The University Georgia Alumni Association recognized the 100 fastest-growing companies owned or operated by UGA alumni at the 2015 Bulldog 100 event held at the Marriott Marquis in Atlanta on Saturday, Feb. 7. Among those 100 companies, seven are operated FACS graduates.
The following FACS grads were named 2015 Bulldog 100 honorees:
Scott Edwards (’02 BSFCS in Consumer Economics) with Adaptive Medical Partners in Irving, Texas
Alva Youngner (’66 BSHE in Home Economics Education; ’73 MEd in Home Economics Education; ’75 EdS in Home Economics Education; ’77 EdD in Vocational Education) with Association Management in St. Simons Island
M. Chase Lawrence (’05 BSFCS in Housing) with CollegeTown Properties in Athens
Sarah Kathryn Smith (’98 BSFCS in Consumer Economics) with Eight at Eight Dinner Club in Atlant
Lynn M. Martin (’84 BSHE in Fashion Merchandising) with M. Jeffrey Martin, CPA, LLC in St. Simons Island
Kelly M. Dean (’89 BSHE in Fashion Merchandising) with SDA CPA Group, P.C., Atlanta
Brandon Stewart (’99 BSFCS, Consumer Economics), Towersource, Inc., Roswell
Following the Saturday evening festivities, FACS dean Linda Kirk Fox hosted a breakfast on Sunday celebrating this year’s honorees.
Congratulations to this group of FACS alumni! To view photos from the 2015 Bulldog 100 event or to nominate a business for the 2016 Bulldog 100, see http://www.alumni.uga.edu/b100. Nominations are being accepted from now until June 1, 2015.
Furthermore, nominations are being accepted for the 2015 UGA Alumni Association Forty Under Forty from now until April 10, 2015. See http://www.alumni.uga.edu/alumni/index.php/site/40under40/40_under_40 for more information.
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