• Allison O'Kelly

    Allison O’Kelly (BBA 1994)

    Alumni

    O’Kelly is a spokeswoman for working moms, flex-time issues, and work-life balance. She’s done stints on the Today show, and Mom Corps now offers full-service staffing in Atlanta, Charlotte, New York, Boston, and Washington, D.C.

  • Will Jones

    Will Jones (BBA 1988)

    Alumni

    During his 16-year career at the Augusta National Golf Club, Will Jones (BBA ’88) has developed into an important part of the senior management team that has tripled the number of countries that view the famed Masters golf tournament.

  • Sam Holmes

    Sam Holmes (BBA 1987)

    Alumni

    CBRE Vice Chairman Sam Holmes has been brokering deals of the year in Atlanta’s office leasing market for more than a decade, and he’s now lending his keen business sense to his alma mater as chairman of the UGA Foundation.

  • David Greene

    David Greene (BBA 2004)

    Alumni

    Former Georgia football standout David Greene (BBA ’04) has joined forces with another former Bulldog star, Matt Stinchcomb (BBA ’98), to open the Atlanta office of Savannah-based Seacrest Partners, a privately owned insurance brokerage and consulting firm.

  • Adam Wexler

    Adam Wexler (BBA 2007)

    Alumni

    Adam Wexler (BBA ’07) says Terry’s ILA program — in particular, its emphasis on team building — has had a profound impact on the way he leads his new music-oriented website team.

  • Bryan Calhoun

    Bryan Calhoun (BBA 1992)

    Alumni

    If you were Map Questing the journey that Bryan Calhoun has taken through the music industry since he began taking finance classes at the Terry College in 1990, you would start by typing in the address for UGA’s campus radio station, WUOG, whose cubbyhole offices on the top floor of Memorial Hall did not afford Calhoun a view of where he has ended up nearly two decades later at the modern, glass-walled SoundExchange offices on 14th Street in Washington, D.C.

  • Steve Fallon

    Steve Fallon (BBA 1980)

    Alumni

    Fallon’s new Atlanta-based independent insurance agency specializes in employee benefits. It has been so successful in such a short period of time that Benefits Selling magazine honored him as one of their five “Broker of the Year” finalists for 2009.

  • Dana Lupton

    Dana Lupton (BBA 1986)

    Alumni

    When Dana Lupton’s (BBA ’86) nationally renowned Moving in the Spirit dance company ran into financial trouble, she didn’t have to rely on the kindness of strangers to bail her out.

  • Mark Martin

    Mark Martin (MBA 2007)

    Alumni

    Mark Martin (MBA ’07) enrolled in Terry’s MBA program to learn how to sculpt a business plan for a charter school he planned to start in Atlanta. When Hurricane Katrina laid waste to New Orleans, he saw a chance to give a failing school district a new lease on life.

  • Dan Amos

    Dan Amos (BBA 1973)

    Alumni

    Amos (BBA ’73), the 56-year-old head of Georgia’s fourth-largest public company — and a perennial Fortune magazines choice as one of the best places to work in America — has made a career of his powers of persuasion.