Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Articles: page 1

Kimberly Stangle (BSBA) | September 2020

Stangle (BSBA) has joined the Florida High Tech Corridor Council (The Corridor Council) as business and operations manager, bringing over 20 years’ experience managing operations and finances for Florida organizations to support the economic development initiative of the University of Central Florida (UCF), the University of South Florida (USF) and the University of Florida (UF).

The biggest education company you’ve never heard of

Warrington alumnus Ethan Fieldman (BSBA ’03) shares about his journey from tutor at UF to starting Study Edge, which now serves a million students a month and has contracts with some 700 universities. Learn more about Fieldman and how his company facilitates learning for college and high school students in this story from Forbes. 

Ken Bruener (BSBA ’96, MBA ’03) | August 2020

Bruener (BSBA 1996, MBA 2003) was recently named President and CEO of NOUS Imaging, a medical imaging software company that created biofeedback – based MR quality improvement software, called Framewise Integrated Real-Time MRI Monitoring (FIRMM).  Bruener has more than 20 years of medical technology experience, including commercialization, business development and general management roles in the areas of neuro, spine, orthopedics and digital health. Bruener’s last position was President of Jan Medical where he worked closely with key leaders from across

Sydney Jamieson (BSBA ’14) | August 2020

Jamieson (BSBA 2014) is VP of Operations for iLS Network, parent company of the local Gainesville apartment search SwampRentals.com. She was recently named one of the National Apartment Association’s (NAA) 20 in Their Twenties.  Jamieson began her career in the apartment industry in Gainesville, Florida during college, as she was working toward a BSBA in marketing at the Warrington College of Business. Working as a Leasing Manager at a local apartment community, she discovered her passion for the apartment industry. Just

“I think I just emailed the entire university”

If you didn’t know the name James Martinez, or maybe James Martin (a moniker mistakenly bestowed upon him in one of the many, many reply all messages), before Monday, you likely do now. The Data Engineering Manager at UF IT skyrocketed to fame among the University of Florida community and beyond as the sender of the accidental mass email that he estimates was sent out to about 100,000-plus people. The email addressed an issue regarding lost access among certain IT professionals

Michael Hemlepp (BSBA ’02) | August 2020

Hemlepp (BSBA 2002) is CEO of Honorlock, an online proctoring service that is transforming how educational institutions protect academic integrity in online assessments.  Previously, he was the founder and CEO of Redilearning, which won a Gator100 award in 2015. The Gator100 honors the 100 fastest-growing, Gator-owned or Gator-led businesses in the world. He also served as co-owner, President and CFO at Alliance Care, a healthcare organization specializing in the delivery of integrated medical services, including rehabilitation, home health and physician services.   

Ryan Rothstein (BSBA ’97) | July 2020

Rothstein (BSBA 1997) was promoted to president and general manager of WPTZ-TV/WNNE-TV, the Hearst Television duopoly of NBC and CW affiliates serving the Burlington, Vermont/Plattsburgh, New York, television market. Previously, Rothstein served as general sales manager of WPBF-TV in West Palm Beach, Florida, starting in 2013. He is a 23-year WPBF veteran who has spent his entire career with Hearst Television. Rothstein interned at WPBF during his junior year at the University of Florida and joined the station full-time as

Joseph Camerlengo Jr. (BSBA ’91, JD ’94) | June 2020

Camerlengo (BSBA 1991, JD 1994) decided to focus and then specialize in representing the victims of tractor trailer, bus and CMV crashes by founding The Truck Accident Law Firm. Using his BSBA background, Camerlengo created the first boutique law firm specializing in tractor trailer crashes in Florida. Camerlengo was the first Florida attorney to achieve Board Certification in Truck Accident Law from the N.B.T.A. His firm lives their motto of “do one thing, and do it better than everyone else.”

Chuck Valence (BSBA ’95) | June 2020

Valence (BSBA 1995), along with his wife Cyndy, is the Broker/Owner of Valence Realty Group LLC, a boutique residential real estate company in the Orlando area, and serves the Central Florida community at large. Valence started selling real estate in Gainesville in 1994 while still in school and 26 years later is still passionate about helping people buy and sell homes! Designations/Certifications include: Luxury Home Specialist, Seller Representative Specialist, Distressed Property Expert, REO Specialist. Connect with him on LinkedIn. 

Orlando Gutiérrez (BSBA ’13) | June 2020

Gutiérrez (BSBA 2013) was named a 2020 MBA to Watch by Poets & Quants. Gutiérrez recently graduated with his MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He plans to enter the real estate investment and development industry.  Read more about Gutiérrez in his MBA to Watch profile.