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Trip Miller

RICHARD A. “TRIP” MILLER, III (MBA ’00)

Miller is the founder and managing partner at Gullane Capital Partners, and was recently featured as an expert on CNBC. He is a frequently quoted and trusted source for financial market news, also having been featured in Barron’s, USA Today, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times,

Andrew Daechsel

ANDREW DAECHSEL (BSBA ’12)

Daechsel has joined Carlton Fields as an attorney in the firm’s Property and Casualty Insurance Practice Group. His practice focuses on insurance coverage.

Kelley Godfrey

KELLEY GODFREY (BSBA ’12)

Godfrey joined Carlton Fields as an attorney in the firm’s Property and Casualty Insurance Practice Group. Her practice focuses on insurance services and coverage issues, including the defense of breach of contract and bad faith claims.

Jorge de la Osa

JORGE DE LA OSA (BSBA ’92)

De la Osa was named Executive Vice President and Chief Legal and Compliance Officer of Bluegreen Vacations, a leading vacation ownership company. He will serve as chief counsel and advisor to the company’s Board of Directors and executive leadership team and oversee the company’s day-to-day legal operations and compliance program.

GSIF gives back to scholarship program

The Gator Student Investment Fund (GSIF) made a $9,500 donation to the Machen Florida Opportunity Scholars Program this spring. Last year, the fund announced it would be making annual payments through an endowment-like structure that pays three percent of the portfolio value to the Florida Opportunity Scholars Program, which pursues

Kelly Stotler

KELLY STOTLER (BSBA ’92, MBA ’99)

Stotler was hired as Director at Capitala Group’s newest office in Manhattan. In his role, Stotler will focus on sourcing, executing and monitoring new transactions for Capitala. He brings over 15 years of middle market loan origination, underwriting and portfolio management experience. Prior to Capitala, he was Managing Director –

Agree to Disagree: Why Teams Perform Better with Divergent Perspectives

COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Team members aren’t always going to agree with leaders’ goals and strategies — but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. In certain circumstances, having disagreement among teams, and the discourse that this disagreement elicits, can translate into success for certain types of teams who are tackling

Sean Limon in class

5 things to know about an Executive MBA

You already have a successful career and are making a difference in your industry. But that thought has always been in the back of your mind – Should you go back to school and get your Executive MBA? It’s the question many c-suite members are considering, and many don’t understand

The Entire Economy Is MoviePass Now. Enjoy It While You Can.

In order for a business to be successful, you’d assume it would have to sell its goods and services above its costs, right? According to Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay R. Ritter, 76 percent of the companies that went public last year were unprofitable on a per-share basis. Spotify lost $1.5

Dean Robinson

DEAN FOREMAN (MA ’92, Ph.D. ’95)

In December 2017, Foreman was appointed the Chief Economist at the American Petroleum Institute based in Washington, D.C.