2022 Articles: page 1

Chloe Stanton (BSBA ’22) | July 2022

Stanton (BSBA 2022) is a founding member of Abilitare, formerly BrainForce, a company that empowers the disabled by providing hands-free operation of phones and computers to those who cannot use their upper limbs through head-wearables (either glasses or earpieces) containing

Megan Skaggs

Megan Skaggs (MSE ’22) | June 2022

Skaggs (MSE ’22) is the recipient of the NIL Summit Athlete Advocate of the Year Award.  She created the Tiny Bow Project to raise money for 10 charities by selling a tiny-bow ribbon pack, autographed cards and a personalized video

Kathleen Hudon (MBA ’20) | May 2022

Kathleen Hudon graduated from the UF MBA program in 2020 and currently serves as the Director of Student Affairs at Pensacola State College. Because in-person graduations were cancelled in 2020 due to the pandemic, Hudon returned to Gainesville to participate

Bryan Walker

Bryan Walker (BSBA ’22) | May 2022

Walker (BSBA 2022) recently graduated from the Warrington College of Business, and is moving to Charlotte, North Carolina to join Wells Fargo Securities in its Asset Backed Finance group while working on the Corporate Debt Finance desk. “I am thankful

Justin West

Justin West (MBA ’22) | May 2022

West (MBA 2022) is the First Vice President Regional Manager of the Orlando and Jacksonville markets for Marcus & Millichap. He joined the firm in 2010 after owning a commercial real estate firm for three years, prior to which he was

Tom Bruger and Nicky Bruger

Tom Bruger (MBA ’21) & Nicole Bruger (MBA ’22) | April 2022

Tom Bruger (MBA 2021) & Nicole Bruger (MBA 2022) are the co-founders of Digital Twin Marine, a maritime services company that uses cutting edge tools and techniques to build 3D As-Built models of ships. Nicole serves as CEO and Tom

Julia Close

Julia Close (MBA ’22) | April 2022

Dr. Close (MBA ’22) is a professor of medicine in the Division of Hematology and Oncology at the University of Florida. Dr. Close is also the Senior Associate Dean of Graduate Medical Education and the Designated Institutional Official (DIO) for the