Accounting alumnus and Business Advisory Council Member Emeritus James “Jamie” E. Harris ’84 was appointed to App State's Board of Trustees. Previous appointments includecomputer information systems and management alumnus James M. Barnes ’84, insurance and real estate alumnus J.Jeffries Chesson ’77, accounting alumnus Scott K. Lampe ’94 and finance and banking and risk management and insurance alumnus James K. Reaves ’93.
Marketing alumna Sara Godwin D’Ambrosio ’01 is the current president of Appalachian's Alumni Council, and several business alumni serve as council members.
Marketing and supply chain management alumna Jateria Pittman ’15 was featured in a Wall Street Journal. The story, She Left the Corporate Ladder to Become a Travel Entrepreneur, details how Pittman launched her company to help young people who face challenges of affording travel while simultaneously tackling debt.
MBA alumnus Zak Ammar ’15 is one of 25 business school graduates across the globe honored by AACSB International (AACSB) — the world's largest business education alliance — as the 2021 Class of Influential Leaders. The annual challenge recognizes notable alumni from AACSB-accredited schools whose inspiring work serves as a model for the next generation of business leaders. MBA alumnus Jesse Pipes was named an Influential Leader in 2020.
Management alumnus Frank Eaves ’16 tries to make every experience a winning experience — whether as a student-athlete, in his sales career or walking a tightrope as a competitor on “The Amazing Race,” an Emmy Award-winning television reality series.
Risk management and insurance alumna Rumbi Masamvu '13 was named a 2020 Risk All Star by Risk & Insurance.
Finance alumna Jesse Pierce was featured as a district leader in Brooklyn, New York.