Dustin Reese is a case competition pro, and it shows. He was recognized as best presenter at the 2020 National Black MBA Association Case Competition.
Automation and globalization have become the way of the world, and the legal profession is no exception. Law firms, large and small, are looking at ways to use computers in order to automate everything from scheduling to billing.
New M.S. in Commercial Real Estate student Brian Basweti has overseen major construction projects for Imaran Group and Jones Lang LaSalle.
M.S. in Information Systems student Kimberly Fleuridor works as a billing systems analyst for Comcast, and understands the flow of processes throughout an entire organization.
Incoming M.S. in Information Systems student Lishi Yang spent 15 days hitchhiking from Sichuan, Chengdu to Tibet, Lhasa with only a backpack.
M.S. in Marketing student Rachel Moten interned with the City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks for two consecutive summers, gaining skills in analytics and social media marketing.
Samantha Jones worked for a small digital marketing agency that focuses on Atlanta-based businesses, and can’t wait to partner with more local companies on Insight Sprints.
Ana Contreras-Rodriguez is a senior financial examiner at the Georgia Department of Banking and Finance. She reviews many processes and procedures for fintech companies, and understands why and how these systems are put into place.
Alexandria Carswell took a big risk (and a significant pay cut) when she transitioned out of the hotel industry and accepted a position as a corporate travel consultant. But it was worth gaining experience in another hospitality sector.
Seventeen years ago, Kerry Codling packed all her belongings into a tiny suitcase and moved from Jamaica to Georgia, a state she knew nothing about. Now she possesses a deep understanding of the residential and commercial real estate markets—and will bring a ton of knowledge to our M.S. in Commercial Real Estate program.