|FRANKLIN P. PERDUE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS|
|CONNECTING YOU TO THE FRANKLIN P. PERDUE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS||APRIL 2013|
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From the Dean's Office
The Career Advisory Board (CAB) is another integral group of external constituents that the Perdue School uses to link the campus to career process. Organized in 2011, this group of young professionals from private industry and not-for-profit organizations provide students with unique mentoring, networking and professional development opportunities. A sample of their endeavors includes the Community Leadership Panel, the Women in Leadership Panel and a formalized mentoring program open to all Salisbury University students, which links students with professional mentors.
The chair of the CAB is Jayme Weeg. Jayme is the president of Junior Achievement of the Eastern Shore and has been one of the driving forces underlying the group’s success. There are three standing committees. Brad Gillis, a senior advisor for Sperry Van Ness/Miller Commercial Real Estate, chairs the CAB Networking Committee. The Mentoring Committee is chaired by Sarah Bunch, the assistant director at the Perdue School’s Business, Economic and Community Outreach Network (BEACON), while Jennifer Layton and Sean Fahey chair the Professional Development Committee. Jennifer is the “Jen”eral manager at Layton’s Chance Vineyard and Winery in Vienna, MD; Sean is vice president of operations at Peninsula Roofing in Salisbury.
Other members of the CAB founding class include Billy Biggs, director – public sectors for GP Strategies Corp, a global performance improvement firm; Rafo Correa, the chief financial officer of Blue Water Development Corporation in Berlin, MD; Wesley Cox, an advisor for Sperry Van Ness/Miller Commercial Real Estate in Salisbury; Colin Exelby, the president and founder of Celestial Wealth Management in Towson, MD; Dave Frei, a digital specialist for Capital One in the Corporate Audit Department in Richmond, VA; Roy Geiser, an accounting and auditing manager at TGM Group, LLC in Salisbury; Kim Gillis, a senior associate with Becker Morgan Group, who provide comprehensive design services, including architecture, civil engineering, surveying, interior design and landscape design; Teri Overington, a senior associate at CBIZ MHM, LLC in Easton, MD; Brendan Sweeny, the director of operations at Handy International, Inc. in Salisbury; Amber Webster, a senior consultant at Risk and Regulatory Consulting, LLC in Baltimore; and Lisa Woodward, a brand manager - frozen consumer advocate at Perdue Farms.
Recent additions to the board include Greg Armstrong, a financial planner at Planning Solutions Group in Fulton, MD; Tom Ayd, manager of Green Street Housing, a firm concerned with affordable multifamily housing in the Mid-Atlantic region; Susan Bean, an Internal Revenue Service agent; Annie Driscoll, the manager of the Bag and Pack line for the Accessories Division of Under Armour in Baltimore; Jim Hartstein, a certified insurance counselor at The Insurance Market in Salisbury; Darren Jackson, the mid-Atlantic regional manager for the Bank of America Practice Solutions Medical Division; Maryna Marshall, a tax manager at Ernst and Young In Baltimore; John Muto, an assurance manager at McGladrey and Pullen in Baltimore; and Sean Oswald, CEO at Legato, LLC, a dynamic small business providing comprehensive IT engineering services to the intelligence community.
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