Success Stories

 

cody litwiller '11
marketing, economics minor 
Coordinator of Social Media and Online Communications, Ten Thousand Villages
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Jonathan Moyer '02
Business administration
international business concentration
2011 Outstanding Young Alumnus
Work forecasting the character of interactions between nations took Jonathan Moyer to Asia, Europe and Africa before he was 30. more>>>

 
 

Christine (Sommer '96) Papenhause
Business administration
Christine's family had been in business in central Illinois for nearly 90 years. It never occurred to me that I would start my own, she says. An interest eventually evolved into a portrait photography business which opened in May 2010. more >>>

 

Doug Kisseberth '84
Accounting/business administration
Finding suitable space at a reasonable cost was the biggest obstacle facing Doug when opening Drive Time Driving Instruction. He found that and more through the Bluffton Center for Entrepreneurs.  more >>>

 

Allen Slabaugh '09
Business administration/sport management
As leader of the 2011 Fuller Center Bicycle Adventure, Allen has worked with marketing and other business-related aspects of the event. more >>>

  Michelle (Butcher '93) Meszaros-Stuttgen
Business administration/social work
"I've always been fascinated with how you do the right thing in business." She recalls doing case studies at Bluffton about putting "the people side" into business. more >>>
 
  Mike Leimeister
Business and sport management double major

 "My experience at Bluffton really changed my path in life. It gave me direction," says Leimeister. read more...
 
 

Lindsey (Gladfelter) McGinnis BCOMP '05, '06
Organizational management and accounting
The work has paid off for the Lima, Ohio, resident, a financial adviser and, just past her 30th birthday, a vice president at Chase Investment Services Corp.
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  Nate Fields '71
Economics major

Nate says his time as a senior policy analyst in the White House had the most impact on him. "I was in a position to initiate, advocate and influence change within the government, broader society and the private sector."   read more...

 
 
 

Tami Chapek '00
Fine arts/business administration double major
Working closely with art professor Jaye Bumbaugh, Tami helped start the first few courses of the graphic design minor, which have been offered since 2000. She is now an account director in the GSW Worldwide, a healthcare advertising agency.   more...