• Debbie Storey, MBA ‘06


    Effective leaders stick to their values and work hard to make other people’s work better. Those were the messages relayed by Debbie 

  • On baseball and leadership


    Ken Kendrick, the owner and general managing partner of Major Leagues Baseball’s Arizona Diamondbacks, talked to a packed house Jan. 22 at the Terry Leadership Speaker Series.  

  • ‘Blood Orange’


    The theme that runs through all of Arthur Blank’s ventures, from Home Depot to The Atlanta Falcons, is a commitment to a customer-first, principled culture.

  • Gregory Mankiw, chair of economics at Harvard University


    The way you feel about income inequality may be shaped by how you feel about The Avengers, according to Gregory Mankiw, chair of the economics department at Harvard University. 

  • Chris Brearton (BBA ‘92)


    A former collegiate swimmer for UGA and certified public accountant with KPMG in Los Angeles, Chris Brearton (BBA ’92) fielded questions at a Terry Leadership Speaker Series event about his failures at networking, why teamwork matters, and the single best lesson he learned at UGA.

  • MMR Advisory Board Panel


    Fall 2013 Master of Marketing Research Advisory Board Meeting keynote speaker and best-selling author Brian Wansink "has changed the world" with his research on mindless eating and slim by design.

  • Michael Asmelash

    2013 PESA Summit


    When it comes to networking with big names in industries of entertainment, fashion, and sports this student-run organization is delivering the goods.

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    2012 Professional Women’s Conference


    Gina Drosos (BBA ’85), former Director of Global Beauty at Procter & Gamble will be the keynote speaker at the 3rd annual Professional Women’s Conference, which will be held at the Georgia Center this year.

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    Terry Leadership Speaker Series


    Dan T. Cathy, president and chief operating officer of Chick-fil-A, spoke to a University of Georgia audience March 4, 2011, at the Chapel. He talked about his leadership philosophy and Chick-fil-A’s restaurants as a “place of restoration” where the company fulfills its mission to have a positive influence on every customer who comes in contact with their business.

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    IRS’s Adrian Project


    Students taking a Maymester course in forensic accounting found out what it's like to be criminal investigators with the IRS during a simulated fraud investigation at UGA. Real-life IRS agents role-playing as tax cheats put the students through their paces.