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Kevin Dyer (BSBA ’87) | May 2021

Dyer (BSBA 1987) is Vice President with Goldman Sachs. He has been in the investment business since 1987, with the last 17 years being at Goldman Sachs. He leads a team that looks after north of $2 billion for a small number of wealthy families. He is married to Stephanie (27 years) and has 3 kids, Blake (UF ’20), Allison (Boston College ’21) and Sophia (13 years old).  Connect with him on LinkedIn. 

David Seifer

David Seifer (BSBA ’94, MBA ’98, JD ’98) | May 2021

Seifer (BSBA 1994, MBA 1998, JD 1998), a corporate attorney, has moved his practice to Bilzin Sumberg, after 22 years at Stearns Weaver Miller. Based in Miami, Seifer is a Partner in the firm. Seifer’s corporate law practice focuses on capital raising (both private and public securities offerings), mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, life sciences, technology, financial institutions, hospitality, and complex commercial contract negotiation.

Thomas Mardal winds up to make his hammer throw during a track and field event.

Hammer Time: UF’s Mardal has quietly nailed his throwing legacy

The Heavener School of Business student and Norwegian Thomas Mardal’s (BSBA ’21) journey from Gloppen to Gainesville will end with a lot of school records, and maybe even a trip to the beach. Read on about Mardal and how he’s spent the past three-plus years concentrating on two things — getting a degree in business management and throwing heavy objects in this story from The Gainesville Sun. 

Nelly Wilson poses for a photo on a bike in front of Google's office in Austin.

How did you get your job at Google?

Lord: This is gonna get edited out. I’m in a kid’s band and we played the little kid stage. Austin Kiddie Limits not really the Austin City Limits, but I’m still on the t-shirt. I opened up for the The Cure, why not? Wilson: That’s fantastic. Hey, nobody needs to know the second part. Just the first part. Lord: Right, yeah, we’ll leave the first part in. “We are Warrington” is a new podcast that helps young business leaders discover

Jacob Schuster poses with his graduation cap next to an alligator statue.

Student Spotlight: Jacob Schuster

Jacob Schuster (BSBA ’20, MS Marketing ’21) will be among the first batch of students graduating from the Master of Science Marketing program this spring. After graduation, he goes to work at Oracle in Austin. Congratulations, Jacob!  Q: Tell us about your background. Schuster: “I graduated from undergrad at UF in just three years with a bachelor’s in marketing in 2020. Currently finishing my master’s in marketing in spring 2021. I will be a part of the first ever class

Chris Meyer stands in front of a digital sign in New York City that reads 'Congratulations Christopher Meyer on your appointment as Chief Financial Officer" with the Blooming' Brands logo and NASDAQ logo.

Bloomin’ into a CFO

For Chris Meyer (BSBA ’94, MBA ’03), the University of Florida felt like home. While North Palm Beach was his family’s base, his brother Geoff (BDes Arch ‘84, MArch ’86) was a UF student when Meyer was in his high school years. After visiting Geoff in Gainesville on multiple occasions, Meyer knew UF was the place for him. Like many other UF students before him, while choosing UF was simple, deciding what he wanted to study was a challenge. “At

View of Heavener Hall with a 40 Gators Under 40 logo to the right with five small photos of the award recipients.

Five Warrington alumni named among 2021 40 Gators Under 40

The Warrington College of Business was well represented on the third annual 40 Gators Under 40 list with five Business Gators named as honorees.   Presented by the University of Florida Alumni Association, the 40 Gators Under 40 honors alumni who are going greater in their communities and professions, continuing the tradition of the Outstanding Young Alumni event, which honored alumni achievements that positively impacted The Gator Nation from 2006-2018. Of the Warrington alumni named to the list, two are graduates

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Timothy Hartung II (BSBA ’20, MIB ’21) | April 2021

Hartung (BSBA 2020, MIB 2021) is moving to Charlotte, NC to start his career at Bank of America as a Financial Management Analyst.  Connect with him on LinkedIn. 

Antonella Spinatto, Jackson Budnik, Prea Rahman, Alayzia Harris

Virtual event highlights the importance of diversity in the workplace

Students from across the Warrington College of Business and UF were invited to a new event from Business Career Services designed to showcase the importance of diversity in the workplace. Over the three-night event, called Diversity in the Workplace, students had the opportunity to hear from Dr. “Bowtie” Todd Jenkins on why inclusivity is important to everyone, a team from Proctor & Gamble (P&G) on how diversity influences their business decisions, Margo Downs on creating inclusive workplaces and a game

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Jinesh Gheewala (BSBA ’20) | April 2021

Gheewala (BSBA 2020) recently graduated from UF and is now working full time as a Middle Market Banking Financial Analyst at Wells Fargo in Charlotte, NC.  Connect with Gheewala on LinkedIn.