Development and Alumni Affairs
The current membership is comprised of 10 Warrington Alumni who have graduated since 1999. The industries reflected in the membership include finance, consumer goods, real estate, investment banking and management consulting. Members live throughout the U.S. so, whatever career, industry or geographical location you are considering, someone is able to help.
- Dan Adan (Class of 2004) Hedge Funds; Perry Capital - Goldman Sachs, New York
- Pat Dunnigan (Class of 2006) Investment Banking; Raymond James, Tampa
- John Hettinger (Class of 2006) Investment Banking; Perella Weinberg Partners, New York
- Greg Kennedy (Class of 1999) Hedge Funds; RedRock Capital - Goldman Sachs, Denver
- Craig Klein (Class of 1999) Hedge Funds; RedRock Capital - Bear Stearns, Denver
- Jeremy Martin (Class of 2006)Management Consulting; Bain & Co., Atlanta
- Anu Mathur (Class of 2008) Finance; Neuberger Berman, New York
- Craig Palmer (Class of 2006) Medical/Health; Johnson & Johnson, Jacksonville
- Bryson Ridgway (Class of 2005) Real Estate; Stiles Development, Fort Lauderdale
Purpose is to facilitate the Council's communication, both internally and externally. The committee will help increase the Council's visibility on campus and amongst alumni, as well as guide the Council's interaction with the College and its staff. It will aide the committees in communicating their progress amongst each other and throughout the Council.
Purpose is to oversee and guide the overall development of the Council. Will work in conjunction with the other committees to establish and achieve attainable goals. Near term initiatives will include recruitment of new members, creation of additional committees and design of additional programs.
Purpose is to organize the Council's efforts in reaching out to prospective employers who have not traditionally recruited on campus. Will involve designing a marketing campaign to aide in the promotion of the College and its students.
Joining The Council
What does it mean to become a member of the WYAC?
- Share in a strong desire to promote the Warrington College of Business and expose its students to a broad array of careers in leading industries.
- Be willing to engage in the development of the WYAC through participation on one of its committees.
- Participate in one of the several on-campus presentations held to educate and expose students to the opportunities and issues they may face in the business world.
Learn more about the Warrington Young Alumni Council.Email (wyacinfo at warrington.ufl.edu)