• 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.

  • Heather Ripley (BBA ’06, MAcc ’06)

    Alumni

    Talking art and taxes with Heather Ripley

  • Ruth Bartlett (BBA ‘76)

    Alumni

    No matter where you look – from Commencement to Homecoming to her own island alumni chapter – you’ll always find Ruth Bartlett (BBA ’76), UGA’s steadfast Alumni Association president, on the scene.

  • Shanika Robinson (BBA ‘15)

    Alumni

    The lessons Shanika Robinson (BBA ’15) learned through the entrepreneurship certificate are proving invaluable, now that she has joined Golden Krust Caribbean Bakery and Grill in a management role and created a summer camp that encourages girls to build businesses.

  • Ryan Gembala (BBA ‘03)

    Alumni

    Venture capitalist Ryan Gembala (BBA ’03) carefully mapped his passage from Athens to the San Francisco Bay. Now he is on safari for “transformational technologies” with the potential to be pathbreakers.

  • Kaitlyn Nolley

    AlumniStudents

    From touring at Lloyd’s of London to passing her first actuarial exam, junior Kaitlyn Nolley utilizes Terry programs to pave her career path.

  • Kirby Smart (BBA ’98) and Mary Beth Lycett Smart (BBA ’03)

    Alumni

    Their lives are still in whirlwind mode. But Terry finance grads Kirby Smart (BBA ’98) and Mary Beth Lycett Smart (BBA ’03) have returned to their alma mater in new roles as head coach and ‘First Lady’ of the Georgia football program. If 93K Day is any indication, they’re going to be game-changers.

  • Benjamin Watson (BBA ‘03) and Kirsten Vaughn Watson (BBA ‘03)

    Alumni

    Benjamin Watson (BBA ’03) and Kirsten Vaughn Watson (BBA ’03) were college sweethearts whose devotion to a service-based life may outshine even Benjamin’s exemplary football career. He’s written a new book, and the family’s foundation promotes charitable initiatives and educational opportunities.

  • David (BBA ’86) and Kim Mason Hanna (BBA ’86)

    Alumni

    From David and Kim Mason Hanna’s perspective, the world is getting a lot more entrepreneurial — and they want to help it along. To that end, these two 1986 finance graduates have made a generous gift to UGA’s year-old Entrepreneurship Program.