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School of Business Alumni Chapter Elects New Board

The results are in!   Annual elections for the School of Business Alumni Chapter Board saw the largest voter participation to date. It was a global affair with votes submitted by alumni in five countries outside the US (Germany, Qatar, Canada, Turkey, Australia).   The new Alumni Chapter Board includes President Elect: Sumeet Shrivastava, Executive […]

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Lisa Featherngill of Abbot Downing Named Top 50 Women in Wealth Management

Lisa Featherngill, head of Planning for Abbot Downing based in Winston-Salem, has been named to Private Asset Management’s 50 Most Influential Women in Private Wealth.  Featherngill, a 30-year veteran in the wealth industry, was recognized for her expertise and contribution in wealth transfer, family education and financial administration in the May edition of the magazine.   […]

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Alumni Service Award Presented to Michael Gallagher [Video]

The George Mason University Alumni Association annually recognizes outstanding alumni at the Celebration of Distinction. This year, Michael Gallagher MBA ’94 is the recipient of the 2015 Alumni Service Award. A segment of Gallagher’s thank you speech can be found below. “I’m not a joiner, and I never have been. In fact I’m too often embarrassed when […]

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Dominion Gives $50,000 to Support Student Entrepreneurship at Mason

The George Mason University School of Business Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship serves as a central hub for entrepreneurship education and innovation activity, providing space and mentorship for students across George Mason University. In its first year, the center’s Mason Innovation Lab has welcomed and supported numerous successful entrepreneurial ventures from a new beverage product […]

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Volkswagen Pledges $250,000 to School of Business

With a culture deeply rooted in corporate giving and community involvement, the Volkswagen Group of America understands that the future success of a community depends largely on the education of our young people today. Realizing the potential of the business students at George Mason University, the Volkswagen Group of America has recently pledged $250,000 to […]

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