Clark Atlanta University School of Business alumni are doing amazing things all over the world. Featured below are alumni that exemplify SBANA values and are excelling in their career and making an impact in their community.
The SBANA Connect Newsletter Alumni Spotlight
Te’Myrick Mosley, an Atlanta native by way of Dunwoody, GA is a proud MBA candidate of The Clark Atlanta University where he currently holds the position of GSBC president. Graduating from Dunwoody High School Temyrick held a GPA of 3.6 and earned all- county accolades in two sports (football and track). Mr. Mosley would accept a full athletic scholarship to the Citadel. During his undergraduate studies Temyrick would finish the four year program in three years with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration where he had a 3.3 GPA while being a varsity football player and a member of Student Athletic Council. He then moved to Hyattsville, Maryland where he continued his path of success moving up the reigns within a government consulting firm, Dantli Corp, and became second in command as the CEO Assistant. Temyrick would then begin his MBA at Clark Atlanta University where he currently holds a 3.6 GPA and has accepted an offer from Geico Business Leadership Development Internship.
Major: Business Administration
Concentration: Business Management
Tiffany Nicole Webb, MBA is Founder, Owner, and Visionary behind Unique Occasions by TNicole, Inc. She Graduated with her BA in Business Administration from Clark Atlanta University and received an MBA from Argosy University in Atlanta, GA.
She is professionally known as an Event Planner Consultant, but she really considers herself to be a leader who believes in service. She prides herself on providing assistance and services that help people create and experience memorable events that last a lifetime.
Learn more about Tiffany and her company, Unique Occasions by TNicole, Inc. here.
Major: Business Administration
Concentration: Business Management & Supply Chain Management
Recent B-School graduate, Justice Miranda is Co-Founder of OurErrands.
OurErrands’ mission is to make your everyday life easier. They are an on-demand platform designed to provide an affordable and accessible marketplace for personal assistants and clients.
CREATE YOUR LIFE AND LIVE YOUR DREAMS!
Kevin believes that CAU changed the course of his life. After 4 years of studying in the Fashion Department, he picked up a second major in the School of Business. What he learned there has made him the successful entrepreneur he is today.
Award winning entrepreneur, international speaker and author, Kevin Y. Brown brings his audience members high energy, authentic presentations that provide tangible takeaways to engage them in creating the results and life that they desire.
Born to a young drug addicted mother, Kevin entered the California Foster Care system at the age of one where he remained until emancipating at the age of 18. Despite his early encounters with adversity, he excelled academically and graduated from college debt-free, and with honors in both Fashion Design and Business Supply Chain Management.
Formerly a host for MTV Networks and a marketer in New York City’s high-paced fashion industry, today Kevin is the CEO of cutting edge empowerment company Legacy Thinking Labs and founder of DEBT- FREE College Academy, which was inspired by his book “10 Ways Anyone Can Graduate From College DEBT-FREE.”
Kevin has spoken on 3 different continents so far and has created an international following with hundreds of video testimonials from clients and audience members on his YouTube channel. Kevin’s current projects include a weekly radio show & podcast entitled the Create Your Life Series, which is broadcasted weekly on 90.3 FM in New York City. Through interviewing entrepreneurs and industry trailblazers, the Create Your Life Series provides strategic insights into mobilizing your resources, maximizing your potential and self-authoring your destiny.
Kevin has been highlighted in various media outlets including Ebony Magazine, Foster Focus Magazine and the historic Amsterdam News. Most recently, he was the opening keynote speaker at the International Foster Care Organizations Conference in Sydney, Australia.
Kevin lives in New York City, is an active member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. and loves to salsa dance.
“Tell Them We Are Rising”
In honor of Black History Month we are recognizing the namesake of Wright Hall. Major Richard R. Wright Sr., founder of National Freedom Day (Feb 1) and valedictorian of the first graduating class of Atlanta University.
“When retired Union General Oliver Otis Howard visited Atlanta University in 1868 and asked the students what message he should take to the North, Wright replied, “Sir, tell them we are rising.” ”