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Cox S c h o o l o f B us i n e ss

Scott Walker Albert C. Black, Jr.

Fall 2010

Lisbeth McNabb

Angela Dominguez

Entrepreneurs on the move

Andy Nguyen

With backgrounds as diverse as the Fortune 500 to the Marines, these innovators discuss how they honed their skills at Cox and what’s ahead

Are You an Entrepreneurial Thinker?

The Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship A Pioneer in Entrepreneurial Education

The Life of An Endowment

A Gift that Keeps On Giving


We’re one of the only business schools in the nation whose full-time, Executive and Professional MBA programs all rank in the top 20 according to leading business publications such as Bloomberg BusinessWeek, U.S. News & World Report and The Wall Street Journal. There’s no better place to start your journey than the Cox School of Business. Information Sessions: 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

2010: 10/16, 11/6 2011: 1/29, 2/26, 3/26, 4/30, 5/21 Spring 2011 Professional MBA applications currently are being accepted. For more information, call 800.472.3622 or visit coxgrad.com.

SMU will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability or veteran status. SMU’s commitment to equal opportunity includes nondiscrimination on the basis of sexual orientation.


DEAN Albert W. Niemi, Jr. Assistant dean of external Relations, Executive director of the cox alumni association Kevin Knox Assistant Dean of Marketing & Communications and Managing Editor Lynda Welch Oliver Director of development Robin Maness Contributing editors Alicia Brown Andrea Hugg WRITERS Andrea Hugg Dave Moore Lynda Welch Oliver Mark Stuertz Jennifer Warren Photographers Karen Campbell Ren Morrison Dan Sellers

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Four on the Move

Cox taught these entrepreneurs invaluable lessons; now, others are learning from these leaders. By Dave Moore

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Are You an Entrepreneurial Thinker?

Jerry White and Scott Walker share five traits of successful business starters. By Mark Stuertz

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coxFrom the Dean

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from Dr. Lyle that makes it possible.

This fall, 1,482 freshmen enrolled

at SMU, the largest incoming class

You will meet some of the nation’s

in University history. As our stellar

top entrepreneurs, including Cox

reputation continues to grow, so does

Executive Board member Scott Walker,

the geographic diversity of the Cox

a self-described “serial entrepreneur.”

student body. Two-thirds of all pre-

Walker and Jerry White, director of the

business majors hail from outside

Caruth Institute, share their experience

Texas. Furthermore, the Cox BBA

and insight on what it takes to be an

Scholars program remains one of the

entrepreneurial thinker.

most competitive in the nation, with an

Along with Walker, we feature the

The George W. Bush Presidential

success stories of entrepreneurial Cox

Library is scheduled to break ground

graduates Albert C. Black, Jr., founder

on November 15. Cox Professor

and CEO of On-Target Supplies &

programs is on the rise as well. For

Maria Minniti, Bobby B. Lyle Chair

Logistics; Lisbeth McNabb, founder and

the first time ever, we have more than

in Entrepreneurship, is a worldwide

president of W2Wlink Communications;

1,000 graduate students enrolled in our

expert on gender and minority

Angela Dominguez, president of

masters programs this fall. This year’s

entrepreneurship. Her work directly

Renaissance Contractors Partnership;

full-time MBA program is the largest

ties into the Bush Institute’s outreach

and Andy Nguyen, MSE student and a

class in history, with 154 students,

to female entrepreneurs and women

U.S. Marine.

and enrollment remains strong for

in the Middle East. The Cox School is

our highly-ranked Professional MBA

partnering with the Institute on issues

staff, students and alumni, and the

and Executive MBA programs. The

including energy independence, global

generosity of our donors, SMU and the

Master of Science in Accounting (MSA)

markets and freedom and leadership

Cox School continue to gain prominence

program experienced a 60 percent

issues in the Texas public school system.

among the best universities and business

average SAT score of 1410 for the most recent incoming class. The demand for Cox graduate

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education, continues to gain recognition.

Through the hard work of our faculty,

increase in applications over the past

In this issue of CoxToday, we will

two years, and the Master of Science

focus on the rich history of the Caruth

continued support and hope to see you at

in Entrepreneurship (MSE), a unique

Institute for Entrepreneurship, including

one of our many upcoming events.

16-month program designed to address

Professor Minniti’s inspirational

the growing demand for entrepreneurial

work and the generous endowment

schools in the world. I appreciate your

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coxprogram News

coxprogram news

Undergraduate Programs

Cox BBA Student Receives Excellence in Education Awards Scholarship Joneesha Henderson, Porchia Obanor, Alicia Eddington, BBA advising assistant director, Farida Iqbal, Mia Byrd and Joston Benton

Cox BBA Students Take First Place at KPMG Case Competition

Wen-Shin Wang received a $2,500 Excellence in Education Awards scholarship presented by the Greater Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce. This scholarship is presented to Asian-American students who have demonstrated academic achievement, excellence in leadership and service to the Asian community. A triple major in marketing, electrical engineering and mathematics, Wang is scheduled to graduate in May 2011.

The SMU Cox National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) student team took first place at the national 2010 KPMG Case Competition in Houston this spring.  Comprised of three Cox undergraduate students and two incoming MSA students, the team competed against nine schools and was recognized at the banquet held during the NABA National Convention.

Esau Liu, Wen-Shin Wang

Sienna Palmer (JCPenney Outstanding Student Award), Brittney Roberts (Outstanding Marketing Student Award), Katherine Nevin, Kate VanHee, Laura Pitlik (Director of Marketing, Hostess Brands, Inc.), Seung Ju (James) Yoo, Sarah Blears, Marley Wing

BBA Students Presented with Distinguished Marketing Awards Distinguished and outstanding Cox BBA Marketing Scholar Awards are presented each spring based on academic performance, extracurricular activities, work experience and community service. This year, the Distinguished Marketing Student Awards were given to Sarah Blears, Katherine Nevin, Kate VanHee, Marley Wing and Seung Ju (James) Yoo. Brittney Roberts received the Outstanding Marketing Student Award.

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Cox Hosts Uplift Academy for Fifth Year For the fifth year, Cox hosted ninth-grade students from Uplift Academy for their high school orientation. Staff members from Cox BBA Admissions planned the orientation that included speakers, a campus tour and creative presentations. This year’s theme was “Coca-Cola: Using the Soda Industry To Understand Academic College Majors.” Various schools from SMU participated in the presentations, sharing the value of higher education with the youth in this program.

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coxprogram News

Undergraduate Programs

New Entrepreneurship Class Created for BBA Students

BBA Marketing Majors Kick Off Internship Program

A new class focusing on entrepreneurial opportunities launched this fall. The course, led by Maria Minniti, professor and Bobby B. Lyle Chair in Entrepreneurship, teaches BBA students to recognize and evaluate entrepreneurial opportunities in a variety of settings. Structured as a seminar, the course requires active student participation through guest speaker presentations, case preparation and class discussion.

Cox is now one of the few schools in the country to require a marketing internship of all BBA marketing majors. The internship involves a classroom component and a minimum of 100 work hours in the marketing industry, allowing students to gain real-world experience and boost their credentials. This summer, the first group of Cox marketing majors successfully completed internships at Sewell Automotive, Town of Taos and other organizations.

Graduate Programs

Michael Segrest of Silver Creek Ventures; First Place winners John Sullivan, Will Thomas, Chris Garrick; and John Adler of Silver Creek Ventures

EMBA Business Plan Showcases Budding Entrepreneurs Each year Executive MBA (EMBA) students participate in an entrepreneurship course in which they are required to create a business plan. This year, four teams were selected for the annual EMBA Business Plan Competition. Silver Creek Ventures, a venture capital firm, judged the competition. Prize money totaling $10,000 was awarded to the winning presentations. In April, Chris Garrick, John Sullivan and Will Thomas won $5,000 for TruMed Diagnostics. David Goodman and Gilbert Molinar won $2,500 for Golf Edge. Gilbert Hernandez and Byron Lipper won $1,500 for Total Performance Asset Management, and Annette Mosley, Benjamin Kuntz and Brian Williams won $1,000 for Optimal EDU.

Curriculum Changes and New Concentrations Begin This Fall Starting this fall, Cox students may select two new concentrations: tax for MSA students and real estate for MBA students. In addition, the marketing concentration requirement for MBA students has been revised to consist of a new core course curriculum, three foundation courses and at least two (of four) functional courses.

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Graduate Programs

Cox Hosts Executive MBA Southwest Regional Conference SMU Cox hosted the Executive MBA Council Southwest Regional Conference this summer. EMBA representatives from A&M, Baylor, Rice, TCU, UT, UTA, UTD and UNM attended. Tom Perkowski, assistant dean of the Cox EMBA program, facilitated the conference which focused on the rewards and challenges of teaching EMBA students. Special guest speakers included Joe Stallard, senior vice president of human resources and training at Sewell Automotive Companies, and Brian Robbins, SMU associate professor of wellness.

Cox Executive MBA Students Learn the Meaning of Teamwork SMU Cox Class of 2011 Executive MBA students had a chance to spend a day at Stony Ranch Ropes Challenge Course in order to help them better understand the benefits of teamwork in study groups.

Ray Hunt, Scott Rolseth, Miguel Molina and Adi Garg

Ray Hunt Speaks to Executive MBA Class of 2011 Ray Hunt was a guest speaker for the EMBA Class of 2011. He shared the five key factors that make a successful organization, and commented on current topics including the BP oil spill. www.cox.smu.edu

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coxprogram News

Graduate Programs

MBA Students Presented with Best Small Business of the Year The Greater Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Gala recently recognized notable accomplishments by Asian-American entrepreneurs and business leaders. SMU Cox MBA student Yuke Wang received the recognition of Best Small Business of the Year for his company, Dallas Best Mortgage. Wang is a joint JD/MBA student and is scheduled to graduate in 2011.

MBA Students Selected as the First Marketing Scholars at SMU Cox Five MBA marketing students were recently selected as the first Marketing Scholars in the MBA Marketing Scholars program. As part of the program, Andrew Boyett, Stephanie Chan, K.C. Choudhary, Rob Cohen and Kevin Zentmeyer received prestigious scholarships. Selection for the MBA Marketing Scholars program is based on academic achievement, work experience, marketing knowledge and communication skills, as revealed through student applications and a panel interview.

Dallas Mayor Tom Leppert, Linda Kao, Lynne and Yuke Wang

Executive Education

Executive Education Hosts Ninth Annual Summer Business Institute The Summer Business Institute is an innovative, month-long certificate program designed to give nonbusiness majors instruction in accounting, marketing, business and other topics. This year, the program was attended by SMU nonbusiness majors as well as students from schools across the nation. The students attended field trips to places such as the Dallas Cowboys Stadium and The Richards Group. In addition, Mark Nerenhausen, former president and CEO of the AT&T Performing Arts Center, spoke about the art of business. The 10th Annual Summer Business Institute will be held May 31 through June 24, 2011.

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Executive Education

Cox Executive Education Introduces Exceptional Business Strategy Program

Executives Learn the Art of Negotiation through Cox Executive Education

SMU Cox Executive Education welcomed participants to the newest program offering, “Exceptional Business Strategy,” during the spring term. Jim Kindley, David T. Lei and Simon Mak taught this two-day course, which included the core principles and processes that drive effective planning and powerful skills that can be implemented immediately.

Executives from the insurance, energy, apparel, pharmaceutical, nonprofit industries and government agencies gathered to learn the art of negotiation with the gain-gain approach presented by Professor Robin L. Pinkley. This powerful two-day course was designed to enhance the understanding and skills to become a more effective negotiator.

Executive Education Offers Essentials of Finance & Accounting for Non-Financial Managers The program “Essentials of Finance & Accounting” was offered this spring by Executive Education. Designed to give participants a basic understanding of the accounting and finance concepts needed to assess the performance of their companies, this three-day program included participants from various industries around the country.

Centers of Excellence

SMU Cox MBAs Become Servant Leaders at the Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children Through a unique partnership between the Cox Business Leadership Center and the Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children (TSRHC), 40 Cox graduate students volunteered to conduct evaluations and deliver recommendations on nine consulting projects consisting of topics such as special events, security systems and marketing plans. Students divided into teams to analyze challenges and present suggested solutions to TSRHC management during this three-week program. For more information regarding the BLC TSRHC Consulting Program, please visit http://tiny.cc/CoxScottishRite.

Southwest Venture Forum Showcases Investment Panels The SMU Cox Southwest Venture Forum’s May program, “Angel Investing Update,” was delivered to a standing-room only audience at the Park City Club. The September program featured an expert panel on “Investing in Entrepreneurs: How Wealthy Families Do It.” More information can be found at www. swvf.org.

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Centers of Excellence

Business Leadership Center Recognizes Outstanding Students and Instructors Teaching Excellence Award recipients with Dean Niemi and Ed Cox.

This spring, Dean Al Niemi hosted the annual Edwin L. Cox BBA Leadership Institute (BLI) and Business Leadership Center (BLC) Awards Luncheon to honor and recognize Cox students and BLC instructors who earned awards during the 2009–2010 academic year. Ed Cox was an honored guest at this event. Thirteen Cox graduate students were recognized as Cox Distinguished Business Leaders, an honor achieved by participating in 20 or more BLC seminars. Thirty-three Cox graduate students were celebrated for their accomplishment of becoming Dean’s Circle members. The Dean’s

Ed Cox, Dean Niemi and Dean’s Circle Award winners.

Circle is an elite group of students who have spent more than 90 contact hours in the BLC by accumulating 30 or more BLC credits through seminars and special programs. Twenty-eight BLC corporate instructors were also honored for earning one or more Teaching Excellence Awards. In order to receive a Teaching Excellence Award, an instructor must receive a 4.8 or higher out of a 5.0 evaluation from the students. For more information on BLC awards and recognition, please visit http:// tiny.cc/CoxBLCAwards.

Cox MBA Students Conquer The Leadership Challenge Program Through a special program offered by the Business Leadership Center, 20 Cox graduate students honed their leadership skills at a two-day retreat known as The Leadership Challenge program based on the award-winning book, The Leadership Challenge by Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner. Craig Haptonstall, president & CEO of Leadership Mechanics, led the students through several exercises to help them identify their own leadership strengths and areas of improvement. Each program participant was required to reach Cox Leadership Forum status, which is attained by attending at least 10 BLC seminars, and to complete the Leadership Practices Inventory (LPI) 360 Assessment. By completing this program, students learned how to search for opportunities to take the risks needed for growth, inspire others to share a common vision, and build collaboration, teamwork and trust. For more information about The Leadership Challenge program, please go to http://tiny.cc/ CoxLeadershipChallenge.

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Centers of Excellence

Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship Co-Sponsors Growth Capital Conference The Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship co-sponsored the June 2010 Metroplex Growth Capital Conference, hosted by the North Dallas Chamber of Commerce. Carl Sewell, chairman of Sewell Automotive Companies, served as the keynote speaker.

Governor Rick Perry and Bud Weinstein, associate director of the Maguire Energy Institute

SMU Cox Hosts Press Conference Featuring Governor Rick Perry Carl Sewell (center), Simon Mak (left), associate director of the Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship, and Kevin Knox (right), associate dean of external relations.

In July, the Maguire Energy Institute hosted a press conference featuring Texas Governor Rick Perry at the SMU Cox campus. During the conference, Perry announced the formation of the Gulf Project, a coalition of energy and environmental scientists, policy experts, academic researchers, private sector research scientists and state officials. The Gulf Project will work to ensure Texas never endures the environmental and economic disaster that occurred in the Gulf of Mexico as a result of the Deepwater Horizon rig explosion.

Business Information Center Presents at Special Libraries’ Association Annual Conference The Cox Business Information Center (BIC) Director, Sandy Miller, and Outreach Librarian, Karen Leeseberg, presented a poster session at the Special Libraries Association (SLA) 2010 Annual Conference in New Orleans. The SLA Business & Finance Division selected the BIC’s poster titled “A Step-byStep Process for Information Literacy Integration in a Business School Curriculum.”  The presentation highlighted the successful efforts of the BIC librarians to teach Cox BBA students library and research skills preparing them to achieve excellence in classroom research projects, in-depth preparation for successful job interviews and familiarity with leading databases. www.cox.smu.edu

Sandy Miller and Karen Leeseberg at the Special Libraries Association Annual Conference.

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Centers of Excellence

“Starting A Business” Certificate Program Celebrates Continued Success The “Starting A Business” certificate course concluded another successful term with an inspirational talk by Dallas 100™ Entrepreneur Awards multiyear winner, Nina Vaca. Vaca is founder and CEO of Pinnacle Technical Resources, the largest diversity-owned IT staffing firm nationwide.

Global Connections

SMU-in-China: Business Program Launched this July for Cox BBAs This July, the Cox Global Programs office launched the first SMUin-China: Business program at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). SMU-in-China: Business is a four-week residential program that introduces SMU Cox undergraduate students to China’s contemporary economic, political and business environment. The program focuses on business management in the context of Chinese culture and values, providing students with a new perspective to understand cross-cultural management and the impact of China’s emerging economy. The program is comprised of classroom lectures with leading faculty members from CUHK’s Asia-Pacific Institute of Business and company visits to top corporations in Hong Kong and mainland China. Aside from having ample time to explore Hong Kong’s most valued sights like Victoria Peak, Lantau Island, Happy Valley’s race course and the famous Symphony of Lights, the students also traveled to the mainland Chinese province of Guangzhou to visit local companies and network with students from the local university. Many students also extended their stay in China to visit Beijing, Shanghai, Xi’an and Shenzhen. Next year the SMU-in-China: Business program also will include

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a cultural component. China’s rich history and culture will offer an interdisciplinary curriculum allowing students to immerse themselves in the people, culture and history of China. It also will include a four-day study tour to Xi’an, an ancient capital city in western mainland China, and a one-day study tour to the historical city of Macau, formerly a Portuguese colony. Fall 2010


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Global Leadership Program

GLP: 2010 Every May more than 100 first-year full-time MBA students take the trip of a lifetime. This year was no different. Through Icelandic ash clouds, Indian heat waves and a European debt crisis, the Cox Global Leadership Program traveled to the far corners of the world. In Asia, Europe and India, students gained first-hand knowledge of what it’s really like to conduct business in a global economy. And they learned from the very best. CEOs, entrepreneurs, equity firm partners and top government officials graciously hosted our students at the headquarters of international companies such as Roche, GE, Credit Suisse, Toshiba and IBM. For more than a decade, SMU Cox has been one of the few business schools to require global immersion as part of the MBA curriculum. The annual two-week journey requires ample preparation by students, faculty and staff. The Cox Global Leadership Program team, directed by Assistant Dean Linda Kao, personally connects with business leaders around the world who provide students with rare insiders’ views into their companies’ global operations. A typical GLP itinerary includes three countries within a given region and personal visits to a dozen companies. In their downtime, students eagerly tour the world’s most famous sites and wonders such as the Great Wall of China, the Taj Mahal, Westminster Abbey and renowned museums. And, of course, they find plenty of cultural immersion in the cities’ restaurants and nightlife. The GLP is a life-changing experience for the students. They come home enlightened, confident and enthusiastic about international opportunities just in time to start their summer internships.

SMU Cox offers global immersion as part of the Professional MBA and Executive MBA programs as well. Learn more at www.coxgrad.com. www.cox.smu.edu

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c o x G r a d u at i o n

ongratulates C SMU Cox

the members of the Class of 2010

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coxAchievements

Faculty & Staff

Achievements

Jay Carson, assistant professor of management and organization, presented a paper at the 2010 Academy of Management Conference in Montreal titled “Shared Leadership in Teams: A Study of Role Switching and Role Overlap.”  He also co-organized a caucus titled “Leadership as a Collective: Opportunities for Research in Shared and Distributed Forms of Leadership.” 

Andrew Chen, distinguished finance professor, and co-author Jennifer Warren wrote the paper, "Sustainable Growth for China: When Capital Markets and Greener Infrastructure Combine." The paper was accepted for publication at The Chinese Economy.  Stephanie Dupaul, former director of BBA admissions, presented at the annual meeting of the National Association of College Admissions Counselors in St. Louis, where she met with high school counselors regarding business school admission methods and processes. In August, she earned her Ed.D. from the University of Alabama after defending her dissertation, “Understanding the College Search Behaviors of Stealth Applicants.” Dupaul was recently promoted to interim dean of undergraduate admission and interim executive director of enrollment management at SMU. Amar Gande, assistant professor of finance, had the paper “Bank Debt versus Bond Debt: Evidence from Secondary Market Prices” published in the June issue of the Journal of Money, Credit and Banking (JMCB).

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He was renewed for an additional two years as a member of the editorial review board (ERB) of the Journal of International Business Studies.

Peter Heslin, assistant professor of management and organization, was elected 2010-2011 Professional Development Workshop Chair for the Academy of Management (AOM) Careers Division. At the AOM annual meeting this year, he presented a co-authored paper “Daring to Care About Hidden Unemployment: Discrimination and Discouragement in Minority Communities.” This paper won the 2010 Careers Division Best Paper Award. He will facilitate a session, “Relationships in Career Management,” and present in the Careers Division doctoral consortium as well as in a session he organized on “Tales and Insights About Career Tactics that Don’t Fly Across Cultures.” In addition, Heslin will mentor junior scholars in the AOM “Careers in the Rough: Research Development Workshop.” Heslin soon will begin writing an invited chapter for the second edition of “A Theory of Goal Setting and Performance,” which was rated the most influencial of 73 organizational behavior theories. Qin Lei, assistant professor of finance, had the paper “Financial Value of Reputation: Evidence from the eBay Auctions of Gmail Invitations” accepted for publication in the Journal of Industrial Economics. For the second consecutive year, he received the Delta Sigma Pi Distinguished Professor Award. He was also recognized

as a Panhellenic Outstanding Professor for teaching excellence. Simon Mak, adjunct professor and associate director of the Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship, was invited to testify in Austin before the Texas House Committee on Pensions, Investments, and Financial Services. He was asked to provide preliminary findings on his research project analyzing the economic impact of the Texas Certified Capital Company Program (CAPCO). In June, he presented a paper titled “Why Invest in Technology Entrepreneurship: A Four Year Study of Job Growth of Fortune 1000 and 100 Best Places to Work Rankings from 20062009” at the annual Transformative Systems Conference sponsored by the Society for Design and Process Science. William F. Maxwell, Rauscher Chair in Financial Investments and chair of the finance department, released a book titled “Leveraged Financial Markets: A Comprehensive Guide to Loans, Bonds and Other High-Yield Instruments” in July. Darius Miller, finance professor and Caruth Chair in Finance, was awarded the $10,000 Best Paper Award by the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada and DeGroote School of Business’ Annual Conference on Market Structure and Market Integrity for his paper “Uninvited U.S. investors? Economic Consequences of Involuntary Cross-listings.”

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Cox 2010 Faculty and Staff Awards At the 2010 Faculty and Staff Awards Luncheon in May, Dean Niemi recognized several members of the Cox faculty and staff for their contributions to the school. Miguel Quiñones received the Carl Sewell Distinguished Service to the Community Award. Don VandeWalle received the C. Jackson Grayson Endowed Faculty Innovation Award and Raj Sethuraman received the Eugene T. Byrne Endowed Faculty Innovation Award. The Boghetich Family Distinguished Teaching Award was awarded to Kumar Venkataraman. Ed Fox and John Semple received Research Excellence Awards. Charles Besio, Jr., Barry Bryan, Daniel Howard, David Lei, Wayne Shaw and Catherine Weber received BBA Distinguished Teaching Awards. David Lei, Darius Miller, Tasadduq Shervani, Gregory Summers and Miguel Quiñones received MBA Outstanding Teaching Awards. Miller also was named 2010 EMBA Most Valuable Professor. Media Expert Awards were presented to faculty who received the most media coverage in 2009 – from first place to fifth: Mike Davis, Dan Howard, Bruce Bullock, Bud Weinstein and Mel Fugate. Dean Niemi also recognized staff members for their outstanding service. Staff awards were given to individuals nominated by their peers. This year’s Staff Recognition Awards went to Patricia Bryan, Denise Bumford, Ann Campbell, Camilla Drew, Jimi Thompson and Tracy Zygmontowicz.

Maria Minniti, professor and Bobby B. Lyle Chair in Entrepreneurship, published three refereed journal articles - “Female Entrepreneurship and Economic Activity,” European Journal of Development Research; “Entrepreneurial Types and Economic Growth” with M. Levesque in Journal of Business Venturing; and “What Do We Know About the Patterns and Determinants of Female Entrepreneurship Across Countries?” with W. Naude in European Journal of Development Research. Her co-authored research “Survival and Financing of BlackOwned Startups in the U.S.” was presented at the American Economics Association Meeting in Atlanta. In February, her paper “Slipping the Surly Bonds,” co‑authored with Cox Professor David Croson, was presented at the first Joint DIW Berlin/IZA Workshop on Entrepreneurship Research, Bonn, Germany. Her co-authored research “Employees’ Breakoffs and the Birth of Industrial Clusters” was presented at the 2010 Production and Operations Management Society Annual Conference in Vancouver, Canada, in May, and published in the peer-reviewed proceedings of the same conference. In June, Minniti presented the keynote address “The Entrepreneurial Propensity of Women” at the V GEM Research Workshop at the University of Cadiz in Spain. Miguel A. Quiñones, O. Paul Corley Distinguished Chair in Organizational Behavior, was appointed to the editorial board of Personnel Psychology.

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Ulrike Schultze, associate ITOM professor, had the co-authored paper “Stuck in the Conflicted Middle: A Role-Theoretic Perspective on B2B Emarketplaces” accepted for publication in MIS Quarterly. Raj Sethuraman, chair of the marketing department, received the 2010 Outstanding Reviewer Award from the Journal of Retailing, presented at the summer 2010 American Marketing Association conference in Boston. Sethuraman was invited to present “Empirical Generalizations on Direct to Consumer Advertising Elasticity” at the Conference on Marketing Models and Market Research organized by Stanford University.  Don VandeWalle, chair of the management and organization department, received the SMU Altshuler Distinguished Teaching Professor Award for 2010 through 2012 based on his excellence in teaching and commitment to student learning.  Glenn Voss, associate professor of marketing, had the co-authored paper “How Complementarity and Substitution Alter the Satisfaction-Repurchase Link” accepted for publication in the Journal of Marketing.  This research also appeared as a Marketing Science Institute Report, “Do Satisfied Customers Always Buy More?

The Roles of Satiation and Habituation in Customer Repurchase,” and was featured in “Do Satisfied Customers Always Buy More,” Insights from MSI; “The Limits of Consumption,” BizEd; and “Confessions of a Satiated Consumer,” The Economist’s Executive Briefing. Voss chaired the 2010 John A. Howard American Marketing Association Dissertation Competition and will present the award at the American Marketing Association’s Summer Educators’ Conference. He received a 2010 Best Reviewer Award from the Journal of Retailing. Glenn Voss and Zannie Giraud Voss co-presented “Managing Dynamic Customer Portfolios” at the Marketing Dynamics Conference in Istanbul, Turkey. Bernard "Bud" Weinstein, adjunct professor and associate director of the Maguire Energy Institute, was invited to be a regular contributor to the energy and environment blog of the National Journal. He also agreed to write a column for the Dallas Business Journal. In May, he was an invited speaker at the 2010 KPMG Global Energy Conference in Houston, where he addressed “Energy Policy in a Post-Copenhagen World.” Weinstein presented a paper, “Urban Tollroads in Dallas:  Using GIS to Assess Their Economic, Fiscal and Developmental Impacts,” at the Applied Geography Commission of the International Geographic Union in Ericeira, Portugal. He continues to speak regularly to business and professional associations on economic conditions and energy policy.

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Richard Alm serves as writer-in-residence for the O’Neil Center for Global Markets and Freedom. He was previously the senior economics writer at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Alm has also worked for The Dallas Morning News, U.S. News & World Report and the Arizona Republic. He holds a Master’s degree in journalism from the University of Kansas and Bachelor’s degree in economics from Florida State University. Alm has completed graduate studies in economics at Arizona State University. He is the co-author of the book Myths of Rich & Poor: Why We’re Better Off Than We Think. His co-authored opinion articles are frequently published in The Wall Street Journal, New York Times and Investor’s Business Daily.

Jeffrey Harris joins the Cox School as a visiting professor and the James M. Collins Chair in Finance. He was previously employed as the chief economist at the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission and is currently on leave from the University of Delaware. Harris has a Ph.D. in finance from The Ohio State University and an MBA in finance and B.A. in physics from the University of Iowa. He has been published in journals including Journal of Financial Economics, Journal of Investment Management and Journal of Finance. Harris has taught classes on investment analysis, derivative investments, management of financial institutions and investments.

Indraneel Chakraborty

Hyungshin Park

Indraneel Chakraborty, finance instructor, comes to the Cox School from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, where he will receive his Ph.D. and currently holds his M.A. in finance. Chakraborty earned an M.S. in electrical engineering and computer science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a B.Tech in computer science and engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati. Chakraborty’s research interests include financial intermediation, corporate governance, applied econometrics, capital structure and investment policy, small business and entrepreneurship and contract theory. He is an inventor of six patents on methodology for managing power consumption in a wireless network for IBM Corporation.

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Hyungshin Park, assistant professor of accounting, comes to the Cox School from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he received his Ph.D. and Master’s in accounting.  He has a B.S. in electrical engineering from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea.  Park’s research interests include bias in analysts’ forecasts, earnings management and rational market pricing. He passed the CPA exam in Georgia and has work experience in international executive services for KPMG LLP.

R. Canan Savaskan-Ebert

R. Canan SavaskanEbert joins the Cox School as an associate professor of information technology and operations management.  Since 2000, she had been a tenuretrack faculty member at the Kellogg School of Management. In 2009, she visited the R.H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. Savaskan-Ebert received her Ph.D. and M.S. in operations management from INSEAD, and her M.S. and B.S. in industrial engineering from Bogazici University in Istanbul, Turkey.  Her research interests include sustainable operations, supply chain management, operations and marketing interface and quality management.  Savaskan-Ebert has been published in journals including Management Science, Transportation Science and Manufacturing and Service Operations Management.

Morgan Ward

Morgan Ward comes to the Cox School as an assistant professor of marketing from the University of Texas at Austin, where she was named among the top two percent of Ph.D. students for academic excellence. She received her Ph.D. and MBA in marketing from UT’s McCombs School of Business and a B.S. in textiles and apparel from Cornell University. Ward’s research interests are consumer behavior, identity and gift-giving. Her teaching interests include consumer behavior, brand management, retail merchandising and marketing management.

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“Move to Texas and Get a Free BMW” W. Michael Cox, director of the Cox School’s O’Neil Center for Global Markets and Freedom, offered a compelling reason to head to the Lone Star State. “Move to Texas and get a free BMW!” he said, based on statistics that professionals living in the Northeast and California pay the equivalent of a year’s worth of car payments in annual personal income tax, which Texas doesn’t have. This is one explanation why “every six years Dallas adds a million people,” Cox said. The New York Times (4/25/2010)

“New Yorkers Earn More, Early On, a Study Shows” Bernard “Bud” Weinstein, adjunct professor and associate director of the Maguire Energy Institute, commented on a recent study revealing the long-term earning potential of New Yorkers. The study found that men with college degrees make more money in New York City than in other major metropolitan cities, until they reach their late 30s, at which point the gap closes. “The New York metro area is always sucking people in and spitting them out,” said Weinstein. “I’ve watched this cycle of all these kids moving to New York and 10 years later moving back to Dallas. You discover that you can find employment in Dallas or Atlanta at a roughly comparable salary, but in real terms it’s a boost because the cost of living is much lower.” The Wall Street Journal (5/4/2010)

“Q&A: A Real Study of Virtual Worlds” Ulrike Schultze, associate professor of information technology and operations management, was interviewed by The Wall Street Journal’s Digits Blog regarding her research “What It Means to Be an Avatar: A Study of Second Life.” The research offers applications for business and educational use of virtual worlds. Schultze said, “I think this is where there are some www.cox.smu.edu

opportunities of engaging in a form of role play, you basically extract yourself, or distance yourself, enough from the situation and yourself potentially to come up with new ideas and to learn. That’s where the avatar plays in.” Investor’s Business Daily (5/25/2010 – 7/2/2010)

“Six Economic Themes for the Decade Ahead” W. Michael Cox, director of the Cox School’s O’Neil Center for Global Markets and Freedom, and Richard Alm, writerin-residence, published a six-part opinion series focused on technology, globalization, credit, consumerism, inflation and government. The week-long series explored the prospects for each of these economic drivers in the decade ahead. “All are likely to play out differently, suggesting the U.S. economy won’t pick up where it left off before the Great Recession,” said Cox and Alm.  The New York Times (6/14/2010)

“For BP, Toll Likely to Extend Past Cleanup” Bruce Bullock, director of the Maguire Energy Institute, commented on the longterm impact the Gulf spill will have on BP. “The costs are going to be significant, yes, and potentially they are an existential threat to BP,” said Bullock. 

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“Reviving Your Resume” Director of the SMU Cox Career Management Center, Dennis Grindle, commented on what people should do to keep their résumés relevant. “Hobbies and interests at the bottom of the page can be very important as they can highlight functional skills such as a treasurer of a fraternity, or leadership/teamwork skills such as football team captain, or intellect such as avid chess player,” Grindle said. “This section can also build bridges of similarity between the applicant and the interviewer,” he said. Financial Times (7/19/2010)

“Banning BP Will Increase Imports” Adjunct Professor and Associate Director of the Maguire Energy Institute, Bud Weinstein, wrote a letter to the editor that raised questions about the consequences of banning BP. “A banning of BP could potentially be harmful for the United States,” he said. If BP is unable to secure future offshore lease auctions, it “will simply accelerate the out-migration of drilling platforms to other locations, furthering the economic misery of Gulf coast residents and increasing America’s dependence on imported energy,” said Weinstein. KRLD-AM (7/27/2010)

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“Relief Well is Last Best Hope to Contain Gusher” Bruce Bullock, director of the Maguire Energy Institute, commented on BP’s proposition of a relief well to contain the oil spewing into the Gulf of Mexico. Bullock said he was “somewhat suspect” that the relief well would hit its target on the first try. “You’re going 18,000 feet to hit a dinner plate. My guess is two or three times is more of a likelihood,” he said. *This quote ran in more than 75 additional media outlets.

“Afternoon News” Mike Davis, economics professor, commented on the 2.9 percent increase in home prices within the Metroplex from May 2009 to May 2010. “Compared to real estate prices elsewhere we’ve been fortunate here,” Davis said. “For most of us what we just want is predictability.” He explained that this increase is not as dramatic as some of the markets like San Diego or San Francisco because we didn’t have a big real estate bubble here. Seven of the 20 major markets are still dealing with decline in home values.

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On Being an Avatar: The Virtual World Second Life Associate Professor of ITOM Ulrike Schultze

Even before the Na’vi and the U.S. Armed Forces battled it out in the movie “Avatar,” Internet users found themselves identifying with pseudonymns of themselves, or who they’d like to be in the form of an avatar. Professor Ulrike Schultze’s new research delves into the fundamentals of the avatarself relationship through studying residents of Second Life, the most successful and accessible virtual world. Virtual worlds like Second Life are a rich, dynamic environment to study, according to Schultze. But businesses and educational institutions are still trying to figure out how to use them. At one point, IBM was heavily invested in Second Life; they even held team meetings for their globally distributed employees. Schultze says that many businesses defected from Second Life in 2007-08, unable to get the “pull-through that would translate into sales in the real world.” Some see these worlds as simply 3D web advertising or technology for technology’s sake. But Schultze sees much more.

“In real life many of us are not comfortable with role playing,” Schultze observes. “Avatars help with role playing. Having an avatar provides the confidence to try things out you wouldn’t in real life,” her study participants report. A person could be a clothes designer in Second Life, and can then apply those lessons in the real world. Participants report that their social awareness is more acute, too. “This learning environment is important for business,” Schultze adds. “We overlook the opportunities to let the environment create memories, which can happen in Second Life.” For example, a firm held a meeting in a fantastic Frank Lloyd Wright building to leave employees with a unique, memorable experience. In Second Life, the opportunities are vast, with no physical, social or resource constraints. “Creative opportunities are afforded that real life might not, such as

reciting poetry at a reading or becoming a real estate mogul. The study finds that many see their avatar as their truer self, with no limits, stereotypes or physical limitations. “By posing as another, people are more willing to make mistakes,” she observes. “By pushing into the role of avatar in Second Life, one also pulls out experiences. This roleplaying is meaningful.” It’s one big simulation — a big dress rehearsal. Best-paper nominee “The Avatar-Self Relationship: Enacting Presence in Second Life” with Ph.D. student Matthew Leahy was presented at the 30th International Conference on Information Systems. Since then, Schultze has been interviewed in The Wall Street Journal and in her avatar form on a virtual set in Second Life.

Pricing Strategies: Waste-Averse Consumers Pay Up Assistant Professor of ITOM Sreekumar Bhaskaran

What type of pricing strategy does Apple seem to know well with its iPods, iPads and iPhones? Many would call it premium pricing, but there’s more to the story. In new research, Professor Sreekumar Bhaskaran shows that products having “add-ons” should command a higher price when consumers are waste-averse. When you buy the $499 iPad, the $14.99 book download isn’t so painful, so psychology and economics would say. Bhaskaran describes the base product (iPad) and its add-ons (apps) as contingent products — the app is purchased only when the iPad base product also is purchased. Such product pairs show up with cell phones, laptops, hotels and their internet service offerings, cars and their servicings, and other co-dependent pairs ad infinitum. Selling add-ons is appealing to firms for

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good reasons. Not only does selling addons allow firms to acquire an additional revenue stream, the practice also enables them to maintain contact with existing customers, which may translate into sales of future products. The presence of waste aversion among consumers adds a new wrinkle to this codependency problem. “If a firm increases the base price of a product, purchasers are more likely to buy the add-on,” Bhaskaran says. “There is a very similar effect in project management research. Managers don’t want to waste effort and money. The concept of waste aversion

in a consumer context is novel, however. Waste aversion is something firms need to consider in their product development and pricing strategies, according to Bhaskaran. In regards to purchase, “Firms should increase the price of the base product to encourage the add-on purchase, even if fewer buy the base product. The economics favor this approach.” The research would say that Apple’s positioning with relatively high-cost iPods, iPads and iPhones and their addons—skins, touch-screen plastic shields and, of course, the apps—helps keep the value of the base product intact. “The high-quality product with its add-on allows for a continuing conversation with consumers,” Bhaskaran states. The paper “Selling Base Products and Add-ons to Waste-averse Consumers” with Sanjiv Erat is under review. Fall 2010


CRM 2.0: High-Definition Business Strategies Associate Professor of Marketing Jacquelyn Thomas

Some academics have heralded Customer Relationship Management (CRM) to be the new marketing paradigm. Others see it as a fad. “CRM systems got a bad rap because firms either did not know how to use them or did not use them to their full capacity,” notes Jacquelyn Thomas. She suggests that firms can devise a simple and inexpensive CRM-type system. “Look at your current transaction database, determine the financial value of customer segments and see what emerges from it to address customer needs.” CRM creates the most value when it is geared toward the firm’s business strategies, according to new research by Thomas and colleagues. CRM embodies the key idea of firms, viewing customers as assets and managing them to maximize their value across their lifecycles. CRM can affect future marketing decisions, such as communication, price, distribution and brand differentiation.

For example, many hotel chains are able to flexibly manage their room pricing based on previously collected customer data. CRM can be thought of as an organizational capability, the authors say. It’s a source of advantage that permits businesses to become unique. While CRM still applies to the operations side, it also involves learning about the customer’s role in the delivery process of a product or service offering to better facilitate exchange. “You want to more cost-effectively get your product from point A to B,” she adds. “So, integrate CRM into both marketing and operations.” The study analyzed the responses from a sample of business executives spanning 10 industries—from energy supply and forestry to pharmaceuticals and apparel. In observation of CRM practices, Thomas

says energy firms studied their customers and asked them what was important when buying gasoline. To better understand their customers’ needs, they had to use CRM to compete, she suggests. Innovations such as paying at the pump, and paying even faster with a Speedpass, were the results of CRM initiatives. “From the research, we learned that many managers view CRM in isolation and not within other strategic contexts,” Thomas sums up. “CRM enhances other strategies; it is not an either/or proposition.” “Customer Relationship Management and Firm Performance: The Mediating Role of Business Strategy” with Oliver Schilke and Martin Reimann is forthcoming in Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science.

Regulation Change Forces Foreign Firms into U.S. Financial Market Caruth Chair and Finance Professor Darius Miller

In spite of an attempt to make U.S. financial markets more attractive for foreign firms, a new Securities and Exchange Commission deregulation effort has had the opposite effect. Now, one of the most historically rare types of cross-listing is the most prevalent, courtesy of depositary banks creating unsponsored American deposit receipts (ADRs). New research by Professor Darius Miller and co-authors reveals that a majority of foreign firms are now trading on over-the-counter (OTC) markets rather than

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major exchanges, to their detriment. In 2005-06, New York Stock Exchange watchers began noticing the trend of foreign firm listings moving to the relatively unregulated London market rather than New York. One change to deregulate disclosure requirements, amended Rule 12g3-2(b), has caused a worrying trend of foreign firms being listed here involuntarily. These foreign firms are now being traded in the U.S.’s OTC markets, without their approval or even knowledge. This was not the intent of the amendment. The net effect of this deregulation has been the destruction of $23 billion in firm value. And U.S. depositary banks (and investors) have benefited at the expense of foreign firms. Miller says, “It was designed to reduce the paperwork to list in the OTC market and therefore make the U.S. market more attractive. But the first order effect was that depositary banks used the loopholes in the deregulation to cross-list

hundreds of firms that didn’t want to be cross-listed.” Unwittingly, foreign firms trading in the U.S. through an unsponsored ADR program are liable under state and federal securities legislation, leaving them at-risk of class action lawsuits In the decade before the amendment, there were a total of 69 unsponsored programs created; six months following the amendment, 748 new unsponsored ADR programs were created. The loophole allowing the creation of unsponsored ADR programs resulted in a large positive wealth gain to these financial institutions. “The amendment was good for the U.S. investor but not necessarily the foreign firms,” Miller states. “Some firms are trying to distance themselves through language on their websites, but they are in a bind. If they try to leave the U.S., there are negative consequences in terms of valuation and reputation. So they almost have to become sponsored and pay the bank fees.” The paper “Uninvited U.S. Investors? Economic Consequences of Involuntary Cross-listings” with Peter Iliev and Lukas Roth is under review.

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Albert C. Black, Jr. (EMBA ’95)

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Four On the Move Cox taught these entrepreneurs invaluable lessons. Now, others are learning from their leadership By Dave Moore

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usiness leadership comes in many forms. Few leaders, however, are as fearless as the entrepreneur, an inherent risk taker willing to shake up a boardroom or revolutionize an entire industry. Yet it takes more than courage and raw ambition to compete in a global marketplace. In order to propel substantial change, professional development is a lifelong endeavor. For 90 years, the SMU Cox School of Business has prepared generations of visionaries with first-in-class programs and resources, from the Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship to executive mentoring programs and leadership development centers for undergraduate and graduate business students.

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Such collaborative learning fosters a community of entrepreneurship and news-making talent. The broad range of personalities who have been a part of the Cox community include Kroger CEO David Dillon, TOMS Shoes founder Blake Mycoskie, Aquila Inc. CEO and President Richard C. Green, and CityCraft founder Callie Works-Leary, who was named to Inc. magazine’s Top 30 Under 30 list for 2010. Four more entrepreneurs to watch are these individuals who comprise a wide range of industries and expertise. Some started with street-smart intuition or a passionate tenacity. All believe in the importance of building up their employees and communities. And they also share another common thread—they all chose Cox to help them get there.

Albert C. Black, Jr. Founder and CEO On-Target Supplies & Logistics

Albert C. Black, Jr. remembers trucks rolling through the South Dallas housing project where he lived, observing as free lunches were handed to his friends. Though he was only six, Black refused to get in line. “Children ought not be taught to get something free,” Black (EMBA ’95) recalls. Always determined to forge his own path, by age 10, he put his entrepreneurial spirit into action by launching a lawncare business. Unlike his competitors, he told customers to name their price. Hard work and determination pushed him forward. Years later, he founded and operated On-Target in 1982, even as he worked a night job. His logistics company grew by leaps and bounds, but by the 1990s, he wanted to broaden his base of knowledge and grow his company more strategically. Black selected the Cox MBA program to do so. “We believed there were some serious systems and control matters,” says Black,

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who knew enough to realize what he didn’t know. Before he entered Cox, Black concedes, many decisions were made on a more intuitive basis. The survival of On-Target through the recession is a testament to the effectiveness of what he’s learned at Cox, Black says. The key, he says, is that the curriculum taught him to identify valuable employees to bring aboard—those who can help his business thrive. “The real test of a company’s success comes when you can withstand the successful days and manage through the most difficult days,” Black says. By earning the goodwill of both employees and customers, On-Target has managed to retain both, he says. “You need to navigate through the economy when it’s cloudy and foggy. You may pull over, but it doesn’t mean you’ve stopped. It means you’ve paused. You need to find the clear road and take that one.” Given that philosophy, it’s easy to see why Black is a star continuing to rise, perhaps even to political office. Longtime Dallas political insiders say Black has all the makings of a Dallas mayor—something he hasn’t ruled out. For now, Black says, he’s interested in expanding his company’s ventures. As On-Target increases its inventory tracking services throughout the nation, the company’s professional development service continues to grow as well. Appropriately titled ReadyToWork, this division supplies staffing and job training to clients in 22 cities across the country. “These are exciting times,” Black says.

Lisbeth McNabb Founder/President W2Wlink

Entrepreneur Lisbeth McNabb (MBA ’88) has spent more than 25 years with Fortune 500 companies, but the newest wave she’s making is through her own webbased venture. Realizing that women may not always receive the resources to advance to the executive level, she launched W2Wlink, a social networking site to help female professionals get to the top, only faster. W2Wlink’s recent collaboration with Dallas-based ClubCorp to honor women advancing to top executive positions has met with great success at events in Dallas and eight other U.S. cities. “We are building a technology and service to bring the executive coach to all, versus the present model that provides a high-quality executive coach to the executive—only there for the few,” McNabb says. Her time spent at Cox equipped her for the diverse career path she’s taken. “My SMU MBA was critical to my being able to work in a range of functional roles, from strategy to operations and be able to work in four very different industry sectors.” Her portfolio has ranged from a position on the Nexstar Broadcasting Group board of directors, to serving as the chief financial officer at Match.com as well as executive positions at PepsiCo, Frito-Lay and Sodexo Marriott. Through it all, McNabb continues to benefit from the Cox network. “Cox also gave me several of my dearest friends and one of them is an investor in my new company. They—with many at Cox from Jerry White to Dean Niemi and Kevin Knox—have mentored me at key stages of my career change points.”

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Andy Nguyen

MSE Student and U.S. Marine As a first-generation Vietnamese American, Andy Nguyen (MSE ’11) has had two lifelong passions: serving his country and pursuing the American Dream. Since he was a child, Nguyen admired his father, a veteran who fought in the Vietnam War while serving in the Vietnamese Navy and eventually made his way to America to start his own business. “No one ever told him he couldn’t do something.” Nguyen said. “That meant he would do it.” So it came as no surprise when, at 18, Nguyen turned his passion for fast cars into his first venture, Prodigy Motorsports. “Passion doesn’t necessarily equal smart business,” Nguyen says. “The business turned after a couple of years, but the learning experience was priceless. It just goes to show that having a formal business plan is critical in the world of entrepreneurship. Experience plus education definitely gives entrepreneurs a sustainable competitive advantage.” While Nguyen was in college, the 9/11 attacks occurred. Compelled to take action,

Angela Dominguez

President Renaissance Contractors Partnership Amidst commentary about rising college tuition is a pearl of wisdom from Angela Dominguez (MBA ’93): “Tuition is cheaper than trial and error in the real world.” Before she dared to strike out on her own, Dominguez made the decision to attend the Cox Professional MBA program while working full-time for Austin Bridge & Road Inc. as a civil engineer. Her experience at Cox prepared her to start a subcontracting business with her husband, Mike Barber. Together, they launched Renaissance Contractors Partnership with just six employees in 1995 to fill a void in the market for a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) that could install utility lines—including www.cox.smu.edu

he followed his calling and joined the Marines. Nguyen proudly served from 20022006 before returning to the University of North Texas to complete his bachelor’s in entrepreneurship. “I love being an entrepreneur, and I love the Marine Corps,” he says. “It’s all about the ability to handle adversity.” After transitioning out of active duty, Nguyen started a small Internet marketing and web development firm in Dallas called WSI Search. He is also a franchise consultant with The Entrepreneur Authority, where he advises entrepreneurs which franchises best fit their personalities and desires. Once he completes his Master of Science in Entrepreneurship (MSE) at the Cox School, he intends to pursue yet another venture: an organization that would help Marines transition into the business world. With his experience, he knows there’s a built-in marketplace, with 30,000 to 40,000 former Marines joining the civilian workforce each year. Meanwhile, he still serves in the Marine Reserves, traveling frequently to train other Marines from state to state. How does he make it all work? “It’s the Marine in me,” he says. “If we don’t have a million things on

sewer lines, water lines and stormdrainage pipes. Their company has served as subcontractor for some of the state’s highprofile transit projects built for TxDOT, Dallas Area Rapid Transit, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport and the North Texas Tollway Authority, among others. “Our business is capital-intensive—it requires a lot of heavy equipment, and it’s expensive,” she says. “We’re a subcontractor, so payment isn’t always immediate. I learned at SMU that cash flow is very important for a thriving business.” Her degree didn’t insulate Renaissance from the ups and downs of the business world, but this advice from her professors helped substantially: Maintain a good relationship with a local banker. Fifteen years later, her company is standing financially strong and growing, employing 111.

our plate, we’re not happy.” Even though the Marines instill the tenacity to get things done and walk into any boardroom with confidence, the business acumen from his experience at Cox has helped him elevate the conversation and pursue new opportunities. “The wealth of knowledge of the faculty, alumni and guest speakers has been invaluable. It doesn’t seem like class but mini-seminars … the case studies and open discussions are exactly what I’m drawn to.” Whatever challenges are ahead, Nguyen is prepared. “In the Marines, missions change frequently and we learn the ability to adapt and overcome,” he says. “It’s the same thing in the world of entrepreneurship; the markets change and we have to be resilient. Think of it this way: If everyone quit when things got tough, then there wouldn’t be a Marine Corps or an economy.”

Lifelong Learning

As these four entrepreneurs prove, the insights and connections gained from Cox have been instrumental to their ability to continuously adapt and thrive as industries and careers change. As McNabb reflects on her degree and the people she’s met along her Fortune 500 path, “I have many team members and clients who have felt affinity from a shared SMU background and many others with MBAs from other schools who see me as a peer.” Dominguez still draws lessons from her experiences as a student of Rogge Dunn, a high-power Dallas trial lawyer and SMU alumnus who now teaches business law for SMU’s EMBA program. “Every Saturday morning he would draw a name, and that person would be on the hot seat, and he would grill them with questions,” she recalls. “It taught me to be prepared. I was never on the hot seat, but I feared it. When we own a business, we are on the hot seat every day.” From Executive Education programs to a range of MBA programs suited for today’s working professional, visit cox.smu.edu for resources to help your career.

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Virtually every company that attempted to do what he was doing had failed. Visa, with its billions in resources, wanted to crush him. “I used to call it death by a thousand cuts,” says Walker. “There were a thousand things that had to happen. But if any one of those things did not occur in that transaction, it failed. Look, if I had known what I was going to encounter, I never would have done it.” Yet Walker did it again. In 2005, he sold BillMatrix to Fiserv, Inc. for $350 million. He turned right around and started another company: ProCore Labs, a Dallas-based contract filler of health and beauty products. Walker is a member of a rare and glorified species: the entrepreneur. Is an entrepreneur born or made? If they’re made, how can one learn and absorb the essential entrepreneurial spirit and marshal the thought processes for success? The answers are certainly as diverse and varied as the entrepreneurial demographic. “Entrepreneurs are both made and born,” says Benjamin Hurt, 24, founder of granola maker Impact Foods. “You can be born with creative vision and a certain perseverance. But certain habits need to be learned.” Researchers seem to concur. According to a study co-authored by Professor Scott Shane of Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management, examining sets of both identical and fraternal twins, specific entrepreneurial aptitudes—such as the ability to discern business opportunities—are largely driven by genetic factors. Forty percent of the entrepreneur’s portfolio of aptitudes and skills is due to genetics, the researchers concluded, while 60 percent of those same skills can be attributed to environmental influences

and learned capabilities. “Entrepreneur” is applied to a variety of roles, says Jerry White, director of Cox’s Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship, one of the first such programs offered in the United States. The title could refer to a small business owner-manager, a husband-andwife team operating a family business or a lifestyle business designed by its founders to generate a specific level of income—and no more. Yet such roles don’t necessarily touch the true spirit of what it means to be a genuine entrepreneur. “The term is overused,” insists Walker, a self-described “serial entrepreneur” who has launched six businesses and is at work on a seventh. He is a member of the Cox Executive Board, guest lecturer and financial contributor to Cox through the Caruth Institute, as well as a proud parent of a current Cox student, Cameron Walker (BBA ’10, MSA ’11). “Anyone who picks up the phone in their home is an entrepreneur. When I started, no one wanted to be known as an entrepreneur. Entrepreneurs were those crazy, wacko guys in the garage constantly experimenting.” From behavioral patterns to operating beliefs, Walker and White outline five unique traits successful entrepreneurs typically have in common. Relentlessly pursue growth Howard H. Stevenson of Harvard Business School best defines the role as: A person who pursues opportunity without regard to resources already controlled. “If I need it, I’ll get it. If I need people, I’ll find them. If I need money, I’ll raise it,” White emphatically explains. “Entrepreneurship implies growth.” 1

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Write your own rules Entrepreneurs typically have superior conceptual abilities, or the capacity to formulate abstractions, analyze complex situations and think creatively to solve problems. They also have the heightened capacity to thrive in chaotic environments, making sound decisions when confronted with conditions characterized by a scarcity of relevant information. Walker describes it as living in a fog. “If you want to be an entrepreneur, you’ve got to be able to live on the edge,” he says. “To be looking where no one else is looking, where the rules have yet to be written, where a market hasn’t yet been established, where there is nothing to support you. Once the rules are written, the game’s over.” 3

Take challenges, but don’t gamble Entrepreneurs often are thought of as bold risk takers—gamblers who bet the farm on a long shot. But such characterizations are more cliché than reality, White says. Long-term successful entrepreneurs are moderate risk takers. They hedge their bets. “On the average, gamblers are losers,” White insists. “On the average, hedgers are winners. It’s more helpful to talk about entrepreneurs as challenge takers, rather than risk takers. They like to pit themselves against a challenge, overcome that challenge and then raise the bar.” On the surface, entrepreneurs may appear reckless because they play for big stakes. Everything is on the table. Yet what may look like a high-risk gambit to the casual observer may simply be a workable challenge for the insightful entrepreneur. Mortgaging a house and other personal assets to fund a startup is actually a calculated risk supported by abundant data and market-insider savvy. The upstart entering a market saddled with debt may have several ways to service that debt. They may have lined up options in advance to restructure debt should things go awry. Or they may have calculated that the sheer force of value created by their enterprise will overwhelm high startup costs. 4

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Successful entrepreneurs are often adept with such judgment calls, says White. “How are you going to pay your bills?” Walker asks. “I’m not worried because I have enough faith in myself that I can create value. I believe there are very few people out there who can go out and create value. That’s why you have 99 percent of the world out there working for somebody else.” In addition to what is seemingly an unwavering faith in their capabilities, successful entrepreneurs also have an uncanny ability to rapidly absorb data and learn fast enough to stay on top of problems. “Where people get into trouble is when they emotionalize a problem,” White says. “If you let problems debilitate you, or diminish your fighting ability, you are not going to win. The best entrepreneurs are, of course, very concerned, but they seem to have a dispassion, a belief that ‘we can solve this problem. We’ll get through this.’” Remain disciplined, not distracted Successful entrepreneurs, says White, stay very focused on solving problems, and they assiduously avoid distractions from side issues. Instead of morning sweats, Walker says he now wakes up every morning anticipating the day’s challenges, excited by how he might change the world. Instead of fearing problems, he embraces them. Yet what many aspiring entrepreneurs may not realize is that coming up with a world-changing idea and developing a company is the easy part. The grueling part involves the discipline of execution. “There are a million ideas out there,” concludes Walker. “Being an entrepreneur is taking that idea and creating a viable, profitable company around that idea. It’s simple. But it’s the most difficult thing you will ever do.”

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possess a never-ending sense of urgency, White adds. These individuals don’t waste time agonizing over failure. Instead, they view circumstances as they exist and resolve to leverage them to their advantage.

Making a global impact: Benjamin Hurt Benjamin Hurt (BBA ’08) is a serial business starter. At age six, he started a currency carnival in his neighborhood, inventing games kids could play using nickels, dimes and quarters. After getting cut from his school’s basketball team at the age of 14, Hurt turned his misfortune into a business, founding a summer basketball camp for kids ages six through 11. He ran his camp for six years, hiring the players on the team that cut him. He even launched two clothing companies before founding Impact Foods with fellow student Blaine Iler. The core of Hurt’s business philosophy is a quest to find marketplace solutions to global challenges. Thus Impact Foods, a maker of all-natural granola, donates a portion of its profits from each sale to provide meals for needy children throughout the world. “We offer a solution in the form of convenient philanthropy,” says Hurt, 24. What are the essential entrepreneurial traits according to Hurt? A bias toward action coupled with a strong dose of optimism and ruthless persistence. “You have to look at the world through a lens of opportunity,” he says. “You have to see it through to the end. Even if you’re failing, you’re failing forward.”

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The Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship A Pioneer in Entrepreneurial Education

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wo years into an entrepreneurial journey that would eventually lead to the creation of The Container Store in the late 1970s, cofounder Garrett Boone found himself still struggling to put his finger on the idea. Boone had recently left his position as regional manager at Storehouse–a chain of lifestyle furniture stores–to explore the notion of creating a handmade wood furniture store with his business partner, Kip Tindell. Heeding the advice of his mother, Boone enrolled in the Caruth Institute’s “Starting A Business” course. “The course was extremely valuable. It forced me to focus on the business of starting a business and think in a more disciplined manner about what it would take to launch our dream. It helped me separate my passion for woodworking from the reality of starting a business, and that was an important step on the path to The Container Store,” said Boone. As one of the first entrepreneurship centers in the nation, the Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship has been

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an inspiration and resource for many potential business owners such as Boone. Established at SMU Cox in 1970 by real estate legend and business mogul W.W. Caruth, Jr., the Institute is one of the nation’s most highly regarded centers for entrepreneurial education.

Garrett Boone

In the late 1960s and 70s, most business schools trained students to work for large businesses, not to start their own. There were few textbooks and traditional academics did not see the merit in an entrepreneurship focus. However, a few industry pioneers saw entrepreneurial education as a discipline and recognized it as an emerging field. Enter the visionary William Walter Caruth, Jr., who initially put up capital–not an endowment–so that the Caruth Institute would run like a real-life business. The program had to be developed from scratch. At the time, Jerry White, director of the Caruth Institute, was a Cox graduate student when he met Dr. John Welsh, who had been hired to establish the Caruth Institute as its founding director. Welsh had started one business and co‑founded another, both of which eventually found their way to the NYSE. White took all of Welsh’s courses, and, upon graduation, Welsh asked White to stay at Cox as associate director and help develop the Institute. White and Welsh forged ahead, creating Fall 2010


“It’s mind‑ boggling, the overall importance internationally of entrepreneurship education and the contribution that it makes to the overall entrepreneurial phenomenon.”

-Jerry White

William Walter Caruth, Jr.

courses and innovative programs, while striving to gain recognition for the academic discipline of entrepreneurial education. According to the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, an institution devoted to entrepreneurship, by 1975 there were 104 majors, minors and certificates offered in entrepreneurship across the nation. Today, the Caruth Institute offers a full range of entrepreneurial programs. For SMU Cox students, the Caruth Institute offers 23 graduate and undergraduate courses in entrepreneurship. As students, MBAs and EMBAs have the opportunity to participate in several annual business plan competitions. The Cox MBA Venture Fund, along with its affiliated course, Venture Capital Practicum, gives students hands-on experience making venture capital investments in growthoriented businesses. And for those wanting further concentration into the study of entrepreneurship, Cox recently launched a 16-month Master of Science in Entrepreneurship. The Caruth Institute is inextricably www.cox.smu.edu

linked to the business community. Thousands of budding entrepreneurs, like Garrett Boone, got their start through the Caruth Institute’s eight-week “Starting A Business” course. Also renowned, the Southwest Venture Forum provides entrepreneurs the opportunity to network with potential venture investors. Highly coveted and widely reported, the Caruth Institute’s Dallas 100TM Awards

Jerry White and John Welsh

honors the 100 fastest-growing, privately held companies in Dallas each year. In all, White has taught and counseled more than 20,000 aspiring and practicing entrepreneurs throughout the United States and Canada since 1972, including Boone; Lee Posey, chairman and founder, Palm Harbor Homes; Bill and Julie Brice, who built I Can’t Believe It’s Yogurt; and Chris Cook (BBA ’91), who with his wife, Christine, built Sleep Experts into a major industry player. In 2005, the Caruth Institute received national recognition, ranking fifth among the nation’s top programs for entrepreneurship in Entrepreneur magazine. “The impact of entrepreneurs on economies is much better understood today than it was in the beginning. It is now a global movement and even embraced by countries that were once under the control of communism,” said White. “It’s mind‑boggling, the overall importance internationally of entrepreneurship education and the contribution that it makes to the overall entrepreneurial phenomenon.”

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The Life of An Endowment

A Gift that Keeps On Giving I

n this and future issues of CoxToday, we’ll bring the cycle of an endowment to life by sharing the vision of our generous donors, the gifted professors and the students who are the ultimate beneficiaries. Perhaps you, too, will be moved to make a lasting impression on your school via such a bequest or at least appreciate the life span and everlasting impact these thoughtful gifts impart.

Professor and Bobby B. Lyle Chair in Entrepreneurship For 40 years, the Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship has inspired budding entrepreneurs from all walks of life to pursue their dreams of starting a business. Like other Cox School programs, the success of the Caruth Institute not only is driven by a dynamic curriculum that incorporates the latest global business trends, but also by the strength and expertise of its professors who bring that knowledge to life in the classroom. Bobby B. Lyle (’67) saw an opportunity to ensure the Caruth Institute would continue to deliver academic excellence via exceptional faculty when he generously endowed a professorship of entrepreneurial studies in 2006. “SMU has been an extremely important part of my life for the past 40 years,” he said. “I hope this gift will help Cox achieve the levels of academic excellence to which it aspires.” Dr. Lyle, founder of Lyco Energy, a petroleum and natural gas exploration and

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production company, has a long history of providing visionary leadership at SMU and the Cox School. Among his many contributions, Lyle served on the Cox faculty from 1967-1975 and was dean ad interim and executive dean from 1970-1975. He serves as a member of the SMU Board of Trustees and the executive boards of the Lyle School of Engineering and the Cox School of Business. He also co-founded the highly regarded Cox Associate Board, through which business students connect with more than 250 professional mentors. Frequently acknowledged for his civic and educational contributions, Lyle was honored by SMU when the University named the school of engineering the Bobby B. Lyle School of Engineering in 2008. The Lyle School seeks to “educate engineers to be leaders and creative thinkers, prepared to take on the most profound challenges confronting society and our planet.” Thanks to his generosity, Lyle’s globally minded spirit and tireless passion for education will be perpetually embodied in the Bobby B. Lyle Professor of

Entrepreneurial Studies. Dean Niemi said, “Entrepreneurship has long been a major focus at the Cox School. Bobby Lyle’s wonderful gift enables us to encourage globally-innovative approaches with faculty who know how to prepare students for new challenges in the rapidly changing world of business.” With Lyle’s participation and endorsement, the Cox School hired Professor Maria Minniti to fulfill this vision. Dr. Minniti is a prolific author, editor and researcher who has taught at the London Business School, the Max Planck Institute and Humboldt University in Germany, and the Copenhagen Business School in Denmark. For 15 years, Minniti held permanent faculty positions at NYU, Skidmore College and Babson before joining SMU Cox in 2008. Minniti is passionate about her research on gender and minority entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial behavior and entrepreneurship’s impact on economic growth. She is a highly sought lecturer who frequently shares her findings at Fall 2010


Bobby Lyle and Maria Minniti

Maria Minniti Margret Kanyua with her daughter, Peninah Muguku

conferences around the world. She chose SMU because of the many opportunities the School and Dallas offer and because of Cox’s “excellent leadership.” She explained, “Dean Niemi and (Senior Associate Dean) Bill Dillon are both accomplished scholars. They understand how academia works and what the faculty needs.” When she shared her ideas for the endowed chair, they simply told her, “Go do it!” so she could get to work quickly. Like her endowment’s namesake, Minniti combines a passion for global causes with a hands-on, no-nonsense approach. It’s a formidable combination with universal application. She shares one of her current www.cox.smu.edu

projects, which she says is only possible because of the vision of Bobby Lyle. “I am comparing 40-60 developed and developing countries. I want to understand, ‘why does one thing work in the U.S. and not work in Argentina?’” Her findings may help break down barriers to entry and shed light on what markets and entrepreneurship mean around the world. With her depth of experience and ability to captivate a classroom, Minniti quickly became a favorite at the Cox School. Peninah Muguku (MSE ’08) found a mentor and kindred spirit in Minniti. Growing up in Kenya, Muguku came from a family of entrepreneurs. Her father, who

built a successful trade business exporting African art, told her, “Study hard. Be a doctor or a lawyer, but don’t do what I’m doing!” Instead of heeding his advice, she launched a flower business before deciding to pursue her Master of Science in Entrepreneurship at SMU Cox. There, she found her realworld experience made academic studies far more meaningful. “We would read about situations in class and I would think, ‘hey, I made that mistake!’” She laughs, “I was a real-life case study!” Hungry for more, Muguku is now pursuing a Ph.D. in entrepreneurial studies. Minniti is helping her vet doctorate programs and providing her with hands-on research experience. “She’s giving me papers to read and challenging me to come up with topics for my own research,” she explained. “Professor Minniti goes above and beyond!” As an entrepreneur and teacher, Muguku hopes to apply her skills to public policy in other parts of the world. Following the vision set by Lyle and the teachings of Minniti, she will share the knowledge and inspiration she found at the Cox School far and wide. Her efforts to cultivate entrepreneurship are both admirable and sincere. Muguku simply concludes, “I want to make a difference.” Thanks to the Lyle endowment, she will.

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SMU Unbridled: The Second Century Campaign is the greatest campaign endeavor in SMU’s history. Securing significant support for scholarships and student support, faculty and academic excellence and the campus experience 10% will help define SMU’s second century. Annual alumni giving participation – no matter the amount - is equally defining for SMU, which is why two of the goals for this Campaign revolve around continuing to increase alumni involvement 5% on an annual basis, in perpetuity. The graphical depictions of the three Campaign goals below outline our progress as of August 31,2.02% 2010. As we continue our momentum toward achieving our goals, we thank you for your support of SMU and the Cox School of 0% '05-'06 '06-'07 '07-'08 '08-'09 '09-'10 '10-'11 '11-'12 '12-'13 Yearly Goal Business. If you are interested in giving, please contact the Cox Development Office at 214.768.3890.

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Giving Societies Recognize Faithful and Generous Supporters

As part of SMU Unbridled: The Second Century Campaign, we are providing special ways in which to honor some of our most loyal donors through the SMU giving societies. Here, we recognize just a few of our supporters who make an impact each day at SMU Cox and the giving society to which they belong.

President’s Associates The President’s Associates are donors who contribute cumulatively $1,000 or more to any area of the University during our fiscal year, June 1 – May 31. • Membership, awarded each year, is based on total gifts, pledge payments and matching gifts received in the previous fiscal year. • Alumni under 35 who graduated from SMU within the past 10 years are eligible for membership at 50 percent of the minimum gift amount. • Benefits include special communication from SMU, acknowledgement in SMU publications and invitations to special University and donor events.

Candice Chandler (BA ’68) and Steve Barnett (BBA ’69, JD ’72) Candice Chandler and Steve Barnett met at SMU and say the education they received and lifelong friendships they developed at SMU are invaluable. “We believe in giving back to SMU to help current students and to support the University that had such a positive impact on our lives. We met at SMU, received an excellent education and made lifelong friendships,” said Barnett. Chandler and Barnett attend all home football games and sometimes travel to support the team. They live in Dallas and enjoy spending time with their grandchildren and traveling. Chandler and Barnett have been supporters of SMU and the Cox School at the President’s Associates level since 1996. For more information about President’s Associates visit: www.smu.edu/donor

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Hilltop Society The Hilltop Society honors donors who have shown a commitment to giving every year. • Recognition is based on the number of consecutive years of giving. • A gift, given every year, to any area of the University exponentially adds up and deserves special recognition. • Milestones for recognition are: two years, five years, 10 years, 15 years and 20 years of giving. • Members receive special communication from SMU, acknowledgement in SMU publications and invitations to University and donor events.

Lieutenant Colonel George B. Alden (BBA ’50) George Alden was a distinguished military student in the ROTC program on campus and received the first regular Air Force commission awarded at SMU. He served in Korea shortly after graduation. Following a successful military career, Lt. Col. Alden, a Purple Heart recipient, retired from the Air Force in 1977 and joined Hughes Aircraft Company in Los Angeles. Alden says, “My degree from SMU gave me an opportunity to get into the procurement field where my business skills were put to use in contract negotiations, management and production of aircraft and missiles. I choose to support SMU and the Cox School every year because it is an exceptional school and I am very proud to be an alumnus.” Alden has been a loyal, consecutive supporter of SMU and the Cox School of Business since 1979.

For more information about the Hilltop Society, visit: www.smu.edu/donor.

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Dallas Hall Society Named for SMU’s first building on campus and the heart of academic and intellectual life, the Dallas Hall Society recognizes the generosity and foresight of those who are securing SMU’s future through planned gifts. Membership is extended to those who: • include SMU as a beneficiary in his or her will or living trust; • name SMU as a beneficiary of a life insurance policy or retirement plan; • name SMU as a beneficiary of a life income gift (a remainder trust, a gift annuity or lead trust); or • make a gift of a personal residence or farm to SMU, while retaining life estate. • SMU honors Dallas Hall Society members with a limited edition print of a painting of Dallas Hall, a certificate of membership and invitations to special events.

Stephen Perkins (BBA ’07) Growing up in Dallas, Stephen Perkins knew early on that SMU was the place where he would excel and be best prepared to achieve his goals. Perkins’ mother made sure that receiving a great education was a top priority so she sent him to Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas, where Perkins worked hard in order to secure significant scholarships that would help make his dream of attending SMU a reality. When asked why he decided to give back to SMU the way he did, Perkins says, “I was very lucky to be able to attend SMU in the first place.  I have an obligation to give back what was so abundantly given to me.” Perkins graduated with his BBA in 2007 and built a practice in the DFW area, where he builds “bridges” for his clients – connecting their financial plans to their life plan. In a way, that’s what Perkins has done by including SMU Cox in his estate plans; he has built a bridge between his desire to support SMU Cox today and securing that support for the future.

Susan (BS ’67) and Bob (BBA ’67) Wilson Dallas Hall Society members, Susan and Bob Wilson, say that they owe much to their alma mater. The Wilsons, married for more than 40 years, met at SMU not having met previously in their shared hometown of Memphis, Tennessee. When asked why they chose to give back to SMU and the Cox School through their estate plans, Bob says, “We owe so much of our professional success to the education we each received at SMU, and it is because of the values instilled in us by our parents that we give back to support others.” Through their annual giving to the Cox School, the Wilsons have established the Wilson Scholars Program benefitting upper-class BBA students who give back to the community. Over the years, many students, often from Tennessee, have reaped the rewards of the Wilsons’ generous spirit. The Wilsons’ estate gift will ensure that the Wilson Scholars Program at SMU’s Cox School of Business lasts in perpetuity.

For more information, please contact the Cox Office of Development at 214.768.3890 or visit: www.smu.edu/plannedgiving.

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c o x C a l e n d a r of e v e n t s

Cox Events

October 8:

William J. O’Neil Conference “Reviving Economic Freedom in America” 8:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Collins Center Contact: Andrea Smith, 214.768.4266 aesmith@cox.smu.edu

October 9:

SMU vs. Tulsa, 7 p.m. Ford Stadium*

October 13:

Bank of Texas Business Leaders Spotlight Series Speaker: Ray Hunt 11:15 a.m. reception, noon luncheon Collins Center Contact: Ann Faison, 214.768.3030 afaison@cox.smu.edu

October 16: SMU at Navy (CBS)

October 23:

Homecoming SMU vs. Houston, 2:30 p.m. Ford Stadium*

October 27:

Ernst & Young Management Briefing Series Speaker: Gurcharan Das Noon luncheon Ernst & Young Gallery, Fincher Contact: Andrea Smith, 214.768.4266 aesmith@cox.smu.edu

October 30: SMU at Tulane

November 6: SMU at UTEP

November 16:

DCEO Reception 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. Collins Center Contact: Andrea Smith, 214.768.4266 aesmith@cox.smu.edu

November 17:

Dallas 100™ Awards Speaker: Carl Sewell 6 p.m. - 10 p.m. Meyerson Symphony Center Contact: Ann Faison, 214.768.3030 afaison@cox.smu.edu

November 20:

SMU vs. Marshall, 2 p.m. Ford Stadium*

November 26:

SMU at East Carolina (CBS)

December 5:

SMU Cox Corporate Relay Challenge Part of the Dallas White Rock Marathon www.RunTheRock.com * Dean’s Tailgate “On the Boulevard” begins two hours prior to kickoff at every home game

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Important Numbers for

Cox Alumni & Friends Academic Department Chairs Accounting: Hemang Desai.................................................................................214.768.3185 Finance: Bill Maxwell...........................................................................................214.768.4150 Information Technology and Operations Management: John Semple............214.768.2546 Management and Organizations: Don VandeWalle..........................................214.768.1239 Marketing: Raj Sethuraman................................................................................214.768.3403 Real Estate/Insurance/Business Law: Bill Brueggeman.......................................214.768.3182 Strategy and Entrepreneurship: Gordon Walker...............................................214.768.2191 Alumni and External Relations Assistant Dean of External Relations and Executive Director of the Cox Alumni Association: Kevin Knox..............................................................214.768.8338 BBA PROGRAM Associate Dean: Gary Moskowitz........................................................................214.768.1575 BUSINESS INFORMATION CENTER Director: Sandy Miller..........................................................................................214.768.4113 CENTERS AND INSTITUTES Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship................................................................214.768.3689 EnCap Investments & LCM Group Alternative Asset Management Center......214.768.3828 JCPenney Center for Retail Excellence................................................................214.768.3943 KPMG Institute for Corporate Governance........................................................214.768.3053 Maguire Energy Institute.....................................................................................214.768.3692 William J. O’Neil Center for Global Markets and Freedom...............................214.768.3251 CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Business Intelligence Graduate Certificate Program..........................................214.768.1246 Entrepreneurship Certificate Program................................................................214.768.3689 Graduate Finance Certificate Program...............................................................214.768.4155 Graduate Marketing Certificate Program..........................................................214.768.2679 DEAN’S OFFICE Dean: Albert W. Niemi, Jr. ..................................................................................214.768.3012 DEVELOPMENT AND MAJOR GIFTS Director: Robin Maness........................................................................................214.768.3890 EXECUTIVE EDUCATION Associate Dean: Frank Lloyd................................................................................214.768.3191 GRADUATE PROGRAMS Associate Dean: Marci Armstrong.......................................................................214.768.4486 MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS Assistant Dean: Lynda Oliver...............................................................................214.768.3678 MBA BUSINESS LEADERSHIP CENTER/BBA LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE Director: Paula (Hill) Strasser...............................................................................214.768.3104 MBA CAREER MANAGEMENT CENTER...................................................................214.768.6227 MBA GLOBAL PROGRAMS Assistant Dean: Linda Kao...................................................................................214.768.4754 SOUTHWESTERN GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BANKING President and CEO: Scott MacDonald.................................................................214.768.2995 SPEAKER SERIES Bank of Texas Business Leaders Spotlight Series................................................214.768.3030 Collins Economic Forum.......................................................................................214.768.4266 Ernst & Young Management Briefing Series......................................................214.768.4266 L. Frank Pitts Oil and Gas Lecture Series.............................................................214.768.3692 Southwest Venture Forum...................................................................................214.768.3689 www.cox.smu.edu

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c o x h o n o r R o l l of D o n o r s

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Honor Roll of Donors Thanks for Your Generosity The Cox School gratefully acknowledges the support of individuals, foundations and organizations that made gifts to the Cox School from June 1, 2009 - May 31, 2010.

Alumni, Faculty, Friends, Parents, Staff & Students Anonymous (7) Omar S. Abdalla BBA ‘08 Feras N. Abdel Majid MBA ‘09 Matthew J. Abel BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Allen K. Abney BBA ‘00 MBA ‘09 & Hannah E. Abney BA ‘02 Mikell M. Abney BA ‘99 & William K. Abney BBA ‘97 Joaquin Acevedo BBA ‘07 Antoine C. Acklin MBA ‘10 Allen Adams & Sherry S. Adams MBA ‘92 Elizabeth A. Adams BA/BBA ‘06 James B. Adams BBA ‘05 Jane Adams & Wade P. Adams BBA ‘77 Michael W. Adams MBA ‘07 Beth M. Addy BBA ‘04 Sherry Adell & Stephen D. Adell MBA ‘79 Nicole L. Adkins BBA ‘94 & Robert Adkins Jan Adkisson & Richard W. Adkisson MBA ‘77 Amelia P. Adler BFA ‘84 & John C. Adler BSEE ‘84, MBA ‘90 Harry S. Affleck BBA ‘63 Asif B. Ahmed MBA ‘02 Deborah L. Ahmed MBA ‘01 & John Ahmed Mucio Ahumada MBA ‘05 Andrew M. Aiken BBA ‘04 Audrey E. Akers BBA ‘12 Deborah B. Akers & John F. Akers Wijdan A. Alahmad BBA ‘09 Allison L. Albert BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Charles B. Albright MBA ‘85 George B. Alden BBA ‘50 David J. Alderton BA/BBA ‘03 Liz G. Aldridge MBA ‘01 Harry B. Ireland & S. M. Aldridge JD ‘95

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Bradley W. Alexander MBA ‘10 Carrie S. Alexander MBA ‘88 & Jerry Alexander David E. Alexander & Sandy Alexander Erin M. Alexander MBA ‘78 & William B. Alexander James R. Alexander BBA ‘43 & Rosalie C. Alexander BM ‘59 Linda J. Alexander MBA ‘82 & Michael Alexander Landon Alford BBA ‘57 & Phyllis P. Alford BS ‘57 Marc R. Alger MBA ‘97 Abdulaziz K. AlHumaid BBA/BS ‘09, MSA ‘10 Dan N. Ali MBA ‘10 Linda D. Ali & Steven M. Ali MBA ‘93 Ann Allen BBA ‘69 Jeffrey W. Allen Michael P. Alley BBA ‘08 Adrian Alter BBA ‘50 & Fredna Alter Stephen J. Alter BBA ‘81 Amy E. Altizer MBA ‘03 Alexandra T. Altvater Robert C. Ammons BBA ‘63 Julie N. Amundson BBA ‘12 Abuzar M. Anaswala BBA/BS ‘05 Julie Ann Anders & Todd A. Anders MBA ‘94 Amy Anderson & David L. Anderson MBA ‘96 Carl B. Anderson BBA ‘05 Carol A. Anderson & David J. Anderson BBA ‘77 Dale Anderson & Kathleen M. Anderson BBA ‘93, MBA ‘96 Jennie Anderson & Morgan T. Anderson BBA ‘99 Karen Anderson & Lee R. Anderson MBA ‘97 Lauren J. Anderson BBA/BS ‘04 Natalie N. Anderson MBA ‘03 Nicole Anderson & Phillip M. Anderson MBA ‘91 Stephen S. Anderson Wesley P. Anderson MBA ‘10 Melissa M. Andrews & Thomas C. Andrews MBA ‘98 Robert G. Andrews MBA ‘02 & Suzanne McCarron Thomas S. Andrews William H. Andrews BA/BBA ‘89 Hannah L. Andrus BBA ‘08, MSA ‘09 Stacey J. Angel John D. Angle BBA ‘13 Kelly E. Anthony BBA ‘12 Kim M. Anthony MBA ‘86 Erin Apel & Philip M. Apel BA/BBA ‘89 Andrew J. Applewhite & Blanca S. Applewhite BBA ‘92 Gurmit Brarrad & Jesus A. Arce MBA ‘01 Ashley K. Arendale BBA ‘05, MSA ‘06 David K. Armstrong & Marcia Armstrong Greg L. Armstrong & Melinda Armstrong Mark S. Armstrong BBA ‘76 Stephanie Armstrong & Timothy W. Armstrong BBA ‘89, MBA ‘05 George W. Arnau MBA ‘84 & Jane Arnau Patricia M. Arnett BBA ‘73 & T. C. Arnett

Susan M. Arnold BBA ‘87 Manik Arora MBA ‘10 Heather Asbury BA ‘93 & Stephen S. Asbury BA/BBA ‘93, MBA ‘00 Evelyn Ashley & Scottie H. Ashley MBA ‘61, JD ‘65 Joseph E. Ashmore BBA ‘54, JD 63 Trevor L. Ashurst BBA, ‘04 MSA ‘05 Aemad A. Aslam MBA ‘04 Parker M. Atherton BBA ‘01 Orin B. Atkins BBA ‘06 Terrance B. Atkins MBA ‘07 Cynthia Atkinson & Jack B. Atkinson BBA ‘67 Lisa H. Attwood BBA ‘84 & W. M. Attwood ‘82 Collin L. Aufhammer BBA ‘11 Bennett B. Aufill MBA ‘87 & Mary Aufill Chelsea Augustine & Quinntin J. Augustine BA/BBA ‘05 Elias Cagiannos MBA ‘98 & Lara S. Aumento MBA ‘98 Alexandra M. Austin BBA ‘09 C. M. Austin BBA ‘61 Susie Austin BA ‘59 † Maxwell C. Avery BBA ‘10 Gilbert S. Avery BBA ‘52 Christine M. Ayonga MSA ‘10 Bradley W. Ayres BBA ‘01, MSA ‘02 & Dana Wilcox Ayres, MBA ‘04 Carol A. Ayres MBA ‘81 Gulzar Aziz MBA ‘10 Manas S. Babbili BBA/BS ‘05 Varun S. Babbili BBA/BS ‘08 Abby Bachman & Brian Bachman MBA ‘08 Clark H. Bacon BBA ‘04 Bridget L. Bader BBA ‘11 Jessica K. Badger BBA ‘09 James C. Bagby MBA ‘06 Norman P. Bagwell BA/BBA ‘85 & Robin B. Bagwell BBA ‘85 Robert S. Baiter MBA ‘73 Christie Baker & Timothy A. Baker MBA ‘77 James C. Baker MBA ‘97 & Linda Baker Jane Baker-Minkley & Norton Baker BBA ‘56, BL ‘59 Tara L. Baker MBA ‘05 Thomas B. Bakewell BBA ‘94, MBA ‘99 Ramji Balasubramanian MBA ‘10 Don R. Balch BBA ‘67 & Katherine Balch Laura C. Baldwin MBA ‘05 Heather M. Balestri BBA ‘93, MBA ‘99 & Ray A. Balestri Charlotte L. Ball BM ‘69 & C. Fred Ball BSIE ‘66, MBA ‘68 Charles A. Ballard BBA ‘63 Erica T. Balogh MBA ‘91 William T. Barbee BBA ‘75 Don D. Barbo MBA ‘91 Robert F. Bardwell MBA ‘80 Kim E. Barger BBA ‘02 Robert H. Barham MBA ‘92 & Shannon M. Barham Anne H. Barker BBA ‘58 & Marcus Barker Patrick J. Barker MBA ‘04 Lucy B. Barlow BA ‘61 & Samuel S. Barlow BBA ‘60

Note: † denotes someone who is deceased.

Priti Barman MBA ‘09 Aline M. Barna & William J. Barna MBA ‘01 David A. Barned MBA ‘03 & Laura Barned John Barnes & Tierney R. Barnes BBA ‘90 Robert V. Barnes MBA ‘07 Scott A. Barnes BBA ‘04 Abbey A. Barnett MBA ‘09 Candice T. Chandler BA ‘68 & Steve G. Barnett BBA ‘69, JD ‘72, ML ‘76 John C. Barney MBA ‘04 Kelly G. Barnhart BBA ‘03 Stephen D. Barnicoat & Susan B. Barnicoat MBA ‘89 Charles A. Barns BBA ‘54 Robert S. Barnwell BBA ‘03 Jean L. Barrar BBA 44 Ramsay A. Barrett MBA ‘96 & Debra Firestone Daniel Barrientos BBA ‘81 Josh B. Barron BBA ‘08, MSA ‘10 Daniel L. Barth MBA ‘96 & Twyla Barth Diana L. Bartley BBA ‘85 Charlotte Barto & John J. Barto MBA ‘01 Joseph J. Bartush MBA ‘80 & Susan M. Bartush BBA ‘76, MBA ‘79 Katherine C. Bartush BBA ‘09 Brian Edward Bascom & Lisa F. Bascom MBA ‘87 James C. Bascue BBA ‘06 Allison E. Bassman BBA ‘95 & Jarrod A. Bassman BBA ‘94 Peter J. Bates BBA ‘96 & Sarah R. Bates BA ‘96 Marisela N. Batts & Robert L. Batts MBA ‘87 Benjamin H. Baume MBA ‘98 Gurshaman S. Baweja MBA ‘99 Elizabeth L. Baxley BBA ‘09 Gordon H. Bayless BBA ‘47 † Leslie C. Bazzoon MBA ‘89 Carolyn Beach & David A. Beach BBA ‘67 Ellen A. Beadling BBA ‘76 Robert B. Beaham BA ‘84, MBA ‘86 & Molly Sue Beaham Robert S. Beall MBA ‘81 & Shelley Beall Jean C. Beasley Michelle Beattie & Stephen R. Beattie BBA ‘90 Hamilton S. Beazley MBA ‘77 Aurora M. Becerra Bradford Beck & Sallie A. Beck MBA ‘82 Paul A. Beckham MBA ‘96 Suzanne S. Beeman BBA ‘61 Richard Beeny MBA ‘00 James B. Beeson MBA ‘09 & Jonnie Beeson Courtney M. Behan BBA ‘03 Amy W. Behm BBA ‘84 & Herbert M. Behm Angie Belfer & Ellis S. Belfer MBA ‘01 Brad B. Bell BA/BBA ‘06 & Cortney M. Bell BBA ‘05, MSA ‘06 David W. Bell MBA ‘88 & Elizabeth M. Bell Warren A. Bell MBA ‘96 Crystal Belmares BBA ‘01 Carolyn J. Bender BBA ‘81 & Robert G. Bender BBA ‘81 Hua Bender BBA ‘04 Harry H. Bendorf BBA ‘51 Erin J. Benedetto BBA ‘10 Todd J. Benevides MBA ‘06 Fall 2010


Derek J. Bengtson MBA ‘06 Jonathan E. Bennett MBA ‘04 & Julie Bennett John T. Benton BBA ‘67 & Susan S. Benton Charles A. Berg BBA ‘08 Eric A. Bergin BBA ‘01 & Jennifer Bergin Robert A. Berkland MBA ‘10 Charles M. Berlau BBA ‘79 Casey P. Bernard & James M. Bernard MBA ‘02 Melissa C. Berner MBA ‘06 Kelly M. Bernhardt BBA ‘99 & Todd Bernhardt Christopher J. Bernish MBA ‘93 & Debra Bernish Mary G. Berroteran BBA ‘99 Rob M. Bertino MBA ‘94 Charles A. Besio MBA ‘74 & Sharon J. Besio Rhys J. Best MBA ‘71 & Sue E. Best Nolan O. Bewley MBA ‘60 Sreekumar R. Bhaskaran Daniel W. Bickel BBA ‘81 & Laura Bickel Neil A. Bickley BBA ‘72 Manoj M. Bidnurkar MBA ‘10 Christopher R. Bierman BBA ‘94 & Lori G. Bierman BA ‘95, MA ‘97 Lizabeth Birkeland & Peter A. Birkeland BBA ‘88 Deepti R. Biswal MBA ’10 Brock D. Bizzell MBA ‘09 Charles S. Black & Lounelle C. Black BBA ‘78 Charlotte S. Black BBA ‘09 Fredda L. Black ‘60 Rachel L. Black BBA ‘05 Joan C. Blackmar & Roger W. Blackmar BBA ‘54 David W. Blair Erin Conner Blair & Todd M. Blair MBA ‘85 John Blake & Shannon D. Blake BBA ‘89 Jo Anne Blanchette & Raymond A. Blanchette MBA ‘04 David P. Bleakley & Kay B. Bleakley Sarah M. Blears BBA ‘10 Scott C. Blount MBA ‘09 Daisey C. Blower Lori K. Blumenthal MBA ‘85 Peter M. Blumeyer BBA ‘68 Patrick J. Blusanovics Brenda G. Bogart & William R. Bogart BBA ‘81 Brian A. Bogert BBA ‘99 Jilene K. Boghetich BBA ‘76 & Tony Boghetich BBA ‘75 Matthew M. Boles MBA ‘98 Jane R. Bolin & Pat S. Bolin BA ‘73 Kathryn C. Bolinger BFA ‘78 & Timothy W. Bolinger MBA ‘75 Benjamin K. Boller MBA ‘92 Barry L. Boniface BBA ‘84 & Lora C. Boniface BA ‘84 Ely Bonilla-Mathe & Salvador Bonilla-Mathe BBA ‘75 Garry Booker & Lisa T. Booker BBA ‘84 Sara A. Booker MBA ‘98 & William S. Booker MBA ‘99 Katherine G. Boomer Eric B. Boon BBA ‘07 Beth B. Boring BBA ‘80 & Bruce Boring www.cox.smu.edu

Natalie L. Bornowski Jeff Borron & Lee E. Borron MBA ‘90 Debbie Boss & Gregory B. Boss BBA ‘60 Brennen B. Bounds BBA ‘89 & Hiromi Bounds Carol Bourland BA ‘70 & King Bourland MBA ‘67 John D. Bowman MBA ‘99 & Marjorie D. Bowman Jacob A. Boyd BBA ‘10 Fran R. Boyer BBA ‘69, MBA ‘70 & J. Parker Boyer Edwin D. Bozeman BBA ‘75 Alan J. Brackett MBA ‘05 Sarah V. Braden BBA ‘07 Claire W. Bradley & William D. Bradley MBA ‘82 Tara J. Bradley John Babis & Christine A. Bradshaw MBA ‘95 Douglas E. Brady, MSA ‘10 John W. Braley BBA ‘79, MBA ‘81 Jill Branson & Philip D. Branson Gerald P. Braun BS ‘83, MBA ‘87 & Laura L. Braun MBA ‘87 Teresa Bond Braun & William A. Braun MBA ‘82 Jon T. Breazeale BFA ‘96 & Kristin E. Breazeale BBA ‘95 Douglas L. Breckenridge MBA ‘97 Roslyn C. Breen BBA ‘87 & Sean Breen Matthew R. Bregman BBA ‘05 Eric M. Breidenbach MBA ‘92 & Sheryl Breidenbach Charles T. Breinholt MBA ‘05 John Bremer MBA ‘98 Ursula N. Brent BBA ‘09 Leigh E. Bresnahan MBA ‘10 Granville C. Briant BA/BBA ‘03 Gina L. Bridwell & Tucker S. Bridwell BBA ‘73, MBA ‘74 Kenneth L. Brier MBA ‘73 & Leslie C. Brier Richard A. Briesch & Samia Briesch Rosemary H. Briggs Briggs A. Briner MBA ‘06 Nathan L. Brinkley MBA ‘04 & Nora Brinkley Staci R. Brinkman MBA ‘10 Harris A. Bristol BBA ‘06, MSA ‘07 Sue Ellen Brittain & Vic Brittain BBA ‘71 Mackenzie L. Brittingham BBA ‘09 Carolyn M. Broderick MBA ‘10 John S. Broderick MBA ‘82 Lynne P. Broderick & William H. Broderick Reid T. Bronson MBA ‘85 George W. Brooks MBA ‘10 Christina A. Brooks & Francis A. Brooks MBA ‘85 Leah K. Broussard BBA ‘03 Mark Broussard MBA ‘91 Ashley J. Brown MBA ‘10 Lindsay A. Brown Stephanie C. Brown April C. Brown BBA ‘08 Brenda M. Brown BA ‘70, MBA ‘77 & Fred A. Brown Brian L. Brown BBA ‘78 & Kathleen J. Brown Caroline P. Brown BBA ‘05

Carrington D. Brown MBA ‘08 Cathy A. Brown & Paul W. Brown BBA ‘67, JD ‘75 Dave Brown & Melissa A. Brown MBA ‘90 Elichia Brown & William J. Brown BBA ‘92, MBA ‘96 Forrest C. Brown & Virginia H. Brown MBA ‘78 Gary R. Brown BBA ‘78, MBA ‘95 & Melanie Brown Katherine G. Brown MBA ‘08 Mark A. Brown MBA ‘83 & Tammy Brown Mary E. Brown BBA ‘80 Susan E. Brown MBA ‘77 Stephanie R. Brownhill BBA ‘09 Patricia M. Browning BBA ‘46 Heather Brownlee & Stephen B. Brownlee MBA ‘03 Allison Ancona Brubaker MBA ‘08 & Elliot Brubaker Peter D. Brundage & Susan G. Brundage Johnette Oden-Brunson & Ronal K. Brunson MBA ‘01 Benjamin Q. Brunt MBA ‘97 Barry J. Bryan Brandy E. Bryan BBA ‘02 Richard F. Bryan BBA ‘86 David Bryant & Jancye Bryant BBA ‘73 Lisa M. Buchert MBA ‘88 Angela S. Buchholz MBA ‘85 & Robert A. Buchholz MBA ‘85 Tom L. Buck BBA ‘06, MSA ‘07 Cynthia M. Buckley BBA ‘94 & M. D. Buckley BA/BBA ‘93 Carly C. Bucklin BBA ‘11 Margaret M. Buechler BBA ‘80 Ranee E. Bugh & Stanley A. Bugh MBA ‘84 Marc S. Bullock BA/BBA ‘09 William B. Bullock BA ‘81 Mark L. Bundgus MBA ‘10 Anthony E. Bunnell MBA ‘10 J. Grant Burcham BBA ‘84 Michael S. Burdett BBA ‘84 & Monika S. Burdett BA ‘85 Donald A. Burgio MBA ‘94, MS ‘09 John S. Burke BBA ‘60 & Norma Burke B. T. Burnett MBA ‘00 Ashley C. Burns BBA ‘07 Kara Burnstein & Michael L. Burnstine BBA ‘87 Emanuel C. Burrell MBA ‘80 Jamie L. Burress MBA ‘98 Jeffrey W. Burrow MBA ‘97 George R. Burtner BBA ‘72 & Mary K. Burtner Michael J. Burtzlaff MBA ‘05 & Rebecca L. Burtzlaff MBA ‘06 Michael P. Buscher Elizabeth Bushwar & Oscar M. Bushwar BBA ‘48 Michael W. Busker BA/BBA ‘99, MBA ‘04 Derrick H. Butler Charles R. Butler MBA ‘91 & Teri Butler Emily C. Butler BBA ‘05 Karl Butler

Cynthia T. Butz BA ‘84 & James A. Butz BBA ‘84 John P. Buxie BBA ‘06 Susan Byerley & William M. Byerley BBA ‘75, MBA ‘76 Joe Byrne & Lana N. Byrne BA/BBA ‘86 Frank W. Byrne BBA ‘77 & Kim Byrne Fred Cabrera BBA ‘95 Christopher J. Cacheris MBA ‘77 & Jan W. Cacheris Robert D. Cadenhead BBA ‘77 Elias Cagiannos MBA ‘98 & Lara S. Aumento MBA ‘98 Benjamin R. Caldwell MBA ‘10 Carl P. Caldwell BBA/BS ‘84 & Maria Caldwell Kevin Caldwell & Lynn T. Caldwell BA/BBA ‘81 Martha M. Caldwell BS ‘38 Ulderico Calero MBA ‘08 Christopher J. Callahan BBA ‘10 C.J. Camerato Alicia T. Cammon BBA ‘84 & Roger E. Cammon Sarah A. Camodeca BA/BBA ‘09 Anna L. Campbell MBA ‘84 & Dan Campbell Brenda D. Campbell MBA ‘91 & Wesley Campbell Christopher Campbell & Victoria S. Campbell MBA ‘96 Sheila K. Campbell BBA ‘85 Jerry A. Candy BBA ‘67 & Suzanne Candy Scott J. Canfield BBA ‘83 Nicole M. Cangelosi BBA ‘09 Natasha J. Cannon Marla J. Cannon BBA ‘07 Patricia Cannon & Roger S. Cannon BA ‘66 Kevin Canty BBA ‘86 & Lynn Canty Michael S. Caplan Jodi Caple BFA ‘79 & Lee Caple BBA ‘77 Christopher S. Carabell MBA ‘93 Kristina A. Carbonneau BA/BBA ‘09 Hector J. Cardenas BA/BBA ‘07 Pamela G. Carey BFA ‘83 & Ron R. Carey, III BBA ‘84 Gino R. Carlomagno, MBA ‘10 Douglas G. Carman BBA ‘64, PhD ‘72 Carl L. Carpenter BBA ‘49 Carlos A. Carpizo MBA ‘98 Brenda H. Carr & James G. Carr MBA ‘74 Yuri Carrasco BA/BBA ‘05 Barbara D. Carson MBA ‘75 Christopher E. Carson MBA ‘08 Jay B. Carson Kit Carson BBA ‘04 Gregory J. Carter & Jennifer C. Key Christy Carter & Frank J. Carter BBA ‘78 James L. Carter MBA ‘82 & Janet Carter Vicki Cartwright Ana M. Carty & Donald J. Carty Nathaniel R. Carty MBA ‘00 Cliff L. Cary MBA ‘01 Cynthia Cary & David F. Cary MBA ‘88 Eric Casey MBA ‘02 Eric Casey MBA ‘90 Neil E. Casey MBA ‘85 Charles H. Cash MBA ‘96

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Eileen B. Cason MBA ‘83 & Mark A. Cason Jonathan Castaneda BBA ‘05 Robert W. Caston BBA ‘73 Carmen Castro & Leonardo Castro MBA ‘03 Jorge J. Castro MBA ‘98 & Ximena Castro Carlton A. Catalani BBA ‘98 & Erin E. Catalani Frank D. Cavalier MBA ‘82 Mimi M. Cawood BBA ‘05 Ellen N. Caywood BBA ‘98 & Ryan Caywood Robert S. Ceplo MBA ‘90 & Seana M. Ceplo Norberto P. Chaclin MBA ‘05 Robert W. Chalmers MBA ‘05 & Stacy Chalmers James D. Chambers MBA ‘80 & Niecy Chambers Thomas M. Chambers MBA ‘88 & Rosanna Sutherland Patrick G. Chammas Dale Champion & Debbie S. Champion BBA ‘78 Allison P. Chandler BBA ‘11 Sudhir Channabasappa MBA ‘01 Brandy Chapman & Nathan G. Chapman MBA ‘04 Cynthia C. Chapman BBA ‘69 & Steven M. Chapman BBA ‘69 Dianne Chapman & William W. Chapman MBA ‘74 Elizabeth L. Chappell BBA ‘07 Judith Charnock & Sidney L. Charnock BBA ‘58 Carin Ann F. Charon BBA ‘05 Samuel M. Chase MBA ‘04 Harsha Chaturvedi MBA ‘99 Parikshit Chauhan MBA ‘10 Melanie M. Chavez MA/MBA ‘97 Jeffrey D. Cheatham BBA ‘99 Rachel C. Cheeks MBA ‘02 Thomas C. Chenoweth MBA ‘09 Carol A. Cherrington Logue MBA ‘10 Lizzy D. Chesnut BBA ‘12 Laurence Y. Chiang MBA ‘10 Emily G. Childers BBA ‘03, MSA ‘04 Carol W. Childs BA/BBA ‘78 & James E. Childs BBA ‘76 Brandi P. Chilian BBA ‘98, MSA ‘99 & Peter C. Chilian BBA ‘97 Young W. Cho BBA/BS ‘08 Jung H. Chon MBA ‘05 Mohammad M. Choudhry MBA ‘06 Dewan M. Chowdhury BBA ‘12 Maliha R. Chowdhury BBA ‘12 Craig Christopherson MBA ‘70 Alan P. Chuang MBA ‘10 Kimberly A. Church BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Chester R. Ciancarelli MBA ‘95 Molly A. Cikacz Randy Cimorelli MBA ‘99 & Wendy Cimorelli Donald F. Clark MBA ‘10 Allen B. Clark MBA ‘70 & Linda Clark Barbara Clark & William J. Clark MBA ‘71 Edwin A. Clark BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 H. B. Clark MBA ‘76 & Laura M. Clark Ian R. Clark BBA ‘07 James E. Clark MBA ‘05 & Jennifer Clark

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Jill Clark & John E. Clark MBA ‘75 Nathan J. Clark BBA ‘09 John U. Clarke MBA ‘76 Richard L. Clay MBA ‘97 James B. Clayton BS ‘65, MBA ‘78 & Susan H. Clayton BA ‘65, MA ‘72, MBA ‘74 Rita C. Clements & William P. Clements ‘39 Gregory T. Clifton MBA ‘05 Marie Clifton & Robert Clifton MBA ‘04 Bill Cline & Debra K. Cline MBA ‘95 Christi C. Clinger MBA ‘03 Marshall P. Cloyd BSCE ‘64 & & Robin S. Cloyd MBA ‘80 Barbara Cluck BBA ‘56 & Del Cluck Jennifer T. Clyde BA ‘85 & Robert A. Clyde BBA ‘85 Charles C. Clymer BBA ‘67, JD ‘70 & Francais L. Clymer BBA ‘64 Amber Coben & Chad E. Coben MBA ‘90 William J. Coburn BBA ‘76 Kyle D. Coe MBA ‘10 Pam F. Cohen & Robert T. Cohen BBA ‘79 Charles R. Coil BBA ‘62 & Gail Coil Evelyn L. Cole & R. B. Cole MBA ‘74 Kalere Coleman & Phillip Coleman MBA ‘05 Laura R. Coleman BBA ‘09 Walter C. Coleman BA/BBA ‘01 Walter H. Coleman BBA ‘49 Samantha R. Colletti BBA/BS ‘09, MSA ‘10 Bruce L. Collins BBA ‘50 & Mary Collins BA ‘53 Catherine A. Collins BBA ‘78 David N. Collins & Nina O. Collins Emmett M. Collins BBA ‘54, BL ‘59 † Kathleen C. Collins BA ‘75 & James W. Collins BBA ‘75, MBA ‘77 Patti M. Collins MBA ‘89 & Steven Collins Richard H. Collins BBA ‘69 Susanne P. Collins BBA ‘07 Susan F. Colwell BBA ‘83 & Wesley H. Colwell Brett Combs BBA ‘90 & Lisa Combs Charles M. Conder BBA ‘77 & Lauren Conder BBA ‘77 John K. Condon MBA ‘73 & MaryAnne Condon Allan R. Conge MBA ‘83 & Tracy Conge Christopher P. Conlan MBA ‘09 James E. Conley MBA ‘91 Allison R. Connally BBA ‘99 & Daniel Connally Philip R. H. Connor BBA ‘85 John P. Connors MBA ‘75 Robert F. Contreras BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Anne F. Conwell BBA ‘80 & Melvin D. Conwell William W. Coody MBA ‘72 & Shelia Wilson Keith R. Coogan & Roxanne B. Coogan BBA ‘75 Bowen Cook & James L. Cook BBA ‘05 Corbin B. Cook MBA ‘07 Daniel W. Cook & Gail B. Cook David A. Cook MBA ‘90 & Kelly Cook Douglas E. Cook MBA ‘05 Ginger Cooksley & William J. Cooksley MBA ‘78 Lisa C. Coombs BBA ‘85 Craig M. Coon BBA ‘81

Beth A. Cooney MBA ‘99 Hugh S. Coonrod BBA ‘81 & Marybeth Coonrod Heidi C. Cooper MBA ‘75 Linda B. Cooper BBA ‘71 & Thomas G. Cooper Mary H. Cooper MBA ‘91 Ann Corcoran & Joseph E. Corcoran MBA ‘85 Jeffrey D. Cordes MBA ‘84 Ann P. Corley BA ‘45 & O. Paul Corley BBA ‘53 Benjamin L. Corona MBA ‘06 Stephen A. Corona BBA ‘80 G. S. Corwin MBA ‘80 Milly Ann Corwin & Paul A. Corwin MBA ‘91 Joan S. Couch & Richard K. Couch BBA ‘64 Elizabeth L. Coulter BA ‘07 David Counce & Stacey T. Counce MBA ‘00 Forrest D. Covin BBA ‘66 & Toni B. Covin BFA ‘70 Bonnie S. Cox & Rody P. Cox Brad Carpenter & Chelsea C. Cox BA/BBA ‘08 Cory T. Cox MBA ‘09 Curtis C. Cox BBA ‘07 & Lauren A. Cox BBA ‘07 Edwin L. Cox ‘42 John C. Cox BBA ‘73, JD ‘79 & Pamela Cox Maria A. Coello & W. M. Cox Penny F. Cox Roberta P. Cox BBA ‘74 & Thomas R. Cox Christopher W. Cozad MBA ‘88 Anne W. Cragg BBA ‘52 Alex C. Crai BBA ‘11 Cheryl W. Craig & Grant Craig BBA ‘64 Marli E. Craig BFA ‘95 & Todd C. Craig BBA ‘92 Elizabeth S. Crandall & Stephen M. Crandall MBA ‘92 Savannah S. Cravens BBA ‘12 Keith L. Cravens BBA ‘74, MBA ‘09 Candice C. Crawford BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Charles M. Crawford MBA ‘04 Ricky R. Crawford MBA ‘89 A. C. Creech BA ‘60, MBA ‘73 Betina Cregg & Robert Cregg MBA ‘87 Ellen H. Crim MBA ‘82 & Randy Crim Ed R. Crissey BBA ‘49 Steven M. Croce BS ‘09, MSA ‘10 Bradford T. Crockett Martha K. Crockett MBA ‘87 & Scott Crockett William C. Cromley MBA ‘09 Constance K. Cross MBA ‘82 & Ralph E. Cross Christopher P. Croupe MBA ‘06 & Lydia Croupe Mollie H. Crow Shawn B. Crow MBA ‘09 Bart A. Crowder MBA ‘90 & Jana Crowder Eddie L. Crowder BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Barbara L. Crowe & Frederick J. Crowe MBA ‘93 Leslie Crowley & Stephen R. Crowley MBA ‘91 Annie B. Crum BBA ‘02 Gary T. Crum BBA ‘69 & Sylvie P. Crum Leanna Cruz Karen E. Cude & Martin C. Cude BBA ‘64 Veronica L. Cudmore BBA ‘08

John S. Cullers MBA ‘80 Becky B. Cullum BS ‘00 & Christian Cullum, MBA ‘10 Dale W. Cullum BA ‘74 & Philip H. Cullum BBA ‘74 Keely C. Culpepper BBA ‘00 Arleen Cunningham & James P. Cunningham MBA ‘83 Rachel S. Curry, MSA ‘10 Kelly J. Curtis BBA ‘10 William C. Curtis BBA ‘70, MBA ‘71 Michelle L. Cusator BBA ‘11 Linda Pitts Custard ‘60, MBA ‘99 & William A. Custard BBA ‘57 Taylor C. Custer BBA ‘06 Catherine M. Cutshall MBA ‘90 Danielle C. Czajka BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Flavio P. Daibert MBA ‘92 & Patricia Daibert Clayton R. Dallas BBA ‘10 Rohit H. Dand MBA ‘08 Lauren C. Daniel J. T. Daniel BBA ‘48 Kathryn M. Daniel BBA ‘84 & Lee B. Daniel Jason L. Danielson BA/BBA ‘01, MSA ‘02 Josh Darby & Paige B. Darby BBA ‘99 Thomas F. Darden Bill T. Darnell BBA ‘98 & Cheryl M. Darnell Amanda G. Daugherty BBA ‘97 Darren J. Daugherty MBA ‘02 Connor F. Davidson Charles L. Davidson & Donna M. Davidson Jeffrey L. Davies MBA ‘90 Paige L. Davis, MBA ‘10 Veronica D. Davis Danielle V. Davis BA/BBA ‘00 & Scott J. Davis BA/BBA ‘00 Elizabeth E. Davis MBA ‘09 Heather Davis & Robert D. Davis BBA ‘93, MBA ‘04 James F. Davis & Nancy L. Davis BBA ‘75 Jerry L. Davis BBA ‘81 & Johnetta Davis John T. Davis & Josefina R. Davis Kevin L. Davis MBA ‘04 Michael L. Davis MA ‘78, PhD ‘83 Sarah C. Davis MBA ‘85 Don F. Davison BS ‘74, MBA ‘80 & Janene Davison Jessica L. Daw MBA ‘07 Jesse Dawkins BBA ‘10 Matthew J. Day MBA ‘10 Julie De Chilly & Sebastien De Chilly MBA ‘09 Richard M. De Garis MBA ‘06 Carol B. De La Torre BBA ‘87 & Jorge De La Torre Marie Louise De La Vergne BBA ‘94 Trent M. Decker MBA ‘08 Taryn E. Declue Evan A. Dedo BA/BBA ‘09 Ryan T. Deegan Thomas A. Del Core MBA ‘10 Ryan W. Delaney BBA ‘06 Taylor C. Delfin BBA ‘04 Donald C. DeMoss MBA ‘88 & Karen DeMoss Courtney Denby & Douglas C. Denby MBA ‘98 Fall 2010


Mark V. Dendle MBA ‘02 Bill Denk & Peggy G. Denk MBA ‘89 Clarence L. Dennard BBA ‘76 Brigitte S. Dennett BA ‘92 & Justin M. Dennett BBA ‘92 Elizabeth A. Dennis BA ‘70 & William M. Dennis BBA ‘69 Steve B. Denson Norman E. Depew BBA ‘59 Bhavini P. Desai BBA ‘12 Hemang A. Desai & Sejal Desai Srilatha Desemsetti MSA ‘09 Tiffany E. Dessert BBA ‘94 Carl A. Detering BBA ‘74 & Catherine N. Detering Heather Deutschmann & James M. Deutschmann BBA ‘94 Chakravarthy Devabathula MBA ‘06 Melissa A. Devlin BBA ‘04 Katherine M. Dewan BBA ‘10 Brittany M. Dewan BA/BBA ‘08, MSA ‘09 Derek E. Dewan & Kim B. Dewan Sharmila S. Dharod & Sunil D. Dharod Peter L. Diaz Manuel Diaz BBA ‘04, JD ‘07 Michael T. Dibbert MBA ‘82 & Tricia Dibbert Bryan L. Diers BBA ‘78 & Leslie Diers Alex A. Dillard BBA ‘05 Alex Dillard & Cannell Dillard J. M. Dillard & Lynn K. Dillard William C. Diller BBA ‘56 Heidi Dillon & William R. Dillon John J. Dindal MBA ‘91 James R. Dingler MBA ‘79 Lee M. Dinneen MBA ‘85 & Robert F. Dinneen Jessica M. DiPiazza BBA ‘09 Elizabeth Disch MBA ‘80 Paul J. Divis MBA ‘99 & Tiffany Divis Timothy P. Dlugos MBA ‘09 Zachary D. Dobin BBA ‘10 Drew C. Dodson & Jana B. Dodson BBA ‘89 Brian M. Doffing MBA ‘01 Carol J. Doggett BBA ‘82 & Scott Doggett William J. Doherty MBA ‘02 Leslie L. Doll MBA ‘86 & Robert C. Doll James S. Donahoe MBA ‘05 Michael T. Donahue MBA ‘87 Andrea L. Donatucci MBA ‘03 Karen W. Donegan BBA ‘79 & Michael Donegan Jessica M. Donnelli BBA ‘06 Caryn Donnelly & Russel C. Donnelly MBA ‘00 Denise Donoghue & James J. Donoghue MBA ‘72 Kelly A. Donohue BA/BBA ‘05 Kevin R. Donovan MBA ‘08 Lisa Doocy & Paul J. Doocy MBA ‘83 Anna A. Dooley MBA ‘93 & Gene E. Dooley MBA ‘93 Brian H. Dooley BBA ‘50 Chanel M. Doree BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Laurie S. Dorfman BBA ‘85 & Scott R. Dorfman Stacey L. Dorfman-Kivowitz Dawsey H. Dorr BBA ‘00 www.cox.smu.edu

Katherine L. Dorr BBA ‘99 Brenda Doty & Mark E. Doty MBA ‘87 Cindy Doublesin & Martin F. Doublesin BA/BBA ‘87 Kenneth D. Douglas BA/BBA ‘03 Sam Douglas BA/BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Erwin E. Dow & Nancy A. Dow BBA ‘64 Daniel A. Doxey MBA ‘07 Lynn Doyle & Peter W. Doyle MBA ‘86 Jean G. Drake BA ‘53, ME ‘69 Ramsey W. Drake MBA ‘84 & Susan P. Drake Cheryl D. Drayer & James F. Drayer Kristina L. Drone BA ‘00 & Timothy R. Drone BBA ‘99 Nancy McMahon Drought BFA ‘85 & Thomas J. Drought BBA ‘84 John S. Dryden MBA ‘71 & Judith S. Dryden Cynthia Fuller Dubinski BA ‘82 & Steven A. Dubinski BBA ‘80 C. Wilson DuBose & Patricia R. Dubose MBA ‘81 Sam DuBose & Vivian N. DuBose MBA ‘77 Dan W. Dubs & Susan L. Dubs BBA ‘92 Michael J. Duchin & Sherri M. Duchin MBA ‘81 Rafi Dudekula MBA ‘00 Beth Duff & Mark A. Duff BBA ‘91 Lisa M. Dugand MBA ‘94 & Andrew Prowting Julia A. Dulan & Michael H. Dulan MBA ‘78 Jeston B. Dumas MBA ‘96 & Rebecca Dumas Mark J. Dunbar BBA ‘80 & Tanya L. Dunbar Carol J. Duncan BBA ‘79 Kelly L. Duncan & Vincent W. Duncan MBA ‘93 Jane Dunfee & William G. Dunfee BBA ‘74 Helen D. Dunlap & Thomas R. Dunlap BBA ‘73 Christine R. Dunn BBA ‘84 & James L. Dunn Judith A. Dunn BBA ‘77 William B. Dunn MBA ‘86 Lynn R. Dunphy BA ‘93 & Scott R. Dunphy BBA ‘88 Charles G. Dunstan MBA ‘04 Glen Dupaul & Stephanie T. Dupaul MA ‘04 Walter W. Durham MBA ‘69 Stephen M. Dutcher BBA ‘83 Madison A. Dyal BBA ‘09 Tim W. Dyes MBA ‘84 Mark Early MBA ‘82, JD ‘90 & Michelle M. Early JD ‘90 Richard W. Earthman BBA ‘98 Dick L. Ebel MBA ‘01 & Kathy M. Ebel Franklin F. Eckhart MBA ‘93 & Karen Eckhart Brett A. Eckles BBA ‘99 J. M. Edge MBA ‘04 Jay Edwards & Melanie G. Edwards MA/MBA ‘98 Gwen M. Eisenstein JD ‘78 Joseph E. Eklund MBA ‘09 Adham H. El-Effendi BBA ‘10 H. E. Elkins MBA ‘95 Don C. Ellis MBA ‘08 Eli N. Ellis BA ‘01, MBA ‘10 Derrill G. Elmore BBA ‘42 † Jane Elmore ‘43 † Mark J. Emmenegger MBA ‘10

Carolyn Emrick & Gregory B. Emrick BBA ‘68 Anthony R. Engelman MSA ‘09 Janet Engle & John J. Engle MBA ‘98 Gregory L. Engler MBA ‘86 & Monica L. Engler Donald F. Epler MBA ‘70 Marisa A. Erwin Eunice I. Escobar Baruch F. Esparza Hernandez MBA ‘07 Brian C. Esquivel MBA ‘10 Robert L. Esson BBA ‘67 & Wynell J. Esson BA ‘66 Martha P. Ethridge & Roger E. Ethridge MBA ‘77 Robert H. Eubanks MSA ‘10 James A. Euchner MBA ‘85 & Nancy N. Euchner MBA ‘82 Monica L. Evangelist MBA ‘01 & Shane N. Evangelist MBA ‘00 Matthew G. Evans BBA ‘12 Eric H. Everett MBA ‘94 & Jennifer Everett Charles B. Ewing MBA ‘10 & Kate G. Livingston Mary Helen Fabacher & Mike A. Fabacher Alexander V. Fadeev MBA ‘05 Diane L. Fadley BBA ‘81 & James A. Fadley BBA ‘79 Leigh Fahr & Trevor C. Fahr MSA ‘02 Kathy Fair & Richard I. Fair MBA ‘90 Ann D. Faison & Robert H. Faison Denise M. Faler MBA ‘83 Christine M. Falgout BBA ‘08 Nancy F. Fallen MBA ‘07 Jean M. Fally MBA ‘99 & Veronique N. Fally Brian W. Farabough JD/MBA ‘10 Mark S. Farha MBA ‘94 Shirley Farha & William G. Farha MBA ‘68 Frank C. Farmer MBA ‘04 & Stacy A. Farmer MBA ‘04 Don P. Farris & Rebecca Farris Jim C. Farris BBA ‘74 & Sarah A. Farris Robert F. Farwell MBA ‘82 & Winifred A. Farwell Hollie Faulk & John M. Faulk BBA ‘98 Doreen Fava & Karl L. Fava MBA ‘87 Robert J. Fazen MBA ‘72 & Marianne Fazen Gary A. Feather MBA ‘87 & Lisa Feather J. K. Feille BBA ‘69 & Martha Feille Alan D. Feld BA ‘57, BL ‘60 & Anne S. Feld David L. Felgner BA/BBA ‘91 Doug E. Ferber BBA ‘84, MBA ‘89 Jane Ferguson & Robert A. Ferguson BBA ‘66 Craig F. Ferley MBA ‘91 & Maria Ferley Ashley N. Fern, MBA ‘10 Annamarie E. Fernandez Mauricio Fernandez MBA ‘10 Pablo Fernandez BBA ‘03 Cheri Ferneding & David J. Ferneding MBA ‘99 Christine Ferrari & Harold D. Ferrari MBA ‘98 Lauren L. Ferreira BBA ‘11 Alan P. Fess BBA ‘04 Eric F. Fess BBA ‘75 & Patricia L. Fess BS ‘75 Bev C. Ficke BBA ‘49 & Billie Ficke Dennis W. Field MBA ‘84 & Susan Field Gillian C. Field BBA ‘09

Robert W. Field MBA ‘06 Joanna C. Castro & Victor E. Figueroa MBA ‘09 Georgann T. Filak BS ‘59 & George A. Filak MBA ‘67 Nancy Fincher & Richard L. Fincher MS ‘94, MBA ‘02 Debra Firestone & Ramsay A. Barrett MBA ‘96 Cheryl Fischbach & James C. Fischbach MBA ‘73 Halsey R. Fischer BBA ‘04 Hayley M. Fischer BA/BBA ‘07 Joanne P. Fischer MBA ‘75 & Kurt A. Fischer MBA ‘75 Gary E. Fish MBA ‘99 & Nancy Fish Andrew S. Fisher BBA ‘80 Becky R. Fisher BBA ‘86 & Bryant R. Fisher MBA ‘85 Karen B. Fisher MBA ‘89 & William K Fisher Maryann W. Fisher & Stephen D. Fisher BBA ‘69, MBA ‘78 Lex Fitzenhagen & Michelle S. Fitzenhagen MBA ‘93 Colin E. Fitzgibbons MBA ’10 Jennifer D. Flanagan BA ‘82 & Martin L. Flanagan BA/BBA ‘82 Walter L. Fleming MBA ‘66 William P. Fletcher BA/BBA ‘09 C. E. Florence BBA ‘72, MBA ‘75 Luis Flores Cherie Flores & Jim C. Flores Frederic P. Flores MBA ‘03 Peter K. Flowers MBA ‘10 Catherine Flowers & William O. Flowers BBA ‘81, JD 87 Shauna A. Flume BBA ‘12 Kate S. Flume MBA ‘04 & Matthew L. Flume MBA ‘04 Sarah E. Flume BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Lacey A. Fluor BA/BBA ‘06 Jim Kleiner & Renee T. Foisy Kleiner MBA ‘94 Marsha Folta & Timothy B. Folta BBA ‘84 Barbara W. Fooshee BBA ‘56 & John Fooshee Joseph W. Foran JD ‘77 & Nancy N. Foran Walter O. Forehand BBA ‘73, MBA ‘74 Rachael M. Forish BBA ‘08 Erica L. Forrest BBA ‘07 Jane Fortenberry MBA ‘77 James L. Fortner BBA ‘64 & Myrfa K. Fortner BA ‘64 Franklin L. Fosdick BBA ‘62 Charles C. Foster BBA ‘63 J. Thomas T. Foster & Sheri L. Foster BBA ‘83 Jay Foster & Lisa M. Foster BBA ‘84 John H. Foster MBA ‘02 John R. Foster & Lynn E. Foster BS ‘78, MBA ‘84 Kevin R. Foster MBA ‘03 Kristen M. Foster BBA ‘98, MBA ‘07 Kimberly Fouke & Harry H. Fouke MBA ‘02 Debbie L. Fowler & Gregory A. Fowler MBA ‘97 Edward J. Fox Judith H. Foxman MBA ‘76 & Ronald A. Foxman JD ‘77

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Leroy Francis MBA ‘70 Nery J. Franco BA/BBA ‘00 Carolyn E. Frank MBA ‘87 Leslie Frank & Mitch Frank BBA ‘83, MBA ‘10 Lynda Frank & William A. Frank MBA ‘80 Aleene S. Fraser & James B. Fraser BBA ‘73, MBA ‘74 Alan J. Freeman BBA ‘71 & Mary Freeman Angela Freeman John F. Freeman BBA ‘70, JD ‘73 & Pam Freeman Caroline A. French Kitty French & Penn H. French BBA ‘83 Marcia C. French Michael C. French Elizabeth L. Friary BBA ‘05 & Richard Friary Aaron J. Fricke MBA ‘98 Debra L. Friedkin & T. D. Friedkin David S. Friedman BBA ‘93 & Michele A. Friedman Rodrigo R. Fruto MBA ‘94 Elizabeth Fugard & John R. Fugard BBA ‘69 Stewart D. Fuller Linda S. Fuller MBA ‘73 & Terry Fuller Greg Funderburk & Kelly L. Funderburk BBA ‘87 Alison J. Fuqua BBA ‘02 Greg D. Furness MBA ‘06 Michael J. Gaisbauer MBA ‘81 Amy Gallagher & Eric P. Gallagher BA/BBA ‘98 James F. Gallivan BBA ‘80 & Sharon V. Gallivan BBA ‘80 Andrew R. Galloway BBA/BS ‘08 Jenifer L. Gallup Mark A. Galyardt MBA ‘88 & Susan Galyardt A. H. Garber MBA ‘86 Pablo A. Garces MBA ‘10 Carol M. Garcia & Paul R. Garcia Edgar I. Garcia BBA ‘82 & Jill Garcia Paul J. Garcia Humberto V. Garcia-Salas BA/BBA ‘00 Alan M. Gardner MBA ‘00 Douglas C. Gardner BBA ‘85 & Kelly H. Gardner Pamela J. Gardner MBA ‘87 & Tom Gardner Thomas J. Gardner MBA ‘00 Justin M. Garner MBA ‘00 Kelley L. Garner & Michael D. Garner MBA ‘01 Leslie D. Garner MBA ‘09 Charles B. Garren & Michele T. Garren BBA ‘87 Elizabeth Garrett MBA ‘10 Angela C. Garrett MBA ‘03 Melissa B. Garrett BBA ‘90 & Tod Garrett Christopher J. Garrick MBA ‘10 Andrew D. Garrison BBA ‘02, MBA ‘10 Katherine A. Garton MBA ‘10 Kimberley D. Garton & Philip A. Garton MBA ‘84 Karen Garver & Richard L. Garver MBA ‘65 Carra W. Garza BA ‘87 & Jorge E. Garza MBA ‘91 Chasity S. Gaskin BA/BBA ‘00 William W. Gassenheimer BBA ‘09 Sue Gaus & Terrence B. Gaus MBA ‘86

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Alyssa A. Geiger & James F. Geiger Sandra Gennrich MBA ‘98 Robin B. Gentry BBA ‘94 Christopher J. Gerard BBA ‘03 Judith J. Gerhardt BBA ‘67 Gretchen A. Gerlach BBA ‘84 Joan L. Germany BA ‘78 Moisey Gershberg MBA ‘10 Brad L. Gescheider BBA ‘04 Deborah L. Gibbins BBA ‘87 & Robbin C. Gibbins Gillian B. Gibbs James A. Gibbs & Judith A. Gibbs Albert M. Gibson MBA ‘92 & Mary Elizabeth Gibson Allen D. Gibson BBA ‘75 Dorithea W. Gibson BBA ‘58 George D. Gibson MBA ‘81 & Janelle Gibson Angela L. Gieras MA/MBA ‘03 & John J. Gieras Richard P. Gilbert & Susan K. Gilbert BBA ‘73 George J. Gile BBA ‘07 Gary A. Giles BSME ‘72, MBA ‘79 Marjorie Ann W. Giles BBA ‘44 Cassandra L. Gill BBA ‘10 Daniel S. Gillespie Andrew A. Gillett MSA ‘10 Christopher D. Gilliam MBA ‘10 James A. Gilligan & Julie J. Gilligan BBA ‘83 John R. Gilmore MBA ‘99 James E. Gilson BA/BBA ‘82, JD ‘85 & Linda W. Gilson Diego O. Giordano & Mary Ann T. Giordano BBA ‘71 Tara F. Giorgi BBA ‘09 Jean Gipson & Lynn A. Gipson MBA ‘76 Kali R. Gipson MBA ‘05 Richard J. Glasier MBA ‘68 W. B. Gleeson BBA ‘99 Fern F. Gleichenhaus & Stuart Gleichenhaus Max C. Glenn BBA ‘61 Elizabeth M. Glenney BBA ‘70 & James R. Glenney Ann M. Glynn BFA ‘67 & James E. Glynn MBA ‘75 David M. Gmoser BBA ‘07 Alan N. Gnutti MBA ‘73 & Deborah Gnutti Dan J. Gobel MS ‘83 & Sue G. Gobel MBA ‘83 Mary A. Godines James Godwin & Suzanne L. Godwin BBA ‘86 Kristin M. Coulter MBA ‘99 & Daniel A. Goe MBA ‘99 Louise E. Gold BBA ‘92 & Peter Voss Abraham Goldberg & Beverly L. Goldberg BBA ‘82 Everardo Gomez MBA ‘05 Vincent Gonzales MBA ‘04 Juan J. Gonzalez Garza MBA ‘96 & Marisela M. Gonzalez MBA ‘96 Cathleen F. Good Daniel J. Good MBA ‘09 David J. Goodman MBA ‘10 John P. Goodrum BBA ‘05 Caroline A. Goodson BBA ‘11 Hunter R. Goodson BBA ‘10

Sarah A. Goodson MBA ‘94 JP Goodwin BS ‘79, MBA ‘85 Cynthia S. Goosen BA ‘82, JD ‘85 & Guy D. Goosen BBA ‘80 Arvind Gopalakrishnan MBA ‘04 & Ritu Gopalakrishnan Shankar Gopalan MBA ‘10 Spencer T. Gordon Daniel Gorman BBA ‘52 & Sandra L. Gorman Jack E. Goss MBA ‘81 Kyle D. Goss BA/BBA ‘05 & Margot A. Goss BBA ‘05 Walter G. Gossage MBA ‘87 Lorilann Gossett BBA ‘82 Ann L. Gottberg BBA ‘78 Sam B. Gottlieb BBA ‘60 Gary J. Gottschalk MBA ‘05 Linda L. Gould & Phillips B. Gould MBA ‘06 Srikanth Gouru MBA ‘09 Timothy D. Gover BBA ‘60 Amy R. Gow & Danny L. Gow MBA ‘94 Heather H. Graham & James R. Graham MBA ‘11 Randall T. Graham BBA ‘79 & Susie S. Graham Darren M. Grahsl MBA ‘09 Mary Grandin & Wayne W. Grandin BBA ‘69 Danny Grant & Elaine C. Grant MBA ‘82 Kal Grant BBA ‘88, ML ‘00 Gwyneth G. Gravelle MBA ‘10 David A. Graves MBA ‘06 David Graves & Meg N. Graves MBA ‘01 James E. Graves MBA ‘03 & Melanie W. Graves MBA ‘03 Kathy R. Graves MLA ‘93, MBA ‘97 Mary A. Graves BFA ‘85 Anthony S. Gray MBA ‘04 & Meredith D. Gray Christine E. Gray & Robert L. Gray MBA ‘86 Daniel M. Gray BBA ‘93 & Elizabeth S. Gray MBA ‘98 Brooke B. Green MBA ‘99 & Christopher J. Green MBA ‘00 Kelly Green & Norman N. Green Samuel T. Green BBA ‘07 Timothy M. Green MBA ‘04 Whitney E. Green BS ‘08 Rachel R. Greenberg Abraham R. Greenberg MBA ‘71 & Jacqueline Greenberg Anne W. Greenway BBA ‘60 & L. D. Greenway BA/BS ‘58 Nora T. Greer BBA ‘99 Bridey K. Greeson BBA ‘81 & Milton S. Greeson Devereaux A. Gregg BBA ‘80, MBA ‘85 & Marcy P. Gregg BFA ‘80 Ben Griffith & Jean P. Griffith BBA ‘61 Clayton G. Gring BBA ‘01 & Katherine Gring James L. Grisham BBA ‘67 & Judy J. Grisham Kaitlin D. Gritsch Catherine P. Groos MBA ‘95 Harold T. Gross & Rebecca S. Gross MBA ‘87 Colton L. Grubb BBA ‘07 Steven R. Grundmeier MBA ‘09 Kasey M. Gryboski BBA ‘89 & Thomas Gryboski

Mark Gudis & Mary Grace A. Gudis BBA ‘82 Caitlin S. Guenther BBA ‘09 Mandeep Gulati MBA ‘10 Markita Gumble & Skip J. Gumble BBA/BS ‘83 Michelle Gummer & Ryan M. Gummer BBA ‘04 Lauralee Gunby & Robert T. Gunby MBA ‘02 Sarah E. Gunderson MBA ‘82 Gene S. Gurley MBA ‘92 & Patty Ann Gurley Humberto Gutierrez-Olvera MBA ‘06 Barbara S. Guzak MBA ‘84 & James S. Peterson Carlos A. Guzman Carranza MBA ‘08 & Ericka Farret Marianne S. Gwinn BA ‘58 & Robert A. Gwinn BBA ‘50, JD ‘55 Brennan Hadden John D. Hagerman BBA ‘63 & Linda L. Hagerman Stuart G. Hagler BA ‘87, MBA ‘10 Lori J. Hague BA ‘86 & Timothy B. Hague BBA ‘85 Thomas H. Hailey MBA ‘07 Elizabeth A. Halbert MBA ‘91 Edith Halbrook & Lloyd E. Halbrook BBA ‘51 Matthew J. Hale BA/BBA/BS ‘08 Elizabeth C. Haley MBA ‘10 James W. Haley MBA ‘03 & Monica M. Haley Denise A. Hall MBA ‘96 & Richard Hall Mary C. Hall & Romey L. Hall BBA ‘54 Seth W. Hall MBA ‘96 Adam J. Haller BA/BBA ‘07 Mary J. Hamill BBA ‘88 & Mick Cantu Susan Foxworth & Monty P. Hamilton MBA ‘88 Stephanie E. Hamilton BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Alexandra L. Hammack David F Hamman & Lisa R. Hamman MBA ‘88 Jerry B. Hammon MBA ‘02 Cera M. Hammond MBA ‘08 John W. Hammond MBA ‘88 & Judy Hammond Mark E. Hammond MBA ‘76 Richard H. Hamrick MBA ‘76 Christie Hancock & Daniel S. Hancock BBA ‘92 Lloyd K. Hankins MBA ‘94 & Susan J. Builta Hankins Sheronda D. Hanks Mitchell Hanlon & Sally H. Hanlon BBA ‘85 Ashley L. Hansen BBA ‘90, MBA ‘99 & Kevin Hansen Cheryl M. Hansen & Thomas P. Hansen MBA ‘88 Harrison T. Harbison BBA ‘10 Tisha Hardcastle & William R. Hardcastle BBA ‘89 Gregory C. Hardewig MBA ‘00 Jesse A. Hardin BBA ‘98, MBA ‘06 Arthur J. Harding MBA ‘83 & Cynthia K. Harding BBA ‘79 Felicia Hardwick BBA ‘04 & William M. Hardwick BBA ‘04 Marcia L. Hardy MBA ‘89 & James E. Hardy

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James M. Harker BBA ‘92 & Laura S. Harker BBA ‘92 Elaine M. Harkins BBA ‘47 Lee E. Harmon MBA ‘92 & Mary E. Harmon David W. Harner BBA ‘10 Gordon B. Harnesberger BSME ‘63, MBA ‘70 & Sylvia Harnesberger Lauren E. Harper BBA ‘12 Clayton S. Harper BBA ‘07 Jan Harper & Mark C. Harper BBA ‘72 John C. Harper BBA ‘89 Kelli M. Harper MBA ‘09 Brad R. Harraman BBA ‘93 Clayton L. Harrington BBA ‘79 & Patricia Harrington Jeffery D. Harris John M. Harris BBA ‘10 John Brayden Harris BBA ‘08 Roy H. Harris MBA ‘78 & Victoria Harris Mary E. Harrison BBA ‘82 Michael J. Harrison MBA ‘89 Andrew M. Hart MBA ‘08 Matthew A. Hart BBA ‘92 & Patricia Hart Steve A. Hartman MBA ‘01 & Jamie L. McArdle Amanda N. Harvey BA ‘01, JD ‘04 & Nathan N. Harvey BBA ‘98, MBA ‘09 Melissa A. Harvey MBA ‘93 Amna Hasnain MBA ‘07 David K. Haspel MBA ‘72 Adam J. Hatch BBA ‘00 & Reagan M. Hatch BA ‘01 John H. Hatfield BBA ‘74 Adam Hatton & Emily M. Hatton MBA ‘04 Nell B. Hauck Christopher A. Haug BBA ‘07 Lindsey S. Havens BBA ‘04 Mark A. Hawkins MBA ‘09 Ferne M. Hayashi MBA ‘85 Donald T. Haydon BBA 49 Luke A. Hays MBA ‘06 Thomas B. Haythorn BSEE ‘73, MBA ‘79 & Shirlana Haythorn Sally E. Hayward BBA ‘70, MLA ‘74 & William D. Hayward BBA ‘70, JD ‘74 James R. Hazard BBA ‘03 Betsy Healy & Daniel J. Healy MBA ‘04 Sarah E. Heavner BBA ‘10 Mark S. Hebert MBA ‘10 Jeffrey D. Hebert MBA ‘04 Carolyn Hedgecock & Joe M. Hedgecock BBA ‘67 James V. Heim BBA ‘76, MBA ‘78 & Theresa A. Heim Peter E. Heinz MBA ‘09 Ashley I. Heis BSME ‘02 & Timothy R. Heis BBA ‘01 Allegra J. Helfenstein JD/MBA ‘89 & Dominic Worsowicz Gary I. Hellman MBA ‘83 Grant Henderson Leea G. Henderson & Paul M. Henderson MBA ‘94 Shannon S. Henderson BBA ‘91 & Todd Henderson www.cox.smu.edu

James A. Hendricks BBA ‘07 Ann C. Henry & John A. Henry MBA ‘65 David G. Henry BBA ‘84 & Margaret Henry James P. Henry MBA ‘09 Beverly Hensley & Kenneth W. Hensley MBA ‘79 Karen L. Hensley-Chelstowska MBA ‘95 Russell A. Henson BBA ‘04 Brad K. Heppner BA/BBA/BS ‘88 & Rose C. Heppner Pinky Herao Gilbert Hernandez Daisy L. Hernandez BBA ‘09 Ed R. Hernandez BBA ‘79 Guillermo B. Hernandez MBA ‘05 Juanita R. Hernandez BBA ‘99 Winnell C. Herrington BBA ‘45 Peter A. Heslin David M. Hesser MBA ‘96 & Nataly Hesser Nancy Heuring & Roger A. Heuring MBA ‘97 Shara L. Hewitt MBA ‘09 Hillary L. Heyn BBA ‘08 James E. Hibbert BBA ‘75 & Sharon H. Hibbert Amanda B. Hickey MSA ‘10 Carlynn Hicks & Lindsey P. Hicks BBA ‘79 Chip Hiemenz BBA ‘06 Robert J. Hieronymus BA ‘55 † Hillary C. Higgins BA/BBA ‘09 Kevin Hight MBA ‘99 Lista B. Hightower BBA ‘76 & Rick Hightower Alex E. Hill MBA ‘99 & Cheryl Hill Andrew T. Hill BBA/BS ‘09 Brad B. Hill MBA ‘01 Johnathan M. Hill ‘81 & Patricia A. Hill MLA ‘94 Victoria E. Hillman BA ‘04, MBA ‘10 Keith W. Hilton MBA ‘91 & Mary Lynn Hilton Troy L. Hilyard MBA ‘87 Corey D. Hines MBA ‘08 Landon W. Hinson MBA ‘09 David Hirsh & Suzie K. Hirsh BBA ‘86 Larry R. Hitt BBA ‘66 & Patricia P. Hitt BA ‘64 Thomas A. Hixon BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Minh T. Ho BA/BBA ‘09 James M. Hoak & Nancy J. Hoak David A. Hoang MBA ‘06 Caroline Hoard Morgan W. Hobbs BBA ‘11 Martha Hobgood & W. G. Hobgood BBA ‘53, JD ‘59 Julia S. Hochberg MBA ‘06 Jeff Hoedebeck & Kathleen Hoedebeck MBA ‘98 Carly G. Hoepner BBA ‘09 David J. Hoffman MBA ‘10 Gregory P. Hoffman BBA ‘74 Roy H. Hoffman BS ‘73 Shannon M. Hogan MBA ‘10 Brent H. Hogan MSA ‘08 Jennifer Hogan & J. J. Ogden MBA ‘86 William S. Hogan BBA ‘53 Forrest E. Hoglund & Sally R. Hoglund April L. Holder-Bedford MBA ‘93 & Roger Bedford Kevin M. Hole MBA ‘94

Jason C. Holland MBA ‘01 Michael L. Holland BBA ‘83 & Rhonda Holland Heather L. Hollenshead MBA ‘06 Amy B. Hollett & William S. Hollett BBA ‘84 Everett C. Holley MBA ‘86 & Patsy D. Holley Lynne A. Hollins BBA ‘12 Jenna Holoman & Mark C. Holoman MBA ‘03 Gordon K. Holton MBA ‘07 Richard K. Holtry MBA ‘75 Carol Honkanen & Jari O. Honkanen MBA ‘93 Jonathan L. Hook BBA ‘93 & Shannon P. Hook Ronald C. Hopkins MBA ‘93 Lacey A. Horn BBA ‘04 MSA ‘05 Reid M. Horn BBA ‘03 David T. Hornaday MBA ‘76 & Heidi H. Hornaday John A. Horst MBA ‘98 Bill H. Horton MBA ‘88 Blythe Horton & Gary L. Horton MBA ‘99 Janet P. Horton & Thomas W. Horton MBA ‘85 Terry D. Hosey BBA ‘89 & Tiffany Hosey Virginia W. Houghton † Lou Houser & Mark A. Houser MBA ‘89 James T. Housewright MBA ‘84 & Lana Housewright Barbara F. Howard BBA ‘55 Christopher G. Howard MBA ‘01 Curtis J. Howard BBA ‘05 Daniel T. Howard & Renee L. Howard John R. Howard & Mary M. Howard Leslie J. Howard BBA ‘82 Martin P. Howard BBA ‘04, MBA ‘10 Connie Howe & Kevin C. Howe MBA ‘77 Douglas W. Howell BA/BBA ‘86 David B. Howells BBA ‘69 Francy I. Hoy BBA ‘47 & Walter Hoy Heidi M. Hricko & John Hricko BBA ‘74 Colin Hsu & Igin Hsu MBA ‘79 Gayla S. Hubbard MBA ‘85 & Greg L. Hubbard Lauren C. Huffman BBA ‘09 Sara E. Huggins Kimbrell C. Hughes Hertha H. Hughes MBA ‘86 & William L. Hughes Lauren F. Hughes BA ‘00, MA ‘07 & Max C. Hughes BA ‘02, MBA ‘06 Kevin E. Huitt MBA ‘77 & Susan T. Huitt MBA ‘79 Lindsey L. Huizenga BBA ‘09 Andrew B. Hull BBA ‘02 & Tracey Schonenberg John P. Humphrey BA/BBA ‘84, MBA ‘90 & Laurel Humphrey Frank E. Humphreys & Sara V. Humphreys BBA ‘48 Blair L. Hundahl BBA ‘76 Caroline W. Hundley & David M. Hundley MBA ‘81, JD ‘92 Will W. Hundley BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Justin D. Hunt Joshua W. Hunt BBA ‘01 Nancy H. Hunt BA ‘65 & Ray L. Hunt BBA ‘65 George B. Hunter BBA ‘05 R. W. Hunter BBA ‘88

Hillary H. Hurst MBA ‘94 & Mark E. Schwarz MBA ‘94 Patrick K. Hurst MBA ‘07 Syed N. Hussain, MBA ‘10 Martina Hustak BBA ‘98 & Pavel Mikes Harold T. Hyde BBA ‘64 & Laura Hyde BA ‘65 Rosita Hyland MBA ‘94 Hal F. Hyneman MBA ‘80 & Pamela Hyneman Michael W. Hyry MBA ‘98 & Molly Hyry Afsha R. Ibrahim BA/BBA ‘06 Alexandra H. Igleheart BBA ‘10 John R. Ilzhoefer MBA ‘04 Jacqueline A. Imparato Craig C. Innes BA ‘69, MBA ‘75 & Marsha M. Innes BA ‘69, MLA ‘71 Farida T. Iqbal BBA ‘12 Stuart M. Irby MBA ‘10 Charles L. Irby BBA ‘76, MBA ‘77 & Kate Irby Harold L. Irby MBA ‘92 Amelia L. Isaac Sara A. Isenhour BBA ‘07, MSA ‘08 Chandler C. Ittleson ‘74 & Henry A. Ittleson George N. Ivanovskis MBA ‘10 Virginia A. Ivey BBA ‘12 Hani T. Jaber MBA ‘10 Audrey M. Jack & James E. Jack MBA ‘80 Brian C. Jackson, MBA ‘10 Angela W. Jackson BBA ‘89 & Steven B. Jackson Charles R. Jackson MBA ‘87 & Kathryn Tannehill Greg L. Jackson BBA ‘72 Karen P. Jackson BA ‘71 & William L. Jackson BBA ‘71 Kenneth S. Jackson MBA ‘08 Theresa A. Jackson BBA ‘95 Michael C. Jacobe MBA ‘05 Ann M. Jacobs & Gary H. Jacobs MBA ‘90 Lindsey R. Jacobsen BBA ‘07 Stephanie E. Jaeger BBA ‘12 Ajay Jain MBA ‘09 Jon S. Jamen MBA ‘95 Jimmy J. James MBA ‘05 & Aesha John Susan A. Janes MBA ‘85 Anum A. Jangda BBA ‘12 Debbie L. Janke MBA ‘01 & Gary W. Janke Charles L. Jarvie & Janet Jarvie Alexis Jasper & Thomas W. Jasper BBA ‘70 David L. Jefferson BS ‘00 & Naima A. Jefferson BBA ‘96 Cathy Jendrysik & Stephen L. Jendrysik MBA ‘05 Kathryn M. Jenevein MBA ‘78 Amy M. Jenkins & Jace A. Jenkins MBA ‘05 Helen R. Jenkins BBA ‘49 Catherine Jensen & Stephen D. Jensen MBA ‘87 Daniel J. Jensen BA/BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Carol L. Jerman & John L. Jerman BBA ‘63 Adam C. Jernigan BBA ‘07 Adrianne J. Jessie BBA ‘02 Barbara A. Jesup BBA ‘82 & Michael D. Jesup Aayush Jetley Lina Jing MBA ‘03 Llewyn A. Jobe BBA ‘02

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Anna M. Johnsen BBA ‘08 Ann H. Johnson BBA ‘76 & Galen G. Johnson Albert A. Johnson BBA ‘99 & Jenise Johnson Bruce W. Johnson MBA ‘95 Catherine W. Johnson BA ‘76 & Paul D. Johnson BBA ‘75 Charles R. Johnson BBA ‘49 & Gillian M. Johnson E. Don Johnson BBA/BFA ‘80 & Karen R. Johnson Janet Johnson & LaRue E. Johnson MBA ‘97 Jeanette A. Johnson BBA/BFA ‘79 Judy G. Johnson & Michael L. Johnson Kerry L. Johnson BBA ‘79 & Kevin Johnson Kristen M. Johnson BBA ‘08 Matthew L. Johnson BBA ‘07, MSA ‘09 Maureen A. Johnson MBA ‘00 & William E. Johnson Michael V. Johnson MBA ‘89 Patricia A. Johnson BFA/BBA ‘81 Rodney G. Johnson MBA ‘94 Kathy K. Johnsrud & Thomas S. Johnsrud MBA ‘90 Camilla C. Johnston BBA ‘04 Cheryl Johnston BBA ‘70 & Fred A. Johnston BBA ‘71 Donald M. Johnstone MBA ‘66 & Sherry R. Johnstone Christen S. Joiner MBA ‘10 Ben L. Jones MBA ‘65 & Julia Jones Christopher C. Jones MBA ‘00 Cindy Jones & George R. Jones MBA ‘79 Diane V. Jones & James R. Jones MBA ‘84 Elisabeth B. Jones BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Gene C. Jones & Jerry W. Jones Heather L. Jones MBA ‘04 Jamie J. Jones Kedron L. Jones BBA ‘10 Marynell T. Jones MBA ‘10 Osborne L. Jones BBA ‘65 Patricia A. Jones MBA ‘93 Stephanie C. Jones BS ‘96 & Todd G. Jones BBA ‘95 Travis B. Jones Wanda M. Jones BBA ‘55 Deverick P. Jordan BBA ‘06 Hanz Jorgensen & Heather A. Jorgensen BA/BBA ‘03, MSA ‘04 Ethan M. Joubran BSEE ’06, MBA ‘10 Don Jourdan & Kathy B. Jourdan BBA ‘88 G. A. Joyce MBA ‘77 & Marilyn A. Joyce Judy A. Juarez MBA ‘04 Amy C. Juba MBA ‘91 & Robert A. Juba Jacob J. Jurlina BBA ‘10 Ann Frances P. Jury BBA ‘81 & Clifford S. Jury JD/MBA ‘84 Beth Kahn & Gary L. Kahn MBA ‘79 Nina Kalidas BBA ‘02 Wendy G. Kalil BBA ‘83 Joseph W. Kallas BBA ‘08 Swaminathan L. Kalpathy Mark E. Kane BBA ‘76, JD ‘92 & Sharon Kane Pravin C. Kanneganti MSA ‘10 Linda Kao BBA ‘78 & Joseph Lu Jason F. Kappel MBA ‘98 & Stephanie Kappel

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Ann A. Karnowski BA ‘73, MBA ‘80 & John M. Karnowski MBA ‘82 Vlad Karpenko MBA ‘06 Nataraj G. Kasal MBA ‘87 Srinivas Kasu MBA ‘10 Deborah Katz & Rodney D. Pick MBA ‘87 Randall A. Katz MBA ‘93 & Randi G. Katz James J. Kauffman & Phyllis R. Kauffman Harrison A. Kaufman Jonathan Z. Kayem BBA ‘09 Jeffrey F. Kays BBA ‘90 & Kimberly M. Kays Donna Kearley & Richard I. Kearley BBA ‘74 Debbie Keck & John C. Keck MBA ‘99 Justin B. Keeler MBA ‘10 Jeffrey D. Keene MBA ‘10 Elizabeth Keffer & William R. Keffer BA ‘81 Robert L. Kehr MBA ‘99 Adam J. Keith BBA ‘12 Jonathan M. Keith MBA ‘10 Margaret S. Keliher MSA ‘09 Andy A. Kell BBA ‘98 Catherine H. Kelley MBA ‘80 & James Kelley Jason E. Kelley MBA ‘03 Nicole H. Kellogg BBA ‘07 Brian Kelly & Ruth H. Kelly BBA ‘79 Farah E. Kelsey BBA ‘98 Pamela H. Kemper BBA ‘79 & Timothy Kemper Amanda M. Kennedy BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Meredith L. Kennemer BBA ‘05 Jennifer D. Kenning BA/BBA ‘01 Randall E. Kenworthy Leah P. Kenyon MBA ‘10 Roger A. Kerin & Shirley Kerin Ashley M. Kersey MBA ‘10 Donna Keshtkar BBA ‘80 & Hossein Keshtkar Gregory J. Carter & Jennifer C. Key Marvin E. Key MBA ‘83 & Tish S. Key Mohammad T. Khan BBA ‘11 Rajat Khater MBA ‘01 Alan N. Khedairy Nageen S. Khorrami BBA ‘11 Judson C. Kidd BBA ‘99 Karen Kielblock MBA ‘94 & Thomas Kielblock Aleksandra A. Kierska MBA ‘10 Robert B. Kieschnick BBA ‘06 James E. Kij & Jessica D. Kij BBA ‘76 Jordan C. Kile MSA ‘10 Kathryn E. Killeen BBA ‘83 Rob W. Killgore MBA ‘02 & Tracey Killgore Glenn A. Kimball MBA ‘10 Laura L. Kimball MBA ‘97 Cynthia J. Kimchi MBA ‘88 & Joseph Kimchi Daniel J. Kimes BBA ‘04 Jaime N. Kimmons MBA ‘10 Daisy Kinard & Jack D. Kinard BBA ‘52 John Kinast & Rosalee A. Kinast BBA ‘79 S. T. Kincaid BA/BBA ‘05 Kristina R. King Christopher A. King BBA ‘93 J. L. King & Teresa King Lauren R. Kingsman BBA ‘11 Marshall T. Kinne BA/BBA ‘07 Abby Kinney BBA ‘86 Robert Kipp

Alberto K. Kiramoto MBA ‘07 Debra K. Kirby & Milton J. Kirby BBA ‘85 Philip C. W. Kistler MBA ‘94 Donald Kivowitz Boris Kizenkova & Inna V. Kizenkova MBA ‘04 Richard C. Klein MBA ‘70 Marguerite C. Kleinheinz ‘12 Lee M. Kleinman MBA ‘91 & Lisa M. Umholtz Caren W. Kline MBA ‘82 & J. P. Kline Shannon M. Kmak MBA ‘07 Donna Knettler & Timothy R. Knettler MBA ‘90 Dawn E. Knight MBA ‘92 & John Knight Donald M. Knoll & Melissa K. Knoll MBA ‘90 Joseph T. Knolle BBA ‘68 & Linda Knolle Kathryn M. Knott BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Bettye J. Knowles & Richard C. Knowles BBA ‘47 Chris Knox & Sharon K. W. Knox BBA ‘82 Jack D. Knox BA ‘60, BL ‘63 Jennifer S. Wilson Knox & Thomas C. Knox MBA ‘76 Keith A. Knox MBA ‘98 & Nisha Knox Kevin L. Knox & Tryna H. Knox Philip E. Koen BBA ‘09 Parker E. Koerner BBA ‘08 Anna Kohlbeck & Mark J. Kohlbeck MBA ‘88 Ashley M. Konkle BBA ‘05 Bryan B. Kornegay BBA ‘95 William F. Kortemier BBA ‘59, BL ‘62 Christine L. Koski MBA ‘01 Jan-Paul M. Kosters MBA ‘01 Jordan M. Kragen BBA ‘12 Brad M. Krall MBA ‘86 & Margaret M. Krall Beatrice Kramer & Morton C. Kramer BBA ‘52 Matthew J. Kramin MBA ‘09 Jeniffer S. Kratville BBA ‘08, MSA ‘09 Kristina A. Krell Blake D. Kresl MBA ‘93 & Lisa Kresl Mary Ann Kriss & William J. Kriss MBA ‘77 Harold B. Krom MBA ‘60 Alli Kubiak & Daniel E. Kubiak MBA ‘01 Lori S. Kuchler & Thomas R. Kuchler MBA ‘97 Maribeth L. Kuenzi Benjamin R. Kuntz MBA ‘10 Debbie Kuntz & Louis H. Kuntz BBA ‘83 Jeffrey A. Kupp & Julie G. Kupp BBA ‘85 Ronnie Kurian MBA ‘10 Reiko Kurima & Terry Y. Kurima MBA ‘70 John D. Kuykendall BBA ‘64 & Mary Kuykendall MA ‘69 David C. Lacey BBA ‘07 Laura M. Lafitte, MBA ‘10 Stephen A. Lally BBA ‘72 Lauren Lamb & Ryan R. Lamb BBA ‘05 Robert C. Lamb & Uarline Lamb BBA ‘46 Kent B. Lamoureux MBA ‘97 James Lancaster & Suzanne S. Lancaster BBA ‘88 James E. Landen Diane N. Landen BA/BBA ‘82, MBA ‘83 & James E. Landen BBA ‘82 Jaren Jaye W. Landen BA ‘92 & Ronald A. Landen BBA ‘93

Craig E. Landess MBA ‘87 & Eleisha D. Landess BA ‘85 Gail W. Landreth BA ‘73 & William A. Landreth MBA ‘72 Scotty J. Landry MBA ‘03 & Shawntel D. Landry Andrew R. Lane BSME ‘81 & Cynthia A. Lane BBA ‘81 Kay C. Lane ‘63 & Robert B. Lane BBA ‘60 Candice S. Langston MA/MBA ‘96 & Felix E. Von Uklanski MBA ‘96 Kim L. Lansford MBA ‘00 & William Lansford Katherine M. Lartigue Shay D. Lary BBA ‘95 Nicole M. Lattner MBA ‘10 Layne Lauck & William L. Lauck MBA ‘92 Kathryn C. Laughlin & L. R. Laughlin MBA ‘84 Frank T. Lauinger & Kathleen K. Lauinger BBA ‘79, MBA ‘83 Benjamin E. Lavine BBA ‘98 & Rachel Lavine Rogers Law BBA ‘54 Judith K. Lawhorn MBA ‘78 Carmel A. Lawrence BBA ‘08, MSA ‘09 John D. Lawrence BBA ‘75 & Juanita Lawrence Lawrence P. Kealy MSA ’10 Daniel P. Lawson MBA ‘08 Yu W. Le MSA ‘10 Clark C. Lea MBA ‘80 & Melinda Lea Catherine Leal & Rolando R. Leal BBA ‘99 Joshua U. Leal BBA ‘11 Jan H. Leaman BA ‘72 & Lee S. Leaman BBA ‘72 Robert T. LeCroy MBA ‘91 & Roxanne LeCroy Sally A. Lee & William J. Lee MBA ‘75 Colette M. Lee BBA ‘89 Dwight R. Lee Ellen Lee Kate H. Lee JD ‘07 & William B. Lee MBA ‘07 Ryan P. Leech BBA ‘10 Karen A. Leeseberg Ashley E. Leete BBA ‘02 Fredrick J. Lehman MBA ‘00 & Jill Lehman David Lei Qin Lei Elizabeth K. Leichtfuss MBA ‘02 Linda Y. Leitz MBA ‘86 Loic Lemener MBA ‘08 Barbara T. Lemmon & Mark L. Lemmon Anthony D. Lenart MBA ‘92 & Elizabeth Lenart Harold C. Lentz BBA ‘99 Andrew R. Lenz BA ‘00, MBA ‘07 & Jill M. Lenz Kelly Leonard& Stacy L. Leonard BBA ‘83 Anne Lesikar & William W. Lesikar MBA ‘88 J. S. Leslie BBA ‘89 Ruth W. Lett & Sam G. Lett Andrew S. Levy MBA ‘89 & Leslie K. Levy Robert L. Levy MA/MBA ‘86 & David Schutte Andrew R. Lewis & Sharon P. Lewis MBA ‘83 Barbara Lewis & Thomas Lewis BBA ‘75 Jane Lewis & Michael F. Lewis MBA ‘75 J’son J. Lewis BBA ‘01 Michael Lewis & Renee R. Lewis BBA ‘90 Fall 2010


Charles S. Leyendecker BBA ‘57 & Millicent A. Leyendecker John Li MBA ‘04 & Jiuli Song Erika Licon BBA ‘94 Jeff S. Liew Kasha C. Liggett BBA/BFA ‘04, MBA ‘10 Jeffrey A. Light BA ‘84, MBA ‘94 & Natalie C. Light Kurt L. Liljedahl BBA ‘78 & Mary Anne Liljedahl Yu-Chun Lin MBA ‘10 Angela B. Linburg & William N. Linburg BBA ‘74, MBA ‘76 Victor J. Linck BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Nicole Linden BBA ‘03 Cherie N. Lindley & John D. Lindley BBA ‘77 Shelli M. Lindley & Steven J. Lindley BBA ‘74 John J. Ling MBA ‘89 & Robin J. Ling Byron H. Lipper MBA ‘10 Kyle D. Lippman BBA ‘77 Matthew M. Little BBA ‘06 Taylor C. Little BBA ‘08 Ying Liu MSA ‘10 Andrew C. Liu BBA ‘09 Cynthia J. Livermore MBA ‘06 Bridgette D. Lockhart Michelle E. Lockhart MBA ‘93 & William Lockhart John R. Loftus MBA ‘07 Timothy F. Logan MBA ‘05 Ivey J. London BBA ‘10 Charles E. Long BBA ‘85 Kenneth C. Long MBA ‘01 Richard D. Long MBA ‘75 † J. Beau Longino BBA ‘06 Antonio A. Longoria MBA ‘79 & Dianne F. Williams Glenn M. Lonnquist MBA ‘73 Cynthia A. Lopez BBA ‘06 Marvin A. Lorica MSA ‘10 Carol M. Lorton MLA ‘94 & Kyle D. Lorton MBA ‘92 Alexander Loshakov & Svetlana M. Loshakov MBA ‘96 Gregory J. Lovasz MBA ‘98 Ed Love MBA ‘10 Scott A. Lovett BA ‘71, MBA ‘74 & Teresa Lovett Brian T. Lowe BBA ‘01 Brady Lowry MBA ‘05 Christopher C. Loy MBA ‘92 & Susan Loy Mark E. Lu BBA ‘08, MSA ‘09 Yingying Lu MA ‘05, MBA ‘07 Galina Lubarsky MBA ‘05 Joe O. Luby BBA ‘68, JD ‘70 Jonathan P. Lucas MBA ‘05 Elizabeth Lundeen & Gary A. Lundeen MBA ‘87 Laura D. Luttrell BS ‘77 & Scott Luttrell BBA ‘77 Steven G. Lutz MBA ‘98 Minh C. Ly BBA ‘04 Linda R. Lydia MBA ‘93 Bobby B. Lyle MSEA ‘67

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Mickey C. Lynam MBA ‘84 & Teri Wise Lynam Lynn M. Lyon MBA ‘10 John S. Maberry MBA ‘10 Edward H. Mabry & Grace A. Mabry Chelsea J. MacDade BBA ‘11 Hunter Q. MacDonald BA ‘00 & Leslie MacDonald BBA ‘00 Rod R. MacDonald BBA ‘78 Lindsay F. Machacek Christine Mackenroth & Daniel R. Mackenroth BBA ‘95, MBA ‘07 James H. MacNaughton BA ‘72, MBA ‘73 & Sacha MacNaughton Caroline H. Madden BBA ‘10 Stephen Madigan BBA ‘70 David H. Maenner BBA ‘81 & Sylvia Maenner Mahmood G. Maghami MBA ‘98 Joseph Magliolo & Virginia H. Magliolo Ann T. Maguire BA ‘52 & Cary M. Maguire George W. Maguire MBA ‘78 & Sandra K. Maguire Abigail L. Mahoney BBA ‘08 Mary E. Mahsetky BBA ‘77 & Michael Mahsetky Branden L. Mair BBA ‘99 Edward Malachosky MBA ‘87 & June Malachosky Sharon L. Male MBA ‘96 Sagar S. Malvankar MBA ‘10 Shon J. Manasco MBA ‘01 Lynnell E. Mandl BBA ‘76 & Ronald A. Kline Reyna Mandujano BBA ‘08, MSA ‘09 Robin H. Maness Steve E. Mangin BBA ‘68 Kyle Manley MBA ‘10 Carl E. Manning MBA ‘10 Charles F. Mantione MBA ‘92 Chris D. Mantzuranis BBA ‘73 & Genny L. Mantzuranis BFA ‘72 James C. Mantzuranis BBA ‘06 Melissa L. Manuel Michaela R. Manzer BA ‘03 Debbie Marcell & Marvin B. Marcell BBA ‘80 Cari L. Marchetto & Eric R. Marchetto BA/BBA ‘92 Kate J. Marcus MBA ‘81 & Bruce W. Schultz MBA ‘86 Charles A. Marcus BBA ‘06 George D. Markley BBA ‘91 & Kristin ThorpMarkley BBA ‘91 Natalie M. Markoff BBA ‘98 Jimmy R. Marks BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 David R. Marlow BBA ‘80, MBA ‘90 & Judy M. Marlow BBA ‘81 Luis A. Marrero MBA ‘10 Amy L. Marshall MBA ‘94 & Robert Marshall Jack R. Marshall BBA ‘84 Lee W. Marshall MBA ‘87 Ruth A. Marshall BBA ‘76, MBA ‘80 Diana L. Marshello BA ‘77, MBA ‘91 Carroll M. Martin BBA ‘74 & Michael E. Martin Charles R. Martin MBA ‘89 J. E. Martin JD/MBA ‘85

J. L. Martin MBA ‘69 & Patricia W. Martin Joseph B. Martin BBA ‘74, MBA ‘75 & Patricia Martin Laurie J. Martin BBA ‘81 Pamela K. Martin BBA ‘84 & Timothy C. Martin Sandra Martin & William A. Martin BBA ‘54 Stuart J. Martin BBA ‘09 Alexandra Martindale MBA ‘79 Judith L. Martinez MBA ‘03 & Lorenzo Martinez Brian A. Marvel MBA ‘05 & Jennifer Marvel Daniel G. Marvin MBA ‘98 Hamilton F. Marx MSA ‘09 Mario Maselli MBA ‘04 Kamela R. Massaro & Lawrence S. Massaro MBA ‘94 Bart M. Massey MBA ‘00 & Heather Massey Linda J. Massey MBA ‘72 & Stanley P. Massey Robert T. Massey MBA ‘98 Scott M. Masson & Sue E. Masson BBA ‘83 Kathy W. Mast MBA ‘04 Neill T. Masterson BBA ‘95 Christine Matetich & John E. Matetich BBA ‘73 Dorothy O. Matetich BBA ‘48 Cindy Matheny & Michael J. Matheny MBA ‘83 John Mathew MBA ‘06 Sean C. Mathews MBA ‘10 Deborah G. Mathews & Donald H. Mathews MBA ‘60 Marcia B. Mathis & William D. Mathis MBA ‘73 Ryan W. Matiyow MBA ‘06 Christopher G. Matthews MBA ‘10 E. S. Matthews BBA ‘71, MBA ‘72 & Stanley B. Matthews BA ‘72 Eric T. Matthews BBA ‘04, MSA ‘05 Jason Mattox BBA/BS ‘97 Scott C. Maurer MBA ‘08 Pierre J. Mawet MBA ‘95 & Sharon K. Mawet MBA ‘95 Lauryn E. May Eldon L. Maynard BBA ‘71, MBA ‘73 David L. Mays MBA ‘86 & Margaret E. Mays Paula A. McAllaster BBA ‘76 Charles G. McBride MBA ‘81 & Shelley B. McBride MBA ‘81 Leslie H. McCall & Richard O. McCall BBA ‘68 Donna K. McCampbell BBA ‘82 & Robert G. McCampbell Donald R. McCann BBA ‘64 & Karen K. McCann Daniel K. McCarty MSA ‘10 Carter J. McMillan MBA ‘98 & Elizabeth McCarty McMillan MBA ‘01 Monica M. McCasland & Tom H. McCasland MBA ‘82 Ashley R. McClellan BA/BBA ‘04 & Brett McClellan Nathan R. McClellan MBA ‘00

Alda C. McCluskey & James C. McCluskey MBA ‘78 Robert P. McComb BBA ‘06 Darlene McCombs & Steve H. McCombs BBA ‘74 Ryan W. McCoy MBA ‘07 Meagan K. McCracken James S. McCrary MBA ‘02 & Janet McCrary Charlie L. McDaniel MBA ‘89 Christina L. McDermott MBA ‘06 Mathew McDevitt MBA ‘08 Lauren E. McDonald BFA ‘79, MBA ‘82 Catherine A. McEachern MBA ‘01 Stacy L. McElreath Becky McGee MBA ‘84 Susan McGee BBA ‘80 Hugh T. McGill MBA ‘94 James J. McGinley BBA ‘87 & Sondra McGinley Patrick P. McGonigle MBA ‘98 Mary Rue McGowen BBA ‘64 & Wayne H. McGowen BBA ‘64 Matthew D. McGrath BBA ‘06 Frank A. McGrew BBA ‘90 & Neely P. McGrew Katelyn A. McGuire BBA ‘07 Douglas S. McKeever BBA ‘03 Robert C. McKelvy MBA ‘50 Kelly M. McKinley BBA ‘10 Margaret J. McKinnon MA/MBA ‘02 Melina M. McKinnon MBA ‘07 Louis R. McLain BBA 69, MBA ‘74 & S. Rochelle McLain Megan H. McLelland BBA ‘11 Katherine M. McLure BBA ‘03, MSA ‘05 Joni McMordie BBA ‘80 Jeffrey P. McMullen MBA ‘87 & Sharon Ann McMullen David McNabb & Lisbeth R. McNabb MBA ‘88 Erin E. McNair MBA ‘10 Charles A. McNamara BBA ‘69, MBA ‘70 & Jennifer McNamara Emily M. McPherson BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Molly K. McQueen BBA ‘08, MSA ‘09 Campbell A. McRae BBA ‘51 & Joann G McRae Nancy H. McRae BBA ‘50 & William D. McRae Jeffrey S. McReynolds MBA ‘99 Lori S. McWilliams & Robb C. McWilliams BBA ‘95 Charles E. Meachum BA/BBA ‘85, MA ‘89 & Patti M. Meachum Christy J. Meador BA ‘68 & Lynn E. Meador BBA ‘68 Katie M. Mears BA ‘06 & Robert W. Mears BBA ‘06 Consuelo M. Medero BBA ‘10 John R. Medina BBA ‘72 & Shirley Medina Dana Medrano & Michael F. Medrano BBA ‘05 Genevieve G. Meek Max P. Meggs BBA ‘06 Sejal S. Mehta MBA ‘07

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Jackie McGinnis Melcher BA ‘60 & John Q. Melcher BBA ‘60 Bruce J. Meltzer MBA ‘87 & Hedy M. Meltzer Scott L. Menefee MBA ‘89 & Wendy Menefee Whitney E. Mentzel BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 John A. Meraz BBA ‘05 Leah K. Merrill Frederick S. Merrill BBA ‘62 Margaux A. Merriman BBA ‘10 Larry J. Mestad MBA ‘95 Sarah N. Metschan BBA ‘68 Diana B. Meyer BBA ‘05 Kristin N. Meyers Donna Meyers & Norman E. Meyers MBA ‘93 Jack C. Miao & Rosa Miao William J. Micheli MBA ‘94 Frances M. Micka BBA 69, MBA ‘70 James W. Middleton BS ‘95, MBA ‘04 & Kelly E. Middleton JD ���04 Kristi Miers & Sheppard F. Miers MBA ‘98 Frank Mihalopoulos BBA ‘77 & Maryann B. Mihalopoulos BBA ‘81, ML ‘85 Clayton J. Milburn BBA ‘10 Jane Miles & Ray R. Miles MBA ‘99 Robert L. Millard MBA ‘93 William D. Miller MBA ‘10 Abby M. Miller BA ‘04, MBA ‘10 April F. Miller & John R. Miller BBA ‘76 Carolyn L. Miller & David B. Miller BBA ‘72, MBA ‘73 George A. Miller MSA ‘03 James McCaan & Patricia M. Miller MBA ‘76 Jeffrey A. Miller MBA ‘04 Kindra Miller & Ryan D. Miller MBA ‘01 Leslie H. Miller MBA ‘82 Robert F. Miller BA/BBA ‘80 & Theresa Miller Robert M. Miller BBA ‘49 Sandy L. Miller Albert C. Mills BBA ‘88 & Catherine Mills Marshall R. Mills BBA ‘86 & Rebekah Mills Melanie Ross Mills & Michael L. Mills MBA ‘96 Katherine Milne & Thomas G. Milne BBA ‘87 Raymond J. Mimick MBA ‘10 Jeffrey H. Mims BBA ‘79 & Linda Mims Adam Minnick & Lainie P. Minnick BBA ‘95 Maria Minniti Eric C. Minor MBA ‘09 Isabel Minor BA ‘96 & W. R. Minor BBA ‘96 Leah Mirbaba & Mazyar M. Mirbaba BBA ‘95 Christopher D. Mitchell MBA ‘10 James D. Mitchell & Juanita G. Mitchell BBA ‘80 Jarad H. Mitchell BBA ‘05 Justin W. Mitchell MBA ‘01 Scott Mitchell BBA ‘95 Samy Mizrahi MBA ‘10 Alma A. Moberg BBA ‘85 Nancy H. Mobley & Stephen D. Mobley MBA ‘88 Ashley G. Mock BBA ‘94 & Darren Mock Ghina Z. Modallal BBA ‘07 Jen Moderow BBA ‘12 Kelly K. Moen BBA ‘08 Taylor C. Moister BBA ‘06

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Gilbert H. Molinar MBA ‘10 Shannon M. Molloy BBA ‘92 William T. Molloy MBA ‘73 James A. Molzahn MBA ‘08 & Penny Molzahn Sarah A. Monning BA ‘00, MBA ‘06 Gina Montalbano & Mark D. Montalbano MBA ‘02 Michael F. Montesi Fred T. Montesi BBA ‘76 & Pamela Montesi Marian M. Montgomery Karen A. Montonen & Michael K. Montonen MBA ‘84 Carly R. Moore MSA ‘10 Cecil D. Moore BBA ‘00 Elizabeth Moore & Thomas A. Moore BBA ‘79 Jackson W. Moore BBA ‘97 Jeffrey W. Moore BBA ‘01 & Tavia Moore Marianne Moore MBA ‘98 Nancy Moore & Thomas H. Moore BBA ‘60 Patricia M. Moore BBA ‘64 & Thomas Moore Samuel R. Moore BBA ‘07 Sandra Moore & Terry W. Moore MBA ‘75 John R. Moore-Jones BBA ‘92, MBA ‘02 Audrey L. Morales MBA ‘05 Philip B. Moran MBA ‘87 & Vicki Moran Ann H. Morehead & Garry A. Morehead MBA ‘04 Olivia F. Moretto BBA ‘10 Josephine G. Morgan BA/BBA ‘03 Jonathan D. Morgans BBA ‘09 Misty G. Morin MBA ‘10 Carolyn J. Morris MBA ‘05 Kenneth R. Morris BBA ‘72 & Linda A. Morris Donna M. Morrison BBA ‘85 & Randall L. Morrison Donald N. Morriss BBA ‘76 & Patricia G. Morriss BFA ‘75 Stephen G. Morrow MBA ‘10 Christi S. Morrow MTS ‘94 & Cory L. Morrow MBA ‘99 F. T. Moseley BBA ‘79 & Juliana C. Moseley Donald H. Moses MBA ‘84 & Robin Moses Erika L. Bruce & Gary T. Moskowitz Annette Mosley MBA ‘10 George F. Moss BBA 58 Melanie Mouch & Thomas F. Mouch BBA ‘85 Karen S. Mourot BBA ‘81 & Randall Mourot B. G. Mowatt BBA ‘74, MBA ‘76 Brad Moynihan MBA ‘10 J. G. Mudd & Sarah C. Mudd BBA ‘82 Andrew Ketterson & Margaret E. Muir MLA ‘03, MBA ‘05 Jane B. Muir & William T. Muir MBA ‘70 Harold C. Muller MBA ‘93 John D. Munson MBA ‘67 & Sharon Munson Barbara A. Muntz & David S. Muntz MBA ‘88 Habibullah Murad BBA ‘97 Teodoro Muro Mallory L. Murphy, MSA ‘10 Elise L. Murphy BA ‘69, MLA ‘70, MBA ‘76 James R. Murphy BBA ‘75 & Julie Murphy Michael Murphy & Rhonda H. Murphy MBA ‘98 Donald G. Murray BBA ‘59

Cynthia L. Murray & Thomas R. Murray MBA ‘86 Len Musgrove BBA ‘81 & Pamela Musgrove Cherri M. Musser MBA ‘86 & Jack W. Musser Charles S. Myers BBA ‘49 Matthew D. Myers BBA ‘08 Mark A. Mynhier MBA ‘99 Bill Nabors & Leann M. Nabors BBA ‘82 Jedt Nagele & Kim N. Nagele MBA ‘85 Jennifer A. Nagy Dorothy K. Najima-Ellis BBA ‘76 Lomax B. Napper BBA ‘99 Noble W. Nash MBA ‘88 Courtney N. Naudo BBA ‘01 & John Naudo Nabi F. Nazary Faith W. Nduati MBA ‘05 Max J. Needham BBA ‘09 Maria Neisler & Matthew D. Neisler MBA ‘01 Jeffrey A. Nelson MBA ‘06 Richard A. Neri MBA ‘85 Daniel A. Ness Vijay K. Netaji BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 David Nethery & Jeannie Nethery BBA ‘70 Dena Z. Newberg MBA ‘98 & Marc Newberg Karl W. Newlin BBA ‘91 & Shannon L. Newlin BFA ‘90 Todd D. Newsom MBA ‘10 Bao Q. Nguyen MSA ‘10 John Q. Nguyen MBA ‘07 Tien H. Nguyen BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Tiffany T. Nguyen BBA ‘09 Elisabeth Nibarger & Matthew L. Nibarger BBA ‘08 Nick Nichols MBA ‘75 Kathy C. Nickell MS ‘79 & Randall L. Nickell BBA ‘77 Natalie B. Nickell MBA ‘81 Albert W. Niemi & Maria Niemi Andrew M. Nigolian MBA ‘78 & Marianne Nigolian Heidi Nilson & Victor A. Nilson MBA ‘09 Henry G. Nixon MBA ‘04 Michael J. Noble Jane M. Noble BA ‘80 & Phillip R. Noble BBA ‘80 Delise Noel & M. A. Noel MBA ‘73 James M. Nolan MBA ‘93 & Mary W. Nolan BA ‘85 Jason A. Nordby BBA ‘99 Lindsay P. Norman BBA ‘10 E. R. Norris BBA ‘50 & Katherine Norris Lynn L. Northrup BBA ‘40 & Merlyn M. Northrup Virginia E. Norton Jerry R. Norton BBA ‘54 Stewart W. Norwood BBA ‘13 Lynda J. Norwood MBA ‘93 Isabell P. Novakov MBA ‘06 Bill Nulf MBA ‘10 Angela B. Null MBA ‘04 Santiago E. Nunez BBA/BS ‘09 Zahra Nurani BA/BBA ‘09 Alice G. Nye & Erle A. Nye JD ‘65 Tafawa B. Nzarayebani MSA ‘10 Megan E. O’Bannon

Andy C. O’Connell BBA ‘02 James O’Connor BBA ‘52 David K. Oden MBA ‘10 John B. Oden MBA ‘10 Lisa M. O’Donnell BBA ‘03 Ryan J. O’Donovan BBA ‘98 & Stephanie O’Donovan BBA ‘98 Jennifer Hogan & J. J. Ogden MBA ‘86 Andre Ogundare MBA ‘10 Barnabas I. Okoronkwo MBA ‘09 Linda O’Krent & Michael J. O’Krent BBA ‘80 Larry J. Olivas MBA ‘96 & Monica M. Olivas MBA ‘98 John H. Oliver & Lynda T. Oliver BFA ‘87, MBA ‘94 John F. Oliver MBA ‘09 Richard W. Ollman BBA ‘68 Fredrick I. Olness & Gloria S. Olness Kevin P. O’Meara BA/BBA ‘86 & Patricia Ann O’Meara Kari Ondash BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Allison W. O’Neal MBA ‘90 & Carlton C. O’Neal MBA ‘87, JD ‘91 Alex P. O’Neil BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Fay C. O’Neil ‘55 & William J. O’Neil BBA ‘55 Michael C. Parker BBA ‘72 & Patty C. O’Neil BFA ‘72 Greg O’Neill & Laran C. O’Neill BA ‘01, MLA ‘08 James R. O’Neill BBA ‘72, JD ‘75 & Patricia B. O’Neill BA ‘72 John J. O’Neill MBA ‘88 & Margaret O’Neill Annette Opheim & Michael A. Opheim MBA ‘93 Beverly O’Rear & John M. O’Rear MBA ‘85 Seth R. Orell BBA ‘64 Geraldine A Orler & John J. Orler BBA ‘69 Amy Orlov & Mikhail E. Orlov MBA ‘04 Nancy L. Ormand & Ronald D. Ormand Heather A. Orr BA/BBA ‘03 J. G. Osborne BBA ‘85 & Madeline Osborne Allison Osburn & Michael J. Osburn MBA ‘91 John H. Otstott BBA ‘52 Katherine Ott-Warner BBA ‘73 & Randolph Ott Anna Lou Owen & James J. Owen BBA ‘49 Patra Owen & Robert R. Owen BBA ‘61 Regan C. Owen BBA ’09, MSA ‘10 Billy R. Owens MBA ‘85 Marion F. Owens BBA ‘74 & Wesley A Owens Anna E. Pace BBA ‘89 Kishore V. Padala MSM ‘08 Rahul D. Padalkar MBA ‘10 & Shwetambara Kamble Robbie Ann M. Pahlow BBA ‘86 & Scott Pahlow Heather M. Paine & Preston P. Paine BBA ‘84 Carlos G. Palacio MBA ‘08 Sienna N. Palmer BBA ‘10 Allyson Palmer & William D. Palmer BBA ‘82, MBA ‘04 Daniel Palos BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Sanjay Pamurthy MBA ‘05 Valencia M. Pan BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Anjana Pandey & Sanjay Pandey MBA ‘05 Fall 2010


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Charles R. Reynolds BBA ‘84 K. J. Reynolds MBA ‘79 Leigh S. Rhea & Stephen H. Rhea BFA ‘72, MBA ‘81 Paula Rhines & Walden C. Rhines MBA ‘75 Hendrika V. Rhoad James K. Rice BBA ‘83 Susan Richard & Wayne S. Richard BBA ‘80 Terry L. Richard & Timothy R. Richard MBA ‘89 David A. Richards BBA ‘74 Emily Richardson & Matthew A. Richardson BBA ‘03, MBA ‘08 Nan P. Richardson BBA ‘85 Alex W. Richter BA ‘99 & Nicole L. Richter BBA ‘96 Bobbie G. Riedel & William A. Riedel BBA ‘55 Elisabeth L. Riedel BBA ‘87 & John T. Riedel BBA ‘87 Laura C. Ries MBA ‘09 Phyllis B. Riggins MBA ‘79 & Roderick M. Riggins MBA ‘79 Peyton L. Riley BBA ‘10 Pamela K. Riley MBA ‘03 & Patrick Riley Duncan P. Rimmer BBA ‘06 Philip A. Riordan BBA ‘73 Curtis A. Ritchie MBA ‘81 & Sharon E. Ritchie Hedy A. Rittenmeyer & Ronald A. Rittenmeyer Jaqueline M. Rivas BBA ‘12 Cara C. Rizza BBA ‘00 & Michael A. Rizza Diane R. Robbins & Jon M. Robbins MBA ‘89 Hayley T. Roberson BBA ‘84 & Wayne Roberson Nicholas E. Roberts BBA ‘10 Brittney L. Roberts BBA ‘10 Amanda M. Roberts BA/BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Cecil C. Roberts MBA ‘04 & Yolanda C. Roberts Elizabeth H. Roberts & John H. Roberts MBA ‘91 Lance W. Robertson MBA ‘10 Mildred E. Robicheaux & Robert G. Robicheaux BBA ‘50 Andrew C. Robinson BBA ‘09 Jessica L. Robinson BA/BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Justin S. Robinson BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Paul C. Robinson MBA ‘06 Paul E. Robinson MBA ‘93 Bruce A. Robson BBA ‘74 & Emily K. Robson J. Scott Rochelli BBA ‘07 Camille S. Rogers BBA ‘04 Hagen H. Rogers BBA ‘93 Margaret J. Rogers & Robert D. Rogers Matthew O. Rolland BBA ‘05 Lillie T. Romano & Philip J. Romano Joy J. Rome BBA ‘72 & Raymond L. Rome Marianne B. Rooney & Patrick T. Rooney Paul L. Root BBA ‘98 Kerensa D. Rose MBA ‘08 Andrew H. Ross MBA ‘93 Anne Ross & Henry E. Ross MBA ‘80 David A. Ross & Patricia P. Ross BBA ‘76 Edward H. Ross BBA ‘87 & Nancy R. Ross Marci T. Rossi BBA ‘09 Edward L. Rotenberg BBA ‘83 & Mary W. Rotenberg

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Linda Shanks & Ralph L. Shanks BBA ‘63 Don N. Shannon ‘75 & Marcia R. Shannon BBA ‘81 Leslee H. Shannon BBA ‘99 & Stephen R. Shannon BBA ‘00 Bhavin K. Sharolia BBA ‘08 Caroline Sharpless & Charles T. Sharpless MBA ‘78 Blake Shaw MBA ‘88 & Laurie Shaw Cindy Shaw & Terrence L. Shaw MBA ‘02 George L. Shearin BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Kim Sheffield & Scott D. Sheffield Chad E. Sheinbein BBA ‘06, MSA ‘07 Gary D. Shelton MBA ‘87 & Brenda Shelton Andrew E. Shepard BBA ‘09 Lauren N. Shepard MBA ‘90 & Peter Shepard MBA ‘90 Ann B. Sherer-Simpson & Wayne E. Simpson Samantha M. Sherlock BBA ‘03 Carolyn M. Sherman & Robert N. Sherman MBA ‘75 James Sherman & Jeanne A. Sherman MBA ‘86 Bimal T. Sheth BA/BBA ‘02, MSA ‘03 Aaron L. Shields BBA ‘08 John T. Shields MBA ‘09 Howard E. Shiels BBA ‘83 & Sherry Shiels Diane Shillings & Scott Shillings MBA ‘83 Leslie A. Shipp BBA ‘10 Dnyanesh A. Shirali MBA ‘10 Angela B Shoff & James C. Shoff MBA ‘84 Joseph K. Sholden BBA ‘80 & Sharon Sholden David H. Short MBA ‘10 Justin M. Short MBA ‘01 Michael R. Shoup MBA ‘08 Kevin G. Shtofman MBA ‘10 Debra Luskey Shtofman & Michael A. Shtofman Jennifer R. Shultz & Paul Y. Shultz MBA ‘10 Zachary M. Shultz BBA ‘05 Jonathan C. Siedhoff BBA ‘07 Joseph Siegel & Natalie E. Siegel BBA ‘89 Jason L. Signor MBA ‘04 & Jean K. Signor Jeanie H Sikes & Stuart B. Sikes MBA ‘88 Darryl J. Silvera BBA ‘85 & Sandye J. Silvera BBA ‘85 Angela M. Simmons MBA ‘09 Catherine S. Simmons BBA ‘58 Ramona R. Simons MBA ‘98 Ann B. Sherer-Simpson & Wayne E. Simpson Cindy Simpson & Joseph W. Simpson BBA ‘79 Marc A. Simpson MBA ‘90 & Mona Simpson Diana M. Sims ‘50 Jimmy Singer MBA ‘05 Mukesh S. Singh MBA ‘10 Sourabh Singh MBA ‘10 Ranjit Singh MBA ‘07 Raymond Q. Singletary BBA ‘06 Ajay T. Sinkre MBA ‘04 Kevin C. Sisk MBA ‘03 & Phoebe Sisk Suzanne B. Sisk BBA ‘58 William J. Skaggs MBA ‘74 Roberto S. Skertchly MBA ‘02 Jeffrey F. Skiba & Kelsey B. Skiba BBA ‘88 Don Slape & Edie A. Slape BBA ‘61

Dani Slavcheva MA ‘00, MBA ‘04 Jonathan M. Sledge BA/BBA ‘08, MSA ‘10 Pamela Sliman & Steven P. Sliman MBA ‘93 Betty K. Sloan BBA ‘84 & Mark M. Sloan JD ‘90 Jennifer S. Smedley & Marcus A. Smedley MBA ‘95 Edward E. Smiley BBA ‘66 & Joyce K. Smiley Agnes Cheng & James L. Smith Andrew M. Smith BBA ‘63 & Marilynne F. Smith BBA ‘65 Angie L. Smith BA ‘74 Anne H. Williams Smith & Larz A. Smith MBA ‘76 Bonny J. Smith Bradford A. Smith & Marsha L. Smith Brenda Smith & Taylor H. Smith MBA ‘92 Brenna M. Smith BBA ‘05 Cece Smith MLA ‘74 & J. F. Lacy Christine McGurren Smith & Jeffrey D. Smith MBA ‘92 David J. Smith BBA ‘01 Delton H. Smith BBA ‘05 Denise Duncan-Smith & K. D. Smith MBA ‘94 E. L. Smith BBA ‘67 Eva Smith & Michael G. Smith BBA ‘66, MBA ‘71 Geoffrey M. Smith MBA ‘08 George A. Smith BBA ‘75, JD ‘78 & Patricia M. Smith BBA ‘80 Holly L. Smith MBA ‘08 Jean M. Smith & Troy D. Smith MBA ‘90 Jeffrey D. Smith MBA ‘92 & Christine Smith Joseph W. Smith BBA ‘47 Kendra M. Smith & Keven D. Smith MBA ‘98 Kristi Smith & Todd A. Smith BBA ‘84, MBA ‘92 Lowell N. Smith BBA ‘54 & Shirley S. Smith ‘55 Mary Lou B. Smith BBA ‘61 Maxine A. Smith BBA ‘90 Nancy A. Smith MBA ‘06 Nina Smith & Tim R. Smith BBA ‘70 Paul J. Smith BBA ‘79 Paul Smith & Stephanie M. Smith BBA ‘08 R. B. Smith MBA ‘87 Stacy L. Smith BBA ‘07 Alice A. Snow & W. K. Snow Jennifer Snyder & Sean K. Snyder BBA ‘93 Michael R. Snyder MBA ‘97 Liong T. So MBA ‘03 Michael A. Somme MSM ‘07 Gregory A. Sommers & Susan L. Sommers Rosita N. Sororian BBA ‘09 Amelia Sorrell & Billy D. Sorrell BBA ‘57, MBA ‘66 Curtis N. Sorrells MBA ‘85 Jacqueline D. Soster BA ‘09 Ben F. Spencer MBA ‘86 Carlene Spencer & Homer R. Spencer BBA ‘54 James A. Spires MBA ‘07 Betty W. Spomer & Eric L. Spomer BA ‘82, MBA ‘92 DeDe Springer MBA ‘80 & Wayne G. Springer MSE ‘80, MBA ‘80 George E. Springer ‘84 Fall 2010


Sriram Srinivasan BBA ‘00 Bill St. John BBA ‘52 & Doris St. John Roland St. Louis BBA ‘10 Beth A Staab & Curtis D. Staab MBA ‘95 Charles D. Stackhouse MBA ‘75 & Wilma L. Stackhouse James M. Stafford BBA ‘48 & Marjorie Stafford Brendia G. Staggers BBA ‘78 & Magnus Staggers Gregory J. Staif BBA ‘90 & Linda Staif Christi D. Standridge MBA ‘06 William G. Stanfield MSE ‘62, MBA ‘68 Carol M. Stanfill BS ‘07, MBA ‘09 Zarina L. Stanford MBA ‘92 Terrance J. Stanton MBA ‘03 Kenneth E. Staples BBA ‘50 & Mildred Staples Susan L. Starr MBA ‘93 & Timothy R. Starr Culver G. Stedman BBA ‘83 & Joan H. Stedman BBA ‘86 Flint M. Steeples MBA ‘96 Amanda Steere & Christopher M. Steere BBA ‘97 Solomon Stein MBA ‘77 Richard Steinauer JD ‘01 Natasha C. Steinberg BA/BBA ‘09 Kimberly H. Steinhagen BA ‘82, MBA ‘87 & Roy N. Steinhagen BBA ‘83 Alexander K. Stem MBA ‘01 Marcia A. Stempien MBA ‘87 Calvin W. Stephens MBA ‘74 & Sandra Stephens Kathryn H. Stephenson MBA ‘83 & Keith Stephenson Anthony J. Stern MBA ‘91 Arthur H. Stern BBA ‘43 & Helen F. Stern Eric W. Stetenfeld BBA ‘96 & Esther Stetenfeld Thil Resch & Sandra K. Stevens MBA ‘90 Angelica B. Stewart BBA ‘04 & J. C. Stewart Donald R. Stewart & Geraldine M. Stewart Stephanie A. Stewart MBA ‘01 Francis C. Stiff MS ‘83, MBA ‘85 Donna M. Stiles MBA ‘10 Robert F. Stiles MBA ‘88 & Michele Thaxton Sarah A. Stinnett BBA ‘11 Davis B. Stitt BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 June P. Stoddard & Ross W. Stoddard BBA ‘72 Sarah A. Stoesser BA/BBA ‘04 Kevin M. Stoneking BBA ‘10 Gary R. Stopani MBA ‘85 & Linda Stopani Carol P. Storey MLA ‘76 & Robert G. Storey MBA ‘77 Bradley B. Stough BBA ‘10 Alex R. Stowe MBA ‘88 & Josephine U. Stowe Brian L. Strange MBA ‘01 Bob Strasser & Paula K. Strasser Thomas K. Strickland MBA ‘95 Cristine M. Struble BBA ‘96 & Matthew R. Struble MBA ‘00 Cooper B. Stuart MBA ‘80 & Trudy Stuart Lavada Stuart & Ronald M. Stuart BBA ‘68 Allison C. Stuckey BA ‘93 & Shawn Stuckey BBA ‘93, MBA ‘99 John P. Studnicky MBA ‘97 & Linda Studnicky Chandrashekar S. Subramanian MBA ‘06 www.cox.smu.edu

Martin J. Suechting MBA ‘87 & Virginia Suechting Deserina Sulaeman MA/MBA ‘10 & Johan A. Sulaeman Gweneth D. Sullivan John J. Sullivan MBA ‘10 Vazir Sultan MBA ‘05 Joe Chat Sumner BBA ‘55 Carlos E. Sune BBA ‘09 Robert Sureck Kathryn Surls & Lynn O. Surls BBA ‘67, MBA ‘72 Eric M. Surovik BBA ‘02 & Jamie G. Surovik BS ‘02 Jane P. Sussman & Scott H. Sussman MBA ‘87 Jeffrey H. Susman MBA ‘88 & Monica J. Susman Margaret W. Sutherland BBA ‘53 J. B. Sutherlin MBA ‘67 Marshall K. Sutton MBA ‘71 Casey L. Swaim BBA ‘08 Kelly M. Ferguson & Norm R. Swain BBA ‘77 Sundar Swaminathan MBA ‘03 Andrew P. Swan MBA ‘87 Steven F. Swann BBA ‘63 Jeffrey S. Swanson BBA ‘78 & Lisa Swanson Albert E. Sweany MBA ‘93 Alexandra Sweeney & Robert E. Sweeney MBA ‘97 Charles D. Sweeney BBA ‘65 & Jennifer W. Sweeney BA ‘66 Stanford D. Swim MBA ‘04 Carol S. Swingle ‘78, MLA ‘87 & Frank A. Swingle BBA ‘76 Douglas A. Symsmith MBA ‘00 Christopher Oehlerts & Jennifer L. SzaroOehlerts BBA ‘94 Jessica G. Tackett BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Amir A. Taghdisi BBA ‘06 Steely C. Taglione BBA ‘04 Shamail Tahir MBA ‘09 Travis Talaric BBA ‘12 Colin L. Tan MBA ‘07 Karan Taneja MBA ‘10 Kathryn C. Tanner BBA ‘63 & Lawrence E. Tanner BBA ‘63 Beverly Tarbet & Robert M. Tarbet MBA ‘84 Marian Cleary Tate BA ‘45 Betty W. Tatum BBA ‘64, MBA ‘67 & John C. Tatum BBA ‘63 H. M. Tatum BBA ‘67 John A. Tatum MBA ‘87 & Lynne Tatum Sarah C. Taunton BA/BBA ‘09 Jamie Taylor & William M. Taylor MBA ‘79 Michelle R. Taylor BBA ‘03 Nathaniel F. Taylor BBA ‘68 Rick B. Taylor MBA ‘03 Alexei Y. Tchernov MBA ‘97 Anna Marie Teague & Chadrick W. Teague MBA ‘05 Michael C. Teel BBA ‘76 Jessica L. Temperley BBA ‘08 Dennis D. Temple BBA ‘49 & Mary Temple Charles O. Terrell BBA ‘83 & Mary Terrell Helen Terry & Jeb B. Terry BBA ‘74

E. J. Tew BBA ‘69 Chau C. Thai BBA ‘05 Grant E. Thayer MBA ‘81 Sunil C. Thekkepat MBA ‘04 Lorin R. Theodosiou MBA ‘10 Amy S. Theriot BBA ‘99, MSA ‘00 David A. Thieke MBA ‘10 Anastasia Thomas & James B. Thomas BBA ‘93 Bryan J. Thomas MBA ‘10 Celeste M. Thomas BS ‘36 David Thomas & Pamela R. Thomas MBA ‘81 Guy R. Thomas BBA ‘76 & Lyn L. Thomas Ira P. Thomas BBA ‘76 & Jerome Thomas Kathryn D. Thomas BA/BBA ‘07 Lauren Thomas Compton BBA ‘00 & William D. Compton Lindsay M. Thomas BA/BBA ‘85 & Michael P. Thomas Samantha G. Thomas Sharde C. Thomas BBA ‘09 William M. Thomas MBA ‘10 Allison Jean V. Thompson BBA ‘11 Daniel L. Thompson BBA ‘87 & Mara Thompson Edward H. Thompson MBA ‘76 & Sandra K. Thompson Gary S. Thompson MBA ‘68 & Patricia A. Thompson Larry J. Thompson Michael Thompson & Mindy S. Thompson BBA ‘77 Raynelle H. Thompson Rex W. Thompson & Roslyn D. Thompson Todd M. Thompson MBA ‘10 Wade Andres & Yvette M. Thompson MBA ‘89 Lynn M. Thorby BBA ‘76, MBA ‘82 Elizabeth McCamy Thrash & Ryan E. Thrash BBA ‘94 Pat P. Thresher BA ‘81 MDiv ‘89 & William R. Thresher MBA ‘84 Kathy A. Thrift MBA ‘05 Harry L. Thurmon BSEE ‘64 & Sue Thurmon Les Tiedtke BBA ‘64 & Yvonne Tiedtke Ashley Tiffany & William S. Tiffany MBA ‘03 George H. Tilghman MBA ‘85 Laura A. Till BBA/BFA ‘82 Joseph P. Tillotson MBA ‘99 Brittany A. Timmerman BBA ‘05 Harry H. Ting BBA ‘12 Douglas F. Tinker MBA ‘90 Kimela H. Tipton MBA ‘94 & Paul W. Tipton Christopher N. Todd BBA ‘85 Anne S. Toeller & Gary R. Toeller Whitney A. Toeller BBA ‘09 Linda M. Tokoly & Stephen P. Tokoly BBA ‘64, BL ‘67 Stephen H. Toledo MBA ‘10 Debra J. Tolleson & John C. Tolleson ‘68 Robert A. Tomlinson BBA ‘05 Luis F. Tornes BBA ‘11 Charles R. Totebusch BBA ‘49 Millicent Townsend BBA ‘78 & Robert H. Townsend BBA ‘70

Paul Restina & Katherine Trebellas BBA ‘89 Bernadette J. Tree & Richard J. Tree MBA ‘09 Barbara E. Trego & Bruce D. Trego MBA ‘94 Shelly M. Trimble BBA ‘87 & Thomas Trimble Bhargvendra Tripathi MBA ‘10 Arden W. Trudnak BBA ‘66 & Stephen J. Trudnak Effie D. True BBA ‘07 Krista S. Truesdell Elizabeth R. Tschiemer MBA ‘83 & Ralph E. Tschiemer MBA ‘83 Austin A. Tse MSA ‘09 Hester J. Tsui MBA ‘07 Debra Tullis & Michael E. Tullis MBA ‘96 Brian T. Tulloh MBA ‘92 & Sharon Soller Tulloh Brian Tully & Jessica S. Tully BBA ‘74 Kent Sudman & Carol A. Tunstall MBA ‘77 Brent A. Turman BA/BBA ‘07 Carolyn H. Turner BBA ‘55 Chris C. Turner & Jess R. Turner Dana P. Turner MBA ‘75 & Raymond P. Turner JD ‘77 Malcolm C. Turner MBA ‘74 & Tesa Turner Mark K. Turner BBA/BS ‘04 Stephanie R. Turner MBA ‘01 William R. Turner BA/BBA ‘98 Carol K. Turpin Andrew K. Tuttle BBA ‘08 Hellen G. Uhlhorn & Tudor G. Uhlhorn MBA ‘83 Mercedes H. Ulibarri Nancy E. Underwood ‘73 Nathan R. Ungarean BBA ‘04, MBA ‘08 John T. Unger BA 73, MBA ‘74 & Kathy J. Welch BA’74 Liz Urech & William C. Urech MBA ‘95 Kenneth P. Usher BBA ‘78 & Susan Usher William B. Usher BBA ‘69 Mark E. Utkov BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Dean A. Valdez MBA ‘97 Yioryos Valis MSA ‘08 Melissa Van Beveren & Roger Van Beveren MBA ‘03 Mollie Van Devender & William J. Van Devender MBA ‘73 Marcelyn M. Van Houten MBA ‘94 Ann-Hunter Van Kirk BA/BBA ‘08 Genny Van Ness & Keith A. Van Ness MBA ‘03 Christopher Gondek & Q. VanBenschoten MA/MBA ‘96 Stephanie M. Vance BBA ‘08 David L. Vandersand MBA ‘93 & Erica Vandersand Don M. VandeWalle John T. Vann MBA ‘07 Manisha N. Varaiya MBA ‘85 & Nikhil Varaiya Lyle K. Varghese MBA ‘07 Jeannie L. Vaughan BBA ‘11 Harvey Vaughn III & Stacy G. Vaughn BBA ‘91 Alex V. Vayslep BBA ‘83 Claudia K. Veale & Paul G. Veale BBA ‘71 James C. Veirs BBA ‘73 Jeffrey K. Veleke MBA ‘97 Katherine Venable & Richard R. Venable MBA ‘72

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Ramgopal Venkataraman Suneetha Venkataswamy Hector Galaviz & Magdalena Vera BBA ‘99 Dorothy Verhalen & Robert Verhalen Michael C. Vermeer BBA ‘05 Emily E. Verrett MBA ‘10 Sharman B. Vesecky ‘66, MLA ‘82, MA ‘88 & Stephen F. Vesecky BBA ‘65 Michael J. Vesevick BBA ‘81 Stuart P. Vetterick BBA ‘99 Charles M. Vetters & Lori Vetters MBA ‘85 Alfredo Vila Aramburu Jacquelyn G. Vilet MBA ‘79 Venu Vinjamaram MBA ‘10 Sandra Virden & Walter Virden BBA ‘63 Moneth Virmani MBA ‘09 Van G. Vo MBA ‘99 Dinah M. Vogel & William G. Vogel BBA ‘84, MBA ‘99 Bless V. Vohra BBA ‘09 Alexander D. Volk BBA ‘94 & Shelly Volk Emily A. Vollman BBA ‘11 Michael A. VonBorsig BBA ‘07 Glenn B. Voss Charles R. Vrooman MBA ‘72 & Diana Vrooman Gina K. Waco & Marc M. Waco MBA ‘93 Gregory H. Wade MBA ‘84 & Mary Helen Wade James A. Wade MBA ‘94 & Kay Wade Rekha P. Waggoner MBA ‘05 Jay Wagley & Susan B. Wagley MBA ‘90 David H. Wagner MBA ‘05 David S. Wagner MBA ‘01 Gordon P. Wagner BBA ‘49 & Paula Wagner Katherine A. Wagner BA/BBA ‘06 Anthony L. Wainwright MSM ‘07 Sarah M. Wainwright Shinichiro Waki BBA ‘12 James B. Walburg MBA ‘85 & Sandra Walburg Cameron T. Walker BBA ‘10 Catherine F. Walker MBA ‘89 & S. D. Walker MBA ‘89 Donald B. Walker BBA ‘06, MSA ‘07 Doyce A. Walker BBA ‘62 & Linda Walker Gordon Walker Laura L. Walker MBA ‘01 David W. Wallace BBA ‘87 James A. Wallace MBA ‘71 & Thelma L. Wallace James P. Wallace MBA ‘91 & Jodie Wallace John W. Wallace BBA ‘89 & Kristin Wallace Beth Van Duyne & Christopher K. Wallach MBA ‘97 Elizabeth K. Walling BBA ‘11 Joseph M. Wallis & Julie Wallis BBA ‘03 Joan G. Walne BBA ‘76 Brian J. Walsh MBA ‘98 Elbert H. Walters BBA ‘49 & Margie Walters Cameron A. Walts & Catherine C. Walts BBA ‘99 Julie B. Wander MBA ‘97 Clark F. Wangaard & Jan Z. Wangaard BBA ‘73 Xiaoping Wang-Schneringer BBA ‘08

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Mark M. Ward Kaydene J. Ward BBA ‘01 & Thomas A. Ward G. E. Ware BBA ‘57 & Jean S. Ware Hayley M. Warmack BBA ‘12 Cissy Warner & Mark J. Warner MBA ‘95 Becky N. Warren BBA ‘78 Booker R. Warren MBA ‘74 Cora W. Warren BBA ‘47 & Joseph F. Warren ‘52 James F. Warren BBA ‘76 Scott Warren & Vicki L. Warren MBA ‘77 Vernon B. Washington BBA ‘09 Jason H. Waters MBA ‘98 & Jenny Waters Lindsley Waters MBA ‘97 Barbara Watson & Horace B. Watson BBA ‘49, BL ‘51 David A. Watson MBA ‘96 & Grace T. Watson Scott S. Watson BBA ‘91 Charles E. Watts BBA ‘47 & Wanda L. Watts ‘47 Charles R. Watts MBA ‘75 Stephen C. Watts MBA ‘80 & Susan N. Watts Jennifer M. Watz, MSA ‘10 David M. Waxman BBA ‘10 Ann A. Weaver MBA ‘82 Keith C. Weaver MBA ‘77 & Rebecca Weaver Anna N. Webb MBA ‘02 Charles R. Webb BBA ‘08, MSA ‘09 John L. Webb BBA ‘51 & Joyce Webb Donna R. Weber & Garry A. Weber BBA ‘58 John P. Weber & Sharyl L. Weber Joseph Weber & Sylvia R. Weber MBA ‘86 John A. Webster MBA ‘94 Rebel Webster BBA ‘81 Joni L. Weikel MBA ‘92 Afton N. Weimer Joshua R. Weinberg MBA ‘10 Beth C. Weingarden MBA ‘09 Daniel A. Weintraub MBA ‘10 Michael Weiss BBA ‘81 Robert H. Wellborn BBA ‘59 & Sylvia Wellborn Benjamin G. Wells & Nancy Wells Mary Leslie Wells Jonathan M. Welschmeyer BA/BBA ‘05 David G. Welsh MBA ‘93 & Mary Welsh Jeffrey A. Welsh MBA ‘92 & Peggy Welsh Kelly A. Welsh BA ‘78 & Kevin D. Welsh Margaret Ann W. Wendell MBA ‘75 Allen R. Werner BBA ‘77, JD ‘02 Geoffrey T. Werner BBA ‘07 Brian M. Wertz & Kristin L. Wertz MBA ‘10 Andrea J. Wertz BBA ‘12 Dianne S. West BBA ‘66 & Robert H. West BBA ‘64 Stacy L. Westbay MBA ‘07 Courtney E. Westerburg BBA ‘98, MSA ‘99 & Todd Westerburg MBA ‘10 Alexander R. Wey BBA ‘10 Lisa J. Whann & R. T. Whann BBA ‘93 David T. Wheeler MBA ‘86 & Ingrid Wheeler Laura O. Wheless & William M. Wheless MBA ‘71 Amberly B. White & Duboise White MBA ‘93 Ann White & Wilson T. White BBA ‘83 Blake L. White MBA ‘04

Carol F. White & W. W. White BBA ‘76 Charles E. White & Laurie-Leigh White BA/BBA ‘07, MSA ‘08 Craig M. White MBA ‘00 Edward J. White BBA ‘04 James M. White BBA ‘82 Jerry F. White MBA ‘71 Matthew B. White BBA ‘91 & Stacey White Nancy White & R. W. White BBA ‘53 Tara L. Whitehead BBA ‘88 Woodson C. Whitehead BA/BBA ‘04, MSA ‘05 Deborah G. Whitney MBA ‘85 & Eli Whitney Jim F. Whitten BBA ‘56 & Marjorie Whitten Christopher G. Wicker MBA ‘10 Kelley F. Wideman BBA ‘00 Kathryn Wiggans & Thomas G. Wiggans MBA ‘76 Misty N. Wightman MBA ‘03 Abbey R. Wilburn MSA ‘10 Daniel P. Wilderotter BA/BBA ‘09 Janice M. Wildman & Stephen C. Wildman BBA ‘85 David L. Wilemon MBA ‘60 & Jane C. Wilemon BA ‘61 Courtney P. Wiley Gordon M. Wilkerson MBA ‘84 Chris C. Wilkinson MBA ‘95 & Robin L. Wilkinson Karl B. Willard MBA ‘10 Angela D. Williams BBA ‘86 & Harvey Williams Arlene R. Williams BBA ‘06 Brian E. Williams MBA ‘10 Dwight F. Williams MBA ‘81 John K. Williams MBA ‘01 & Susanne Williams Susan L. Williams BBA ‘78 & William R. Williams BBA ‘78 Mack O. Forrester & Billie Ida Williamson BBA ‘74 Mark Y. Williamson BBA ‘89 & Melinda Payne Williamson Edward S. Willoughby BBA ‘85 Jeri Willoughby & Ray W. Willoughby BBA ‘82 Alison Wilmarth & Paul C. Wilmarth MBA ‘92 Amy E. Wilson BBA ‘07 Anne M. Wilson BA ‘58, MLA ‘72 & Jerry G. Wilson BBA ‘58, MBA ‘72 Barry L. Wilson BA/BBA ‘86 Brad E. Wilson MBA ‘01 C. E. Wilson MBA ‘73 & Susan M. Wilson MBA ‘80 Douglass W. Wilson BBA ‘96, MBA ‘02 & Elizabeth A. Wilson BBA ‘96, MBA ‘00 James R. Wilson & Mary Ann B. Wilson BBA ‘49 Joli D. Wilson & Robert M. Wilson Kathleen P. Wilson MBA ‘85 & Larry D. Wilson William E. Stonaker MBA ‘74 & Patricia N. Wilson Robert A. Wilson BBA ‘67 & Susan C. Wilson BS ‘67 Robert S. Wilson BBA ‘62 William W. Wilson BBA ‘09 Jane M. Winch & John J. Winch BBA ‘84

Marley K. Wing BBA ‘10 Kevin Winner MBA ‘10 Carolyn E. Winsby BBA ‘81 Burt N. Winter MBA ‘95 Kristi J. Winter BBA ‘87 Rex M. Winters BBA ‘55 & Shirley A. Winters ‘53 Jason D. Wiser BBA ‘99 & Waleta Wiser Anton H. Witte & Cathleen K. Witte Scott D. Wolbers MBA ‘85 George V. Wolf BBA ‘09 Carol K. Wolfe & Newman R. Wolfe BBA ‘70 Rebecca Wolhart & Stephen L. Wolhart MBA ‘88 David M. Womack MBA ‘97 Winnie Wong-Lee MBA ‘00 John C. Wood BBA ‘06 Kylie M. Wood BBA ‘06 Chad R. Woods BBA ‘90 Richard G. Woodward BBA/BS ‘00 Glenn S. Woppman MBA ‘87 & Gloria Woppman Carl A. Word BBA ‘98 Meredith K. Worley BBA ‘10 Gavin Worthy MBA ‘10 Matthew A. Wright MBA ‘10 Pat B. Wright & W. Dan Wright BBA ‘70 Susan S. Wright MBA ‘90 Richard Y. Wroten MBA ‘09 Xiaowei Wu MBA ‘07 Jennifer Wurster & Michael F. Wurster MBA ‘04 Caroline D. Wyly & Charles J. Wyly Christopher W. Wynne BBA/BS ‘08 Harshini Xavier & Shehan Xavier MBA ‘04 Amita Yadav & Vinod K. Yadav MBA ‘04 Shih-Tsun Yang BA/BBA ‘05 Jeananne Yanko & John B. Yanko MBA ‘79 Arby Yates & George M. Yates Georgia C. Yates BA ‘71 & John A. Yates BBA ‘71, MBA ‘76 James F. Yeager BBA ‘77 & Kelly Yeager Cynthia R. Yeargan BBA ‘77 & Stephen T. Yeargan BA ‘69 David A. Yee MBA ‘93 Paul A. Yeoham MBA ‘93 Richard W. Yip & Trea C. Yip MLA ‘09 Robert A. Yokem MSA ‘10 Caroline C. Young Chris D. Young MBA ‘94 & Cyndie Young David A. Young MBA ‘72 & Lynn E. Young BS ‘73 Desiree H. Young MBA ‘03 Gordon R. Youngblood BBA ‘82 Katherine R. Yount BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Edward S. Yu MBA ‘10 Jiewei Yu Joseph P. Yurich MBA ‘08 Kathryn Zack BBA ‘76 & Peter F. Zack BA ‘73 Beth Zajicek & Hubert K. Zajicek MBA ‘06 Elaine F. Zaleski BBA ‘56 & William A. Zaleski Alejandra G. Zapata BBA ‘09, MSA ‘10 Piotr J. Zapendowski MBA ‘00 George N. Zarafonetis BS ‘41 Sandra Zelisko MBA ‘97 Fall 2010


Douglas Zemke & Ellen B. Zemke BA/BBA ‘78 Michelle M. Zenor BA/BBA ‘89, MLA ‘90 Anne K. Zerbst MS ‘81 & Robert H. Zerbst Patrick K. Zetlmaier MBA ‘01 Kathryn M. Zetzmann BA ‘80 & Robert E. Zetzmann BBA ‘81 Xiaodong Zhang MBA ‘10 Qi Zhou Stephanie G. Zick BBA ‘10 Adrienne M. Zielasko BBA ‘10 Erinn D. Zielke BBA ‘95 & Joshua E. Zielke Lauren H. Zimmer Stephen J. Zimmerly & Virginia A. Zimmerly MBA ‘78 B. J. Zimmerman BBA ‘54 & Patsy C. Zimmerman Aaron J. Zolna BBA ‘01 & Whitney P. Zolna BBA ‘04 Ning Zou BBA/BS ‘04, MBA ‘08 Ivan Zubo BBA ‘00 Howard I. Zusman MBA ‘73 & Lynn Zusman

Corporations, Foundations & Organizations Anonymous (1) Abbott Laboratories Fund Accenture Accenture Foundation ACE USA Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP American Airlines Political Action Committee AMR/American Airlines, Inc. American International Group, Inc Ameriprise Financial Gift Matching Program The Andrew Project LLC Andrews Distributing Co. of North Texas, LTD. Anheuser-Busch Foundation Ashley Properties AT&T Employee Giving/United Way Campaign AT&T Foundation Atmos Energy The Ayco Charitable Foundation Avalon Language Services Inc. Bank of America Foundation Bank of Oklahoma Foundation Bank of Oklahoma N.A. Bank of Texas, N.A. BNSF Foundation BNSF Railway Company Boeing Gift Matching Program Business Financial Consultants, Inc Calvert K. Collins Family Foundation, Inc. Capital One Services, Inc. Capital Title of Texas, LLC CDJ Family Investment LTD CFP Foundation Christian Legacy Foundation Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc. Colt Energy Inc. Comerica Bank-Texas

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Communities Foundation of Texas The Community Foundation For Greater Atlanta Community Foundation of Greater Memphis Community Foundation of North Texas Community Funeral Home of Tyler ConAgra Foods, Inc. Crosstex Energy, L.P. Dallas Business Club Dallas Chapter of CPCU Society The Dallas Foundation Dallas Jewish Community Foundation Dallas Tuesdays Inc. Deloitte & Touche LLP Deloitte Foundation DFW Chapter Risk & Insurance Management Society Dian Graves Owen Foundation Dillard’s, Inc. Doll Family Foundation Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Inc. Eagle Oil & Gas Co. Earthman Foundation Elementsign, LLC ELSR LP Emerson Charitable Trust Encap Investments L.P. Energy Spectrum Securities Corporation Engler Financial Group, LLC Ernst & Young Foundation Ernst & Young LLP ExxonMobil Corporation ExxonMobil Foundation Ficke & Co., Inc. Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Florida Power & Light Company Focus: A. Production Foundation for the Carolinas Frito-Lay, Inc. FTI Consulting, Inc General Insurance Agency, Inc. Germany Properties, Ltd Goldman, Sachs & Co. Gordon Youngblood Insurance Greater Kansas City Community Foundation The Robert A. & Marianne S. Gwinn Family Foundation Halliburton The Hartford Harvey-Daco, Inc. Heyco Energy Group Hill Schwartz Spilker Keller LLC Holt Atherton Educational Foundation Hunt Consolidated, Inc. Hypergraphic Impressions Inc. IBM ICC Energy Corporation Ignite Restaurant Group, Inc. Insurance Council of Texas Intel Foundation Jack W. and Cherri M. Musser Charitable Foundation James W. Collins Family Foundation

Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles John L. Wortham & Son, L.P. JPMorgan Chase JPMorgan Chase Foundation Jumping Cow Gelbvieh Ranch Kasal Family Foundation Kemmons Wilson Family Foundation Key Foundation Kit Carson Tennis LLC Kline Family Foundation KPMG Foundation KPMG LLP Landmark Associates Investment Real Estate Larry Thompson & Associates, Inc. The Light Foundation, Inc. Lockton Companies of Dallas Lone Star Land & Energy, LLC Luther King Capital Management Maguire Oil Company Mansefeldt Investment Corporation MassMutual Financial Group Corporate Giving McKesson Corporation Merrill Lynch & Co. Foundation, Inc. Microsoft Giving Campaign The David B. Miller Family Foundation Morris Foundation National Christian Foundation National Semiconductor Network for Good The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, Inc. Oppenheimer Funds Legacy Program Park Cities Church Park City Club Inc. Pat & Jane Bolin Family Foundation Pavisor, Inc. Pepsico Foundation The Sarah and Ross Perot, Jr. Foundation Pioneer Natural Resources USA, Inc. The Pisani Agency Pitts Energy Group Plains All American Pipeline, L.P. PRHC LLC PriceWaterhouseCoopers LLP Prudential Foundation Matching Gifts Program Quicksilver Resources Inc. Regions Financial Corporation Foundation Robert & Susan Wilson Foundation Robert Glenn Rapp Foundation Romano Concepts Schwab Charitable Fund Scott & Scott LLP The Gay D. and William F. Scott Family Foundation Silicon Valley Bank Silver Creek Ventures Corp Society for Information Management, DFW Chapter Southwestern Graduate School of Banking Foundation Southwestern Insurance Information Service, Inc.

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Star Five Realtors Storey Real Estate, Inc. Swingle, Collins & Associates Talon Oil & Gas LLC Tesoro Corporation Matching Gift Program Texas Instruments Foundation Textron Matching Gift Program Tolleson Family Foundation Twin Oil Company LTD TXI U.S. Auto Parts Network, Inc. United Technologies US Trust Company of Texas Vantage Agora Inc. Verizon Foundation Wachovia Foundation Weber and Company Wells Fargo Bank Texas N.A. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign Wells Fargo Energy Group Wells Fargo Foundation Wells Fargo Foundation Educational Matching Gift Program Westwood Holdings Group, Inc. Willard M. & Ruth Mayer Johnson Charitable Foundation William E. Armentrout Foundation Windowseat Pictures Wykle Holding Corp

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Executive Board Chairman of the Board Mr. John C. Tolleson

Mr. David E. Alexander Vice Chair and Southwest Area Managing Partner Ernst & Young LLP Mr. Gerald B. Alley President Con-Real, Inc. Mr. Victor D. Almeida President and CEO Interceramic Mr. F. Thaddeus Arroyo Chief Information Officer AT&T Ms. Marilyn Augur Chairman Marilyn Augur Enterprises Mr. Norman P. Bagwell Chairman and CEO Bank of Texas, N.A. Mr. C. Fred Ball, Jr. Senior Chair of the Board Bank of Texas, N.A. Mr. George L. Ball Chairman Sanders Morris Harris Group, Inc. Mr. J. Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Chairman & CEO Harwood International Mr. Raymond A. Basye, Jr. Sewell Cadillac Dallas Mr. James F. Berry President Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control Mr. Albert C. Black, Jr. President and CEO On-Target Supplies & Logistics, Ltd. Ms. Jan Hart Black Managing Director Black Muncy Davis and Associates Mr. Raymond A. Blanchette President & CEO Ignite Restaurant Group Mr. William A. Blase, Jr. Senior Executive Vice President- Human Resources AT&T Inc. Mr. Tony Boghetich Owner & CEO Omar B. Milligan Enterprises Mr. Pat S. Bolin President Eagle Oil & Gas Company Ms. Julie Ann Brice Founder and Former Owner I Can’t Believe It’s Yogurt, Inc. Mr. Tucker S. Bridwell President Mansefeldt Investment Corporation Mr. Bradley Brookshire Chairman Brookshire Grocery Company Mr. Peter D. Brundage Managing Director Goldman Sachs Mr. Donald J. Carty Retired Chairman American Airlines & Retired Vice Chairman Dell, Inc. Mr. Felix Chen President and CEO PAJ Inc. Mr. Greg T. Clifton, ChFC, CFP President Clifton Capital Partners, Inc. Mr. Richard H. Collins Chairman and CEO Richard Collins Enterprises

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Mr. Gus Comiskey Senior Vice President & Managing Director Clark Consulting Mr. Dan W. Cook, III Senior Advisor MHT Partners Mr. William R. Cooper Chairman Paragon Group Mr. Edwin L. Cox Chairman and CEO Edwin L. Cox Company Mr. Gary T. Crum President CFP Foundation Mr. William A. Custard President and CEO Dallas Production, Inc. Mr. Terry R. Dallas Executive Vice President & Managing Director, Wells Fargo U.S. Corporate Banking Mr. Richard L. Davis CEO DAVACO Mr. Joseph M. DePinto President & CEO 7-Eleven, Inc. Mr. Derek E. Dewan Chairman MPS Group, Inc. Mr. Frank M. Dunlevy Vice Chairman, Managing Director Cowen & Company, LLC Mr. Juan Elek Co-Chairman Elek, Moreno Valle y Asociados Mr. Bryant R. Fisher Retired Senior Vice President Federated Mr. Martin L. Flanagan President and CEO INVESCO Ms. Lisa A. Gardner President & CEO OMS Strategic Advisors, LLC Mr. James F. Geiger CEO Cbeyond Mr. William W. George Area Chairman Arthur J. Gallagher Risk Management Services, Inc. Dr. James R. Gibbs Chairman, President and CEO Frontier Oil Corporation Mr. David L. Gonzales Chairman and CEO David L. Gonzales and Associates, LLC Mr. Norman Green Founder and Former Owner Dallas Stars Hockey Mr. Charles L. Gummer President and CEO Comerica Bank-Texas Market Ms. Linda W. Hart Vice Chairman & CEO Hart Group, Inc. Mr. Brad K. Heppner Chairman & CEO Heritage Highland Finance & Management Services Mr. James M. Hoak Chairman Hoak Media Corporation Mr. Denny Holman Chairman of the Board Folsom Properties, Inc.

Mr. Thomas W. Horton President AMR Corporation and American Airlines Mr. Kevin C. Howe Managing Partner Mercury Ventures Mr. Clark K. Hunt Chairman Kansas City Chiefs Mr. Douglas E. Hutt Community Bancorp, LLC Mr. Mark M. Jacobs President & CEO RRI Energy, Inc. Mr. Thomas W. Jasper Chief Executive Officer Primus Asset Management Mr. Hugh W. Jones President and CEO Travelocity Global Mr. David K. Kao Managing Partner Advantage Resources Group Mr. James W. Keyes Chairman & CEO Blockbuster, Inc. Mr. Lawrence Lacerte President Exponent Technologies Ms. Nancy Loewe Chief Financial Officer Frito-Lay North America Mr. Paul B. Loyd, Jr. Mr. D. Scott Luttrell CEO LCM Group Dr. Bobby B. Lyle Chairman, President & CEO Lyco Holdings Incorporated Mr. James H. MacNaughton MacNaughton & Associates Mr. Cary M. Maguire President & CEO Maguire Oil Company Mr. Ken Malcolmson Regional CEO, West Central Region Humana Ms. Ti Adelaide Martin President Commander’s Palace Mr. Michael F. McGehee CEO Wilmac Companies, LLC Mr. Michael A. Merriman President & CEO Financial Holding Corporation Mr. David B. Miller Managing Director EnCap Investments, LLC Mr. Tyree B. Miller President A.G. Hill Partners, LLC Mr. Roger Nanney Vice Chairman Deloitte LLP Mr. Erle A. Nye Chairman Emeritus TXU Corp. Mr. P. Scott Ozanus Vice Chairman - Tax KPMG LLP Ms. Patricia Patterson President Patterson Investments Dr. Sheron Patterson Senior Pastor Highland Hills United Methodist Church

Mr. Randal L. Perkins Private Investor Private Advisory Group Mr. John C. Phelan Managing Principal and Co-Founder MSD Capital, L.P. Mr. Charles Pistor Retired Vice Chair Southern Methodist University Ms. Melissa M. Reiff President The Container Store Mr. Rick Richards Senior Vice President Hunt Global Resources, Inc. Mr. Ronald H. Ridlehuber CLU, FLMI, LLIF Chairman First Choice Network, LLC Mr. Ronald A. Rittenmeyer Former Chairman, President & CEO EDS Mr. Robert D. Rogers Chairman of the Board Texas Industries, Inc. Mr. Philip J. Romano Owner Romano Concepts, Ltd. Mr. James J. Saccacio CEO RealtyTrac, Inc. Mr. Robert J. Schlegel Chairman Pavestone Company Mr. Jeffrey R. Schmid Chairman and CEO Mutual of Omaha Bank Mr. Mark W. Schortman Vice President and General Manager Coca-Cola Enterprises Mr. John M. Scott, III President & CEO Rosewood Hotels & Resorts Mr. Carl Sewell Chairman Sewell Automotive Companies Mr. Michael G. Smith Private Investments Mr. Richard K. Templeton President, CEO and Director Texas Instruments Inc. Mr. Guy R. Thomas Retired Vice President U.S. Sales Operations Coca-Cola Enterprises Mr. John C. Tolleson Chairman & CEO Tolleson Wealth Management Mr. Scott B. Walker President Downstream Capital, LLC Mr. Garry Weber Chairman of the Board Weber Financial, Inc. Ms. Julia C. Wellborn Executive Vice President Wealth Management, Executive Director Comerica Bank Mr. William M. Wheless, III President Wheless Properties Mr. Robert A. Wilson Executive Vice President Kemmons-Wilson Companies Mr. Charles J. Wyly, Jr. Ms. Trea C. Yip CEO TY Commercial Group, Inc.

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Cox Alumni Association   May 14:  Assistant Dean-External Relations and Executive Director of the Cox Alumni Association Kevin Knox joins Laura Pitlik (PMBA ’05) at the Cox Alumni Awards Luncheon. Pitlik was recognized as Outstanding Young Alumna for 2009-10.

No matter where you live, work, or travel, you will always be close to a Cox alumnus. Take a look at the Cox Alumni Association Board of Directors. New members have joined and they may be in your area. Send them an e-mail and say “hello.” The Cox Board works with alumni around the world to organize a range of activities that benefit alumni, friends, students, parents, faculty, administrators, community partners, company executives and corporate sponsors. Check out the new look on our website at www.cox.smu.edu. Click on Alumni and keep up with our on-campus programs and our onthe-road receptions, tailgates, and much more. If you have recently moved or changed employers, please update your information. You can do so on the website or just e-mail us at gshearin@cox.smu.edu. Stay in touch with Kevin Knox, assistant dean of external relations and executive director of the Cox Alumni Association, at 214.768.8338 or kknox@cox.smu.edu.

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James Alvetro Clark Bacon Dennis Cail Trey Chappell Paul Collins Richard de Garis Paul Divis Victoria Eavenson Gonzalo Escamez Sada Mark Galyardt Dan Goe John Goodrum Brooke Green Paul Henderson Jono Hiemenz Kevin Hight Mark Holoman Gary Horton A. J. Hu Taruna Jain Chris Jones Pam Hoyerman Kemper Keith Knox Chris Loy Dave Manges Ashley Wilson McClellan Lauren McDonald Frank McGrew Mike Miers Aakash Moondhra Phil Moran Rhonda Murphy Fabio Okamoto Carlton O’Neal Patrick Panko Bruce Parkerson Kyle Perkins Dan Porth Evan Radler Chris Reilly Wayne Richard David Rouse Allen Shank Javier Silvera Cristine Struble Matthew Struble Arun Subramanian Katy Thomas Laura Till David Visinsky Catherine Walts Mark Warner David Wesson Chris Wilson Kylie Wood Jiang Wu Liz Youngblood

MBA ‘99 BBA ’04 EMBA ‘06 BBA ’00 MBA ’03 MBA ’06 EMBA ’99 MBA ’99 MBA ’90 MBA ’88 MBA ’99 BBA ’05 MBA ’99 PMBA ’94 BBA ’09 MBA ’99 MBA ’03 EMBA ’99 MBA ’01 MBA ’01 PMBA ’00 BBA ’79 MBA ’98 PMBA ’92 PMBA ‘07 BBA ’04 MBA ’82 BBA ’90 MBA ’98 MBA ‘03 MBA ’87 MBA ’98 MBA ’95 PMBA ’87, JD ’91 PMBA ’01 BBA ’79, JD ’82 BBA ’09 BBA ’69, MBA ’71 BBA ’05 PMBA ’01 BBA ’80 PMBA ’95 BBA ‘02, MSA ‘03 MBA ‘07 BBA ’96 PMBA ’00 MBA ’01 BBA ‘07 BBA ’82 BBA ’98 BBA ’99 MBA ’95 EMBA ’04 BBA ’03 BBA ’06 MBA ‘00 EMBA ’05

Sydney, Australia Los Angeles, CA Dallas, TX Phoenix, AZ Summit, NJ Miami, FL Washington, DC Livermore, CA Santiago, Mexico Atlanta, GA Denver, CO Houston, TX San Francisco, CA Sunnyvale, CA St. Louis, MO Austin, TX Charlotte, NC Dallas, TX Shanghai, China Houston, TX Houston, TX Boston, MA Dallas, TX Dallas, TX Dallas, TX Dallas, TX Little Rock, AR Nashville, TN Tulsa, OK New Delhi, India Houston, TX St. Louis, MO Sao Paulo, Brazil La Jolla, CA Kansas City, MO New Orleans, LA La Jolla, CA Scottsdale, AZ Fort Worth, TX San Antonio, TX Dallas, TX Dallas, TX Dallas, TX Hong Kong, China Chicago, IL Chicago, IL Bangalore, India New York, New York Albany, NY Memphis, TN Atlanta, GA Austin, TX Bryan, TX Oklahoma City, OK Kansas City, MO Beijing, China Plano, TX

james@getfundamental.com clark.bacon@ubs.com dennis.cail@komia.com tchappell@att.net pcollins@bbmetro.com rdegaris@alum.cox.smu.edu paul.divis@blenheimcs.com veavenson@alum.cox.smu.edu gescamez@prodigy.net.mx mark.galyardt@xioss.com daniel_e_goe@yahoo.com john.goodrum@gmail.com brooke@presidiopay.com phenderson@successfactors.com jono.hiemenz@gmail.com kevin.hight@dimensional.com mholoman@yahoo.com ghorton1223@hotmail.com aj.hu@jljgroup.com taruna.jain@mercer.com chris.jones@connecticut.swagelok.com pamelakemper@gmail.com knox.keith@gmail.com christopher.loy@twcable.com david.c.manges@us.pwc.com ashley.mcclellan@hcahealthcare.com lemcdonald@aol.com fmcgrew@morganjoseph.com mmiers@oneok.com aakash.moondhra@gmail.com pmoran@pacadvisory.com rhonda_murphy@alum.cox.smu.edu fabio.okamoto@riobravo.com.br coneal@proximetry.com ppanko@dfamilk.com bparkerson@pmpllp.com kyle@westviewfg.com drporth@navalissystems.com eradler@tug-hill.com chris.reilly@reillyassociatesllc.com wrichard@icglobal.net david.rouse@yum.com ashank@lockelord.com javier.o.silvera@citi.com cristine.struble@sbcglobal.net mstruble@lawsonproducts.com psarun@hotmail.com kathryn.d.thomas@jpmorgan.com ltill@finsvcs.com dvisinsky@hotmail.com Catherine.walts@gapac.com mwarner@utimco.org david.wesson@perf.com cwilson@gobaker.com kylie.wood@hotmail.com jiang.wu@power.alstom.com elizayou@baylorhealth.edu

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Alumni Profiles DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI Joseph M. (Jody) Grant (BBA ’60) Chairman Emeritus Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc. Dallas, Texas Jody Grant, chairman emeritus of Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc., founded the company in 1998 along with a select group of colleagues and investors. It is the largest start-up in banking history. Currently, he is a partner and senior adviser to BankCap Partners, a private equity fund. He previously served as CFO and executive vice president of EDS, a leading information technology company with offices in more than 30 countries. Grant co-led the company’s successful spin-off from its parent General Motors, then the fourth largest transaction in U.S. business history. In 2001, American Banker named Grant

Pat Bolin (BA ’73) Chairman, President and CEO Eagle Oil & Gas Co. EagleCorp, Inc. Dallas, Texas Pat Bolin is chairman, president and chief executive officer of both Eagle Oil & Gas Co. and EagleCorp, Inc., a private investment company with interests in oil and gas, banking, insurance and real estate. He co-founded Eagle Oil & Gas Co. in 1976 after beginning his professional career as a landman at Mitchell Energy Co. Bolin currently serves as a member of the boards of Fidelity Bank, Dallas, and Fidelity Bank, Wichita Falls. As a civic leader, he also serves as an adviser to the executive

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“Community Banker of the Year.” In 2002, Ernst & Young named him Entrepreneur of the Year for the financial services sector, and SMU recognized him in 2003 with its Silver Anniversary Mustang Award. In 2010, he was named a recipient of the Horatio Alger Award, an award presented to him by the Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans, in honor of his admirable accomplishments and community service. Grant is an active business and community leader, serving on a number of boards including the MD Anderson Cancer Center, Communities Foundation of Texas, KERA and Dallas County Community College Foundation. He earned his Ph.D. and MBA from the University of Texas and his BBA from SMU in 1960, where he was an AllAmerican swimmer. 

committee of the board of directors of the Highland Park Independent School District Education Foundation and serves on the executive board of the Cox School of Business. He has been a member of the Salesmanship Club of Dallas since 1986, where he served as chairman of the 2006 EDS Byron Nelson Championship. Bolin earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from SMU in 1973. He is a long time member of the Mustang Club and a supporter of SMU athletics. In 2008, Bolin and his wife Jane created the Pat and Jane Bolin BBA Scholars Endowment Fund for the SMU Cox School of Business.

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Each year the Cox School celebrates the accomplishments of its alumni at the Distinguished Alumni Awards Luncheon, now in its 19th year. Alumni are nominated based on their demonstrated civic and business leadership. In 2010, Joseph M. (Jody) Grant and Pat Bolin were awarded the Distinguished Alumni Award and Barry Vandevier and Laura Pitlik were named Outstanding Young Alumni. For additional information or for nominations, please visit http:// www.cox.smu.edu/web/alumni/cox-distinguished-alumni. Outstanding Young Alumni must be 40 years old or younger.

OUTSTANDING YOUNG ALUMNI

Barry Vandevier (EMBA ’05) Chief Information Officer Sabre Holdings Southlake, Texas As chief information officer of Sabre Holdings, Barry Vandevier oversees the corporation’s varied and complex technology functions across four business units (Sabre Airline Solutions, Sabre Hospitality Solutions, Sabre Travel Network and Travelocity), which together span 59 countries around the world. Since assuming this role in 2006, Sabre Holdings has been recognized for three consecutive years by InformationWeek as one of the “Top 100 Most Innovative Users of Technology” as well as placed in the top 10 of “The Greatest Software Ever Written.” Prior to his current position as Sabre

Laura A. Pitlik (PMBA ’05) Director of Marketing Hostess Brands, Inc. Dallas, Texas Laura Pitlik is director of marketing at Hostess Brands, Inc. (formerly Interstate Brands Corporation), one of the largest wholesale bakers and distributors of fresh delivered breads and snack cakes in the United States. She is responsible for brand marketing, innovation, strategy development and execution of the 100 percent-natural brand of breads, Nature’s Pride. Prior to joining Hostess, Pitlik worked in brand marketing for Dr Pepper Snapple Group. During her five years with the organization, she led brand marketing and www.cox.smu.edu

Holdings CIO, Vandevier was chief technology officer of Travelocity. He spent 10 years at Travelocity, starting as a software developer just after launch when the company was still deemed an “experiment.” Vandevier and his wife Michelle are active chair members and supporters of several charities, including the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Christian Community Action and God’s Child. He earned a Bachelor of Science in industrial engineering from Oklahoma State University in 1993 and his Executive MBA from SMU Cox in 2005.

innovation for numerous soft drink brands including the company’s flagship brand, Dr Pepper, as well as Sunkist, A&W and Canada Dry. Before and during her career as an MBA student at Cox, Pitlik held marketing positions with Zale Corporation, Daimler Chrysler and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Pitlik earned a B.S. in journalism, with an emphasis in marketing from Texas Christian University, and her MBA from the Cox School in 2005. She is a member of the Cox School’s Associate Board, where she mentors students interested in brand management. Pitlik is a supporter of the AT&T Performing Arts Center, the Dallas Museum of Art and a member of the Junior League of Dallas.

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Class Notes

SMU Cox thanks all our alumni who shared class notes with us during the past year. Staying in touch is essential to maintaining the value of the Cox alumni network. We hope you will go to www.coxalums.com to look up old friends, keep your profile current and share exciting news with the Cox community in the coming years.

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Class of 1949:

Blake Tartt (BBA) received the Outstanding 50 Year Lawyer Award from the Texas Bar Foundation.

Class of 1968:

Robert Dilworth (BBA, MBA) is a senior financial advisor, chartered retirement planning counselor and certified divorce financial analyst using proven processes and systems in assisting business owners, executives and families plan and manage their wealth.

Class of 1970:

David Boldrick (BBA) began 2010 with his wife Susan and youngest son Zach in Alaska on the Russian River. The fifth was a good day for salmon. Susan caught four. Zach is an engineer with EDC – Alaska and was married June 2010. David’s other two sons are married. David and Susan have three cute granddaughters.

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Class of 1974:

Charles Besio (MBA) received the Cox 2009 - 2010 BBA Outstanding Teaching Award in May at the Cox Annual Awards Luncheon.

Class of 1975:

Suzanne Klapp (MBA) was elected to the Scottsdale City Council in November 2008 for a four-year term.  She is currently vice mayor.

Class of 1977:

Dirk Johnston (BBA) was recently recognized by the Texas Association of Broadcasters as the “2010 Associate of the Year.” He was honored at a gala held in Austin on August 12th, coinciding with the TAB’s Annual Convention. It was the first time a syndicator has been recognized with this honor in the 55-year history of the TAB.

Class of 1978:

Ben Anderson (BBA) has retired from Deloitte after 25 years and is living in Tyler.  He is a member of a foundation board and enjoys spending time with his wife, traveling and being at home.

Class of 1979:

Rose Hancock’s (BBA) son, Parker, was the executive vice president of SGA at Georgia Tech last year.  He was also named to the advisory board of the president of the university.  He graduated in May with a degree in electrical engineering.  He plans on attending law school this fall.

Class of 1981:

Barbara Errickson-Connor (MBA) joined Dallas Social Venture Partners (dsvp.org) about a year and a half ago after retiring from HP/EDS. She is learning about ways to bring corporate skills and money to people in need. Errickson-Connor is lead DSVP partner for KIPP Truth Academy charter

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school, and provids technical support for Dallas After School Network (DASN) and Dallas Youth Village (DYV), ErricksonConnor is finding MBAs have much to offer the nonprofit world in support of education and children at risk.

Class of 1982:

Peter Mottek (BBA) returned from AARO at SMU with his daughter Dominique, who will be joining the class of 2014. The administration and organization of the orientation was excellent. He is so very proud of Dominique, who relocated from Lisbon to Dallas in August. Jeffery Welborn (BBA) recently relocated after 25 years in San Francisco to Bentonville, Arkansas, to join his wife who was recruited last year by the world’s largest corporation as the senior vice president of global employee benefits.  He is now networking in financial services.

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Chuck Bauman (BBA) has a daughter, Claire, who is an incoming freshman this year. She is a Hunt Leadership Scholar and was also designated as a Pre-Law Scholar. Laura Morales (BBA) was accepted into the 2010 class of Leadership Texas.

Class of 1983:

Stephen Dutcher (BBA) is happy to announce that he sold his family business founded in 1961. The company was sold to Illustrated Properties. He hopes any and all alumni will look him up in the sunny East Coast oceanfront and riverfront resort town of Stuart, Florida.

Class of 1984:

Barbara Musser (MBA) is now coaching and mentoring women entrepreneurs to set up and sustain a successful business doing what they love. Learn more on her website, www.barbaramusser.com

Class of 1986:

Bruce Connelly (MBA) was recently promoted to vice president of sport performance footwear at Nike, Inc.  He continues to live in Portland, Oregon with his wife Barbara.

Class of 1987:

Diane Woodend (MBA) was elected chairman of the board at Lea+Elliott, Inc. Carol Sprueill (MBA) is now marketing manager for Dolphin Blue, Inc., a Dallasbased online supplier of environmentally responsible office supplies and printing.

Class of 1988:

Kelley Rowley (BBA) has served on the board of The Sci-Tech Discovery Center, located in Frisco, Texas since October 2008 and as treasurer since May 2009.

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Class of 1990:

Ronald Herbert (BBA) was named CFO of Addison, Texas-based company FairPay Solutions in January 2010. FairPay provides IT-enabled services to reduce workers compensation medical claims costs for insurance carriers, third-party administrators and self-insured employers.  Ron is married to Sally Keller (BA ‘93), and they live in Frisco with their two daughters.

Class of 1991:

Michelle Milam (MBA) and her husband Joel Davis announced the birth of Jackson Philip Davis on January 29, 2010. Michelle is with the Frito Lay division of PepsiCo, Inc. and Joel works for e-Rewards, Inc. The family is living in Plano, Texas. Robert Baker (BBA, MBA) and his wife Pam (BA ’90) reside in Southlake, Texas, with their son Charlie and daughter Britt. Rob is the senior director of nuclear finance and accounting for Luminant (part of the TXU group), based in Glen Rose. His role also includes the accounting and treasury activities for the Comanche Peak nuclear joint venture with Mitusbishi. Pam is currently working for Neiman Marcus and is a super-mom for their two wonderful kids. SMU football games are always on

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their calendar, as well as catching up with friends and old classmates.

data. For further reading, her site is http:// stuffindallas.wordpress.com.

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Class of 1996:

Eric Everett (MBA) has been named general manager of business development for Nexen Petroleum USA.  He now leads all acquisition and divestiture as well as new business activity for Nexen’s U.S. division. Chad Johannesen (BBA) resides in Ocala, Florida, with his wife Francine, stepdaughter Aubrey, and a sleepy, 13-year-old yellow Labrador that he rescued three and a half years ago. He’s vice president and division manager of Maronda Homes of Florida in Ocala and a member of the Ocala Marion County Chamber of Commerce and the Marion County Building Industry Association, where he’s currently the organization’s president, as well as the chairperson of the governmental and industry issues committee. Chad is running for Florida State Representative, District 22.

Class of 1995:

Laurie McFarlin-Stein (MBA) began a blog containing the material she is collecting for her Ph.D. She has been holding camps and workshops for children to help gather

Martha Holmes is happy to report that she is half-way through a doctorate in human and organizational learning at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C., through the Executive Leadership Cohort Program, which enables her to complete a residency-based doctorate by traveling to campus once a month from Santa Fe. She feels privileged to be in the program. She is interested in studying organizational culture as an emergent phenomenon. Martha is currently delivering training on emotional intelligence to Cisco Systems offices in San Jose, Paris and Kolkata (Calcutta). Eric Stetenfeld (BBA) married Esther Llamas on April 23, 2009.

Class of 1997:

Jennifer (Koondel) Davidson (BBA) married Mark Davidson on November 8, 2009, in Los Angeles. She also recently joined Mesirow Financial Consulting, LLC, in the firm’s Los Angeles office as a vice president.  In this role she will utilize her skills and extensive experience

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to enhance the firm’s valuation services practice.  Jennifer has approximately 15 years of experience in the financial advisory services arena, including more than 10 years of experience valuing capital stock, debt and derivative securities and intangible assets.  She primarily performs valuations related to accounting standards for financial reporting purposes.  She has also performed valuations for collateralization, mergers and acquisitions, restructuring, strategic planning, litigation support and tax reporting purposes.  She has served clients across various industries with a focus on the communications, entertainment and media, hedge fund, private equity and technology industries.  She may be reached at jkoondeldavidson@mesirowfinancial.com. Enid Brackett (BBA) is a Navy foreign area officer pursuing a Master’s in national security affairs - Africa region at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA. After language training, she and her family will be posted to the United States Africa Command.  Enid and her husband Chuck stay busy with two adorable children:  Grace Amira, born October 12, 2004, and Benjamin Joseph, born January 22, 2008.

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Class of 1998:

Benjamin Lavine (BBA) is the co-owner of Stone Acorn Builders L.P. , a company that builds custom homes in Houston focusing on new construction in-fill projects. In August 2009, Stone Acorn Builders was selected by Southern Living magazine to be a part of the exclusive Southern Living Custom Builder Program.  Southern Living carefully selects members based on their reputation among local businesses and consumers, strength of presence in their respective markets, superior quality and attention to detail, innovative style, financial stability and other criteria. Jennifer (Clark) Tobin (BBA) was presented with the 2009-2010 Dallas Association of Young Lawyers Outstanding Young Lawyer of the Year Award at the annual Law Day Luncheon sponsored by the Dallas Bar Association.  Clark is a shareholder at the law firm of Geary, Porter & Donovan, P.C.

Class of 1999:

Erica (Wertz) Netzley (MBA) married Eric Netzley on June 6, 2009, in Palos Verdes Estates, CA. Her maid of honor was Lisa

Harlow (’99) and reader was Jamie Willett DeBrosse (’99).

Class of 2000:

Aaron Solganick (BBA, MBA) has recently launched a new investment banking and M&A advisory firm, Generation Equity Advisors, focused exclusively on the technology and digital media industry sectors.  The firm advises company owners, senior executives and private equity firms on strategic and financial transactions to improve shareholder value. The firm works with private and public companies globally.  Its professionals have completed over $8 billion in M&A transactions to date. Aaron Solganick is the founder, president and managing director of the firm.  His background includes stints at KPMG Corporate Finance, Southwest Securities, Bear Stearns, B. Riley & Co. and Perot Systems, and he has advised on numerous mergers and acquisitions in his career. The firm is headquartered in Los Angeles. Cornelius Foote (MBA) became the North Dallas publisher of Girlfriends Health Guide for Women of Color,  a two-yearold publication currently distributed in Fall 2010


coxClass notes Milwaukee, Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas and, later this year, Minneapolis, Baltimore and New York. Their mission is to uplift, promote and inform women of color on health-related disparities affecting underserved and underrepresented ethnic women. There are branding and direct marketing opportunities in print, online and through events. The publication reaches women of color 30-50 years old who are educated and earn more than $50,000 a year. They have a national network of some 23,000 members and, in just a couple months, have more than 1,500 women signed up! Marianne Pohle (MA/MBA) is the new development associate and director of grants at the Van Cliburn Foundation in Fort Worth.

Class of 2001:

Alexander Stem (BBA, MBA) recently had the privilege of traveling to Saudi Arabia and the UAE to conduct product launch seminars for a new innovative product within the welding industry.   Ajit Prasad (MBA) was promoted to vice president at First Data in 2008. Ajit and his lovely wife Hema continue to reside in Dallas with their three children. John Manning (BBA) received a Platinum Global Recognition Award at Bank of America for his efforts in the Countrywideto-Bank of America transition. Alice Lin (MBA) was promoted to associate principal by CamargoCopeland Architects, LLP, a Dallas-based architecture, interior architecture and planning firm with retail/ hospitality, education and public sector clients.

Class of 2002:

Leska (Scanio) Parker (BBA) and Blake Parker welcomed Clara Lynn to their family in May of 2009. Chance and Clara are looking forward to welcoming baby brother Parker in October 2010. Adrianne Jessie (BBA) has been promoted to division controller of the Northeast Houston business unit for Republic Services, Inc., a leading environmental services company.

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Stephanie Heideman (BBA, MSA) and her husband Jason are celebrating the first birthday of their daughter Kaitlyn Grace, born August 4, 2009.

industrial and manufacturing industries.  Previously, John spent five years working in Washington, D.C., in a variety of federal government and nonprofit jobs. 

Class of 2003:

Robyn Glassner (BBA) will be attending SMU’s Dedman School of Law this fall.

Leonardo Castro (EMBA) was recently promoted to the position of principal consultant with Verizon’s Global Services organization, with expanded territory responsibility for the entire Southeastern U.S. region.  Angela Gieras (MBA) has accepted the position of general manager for Trinity Repertory Company in Providence, Rhode Island.  Scott Krouse (BBA) has relocated to the London office of Oliver Wyman (formerly Mercer Management Consulting).  He is part of the manufacturing, transportation and energy practice, with a focus on aviation, aerospace and defense.  He is currently working in the Middle East with a large international airline.

Class of 2004:

Michael Cardenas (MBA) has moved back to South Carolina to accept the position of IT audit manager at SCANA Corp, a local utility company. Joanna Voges (MBA) married John B. Avera, III, on October 9, 2009.  The couple resides in Austin, TX. Mikhail Orlof (MBA), after working for a few startups and entrepreneurial companies, has launched a company of his own: Webysuite Inc., a Netsuite Solutions provider based in Mansfield, Texas, provides on-demand business software solutions to small and medium size businesses in DallasFort Worth and the greater North Texas area. Brandon (MBA) and Kaja Geary welcomed their second son, Ciaran Lambert Geary, born September 18, 2009.

Class of 2005:

John Goodrum (BBA) has started a position with Loewenstein and Associates (L&A), an executive recruitment firm in Houston. L&A’s clients include established, emerging, and start-up companies that provide products and services to the energy,

Robert (Tony) Tomlinson (BBA) is at ChurchillTerry in Dallas, and is the vice president of external affairs for the Cox School’s Strategy and Entrepreneurship Club as he pursues his Master’s in Entrepreneurship. Richard Schklair (BBA) was recently ranked in the top five percent of his peer group and promoted from analyst to consultant at Accenture.

Class of 2006:

Ashleigh Gebhardt (BBA) currently holds the role of assistant jewelry product manager for luxury jeweler Van Cleef & Arpels for the Americas. Her responsibilities include all special order pricing and order placement for the Americas, launching of new Bijoux, Creative Jewelry and High Jewelry collections in the U.S. Ashleigh was also recently invited to become a member of the Comité Haute Joaillerie, an international high jewelry committee dedicated to promoting excellence through shared knowledge and artistic techniques. She has now been happily married for two years to Maximilien Lefranc, who SMU graciously accepted as a Hurricane Katrina refugee from Tulane. Ben Cowgill (BBA) was named vice president of Bell Group, a Versailles, Kentucky, advertising agency specializing in the thoroughbred industry. He most recently spent four years working for a division of Omnicom called The Marketing Arm, based in Dallas and founded by SMU graduate Ray Clark. Katharine Oehmann’s (BBA) daughter, Wendy, gave birth to her fourth child on Earth Day, April 22, 2010.  His name is Liam Rhys and he is adorable!

Class of 2008:

Patricia Mejia (EMBA) has been accepted to Pepperdine’s doctoral program in organizational leadership. She hopes life is good for everyone!

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1-April 13: Dean Al Niemi hosted a

reception in Fort Worth for alumni, friends, prospective students and parents. This event was sponsored by Greg Clifton (EMBA ’05, Cox Executive Board) and Clifton Capital. Pictured here: Gary Giles (MBA ’79), Kim Lansford (EMBA ’00) and Bill Lansford.

2-April 13: Also at the Fort Worth reception,

Marianne Pohle (MA/MBA ’00) and Emily Gipple (BBA ’06) had a chance to visit with Dean Niemi.

3-April 15: AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson visited

the Cox School and spoke to MBA students.

4-April 15: At the L. Frank Pitts Lecture Series

and luncheon, Ray Hunt (BBA ’61, SMU Board of Trustees) was awarded the inaugural L. Frank Pitts Leadership Award. Named in honor of the late oil and gas professional, the award is given to an individual who exemplifies a spirit of ethical leadership and innovative impact on the energy industry. Shown here: Allen Custard, Marla Custard, Ray Hunt, Linda Pitts Custard (EMBA ’99), Bill Custard, (BBA ’57) and Laura Hurt. 5-April 23: At the annual Business Leadership

Institute (BLI) luncheon, several BBA students received recognition for their outstanding work. Pictured here: Dean Niemi, Michael Noble, Aleksanda Gawor, John Oakes, Kelsey Knobloch, Maxwell Diener, Madeline Rohde, Thomas Chaplin, Edwin L. Cox and Paula Strasser, director of the Business Leadership Institute.

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6-April 25: Each year, the Cox MBA Track

Team travels to Boston to participate in the Boston College/Carroll School of Management 5K Challenge that benefits the Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism. Shown here: Kevin Knox, assistant dean of external relations, executive director of the Cox alumni association, Evan Pounds (MBA ’11) Matt Wright (MBA ’10), Risa Rena (MBA ’11), Grant Goodman (MBA ’11), Amy Cook (MBA ’11), Jaime Kimmons (MBA ’10), Katie Garton (MBA ’10), Michael Caplan, assistant dean of graduate student services, and Chris Emerson (not pictured).

7-April 27: Prior to graduation, Beta Gamma

Sigma Business Fraternity recognizes new student inductees at the initiation luncheon. Pictured here: (undergraduates) Pulkit Agrawal, Adam Awad, Leonorilda Cantu, Clayton Carter, Justin Childres, David Cockrum, Brooke Dilling, Charlene Dondlinger, Jacqueline Dusek, Audra Egenolf, Kimberly Falgout, David Fish, Victoria Kean, King Chuk Kong, Blake Krystoff, Ana Lara Carrillo, Liliya Leontyeva, Lauren Lieberman, Filip Lorinc, Nathan Mitzner, Chaise Mooty Proctor, III, Christina Morrow, Kevin Murphree, Derek Nelson, Yenefa Nino, Virginia Norton, Garrett Olson, Katie Oswald, Cassandra Pankonien, James Petersen, Levina Phua, Sheba Rasson, Katy Reed, Jenna Reekie, Sean Roossien, Katherine Rossi, Robert Sajovich, Ashleigh Smalley, Jessica Tallman, Mercedes Ulibarri, Daniel Urrutia, Lisa Vien and Mary Young; (MBAs) Lindsay Brown, Benjamin Caldwell,

Mark Cullum, Danielle Czajka, Matthew Day, Victor Dubuclet, Ashley Fern, Peter Flowers, Thomas Floyd, Sarah Flume, Adam Gain, Katherine Garton, Shankar Gopalan, Stephanie Herridge, Sander Hickerson, David Hoffman, Shannon Hogan, Stuart Irby, Kaytlin Karr, Aleksandra Kierska, YuChun Lin, James Manley, Stephen Morrow, Mallory Murphy, Bao Nguyen, Tien Nguyen, Kevin Olding, Tam Osentowski, Anand Patel, Bridget Perkowski, Radhika Rengarajan, Ricardo Santander Valderrama, Frank Scuito, Glenn Silverman, Jonathan Sledge, Deserina Sulaeman and David Thieke; (EMBAs) Manoj Bidnurkar, Alan Chuang, James Frank, Christopher Garrick, Mark Hebert, Jonathan Keith, Ronnie Kurian, William Love, Gilbert Molinar, Misty Morin, Michael Moynihan, Nestor Salvado Lozano, Gregg Schneider, Manish Sethi, Dnyanesh Shirali, Paul Shultz, John Sullivan, Anish Suri and Brian Williams. 8-April 28: This year’s BBA Honors Marketing

Practicum class, taught by Senior Lecturer Judy Foxman, took on the project of organizing, promoting and executing Dean Niemi’s BBA Senior Send-Off Picnic. Class members did an outstanding job in every phase of the operation: Elizabeth Baxley, Mallorie Cruz, Kate Dewan, Marisa Ann Erwin, Holly Hill, Melissa Manuel, Lauryn May, Jessica Moseley, Lindsey Perry, Brittney Roberts, Keelie Rood, Cas Stillwell, Liz Sullivan, Brady Thomson, Kate VanHee, Shinichiro Waki, Marley Wing and James Yoo.

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saw the largest turnout ever of students, faculty, staff and administrators. Everyone attending was treated to great food, conversation, fellowship and a chance to win wonderful prizes. 10-April 28: The SMU Real Estate Society at the Cox School of Business held its spring meeting and hosted Jim Saccacio (BBA ’82) as the keynote speaker. Jim is CEO of Realtytrac, Inc., in Irvine, California. Shown here: Jim Saccacio dons his cowboy hat during his presentation. 11-April 30: The Dallas HR Association, in

partnership with the Cox School, held a breakfast and panel discussion highlighting each generation of workers present in today’s workforce: Traditionalist, Baby Boomer, Generation X and Generation Y. Pictured here is the organizing committee: Larry Hutson, vice president of HR at McKesson Corporation, Gae Goodwin, Dallas HR Association, Paula Strasser, director of the Cox School’s BLC and BLI, and Tom Perkowski, assistant dean of the Cox EMBA program. 12-April 30: Prior to the Dallas HR Association panel discussion, Kevin Knox introduced each member of the panel. Shown here: Kevin Knox, Milton Sowell, Chris Baker, Diane Lewis, Ashleigh Smalley and Kimberly Falgout. 13-May 4: Hay Group breakfast and panel

discussion on executive compensation. Shown here: Bruce Pingree, Craig Rowley, Stephen Watson (MBA ’76).

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14-May 6: Kevin Knox hosted a Cox alumni

and friends reception at The T Room at Forty Five Ten on McKinney Avenue. Pictured here: Mary Pat Higgins, Claudia Arias, Rick Calero, Raja Doddala, Connie Rheams and Mary Coffee, all members of the EMBA Class of 2008.

15-May 6: Also enjoying the festivities at

the T Room: Becky Fisher, Bryant Fisher (EMBA ’95), Allison Brubaker (MBA ’08) and Elliott Brubaker.

16-May 10: Golf for Cox Tournament for alumni and friends held its 10th annual outing at Cowboys Golf Club in Grapevine. Many players, sponsors and volunteers participated in the success of the event. Dr Pepper Snapple Group served as the Ace sponsor. To see others who joined the fun, visit www.golfforcox.com. Shown here: Volunteers Jennifer Brock and Misty Wightman (MBA ’01) in the red shirts and members of the SMU Pom Squad, Amanda Green, Amy Andrus, Taylor Jack, Chelsea Charron and Nichole Moisan. 17-May 10: Also at the tournament, the foursome representing the graduating MBA Class of 2010: Brian Jackson, Drew Garrison, Josh Weinberg and Kevin Shtofman. 18-May 12: At the Cox Faculty and Staff Awards Luncheon, Senior Lecturer Chip Besio is recognized by Dean Niemi for his outstanding classroom teaching and engagement with marketing students.

19-May 12: Each year, the Boghetich Family Distinguished Teaching Award is given to the top professor at the Cox School. The 2009-10 award was presented to Professor Kumar Venkataraman. Pictured here: Troy Boghetich, Kumar Venkataraman and Dean Niemi. 20-May 14: At the Cox School of Business Alumni Awards Luncheon, Pat Bolin (BA ’73) and Jody Grant (BBA ’60) were recognized as Distinguished Cox Alumni. Barry Vandevier (EMBA ’05) and Laura Pitlik (PMBA ’05) were recognized as Outstanding Young Alumni. Shown here: Pat Bolin receiving his award from Dean Niemi and SMU President R. Gerald Turner. 21-May 14: Pictured here: Barry Vandevier receiving his award from Dean Niemi and Dr. Turner. 22-May 14: Prior to graduation, Dean Niemi and Tom Perkowski, assistant dean of the EMBA program, gathered with the 2010 EMBA class for a celebratory reception for all classmates, family and friends. Shown here enjoying the festivities: Kate Livingston, director of SMU-in-Plano, Ellen Lee and Tom Perkowski. 23-May 15: At receptions following commencement, Dean Niemi welcomed all graduating Cox students, families and friends. Congratulations to those earning their BBA, EMBA, FTMBA, MSA, MSE, MSM and PMBA!

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24-May 15: At the reception, Holly Murdoch (PMBA ’10), assistant director of MBA admissions, receives congratulation from her family, Layne Murdoch and Doris Cook. 25-May 25: In Atlanta, Georgia, Kevin Knox

Program Coordinator Ginny Shearin, Valeria Silva, Kelly Lieu, Priscilla Sanchez, Sharla Agnew, David Zuercher, Jacquelyn Morgan, Monica Hopkins, Genny VanNess and Reggie Dias.

joined local members of the SMU Alumni Association, Brad Cheves, vice president of development and external affairs, and Steve Orsini, director of athletics, for a reception and presentation. Pictured here: Steve Orsini sharing his thoughts on the upcoming year in athletics.

29-June 4: At the GMCP graduation, students, their families and friends welcomed Jeremy Tucker (MBA ’03), brand manager of marketing with Frito Lay, as their keynote speaker. Shown here: Marci Armstrong, associate dean of graduate programs, Jeremy Tucker and Kevin Knox.

26-May 25: Also in Atlanta, Ken Wright

30-June 5: The Cox School of Business Alumni Association Board of Directors held its spring meeting and welcomed 15 new members to the board. Led by Wayne Richard (BBA ’80), chairman of the board, and Lauren McDonald (MBA ’82), vice chair, board members heard from Dean Niemi, Kevin Knox and special guest presenter, Cox Professor of Management and Organizations, Mickey Quiñones. Pictured here: Mickey Quiñones making his remarks to the board.

(BBA ’62) welcomed incoming first-year student Kirsten Hamm and congratulated her for winning the drawing for the June Jones autographed Mustang football helmet.

27-May 26: In Houston, Bill Wheless (MBA ’71) and wife Laura hosted a reception at The Bayou Club for Dean Al Niemi, members of the Cox Alumni Association, and fall 2010 incoming students and their parents. Shown here: Dean Niemi giving an update on SMU and the Cox School. 28-June 4: In Plano, the Graduate Marketing Certificate Program (GMCP) celebrated its first SMU-in-Plano graduating class. Pictured here: Senior Lecturers Chip Besio, Judy Foxman and Professor Ed Fox; John Montgomery, Randy Snyder, Graham Weedon, Jenn Black, Jenni Barber, Susan Powitzky, Keri Noel, Naoko Nomura, GMCP Director Marci Armstrong, Abhishek Desai,

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31-June 24: Eric Affeldt, CEO of ClubCorp,

along with ClubCorp teammates Andy Miller (MBA ’85) and Kathy O’Neal (MBA ’79), hosted a reception for Associate Board members at the Tower Club. Shown here: new Associate Board members Deborah Hemphill-Medina and Holly Yao.

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Basye (MBA ’82, Cox Executive Board) and Kathy O’Neal of ClubCorp. 33-June 30: Dean Niemi and Kevin Knox

hosted a reception for Cox alumni and friends at Sevy’s in Dallas. Pictured here: Christian Blackwell, Mark Meyer (BBA ’76) Larry Guevel, Bart Crowder (PMBA ’90) and Dean Niemi.

34-June 30: Also at the reception at Sevy’s,

Mark Haddad (MBA ’11), Mike Fuller (MBA ’11) and Maria Niemi.

35-July 7: Governor Rick Perry held a press

conference at the Collins Center announcing the formation of the Gulf Project, a coalition of energy and environmental experts. This coalition includes SMU, Texas A&M, UTAustin, University of Houston, Rice and Texas Tech. After the press conference, Governor Perry visited with Cox students and alumni. Shown here: Grant Johnson (MBA ’11), Rob Heiser (MBA ’11), Rick Perry, Craig Kimball (MBA ’11) and Matt Day (MBA ’10).

36-July 10: In Chicago, the SMU Alumni Association sponsored an event at Soldier Field featuring SMU Head Football Coach June Jones as their special guest. Shown here: Cox Alumni Association Board members Matt (PMBA ’00) and Cristine Struble (BBA ’96), along with future Mustangs, Matthew and William Struble and Coach June Jones.

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