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2022 40 Gators Under 40 list features seven Warrington alumni

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The fourth annual 40 Gators Under 40 had a strong showing of Business Gators, with seven alumni from the Warrington College of Business selected for the annual listing presented by the University of Florida Alumni Association.

The 40 Gators Under 40 honors alumni who are going greater in their communities and professions, continuing the tradition of the Outstanding Young Alumni event, which honored alumni achievements that positively impacted The Gator Nation from 2006-2018.

Of the Warrington alumni named to the list, three are graduates of the Heavener School of Business, one is a UF MBA graduate, another earned a Master of Science in Management, and two are graduates of the Thomas S. Johnson Master of Science in Entrepreneurship, with one of them also holding an undergraduate degree from the Fisher School of Accounting.

Read more about the outstanding alumni representing the Warrington College of Business on the 2022 40 Gators Under 40 list.

John Dicks

John Dicks (BA ’06, MBA ’10, JD ’10)

Dicks is a partner at Akerman LLP, in Tampa, where he practices litigation, land use and bankruptcy. In the legal community, Dicks is known as a results-oriented, outside-the-box problem-solver. His wide litigation experience encompasses business litigation, contract disputes, fraud, fraudulent transfer, D&O litigation, real estate litigation, landlord/tenant disputes, judgment collection, employment and banking disputes. He also has significant appellate experience. He is chair of the statewide Ag Innovation Working Group and vice chair of the Florida State Fair Authority and is always willing to handle matters pro bono for local charitable organizations. In addition to practicing law, Dicks has published two children’s books and a collection of poetry.

Cameron MacMillan

Cameron MacMillan (BSAc ’07, MSE ’09)

MacMillan co-founded two companies after graduating from UF’s entrepreneurship master’s program: Raise the Village brought him to Africa to help villages, and the other, RotoGrinders.com, sold for $60 million in 2021. Now, he focuses on angel investing, philanthropy and generally giving back. RotoGrinders.com is the leading community and content provider for Daily Fantasy Sports and Sports Betting. Its 150-plus staff produce content on SiriusXM, online TV shows and dozens of written articles daily. MacMillan is a repeat donor to P4H Global, the First Tee Foundation of Tennessee, The Love McKinley Foundation, Susan G. Komen for Breast Cancer and is a Bull Gator.

Dominique McLeggan-Brown

Dominique McLeggan-Brown (BA ’07, MSE ’08)

McLeggan-Brown is an attorney for the U.S. Economic Development Administration, where she helps communities experiencing distress reach economic equity and resiliency by promoting innovation and funding infrastructure that attracts business growth. As a member of EDA’s legal team, she advises on university centers, business incubators, broadband and water infrastructure projects across the country. Prior to her current role, she served as an attorney for the Public Interest Counsel at the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, where she was an advocate for the protection of Texans’ environmental and human health interests. She is the founder of The Sisters in Law, LLC, an online platform for minority women in the legal profession to share experiences, reflections and advice to inspire the next generation of young attorneys.

Greg Mondshein

Greg Mondshein (BSTEL ’04, MSM ’05)

Mondshein is co-founder and managing partner of SourceCode Communications, one of AdWeek’s Fastest Growing Agencies and PRWeek’s 2020 Boutique Agency of the Year. Known for his no-ego, no-excuses approach, Mondshein has an unparalleled ability to build trusted relationships with clients and teams. For more than 15 years, he has worked with technology companies with bold, creative campaigns and grown some of the world’s most notable technology PR firms.

Jennifer Reissman

Jennifer Reissman (BSBA ’03)

Reissman is CMO at Seacoast Bank, one of the largest community banks in Florida. She is responsible for strategic planning, marketing and public relations, and leads a team focused on driving customer acquisition, deepening customer relationships and protecting the company’s brand. In 2021, American Banker named her to its Most Powerful Women in Banking Next list, which celebrates women who are 40 and under and whose achievements have set them apart within their companies and the industry.

Brandon White

Brandon White (BSBA ’10, JD ’13)

White is a partner at Holland & Knight LLP focusing on privacy, data security and consumer litigation. He was recently named a Rising Star by Florida Super Lawyers and a Top 40 under 40 attorney by the National Black Lawyers Association. White also supports the UF legal community by serving on the UF Law Alumni Council. During his time at UF, he was president of the Theta Sigma Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. and a leader in student government. As an acknowledgment of his commitment to the UF community, he received the John Kinzer Award for Outstanding Service and was inducted into the UF Hall of Fame.

Monica Dozer-Wilson

Monica Wilson Dozier (BSBA ’07, JD ’10)

Wilson Dozier is co-chair of Bradley’s Renewable Energy Practice Group. She represents contractors, subcontractors, developers and engineers in utility-scale renewable energy projects, focusing on risk mitigation and dispute avoidance throughout the development, construction, operation and maintenance phases of projects. She has significant experience with utility-scale energy developers and contractors, including drafting and negotiation of EPC agreements and subcontracts for utility-scale projects around the world. From contract negotiation to project management through operation and maintenance of energy projects, Wilson Dozier is committed to her clients’ successes.