripes.
MBA student Robert Hatcher founded a software platform that allows musicians to virtually collaborate.
After graduating in December 2018, Alex Addison scored a position on Starr Companies’ new analytics team.
After 20 years in both residential and commercial real estate, Butler, a native of Washington DC, enrolled at Robinson College of Business to earn her M.S.R.E. “Earning my master’s degree helped me better understand the numbers side of the business and gave me confidence to structure deals and better assess portfolios regardless of size and property mix”
On Oct. 17, residents of Milton, a north Atlanta suburb, observe Zack and Thomas Eller Adopt a Shelter Pet Day. It all started on Zack’s sixth birthday, when his mother suggested he donate dog food to the local animal shelter in lieu of receiving gifts.
Bailey Hatchett is a Georgia State University scholarship athlete and a Presidential Scholar. The diversity of Georgia State’s student population and the cultural opportunities available in downtown Atlanta were a major draw for Hatchett. But it was her athletic achievements on the volleyball court that first put Georgia State on Hatchett’s radar.
Senior Lecturer Genna Brown and former student Brandon Black partnered to launch “eBay for nonprofits.”
Matan chose the Robinson College of Business for his graduate studies because he wanted to sharpen his coding skills and learn in-depth modeling, machine learning and predictive analysis, all while being close to big businesses located in Atlanta.
When Thien Vo enrolled at Georgia State University, she kept her head down and didn’t talk much. She’s graduating with not only a dual B.B.A. in Computer Information Systems and Managerial Sciences but also a more self-assured demeanor thanks to the WomenLead program.
Walldorff founded Lawn Capital LLC in high school, expanding from a one-man shop to a five-person team while earning a B.B.A. in Finance from the Robinson College of Business.