• Brendan Abernathy, a UGA Amazing Student

    Students

    Regardless of what Brendan Abernathy ends up pursuing, he wants to help people realize their dreams. Right now, UGA is giving him the opportunity to live out his dreams — traveling the world, helping the community, pursuing his musical interests and, well, just hanging out on North Campus.​

  • Mark Kauffman (BBA ’84)

    Alumni

    Mark Kauffman (BBA ’84) continues to grow his 81-year-old family business while giving back to Terry College and his community

  • Chris Glass Hartley (BBA ’96)

    Alumni

    From pools to Adult Swim for Chris Glass Hartley

  • Randy Stenger (BBA ’00)

    Alumni

    After traveling down several career paths, Extreme Sandbox owner Randy Stenger (BBA ’00) thoroughly enjoys the entrepreneurial life.

  • Justine Avoudikpon (BBA ‘17)

    Alumni

    Justine Avoudikpon could be just about anywhere.

  • Laura Courchesne

    Students

    Laura Courchesne said she found her voice at Terry College. Now she heads to Oxford ready to lead and seek solutions to real-world problems.

  • Debbie Storey (AB ’80, EMBA ’06)

    Alumni

    Over the course of a trailblazing 34-year career at BellSouth in Atlanta and AT&T in Dallas, Debbie Storey held so many different positions in the telecom giant’s chain of command that she has to consult her résumé to enumerate them all. 

  • David Salyers (BBA ’81)

    Alumni

    The most popular, oft-told version of David Salyers’ Chick-fil-A success story begins with him graduating from UGA on Saturday and working for Chick-fil-A the following Monday.

  • Michael Patrick (BBA ’03)

    Alumni

    Michael Patrick’s eureka moment occurred during the public phase of the Building Terry campaign with $15 million still to be raised before the college’s new Business Learning Community passed the $70 million mark.