March 2023 Wire Articles: page 1

Dom DeSantiago

Warrington College of Business mourns the loss of associate director of Fisher School of Accounting Dominique DeSantiago

It is with deep sadness that the University of Florida Warrington College of Business shares the loss of Dominique “Dom” DeSantiago. The former associate director for Fisher School of Accounting passed away on February 23. He was 63 years old.

Lezlee Westine

Building bipartisan bridges

In the years since Lezlee Westine (BSBA ’82) graduated from the University of Florida, she has held leadership positions in the tech hub of Silicon Valley to the country’s government seat in Washington, D.C. No matter the industry focus, Westine

Ali Welch, Juliette Welch, Buddy Welch, James Welch

Alumni on the Rise – Ali Thompson Welch

Ali Thompson Welch (BSBA ‘13) is a problem solver. She believes in helping the consumer, discovering an issue and facing it head on.  Welch grew up in Lakeland and earned her bachelor’s in business administration from the University of Florida

Tara Blythe is featured at a Female Executives in Tech conference.

Empathy is the key to successful leadership

On National Leadership Day, we caught up with Tara Blythe (BSBA ‘02), Chief People Officer for Infotech, Inc. She has over 20 years of leadership experience in the areas of organizational strategy and workforce development. We asked her to share

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12 Must-read books for business professionals

Motivated to learn more about business and get ahead in your career? University of Florida Warrington College of Business faculty and staff recommend valuable books to read for students and business professionals. The Miracle Morning: The Not-So-Obvious Secret Guaranteed to

Relaxed calm business woman take deep breath of fresh air resting with eyes closed at work in home office. Doing office yoga and meditating with closed eyes.

Practicing mindfulness can reduce the emotional ups and downs of your workday

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Have you ever come into your office in a great mood, ready for a productive day, only to have your attitude flip to dread when you open your inbox or are asked to join a meeting last