Success didn’t come easily for Bené Scarves founder Michelle Blue (BBA ’13). What helped her along the way, she said, were eight principles that allowed her to persevere and succeed against long odds.
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Terry FYI

Terry FYI is a periodic newsletter for alumni and others affiliated with the Terry College of Business.


March 2017


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8 success hacks from Bené Scarves founder Michelle Blue

Success didn’t come easily for Bené Scarves founder Michelle Blue (BBA ’13). What helped her along the way, she told audience members at the inaugural Terry Women’s Initiative Student Conference in February, were eight principles that allowed her to persevere and succeed against long odds.


MAR 06 | Executive Programs: Transition to Manager: A One-Week Boot Camp — Atlanta, GA
MAR 07 | Master of Internet Technology Program Informational Webinar
MAR 07 | Terry Executive & Professional MBA Programs After-Work Information Session in Buckhead — Atlanta, GA
MAR 16 | Terry Third Thursday: Dennis Lockhart, Former President & CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta — Atlanta, GA
MAR 16 | JD/MBA Information Session
MAR 17 | Full-Time MBA Program Overview: Webinar
MAR 20 | Full-Time MBA Campus Visit Day
MAR 21 | Building Terry in Your Town — Denver, Colo.
MAR 21 | Executive Programs: Certified Financial Planner™ — Atlanta, GA
MAR 24 | Terry Leadership Speaker Series: Benjamin Watson (BBA '03), Pro Football Player and Author
MAR 24 | TEDxUGA 2017: Spectrum
MAR 27 | Terry Alumni Mentor Program Spring Social
MAR 29 | Master of Internet Technology Program Informational Webinar

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Shreya Ganeshan



Shreya Ganeshan

Foundation Fellow Shreya Ganeshan is focused on clean energy innovation and deployment. In addition to studying abroad in the Netherlands, Washington, D.C., and Australia, the economics and statistics major has left her mark on several campus groups that have made an impact in the community and beyond.

Jeff Humphreys



Multicultural Economy

In 2016, U.S. Hispanic buying power was larger than the gross domestic product of Mexico, according to the Selig Center’s latest Multicultural Economy Report. That’s just one of the telling statistics that illustrates how U.S. minority groups are gaining unprecedented economic clout.


Terry grad’s business tops 2017 Bulldog 100

The UGA Alumni Association recognized the 100 fastest-growing companies owned or operated by UGA alumni during the Bulldog 100 Celebration in Atlanta. The top prize went to Chicken Salad Chick, helmed by president and CEO Scott Deviney (BBA ’95), who received his degree in economics from the Terry College in 1995.

11 inspiring insights from Terry Third Thursday

For nearly two decades, the Terry Third Thursday breakfast speaker series in Atlanta has brought provocative and entertaining speakers to Atlanta to share their stories and successes. Here are 11 of our favorite insights from the TTT archive.

Terry Women’s Initiative receives national recognition

The Terry Women's Initiative was commended as an “innovation that inspires” by AACSB International, the largest business education network and accrediting organization in the world.

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