• Mark Kauffman (BBA ’84)


    Mark Kauffman (BBA ’84) continues to grow his 81-year-old family business while giving back to Terry College and his community

  • Chris Glass Hartley (BBA ’96)


    From pools to Adult Swim for Chris Glass Hartley

  • Randy Stenger (BBA ’00)


    After traveling down several career paths, Extreme Sandbox owner Randy Stenger (BBA ’00) thoroughly enjoys the entrepreneurial life.

  • Justine Avoudikpon (BBA ‘17)


    Justine Avoudikpon could be just about anywhere.

  • Laura Courchesne


    Laura Courchesne said she found her voice at Terry College. Now she heads to Oxford ready to lead and seek solutions to real-world problems.

  • Debbie Storey (AB ’80, EMBA ’06)


    Over the course of a trailblazing 34-year career at BellSouth in Atlanta and AT&T in Dallas, Debbie Storey held so many different positions in the telecom giant’s chain of command that she has to consult her résumé to enumerate them all. 

  • David Salyers (BBA ’81)


    The most popular, oft-told version of David Salyers’ Chick-fil-A success story begins with him graduating from UGA on Saturday and working for Chick-fil-A the following Monday.

  • Michael Patrick (BBA ’03)


    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)


    Talking art and taxes with Heather Ripley