MBA 2014 Articles: page 1

Brett Owens

Brett Owens (BA ’10, MSM ’11, MBA ’14, JD ’14) | February 2017

Brett (BA 2010, MSM 2011, MBA 2014, JD 2014)  has joined the Tampa office of Fisher Phillips, a national labor and employment law firm, as an Associate. Brett brings litigation and jury trial experience and will advise employers on a

Bill McHugh

Bill McHugh (MBA ’14) | August 2016

Bill (MBA 2014) was appointed Vice President and General Counsel for the Sea Island Company, which operates luxury, five-star resorts in the southeastern U.S. He previously served as Assistant General Counsel for Rayonier Advanced Materials, Inc., a leading global supplier

Bryan Williams (MBA ’14) | October 2015

Bryan (MBA 2014), the Executive Director of the Community Foundation of South Lake, was recently profiled in the Orlando Sentinel. He leads the organization’s fundraising efforts, which provide approximately $300,000 annually to nonprofits and individuals in the South Lake area

Wade Johnson, III (MBA ’14) | September 2015

Wade (MBA 2014) recently joined the law firm Broad and Cassel. Based in the firm’s Orlando office, Wade is an Associate in the Corporate and Securities Practice Group. He previously was a commercial litigation and real estate associate at Winderweedle,

Andrew Starling (BSBA ’11, MBA ’14, JD ’14) and Elyse Jasmund (BHS ’13, MHA ’15) | August 2015

Andrew (BSBA 2011, MBA 2014, JD 2014) and Elyse (BHS 2013, MHA 2015) were married May 30 at Knowles Memorial Chapel at Rollins College in Winter Park. Andrew is the Executive Manager of Starling Chevrolet Buick GMC in St. Cloud,

Christopher Pumo (MBA ’14) and Rob Waldbillig (BSAc ’13) | May 2015

Christopher (MBA 2014) and Rob (BSAc 2013) were recognized with the American Institute of CPAs 2014 Elijah Watt Sells Award, which is given to CPA candidates who obtained a cumulative average score above 95.50 across all four sections of the

Devon Grimmé (MBA ’14) | December 2014

Prometheon Pharma, where Devon (MBA 2014) serves as Director of Business Development, won the $10,000 grand prize in the MIT-CHIEF Business Plan Contest in Boston. The global health company has created a platform technology to allow large molecule drugs like