• Where the Boys Aren’t


    Why do girls get better grades in elementary school than boys—even when they perform worse on standardized tests? New research from Terry helps explain the gender disparities that exist in our classrooms.

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    Dan Cathy


    Armed with a barrage of props, Chick-fil-A president and COO Dan Cathy shared his lessons in leadership with students enrolled in an entrepreneurship class at Terry. He talked about Chick-fil-A’s current challenges of maintaining a balance between quality, service and the bottom line while growing his business.

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    Virginia “Gina” Coleman Drosos (BBA 1985)


    Gina Drosos, the former head of Procter & Gamble Beauty, recently spoke to attendees at Terry’s third annual Professional Women’s Conference. Drosos (BBA ’85) is a board member at Signet Jewelers Ltd. and shared her insights on “leading from the outside-in.”

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    Adam Lahaie


    Adam LaHaie’s self-made Terry career—Outstanding Collegiate Marketer, Terry Digital Marketing Series creator, UGA Student Employee of the Year, numerous internships—is the quintessential roadmap for success.

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    Bartley Miller (BBA 2006)


    When he was a standout football player at UGA, Bartley Miller shielded quarterbacks from harm. Today, Miller works for Sterling Risk Advisors, where he protects the medical community from malpractice suits.

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    Tom Ricks (BBA 1992)


    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.

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    Robert P. Brooks (BSC 1904)


    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.

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    Anthony Moore (BBA 1992)


    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)


    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.

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    Wendy Brannen (BBA 1994)


    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."