Four University of Florida Hall of Fame inductees.

Four Warrington students inducted into UF Hall of Fame

The University of Florida inducted four students from the Warrington College of Business into the Hall of Fame this year.

Induction into the university’s Hall of Fame is the highest recognition given to student leaders at the University of Florida. Accepting applications annually, the UF Hall of Fame is reserved for students who have shown superior leadership and achievement through their activities and scholarship while members of the university’s community. Only 25 outstanding graduating seniors, graduate or professional school students across the university are recognized each year.

Emma Carter (BA ’23, BA ’23, MSM ’24), Olivia Green (BSBA ’24, BA ’24), Reagan McGurk (BSBA ’23, MSMAR ’24) and Sazzad Mabud (BA ’24, MSM ’25) stood out for their remarkable academic performance and service to the university and its community to receive this honor. The Business Gators were especially lauded for their leadership, as several have held positions of authority on campus and received awards for professional and academic achievements.

Emma Carter is a double gator with dual degrees in history and criminology. Currently, she is earning her Master of Science in Management (MSM) degree and is set to graduate this year. While at the University of Florida, she has served as president of her sorority, University of Florida Homecoming general chair and president of Florida Blue Key, the oldest and most prestigious student leadership honor society in the state of Florida. Her success in these programs has primed her to launch into a career in business management.

Olivia Green is also earning a dual education and will graduate with degrees in finance and economics this year. She is the student body president and a trustee at the University of Florida and a Florida Blue Key inductee. Previously, she also served as senate president of the university, president of her sorority and completed multiple internships with insurance and political organizations. After graduation, she plans to work in financial law, specifically with mergers and acquisitions.

Reagan McGurk is completing the combination MS Marketing program this year. During her time at the University of Florida, she has completed multiple sales and strategy internships and been involved with the American Marketing Association, Florida Blue Key, UF Student Government, Homecoming and Gator Growl and Tri Delta sorority. She is also a representative within the UF Alumni Association. With her experience in sales and marketing, she anticipates beginning a role in sales at Proctor and Gamble after graduation.

Sazzad Mabud, another combination student, completes his degree in political science this year and will graduate with his MSM degree next year. He is an honored member of the Reitz Scholar cohort and has received multiple awards from the University of Florida, including Student Government’s Cabinet Chair of the Year award and the Executive Council Member of the Year award from the University of Florida’s Interfraternity Council as vice president of finance. With a focus in data and artificial intelligence, he is prepared to enter a full-time analyst position with Wells Fargo’s Commercial Banking Development program.

On behalf of the Warrington College of Business, congratulations to our esteemed students!