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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."

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    Christina Harris


    Christina Harris (BBA ’07) credits her experience as a Leonard Leadership Scholar with her success in working with international consulting teams in Dubai and other regions of Africa and Asia.

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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.

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    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.

  • Phil Casey

    Phil Casey (BBA 1967)


    Phil Casey’s (BBA ’67) adventure-filled career reads like a best-selling novel, but the international steel executive has lived every minute of it. Even the CIA stuff.