The Business of Vacations

Summer is now in full-swing, and with it comes summer vacations. In fact, according to Generali Global Assistance, 68 percent of Americans plan to take a summer vacation this year, up from 61 percent in 2016. If you live in Florida, vacation options are plenty. From beaches to theme parks, the

Business Career Services expands to Heavener School

The Heavener School is taking the next step to ensure positive career outcomes for students. The Business Career Services office expanded at the start of the fall 2017 semester to offer dedicated programs and services for Heavener students in order to assist them in reaching their career goals. All undergraduate

UF announces largest fundraising campaign in university history

The University of Florida has undertaken the most ambitious fundraising campaign in its history to continue its rise as one of the nation’s leading public universities, UF officials announced on Friday, October 13 at an exciting campus event. The $3 billion initiative — tagged Go Greater —is among the largest active campaigns for a

University of Florida becomes first top ten ranked public institution in Florida

The University of Florida has become the first Florida school to be ranked in the top 10 best public universities, coming in at No. 9, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2018 Best Colleges rankings released in September. Overall, the University was ranked No. 42, and is the highest-ranking


Kellie Johnson and Streeter Lecka were married on Feb. 13 at The Cloister at Sea Island in Sea Island, Ga. Kellie is the Owner and President of Highland Drive Coaching where she serves a Personal Health Coach. Streeter is a Sports Photographer at Getty Images. The couple resides in Charlotte,


Skip recently retired after serving as President and Owner of HEH Associates, a marketing consulting firm in Wilton, Conn., he founded in 1979. Skip, who served in the U.S. Navy on the USS Independence and in the U.S. Marine Corps, previously worked at Union Carbide Corp.—a subsidiary of Dow Chemical—Corporate

Fisher School

Fisher School mourns loss of Ph.D. graduate

The Fisher School is saddened by the loss of Dr. Bryan Church (Ph.D. ’86), who passed away on April 29. His memorial service was held on May 6 in Kennesaw, Ga. He was 57 years old. Dr. Church served on the faculty at Georgia Tech and spent five years in

UF Retail in NYC Trip


The David F. Miller Retail Center took its annual spring break trip to immerse 20 students into the world of retail in New York City. The trip featured five days of touring retail stores, listening to lectures from company leadership, learning in fashion showrooms, and introducing students to jobs and

Point of Contact

We’ve all heard the saying, “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.” And it still rings true. Career advancement requires skills and smarts, but hiring managers can’t always see those qualities on résumés. That’s where your Warrington network can make a difference. There are more than 65,000 Warrington

The Interview: How to Interview for the Job You Want

Imagine showing up for a job interview. You’re immaculately dressed, you’ve done your research on the company, and you even know your interviewer’s favorite sports team. You think you’re ready for anything. And the first question is… “How many ping-pong balls fit in a Boeing 747?” The truth is you