Three graduates of the College of Family and Consumer Sciences are included in this year's "40 Under 40" program, which recognizes UGA alumni who have made impacts in their business, community, educational or philanthropic endeavors; demonstrated a lifelong relationship with the University of Georgia; and have aspired to uphold the principles of the Pillars of the Arch—wisdom, justice and moderation.

Camille Hinton Kesler, who earned her BSFCS in 1994 in consumer economics, has a long history as a volunteer for charitable organizations. In June, she assumed the presidency of the Junior League of Atlanta, whose 4,000 members make it the third-largest Junior League chapter in the world. She also is the vice president for administration of the Atlanta Symphony Association's board of directors, the board secretary of the Atlanta Children's Shelter, and a board member of the Atlanta Speech School Guild.A communications consultant, Kesler lives in Atlanta with her husband, Paul, and their three daughters.