A mathematician at heart, Andrea Sellars wanted to become an aeronautical engineer. However, before graduating from high school, she spoke with her cousin, a recent Georgia State graduate, who convinced her to pursue a degree in actuarial science, something she hadn’t even heard of until then. As she explored the field, she quickly understood that… more »
Frank Blount attributes much of his success as a business leader to a particular “soft skill” that he developed over the course of many years.
Gabi Zedlmayer has traveled the world as a vice president at Hewlett-Packard, but there are few places she loves as much as Atlanta.
Luis Planas initially wanted to be an accountant, and then The Coca-Cola Company uncovered his true passion.
Alba Adamo’s natural curiosity and desire to learn helped her grow from a hotel manager to a leader at Coca-Cola.
Jesús León was looking to expand his knowledge for business fundamentals when he signed up for the Executive MBA program at the Robinson College of Business.
Mac Nease began selling insurance as a way to pay his way through graduate school. Today he is the president of a successful firm that handles complex insurance issues.
Nancy Mansfield knew very early on that she was a teacher at heart. With her prestigious academic record and professional experience, she’s a bright spot among an award-winning faculty.
Connie and Ken McDaniel are successful accounting professionals with years of experience in the industry. They love GSU and the ability to share their knowledge with our students and alumni.
Gary Meggs helped create the Bermuda Scholarship Fund, which brings the best and brightest Bermudians to the GSU Risk Management & Insurance program.