• Chris Sanders

    Chris Sanders


    Elected chapter president as a sophomore, Sanders made all of his hard work on behalf of the Society for Management Information Systems look deceptively easy.

  • Trinton Sturdivant

    Trinton Sturdivant


    A highly touted football player, Sturdivant’s academic side has flourished at Terry, where he is set to graduate in December with a double major in finance and management.

  • Blake Mitchell

    Blake Mitchell


    After he graduates in December, Mitchell hopes to use his academic training in mass media arts and business and his two summers interning in Los Angeles to fuel his dream of making films.

  • Tim Ludwick

    Tim Ludwick


    As MBA Finance Club president, Ludwick organized a three-day trip to New York City for first-year MBA students to get more familiar with what career options they might have in corporate finance.

  • Haley Donahue

    Haley Donahue


    After a rude awakening to the realities of college, Donahue found the motivation to take on new challenges. And for this Terry Ambassador, the end of the story is better than she ever imagined.

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    Bakari Brock


    College band impresario. Harvard Law. Kilpatrick Stockton. YouTube. Google. And now legal counsel to Twitter. At age 30, Bakari Brock's résumé begs the questions, “What sky? What limit?”

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    Mark Mahoney (BBA 1983)


    Ex-Gym Dog Mahoney created Jackrabbit Technologies to provide a web-based management and accounts receivable system for dance and martial arts studios, and music and gymnastics schools.

  • Photo of Doug Ivester

    Doug Ivester (BBA 1969)


    The former CEO of The Coca-Cola Company operates Deer Run Plantation in south Georgia. Twice a year, a group of eight Terry students go there to soak up time-honored wisdom amidst the clarity of nature.

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    Martin Killgallon (BBA 1998)


    As senior vice president of marketing and product development for Ohio Art — home of that time-honored kids favorite, the Etch A Sketch — Killgallon spends his days dreaming up the next wave of hot, new toys and then circling the globe to promote them.

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    John Addison (BBA 1979)


    Four years in the making, Addison and his co-CEO Rick Williams took Primerica public last year. In April 2011, they rang the bell at NYSE, commemorating Primerica Inc.'s initial public offering.