• Photo of Tom Ricks

    Tom Ricks (BBA 1992)

    Alumni

    As vice president of development for ESPN Local, Ricks’ job is to turn on the revenue spigot with local advertising to fund ESPN web sites in Chicago, New York, Boston, Los Angeles, and Dallas.

  • Photo of Robert Brooks

    Robert P. Brooks (BSC 1904)

    Alumni

    Robert Preston Brooks was UGA’s first Rhodes Scholar, its first alumni secretary, and as dean of the School of Commerce he helped put the state’s flagship business school on the map.

  • Photo of Anthony Moore

    Anthony Moore (BBA 1992)

    Alumni

    Anthony Moore founded his jobTopia recruitment firm in 2007, and it has evolved into the No. 1-ranked company on this year’s Bulldog 100 list of the fastest-growing UGA alumni owned/operated businesses.

  • Margaret Davis Vaughn (BBA 1970)

    Alumni

    Margaret Davis Vaughn made history as Terry’s first female African-American graduate. She is retired from the IRS, but does consulting work as a certified public accountant. Her son, A. David Vaughn III (BBA ’00), is also a Terry grad.

  • Photo of Wendy Brannen

    Wendy Brannen (BBA 1994)

    Alumni

    Wendy Brannen wears a number of hats as executive director of the Vidalia Onion Committee, from managing marketing tie-ins with Universal Music Group and the Shrek franchise to literally being "the face of Vidalia onions."

  • Elizabeth Allan

    Students

    Elizabeth Allan could rest on her considerable laurels. Instead, Terry's second Rhodes Scholar in the past six years, climbs even higher.

  • Photo of Mark Huber

    Mark Huber

    Faculty

    Mark Huber pushes his students to accept the challenges of ambiguous situations, which is why he's embracing his new appointment as the interim director of the Institute for Leadership Advancement.

  • Clayton Edwards

    Real Estate Case Competition

    Programs

    A team of Terry real estate MBAs won the NAIOP School Challenge in April with a plan to transform a crime-infested, southwest Atlanta corridor into an industrial epicenter.

  • Terry Professors in D.C.

    Programs

    When sweeping financial reforms brought the federal government into the insurance business, two Terry professors trekked to Washington, D.C. to teach policymakers the ins and outs of the industry.

  • Berrak Bahadir

    Is Credit a Good Thing?

    Research

    Economics professor Berrak Bahadir’s research shows that if banks have enough credit information on borrowers it can mitigate the potential for a banking crisis.