Berry grad lands position as investment analyst

Nick O’Connor, a 2018 grad, credits much of his success to the experiences he gained at Berry through the student work program. As an accounting and finance major with a German minor, Nick worked as part of the Berry Student Enterprises Support Team in accounting and was promoted to team lead by his junior year.

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Berry alumna named one of Forbes’ 30-Under-30 Social Entrepreneurs

Berry alumna and founder of The African SOUP Brin Enterkin (a 2012 grad) has been named one of Forbes’ 2018 30-Under-30 Social Entrepreneurs. While at Berry, Brin worked in Uganda with micro-financing. She met Micheal Kaidhiwa and they decided to work together to lift communities out of poverty.

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Jessica Gross (17C) took her go-getter spirit to New York City where she works as a financial analyst

Never one to slow down, 2017 Berry grad Jessica Gross is now an analyst for the hedge fund solutions team, BlackRock Alternative Advisers in New York City. Jessica, a double major in finance and business management, polished her leadership skills at Berry as a member of the Leadership Fellows, Student Government Association, the Vikettes dance team and several honor societies.

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Associate Professor of Economics and Co-Director of the Honors Program Lauren Heller

Dr. Heller had “Unconventional Wisdom: Estimating the Economic Impact of the Democratic and Republican National Political Conventions” accepted for publication in Papers in Regional Science. The paper, which has received coverage in the Cleveland Plain Dealer, U.S. News and World Report, and other media outlets, is co-authored with Victor Matheson of Holy Cross and Professor of Economics Frank Stephenson.

Professor of Economics Frank Stephenson

Dr. Stephenson’s “Bootleggers, Baptists, and Beer Labels” was recently published in Regulation and the article was also quoted in the Chicago Tribune.

Associate Professor of Management Saba Colakoglu

Dr. Colakoglu and her co-authors were winners of the Best Paper in International Human Resource Management Award in 2016 selected by the Human Resource Management Division of the Academy of Management. They were presented with their award at the Academy of Management Meeting in Anaheim, Calif. The paper that won the award is “Involvement work systems and operational effectiveness: Exploring the moderating effect of national power distance” and was published in the premier journal in international business, Journal of International Business Studies. 

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