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Fall 2018 Student Accomplishments

Published date: December 5, 2018

The Reginald F. Lewis College of Business at Virginia State University celebrated the following fall 2018 student accomplishments.

(1) Mohamed Keita (Accounting major) earned a full-time position as a consultant at Deloitte in Arlington for after graduation in May.   

(2) Guy DeWeever (Marketing major) and Jahwon Taylor (MISY major) participated in a networking event with scores of professionals at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. 

(3) Destiny Hodges (Marketing major) shadowed Dave Saunders (CEO) of Madison + Main in Richmond.

(4) Destini Woods (Management/HR major) shadowed Dennis Bickmeier (CEO) of Richmond International Raceway in Richmond.

(5) Diamond Fayton (Marketing major) and Madison Muldrow (Marketing major) participated in the Richmond Advertising Club networking session with twenty businesses in Richmond.

(6) Shanice Allonce’s internship with Def Jam Records materialized in a post-graduate internship/job offer for after May.

(7) Manny Saunders (Management major) represented the College of Business and Virginia State University at the Dominion Power the Future intercollegiate competition at Virginia Commonwealth University last weekend; a 38 hour competition, Manny was part of a team of four in the event with universities including e.g. VCU, VA Tech, Penn State, etc.  

(8) Barry Brown (Management major), Jean Cain (Management major), Onzae’ Carter (MISY major), Destiny Hodges (Marketing major), Charly Mitchel (Marketing major), Joshua Pritchett (Management major), Sadonia Sylvester (Accounting major), Rebekah Taylor (Management major), Javae Terrell (Management major), Corey Vickers (Marketing major), and Nadia Victor (Accounting major) participated in the Thurgood Marshall College Fund Conference in D.C. with scores of businesses.

(9) Sixty students in Legal, Ethical, and Digital hosted Jason Walker (Vice President of Transportation Management) from UPS in the classroom.  A big thanks to Taneisha Brown her hospitality.

(10) Three students in Small Business Entrepreneurship hosted Shirley Crawford (Executive Director of the Women’s Entrepreneurship Center in Richmond) in the classroom.  A big thanks to Patrice Perry-Rivers for her hospitality. 

(11) Fifteen students in the American Marketing Association along with fifteen students in Investments hosted Sam Hayes (Owner of Stratageum) in the classroom.  A big thanks to Steve Holeman for his hospitality. 

(12) Manny Saunders (Management major) participated in the Young Non-Profit Network’s networking event with forty non-profits in Richmond.

(13) Seventy students participated in U.S. Forestry Day including hosting Sylvia Staples (Regional Recruiter) in Principles of Marketing.  A big thanks to Yun Lee for her hospitality.

(14) Seven students in Introduction to Computer Networks hosted Diamond Simpson (Associate Software Developer) at SITA in the classroom.  A big thanks to Soma Akkaledevi for his hospitality.

(15) Nasir Porter (Accounting major) was the Top Performer in Small Group Role-Play with Industry as assessed by Union Bank & Trust, Advia Naturals, Fort Lee Federal Credit Union, Virginia Community Capital, and Crystal Clear Financial Solutions.

(16) Essence Bridges (Marketing minor), Jahard Cooper (Management/HR major), Tyeshaun Harris (Management major), and Angela Scott (Management major) participated in the Career Connection conference in New York.

(17) Chanel Brown (Marketing major), Charly Mitchell (Marketing major), Seth Mitchell (Management major), Liz Mosely (Marketing minor), Sadonia Sylvester (Accounting major), Rebekah Taylor (Management major), and Nadia Victor (Accounting major) represented the College of Business on the College’s Homecoming Float at the parade in Petersburg.

(18) Thirty-two students participated in a roundtable conversation in Singleton with alums representing the FDIC, Allmond & Company, Department of Health, etc.

(19) Twenty students in Business Communications participated in a tree planting at Virginia State University.  A big thanks to Alex Weimer for his leadership.

(20) Shaylan Ferguson (Accounting major) participated in a luncheon at the Commonwealth Hotel at the Capitol; said luncheon regarded a conversation with economists pertinent to business trends and the Governor's recent proposals.

(21) Fifteen students in the Future Business Leaders of America PBL Chapter hosted an entrepreneurship panel conversation including Pam Allen (Owner of Accel Talent and Development), JB Bryan (Owner of JB Bryan), Jenee Murphy (Owner of Jenee Murphy Consulting), and Mike Short (Owner of Pro).

(22) Kedar Ra El (Management major) participated in a Supplier Diversity Entrepreneurship networking event with thirty businesses at the University of Richmond.

(23) Ten students participated in interviews for a paid internship for the spring semester with Liberty Tax.

(24) Corey Vickers (Marketing major) started his business by flipping his first house for sale located in the City of Petersburg.

(25) Teciara Gambrell (Accounting major) was the Top Performer in Small Group Role-Play with Industry as assessed by Timmons Group, Southside Regional Medical Center, The Coleman Institute, Winter HR Consulting, Wildfire, The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, City of Richmond, Thomson Reuters, Dominion, KPMG, Liz Bryant, and Meadows Urquhart Acree & Cook.

(26) Liz Mosley (Marketing minor) shadowed Kelly Avelino (Reporter) at NBC.

(27) Ten students hosted Ryan Bolais (Vice President) of Thomson Reuters for a conversation regarding marketability.

(28) Monique Daniels (Accounting major) earned a paid internship in accounting from Dominion for the summer; now she has to decide between that offer and an offer from Pricewaterhousecoopers.   

(29) Adante Holliman (Marketing major), Sultan Kenes (Management major), Tiffany Tucker (Management/HR major), and Montrell Wynn (Marketing major) spent part of the week in Chicago at a Beta Gamma Sigma conference.

(30) Sadonia Sylvester (Accounting major) earned a full-time position for after graduation at PricewaterhouseCoopers; now Sadonia has to choose between that offer and a KPMG offer.

(31) Christine Bautista (MISY major) and Amira Sine (Management major) participated in Project Shadow at Pfizer in Richmond.

(32) Shanice Allonce (Marketing minor) and Madison Muldrow (Marketing major) participated in a luncheon with Dennis Bickmeier (CEO) from Richmond International Raceway; another twelve students hosted Dennis in the classroom.

(33) Twenty students hosted Dave Saunders (President) of Madison + Main in the classroom.  A big thanks to Yun Lee for her hospitality.

(34) Twenty-five students in Introduction to Business hosted Tom Katovsich (Financial Services Education Officer) from Virginia Credit Union in the classroom.  A big thanks to Louis Dabney for his hospitality.  

(35) Fifty students in Legal and Ethical hosted Taikein Cooper (Co-Founder ) of Virginia Excels in the classroom.  A big thanks to Taneisha Brown for her hospitality.

(36) Walter Boateng (Accounting major) was the Top Performer in Small Group Role-Play with Industry as assessed by Cobb Technologies, PPD, Metropolitan Business League, Withum, Capital One, Century Construction, and Morgan Stanley.

(37) Essence Bridges (Marketing minor) participated in a dinner with Bill Hollowell (Vice President) of Century Construction.

(38) Sefiyetu Abdullah (Marketing minor) and Chanel Brown (Marketing major) participated in a reception hosted at the house of Marty Barrington (recently retired CEO) of Altria along with twenty other businesses.

(39) Myia Jones (Marketing major) earned a full-time paid position for after graduation in May as a consultant at Deloitte in Atlanta.

(40) Destiny Hodges (Marketing major) and Corey Vickers (Marketing major) earned paid internships for the summer with Altria in Richmond.   

(41) Erica Pickens (MISY major) joined the ranks of homeowners by purchasing a lot in Matoaka to build her dream house. 

(42) Guy DeWeever (Marketing major) and Jujuan Peel (Management major) participated in a negotiations workshop with forty businesses in Richmond.

(43) Bethelhem Beza (MISY major) and Jahard Cooper (Management/HR major) participated in the Hopewell/Prince George Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner with ninety businesses.

(44 Forty students in Organization and Management hosted Tom Walker (Consultant at OpX) in the classroom pertinent to a team project led by Shaylan Ferguson (Accounting major).  A big thanks to Mark Kunze for his hospitality.

(45) Fred Sanders (Management major) interviewed for a full-time position for after graduation at GEICO.

(46) Forty students in Introduction to Management Information Systems and Advanced Accounting hosted Tasha Easter (Recruiter) for the Federal Reserve in the classroom.  A big thanks to Aurelia Donald and Art Wharton for their hospitality.  

(47) Fifty students in Financial Managerial Economics and Introduction to Business hosted Shavonne Gordon (Head of IT Talent Acquisition) at Capital One in the classroom.  A big thanks Young Nwoye and Louis Dabney for their hospitality.

(48) Kyla Best (Marketing major), Walter Boateng (MISY major), Essence Bridges (Marketing minor), Darius Fair (MISY major), Seth Mitchell (Management major), Trenique Phillips (Management major), Bryana Thomas (Marketing major), Tamarah Varner (Management major), Destini Woods (Management/HR major), and Trashawn Young (Marketing major) were the Top Performers in Small Group Role-Play with Industry as assessed by Mondelez, RVAWorks, VDOT, City of Richmond, PRO, Hofbauer Consulting, and Def Jam Records.

(49) Tasnique Jones (Management major) shadowed Robert Bolling (CEO) and a team at ChildSavers. 

(50) Monique Daniels (Accounting major) shadowed Chelsea Coles (Recruiter) and a team at Dominion. 

(51) Trevon Bates (Accounting major), Kyla Best (Management major), Walter Boateng (MISY major), Dacarai Clark (Accounting major), Darius Fair (MISY major), Teciara Gambrell (Accounting major), Seth Mitchell (Management major), Bryana Thomas (Marketing major), Tamarah Varner (Management major), and Miesha Webb (Accounting major) were the Top Performer in Small Group Role-Play with Industry as assessed by Shamin Hotels, PIETech, The Wauford Group, Community College Workforce Alliance, Fort Lee Federal Credit Union, City of Hopewell, and Second Chance Consulting.

(52) Thirty marketing majors launched a Google Analytics project in collaboration with the College’s Center for Entrepreneurship to provide free services to the following companies; Binary Formations, Focus and Fabulous, Urban Views Weekly, SMN Squared, Choza, Brison, Focal Path Coaching, Petersburg Chamber of Commerce, Traveling Teacher, Girls for a Change, Plush Slippers, Hopewell Downtown Partnership, Re-Runner, Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce, K. Moss & Associates, and Hofbauer Consulting.

(53) Tamairah Marshall (Accounting major) earned a paid summer internship in finance at Johnson & Johnson in California.

(54) Nadia Victor (Accounting major) earned a paid summer internship in finance at Prudential in New York; Nadia also earned a visit to Charlotte next month to participate in a Wells Fargo conference.

(55) D’Anjela Jones (Management major), Jujuan Peel (Management major), Tamia Reese (Management major), Destiny Smith (Accounting major), and Aishata Wann (Accounting major) participated in the Richmond Folk Festival with scores of businesses as VIP guests of Venture Richmond.  

(56) Manny Saunders (Management major) participated in the Madison + Main Chili Cook Off with forty businesses in Richmond.

(57) Thirty students in Legal, Ethical, and Digital hosted Lee Stewart (Director of New Programs) from Synexis in the classroom.  A big thanks to Taneisha Brown her hospitality.

(58) Fifteen students in Small Business Entrepreneurship hosted Taliah Safah (Owner of Sister Taliah’s) in the classroom as a part of Women’s Entrepreneurship Week.  A big thanks to Patrice Perry-Rivers for her hospitality. 

(59) Five students hosted in Small Business Entrepreneurship hosted Doris Edmonds (Owner of Doris L. Edmonds Attorney at Law) in the classroom as a part of Women’s Entrepreneurship Week.  A big thanks to Patrice Perry-Rivers for her hospitality. 

(60) Barry Brown (Management major) and Javae Terrell (Management major) earned full-time consultant positions at Deloitte for after graduation in May. 

(61) Corey Vickers (Marketing major) earned a $5,000 scholarship from Wells Fargo. 

(62) Cyrus Jones (Accounting major), Darius Fair (MISY major), Seth Mitchell (Management major), and TreNique Phillips (Management major)  the Top Performer in Small Group Role-Play with Industry as assessed by State Farm, EdwardJones, EAB, Morgan Stanley, Binary Formations, Mass Mutual, SMN Squared, and Wilkie Real Estate.

(63) Monique Daniels (Accounting major) was invited to participate in the Deloitte Leadership Conference in Dallas.

(64) Tiffany Tucker (Management/HR major) was invited to participate in the Ph.D. Conference in Chicago.

(65) Tamarah Varner (Management major) visited with Thaddeus Huff (President) and Wert Smith (Chair) at the Petersburg Chamber of Commerce and earned an internship.

(66) Monique Daniels (Accounting major) and Kaylee Lambert (Marketing minor) were the Top Performers at the Miss Kappa Alpha Pageant.  

(67) Monique Daniels (Accounting major), Unique Lotman (Accounting major), and Miesha Webb (Accounting major) interviewed for a summer internship at Dominion.

(68) Twelve students in the American Marketing Association (AMA) hosted Kayleigh Crandell from the Richmond Advertising Club.

(69) Ten students hosted Todd Nuckols (President of Lighthouse Labs) in the classroom.  A big thanks to Patrice Perry-Rivers for her hospitality. 

(70) Fifteen students hosted Keva Sturdevant (Owner of Sturdevant Investment Consulting) in the classroom.  A big thanks to Steve Holeman for his hospitality.

(71) Guy DeWeever (Marketing major) won a national speech competition for the Urban Financial Services Coalition (UFSC) in Charlotte and with it won a $2,000 scholarship. 

(72) Rachel Ajibolade (MISY major) and Jermaine Perrine (Accounting major) were profiled in a new recruiting film for the Federal Reserve; please click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HszCVCh3ZeQ&feature=youtu.be   

(73) Walter Boateng (Accounting major), Jean Cain (Management major), Darius Fair (Management major), Osafi Fordyce (Management major), Cyrus Jones (Accounting major), Nasir Porter (Accounting major), TreNique Phillips (Management major), Erica Pickens (MISY major), Daqwane Sabb (Management major), and Manny Saunders (Management major) were the Top Performers in Small Group Role-Play with Industry as assessed by Randstad, Northwestern Mutual, Brison, MDP, Sandler Training, Ark Investments, RVA Realty, Bryant and Stratton, and What’s Your Happi.

(74) Twenty-one students participated in the National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) conference in Norfolk.

(75) Jasmine Dunklin (Marketing minor) and Erica Pickens (MISY major) participated in a networking event with thirty businesses in Richmond.

(76) Catera Ruth participated in a networking event in Petersburg hosted by T-Mobile and Marnelle Fanfan Enterprises.

(77) Sefiyetu Abdullah (Marketing minor) hosted a casting call for the new major motion feature film Harriett, click here: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4648786/ 

(78) Shaylan Ferguson (Accounting major) hosted Gilbert DiMaio (Director) of Barton Malow for a lunch meeting in Petersburg.

(79) Zymir Batts (Accounting major and 17 grad) earned a position as a Staffing Manager for Randstad in Petersburg.

(80) Forty students hosted James “Jay” Chavis (CFO) of Ark Investments including in the classroom.  A big thanks to Steve Holeman for his hospitality.

(81) One hundred thirty students participated in Wells Fargo Day.

(82) Marcus Lowery (Marketing major) participated all week in Google's American Underground Exchange for Black Entrepreneurs in Durham. 

(83) Emmanuel “Manny” Saunders (Management major) participated in a Tax and Business Solutions networking event in Richmond. 

(84) Miesha Webb (Accounting major) was the Top Performer in Small Group Role-Play with Industry as assessed by Kendall Hunt Publishing, Indispensable Marketing, Astyra, Randall Branding, Virginia Asset Management, SunTrust, Baker International, Allstate, Risk Management Group, and Richard Bland College.

(85) Ten students in the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) College of Business Chapter participated in the State Competition at UVA in Charlottesville.

(86) Essence Bridges (Marketing minor) participated in Encorepreneur with one hundred businesses in Richmond.

(87) Destiny Hodges (Marketing major), Tiffany Tucker (Management/HR major), and Destini Woods (Management/HR major) participated in a Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) networking event at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond.

(88) Essence Bridges (Marketing minor) participated in a  networking event with thirty businesses in Chesterfield.  

(89) Hirut Sheta (Marketing major) earned a marketing internship with The Roew owned and operated by Kelsey Evans (Management major and 13 grad).

(90) Jahwon Taylor (MISY major) was flown by Capgemini to Atlanta to interview for an interview for a full-time IT consulting job for after graduation.

(91) Guy DeWeever (Marketing major) was flown to Charlotte by the Urban Financial Services Coalition (UFSC) for a National Speech Competition and Conference.

(92) Angelique Johnson (MISY major and 17 grad) earned a new position as a Referral Specialist at Advocate Health Care in Illinois.

(93) Katherine Wilson (Management major and 14 grad) earned a new position as a Senior Consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton.

(94) Forty students hosted John Asbury (CEO of Union Bank) including for lunch and in the classroom.  A big thanks to Steve Holeman and Jae K Hwang for their hospitality. 

(95) Ninety students participated in Dominion Day including hosting Faby Argandona (Recruiter) in the classroom.  A big thanks to Rob Elliott, Louis Dabney, and Steve Holeman for their hospitality.

(96) Fifteen students hosted Will Morris (Owner of EdConnective) for an entrepreneurship workshop in the classroom.  A big thanks to Patrice Perry-Rivers for her hospitality.

(97) Onzae’ Carter (MISY major), Guy DeWeever (Marketing major), Charly Mitchell (Marketing major), Tamia Reese (Marketing major), Nadia Victor (Accounting major), and Aishata Wann (Accounting major) hosted forty businesses for the College’s Industry Council(s) meeting.

(98) Amanda Worthy (Management major) shadowed Evan Kaufman (Director of Hopewell Downtown Partnership).

(99) Twenty students participated in Astyra Day with Brittany Brown (Recruiter).

(100) Jzakaala Hamilton (Marketing major) earned a paid internship in event management for the semester with our friends at Magic Special Events. 

(101) Emmanuel “Manny” Saunders (Management major) participated in a Metropolitan Business League networking event with Richmond with fifty businesses. 

(102) Essence Bridges (Marketing minor), Darius Fair (Management Information Systems major), Marcus Lowery (Marketing major), Tamarah Varner (Management major), Aisha Wann (Accounting major), and Destini Woods (Management/HR major) were the Top Performers in Small Group Role-Play with Industry as assessed by Markel, Smarter Interiors, Butler and Snow, Greater Richmond Partnership of Virginia, the U.S. Army, Chesterfield Public Schools, Perdue, and the Petersburg Chamber of Commerce.

(103) Barry Brown (Management major), Steven McAlester (Marketing major), and Fred Sanders (Management major) participated in a Hopewell/Prince George Chamber of Commerce networking breakfast and ribbon cutting in Chester.

(104) Erica Pickens (MISY major) earned an IT Help-Support position with Aldi and a put a contract on a parcel of land to build a house.

(105) GiGi Cooper (Marketing major), Myia Jones (Marketing major), Tamairah Marshall (Accounting major), and Tiffany Tucker (Management/HR major) along with Steve Holeman (Finance Professor) were profiled in a new Coming Soon to TV commercial that can be previewed at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WfDHqn2gAYs

(106) Tamairah Marshall (Accounting major) modeled in the New York Fashion Week in Times Square.  

(107) Sydney Yao (Marketing minor) interviewed for a full-time manager-in-training position for after graduation with Aetna and with GAP’s corporate division.

(108) Elijah Huett (MISY major) interviewed for a full-time IT position for after graduation with Computer Resource Team.

(109) Sixty students participated in the VSU Career Exo.  A big thanks to Joe Lyons and Career Services.

(110) Essence Bridges (Marketing minor) participated in a business development meeting with Keith Boswell (Executive Director) of Virginia’s Gateway Region.

(111) Seventy students participated in KPMG Day including by hosting Jhadee Gordon and Tanika Mann in the classroom.

(112) Sixty students participated in Allmond & Company Day including by hosting Marvin Allmond in the classroom.

(113) Liz Mosley (Marketing minor) participated in Project Shadow with Kym Grinnage (Vice President at NBC12).

(114) Kire’ Worley (Accounting major) won the National African-American Insurance Association’s (NAAIA) JL Tillman Scholarship; this is the second time a VSU student won the scholarship after Monet Graves (Marketing major and 17 grad) won it two years ago. 

(115) Essence Bridges (Marketing minor), TreNique Phillips (Management major), and Jahwon Taylor (MISY major) were the Top Performers in Small Group Role-Play with Industry as assessed by Fulton Bank, NY Life, HMG Data, Enteros Design, Enterprise Virginia, and CW Richmond.

(116) Liz Mosley (Marketing minor) participated in both a HYPE networking event in Richmond with forty businesses and an American Marketing Association event in Richmond with sixty businesses.

(117) Twenty students in Entrepreneurship for Small Business hosted Ellen Luckey (Owner of Victoria’s Kitchen) in the classroom.   A big thanks to Patrice Perry-River for her hospitality.

(118) Ninety students participated in Lockheed Martin Day including hosting Beverly Walker (Recruiter) in Organization and Management and participating in a luncheon.  A big thanks to Mark Kunze for his hospitality.

(119) Thirty students participated in Office of Senator Mark Warner Day. 

(120) Fifty students participated in HumanKind Day including hosting Jonathan Gedeon (Executive Manager) in Business Statistics.  A big thanks to Ephrem Eyob for his hospitality.

(121) Forty students participated in CW Richmond Day.

(122) Eighty students participated in Virginia Retirement System Day.

(123) Fifteen students participated in a book-signing with Dave Schein (Author of The Decline of America).

(124) Jermaine Perrine (Accounting major) earned job offers from PricewaterhouseCoopers, KPMG, and Nielsen; he selected an accounting position at PWC and will work in Richmond where he resides.

(125) Onzae’ Carter (MISY major) earned a new paid IT internship in cyber security at Thomson Reuters in Richmond for the summer; it will be year two for him there.

(126) Rachel Ajibolade (MISY major) earned a full-time position for after graduation in December as a IT Consultant at Capgemini in D.C.

(127) Paris Cort (Accounting major) earned the Virginia Society of CPA’s Accounting Excellence Scholarship for the year.

(128) Kire’ Worley (Accounting major) shadowed Victor Branch (President & CEO) of Bank of America in Richmond.

(129) Erica Pickens (MISY major) participated in the IBM Hackathon in Raleigh.

(130) Kyla Best (Marketing major), Bethelhem Beza (MISY major), Robert Dixon (Management major), Darius Fair (MISY major), TreNique Phillips (Management major), Destiny Smith (Accounting major), Bryana Thomas (Marketing major), Miesha Webb (Accounting major), and Destini Woods (Management/HR major) volunteered at Walnut Hill Elementary School in Petersburg and tutored children as part of Career Launch Giving Back Week.

(131) Aiyana Glover (Marketing major and May 18 grad) accepted a Sales Consultant position at IBM in Atlanta; Aiyana was working as a senior manager at Perdue in Prince George.

(132) Hirut Sheta (Marketing major) interviewed for a summer internship with Google.

(133) Kiara Sharpe (Marketing major) interviewed for a full-time position for after graduation at Apex.

(134) Liz Mosley (Marketing minor) interviewed for a full-time position as a news reporter at NBC12.

(135) Fifteen students in Investments hosted Victor Branch (President & CEO) of Bank of America’s Richmond Market in the classroom.  A big thanks to Steve Holeman for his hospitality!

(136) Manny Saunders (Management major) and Angelina Smith (Management major) participated in a Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce networking event with fifty businesses.

(137) Shamara Russell (Accounting major and 17 grad) earned a new position as an Audit Associate at Brown, Edwards & Company in Newport News; Shamara had been at Dixon, Hughes and Goodman and before that at KPMG.

(138) Aneja Padgett (Marketing major and May 18 grad) has been admitted to graduate school at LIM College in New York City to study fashion.

(139) Mahogany Smith (Management/HR major and December 17 grad) earned a full-time position as a Recruiter at Aerotech in New York City not terribly far from her home.

(140) Aishata Wann (Accounting major) earned a paid internship as a Tax Preparer at Liberty Tax in Colonial Heights.

(141) Kire’ Worley (Accounting major) so impressed the folks at Bank of America yesterday in his shadow visit that he was offered a full-time position as a Wealth Manager for after graduation next month.

(142) Manny Saunders (Management major) participated in a retirement celebration for Penny McPherson (VP) at Wells Fargo attended by thirty businesses and was the guest of Carroll Swenson (President & CEO) of Wells Fargo.

(143) Essence Bridges (Marketing minor) participated in the Women in Business Luncheon as a guest of Pam Allen (Owner of Accel Talent & Development) at the Petersburg Country Club.

(82) Marcus Lowery (Marketing major) participated all week i

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