Author Archives | Whitney Hanlin

About Whitney Hanlin

I serve as the Assistant Director of Advancement and Alumni Relations for George Mason University’s School of Business. In my role, I seek to connect alumni and friends of the School of Business with a variety of projects and initiatives in an effort to support the mission of George Mason University.

Former MBA Student Association President Ruxandra Arustei, MBA ’11, Leaves Mark on MBA Program

December 10, 2014

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Many students pass through the Mason MBA program each year taking away new skills and experiences, but only a few make a lasting impact on the program for future students to come. Ruxandra Arustei, MBA ’11 was one student who did just that. As a full-time student, Arustei had the time and drive to do […]

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Prominent Patriot Chuck Schue, EMBA ’05, Navigates a Unique Career Path

December 4, 2014

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An expert in radio navigation systems, Charles “Chuck” Schue, Executive MBA ’05, has centered his life and his company around navigation. His contributions have led to major critical infrastructure and safety-of-life navigation system improvements. He has been involved in every major technological advance in global long range and enhanced long range navigation systems since 1975 […]

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Empowering Aspiring Businesswomen: Women in Business Initiative Chases Lofty Goals

December 1, 2014

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In November 2013, Dean’s Advisory Council member Kristina Bouweiri made a bold move by establishing a fund to support the work of Mason’s Women in Business Initiative.  Together with Guylaine Saint Juste, she took her philanthropy farther by building a consortium of prominent women willing and able to take the Initiative to the next level. […]

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Alumna Beth Casey Halley, MBA ’93, Named Among the 26 Smartest People in Health IT

November 26, 2014

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Technology is becoming a major force in the healthcare industry as providers scramble to not only meet government regulations but to provide the best care for their patients in the most efficient way possible. Here are 26 of the health IT industry’s brightest leaders. Disclaimer: List selections were made through an editorial review process, and people […]

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Dean Nutter Named to the Washington Business Journal’s 2014 Class of Women Who Mean Business

November 24, 2014

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In February Sarah Nutter was selected dean of the School of Business at George Mason University after serving as acting dean since May 2013.  The accounting professor is also a former Internal Revenue Service economist.  When not working in the academic world, she does Christian missionary work in Africa. Who was your mentor? My parents […]

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