New Fuqua alumni board members

Welcome to Fuqua's Newest Alumni Board Members

This fall, Fuqua has the honor of welcoming many incredible new members to the Alumni Council, Minority Alumni Advisory Board, and Health Care Alumni Advisory Board. Along with the best professional advice they've ever received, each incoming member is listed below!

Matthew BosrockMatthew Bosrock, Global Executive MBA '02

CEO, CFO, and Owner, Progressive Construction Solutions
CEO and Investor, Cloudvisor Wealth Inc.

"You only need to ask one question as a measure of your performance/value: 'Would you have me back on your team?' (first half of career) and 'Would you want to be part of a team that I am leading again?' (second half of career)."

 

Russell BrownRussell Brown, Weekend Executive MBA '12

Senior Vice President of Acquisitions
National Storage Affiliates

"Manage up (anticipate what your boss needs and proactively provide it)."

 

KC CopelandKC Copeland, Daytime MBA '06

Vice President, Digital Platforms
Morgan Stanley & Co., Inc.

 

 

Chidi ErikeChidi Erike, Daytime MBA '12

Client Partner
Facebook, Inc.

"Always seek feedback."

 

Ashley FriedmanAshley Friedman, Daytime MBA '16

Director of Operations
Populus Technologies, Inc.

"Surrounding yourself with the right people can make even the most stressful times manageable. I try to hire and work with people that are going to be supportive and similarly ambitious because I know I can rely on them even when things get difficult."

 

Lauren GageLauren Gage, Daytime MBA '19

Associate
McKinsey & Company

"Ask for forgiveness, not for permission."

 

Hugh LaveryHugh Lavery MHA '88

Senior Vice President, Government and External Affairs
Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health

"Think big, but follow through with the details."

 

Betsy McCawBetsy McCaw, Daytime MBA '05

Executive Vice President, People + Organizational Capabilities
The Heritage Group

"Always get to know your audience."

 

Alvenia ScarboroughAlvenia Scarborough, Daytime MBA '00

Senior Vice President, Corporate Communications and Chief Brand Officer
The Chemours Company

“You can’t do it all yourself. Give your team the love and support they need—when your team succeeds, you succeed.”

 

Suzanne SharerSuzanne Scharer, Daytime MBA '13

Customer Success Principal
Qualtrics

"Ask less, listen more."

 

View the full Alumni Council membership roster here.

Cameron CleetonCameron Cleeton, Cross Continent MBA '08

Chief Development Officer
Radiology Partners

"It's not work/life balance. It's all life."

 

Julie FargnoliJulie Fargnoli, Global Executive MBA '17

National Senior Director, Field Reimbursement
Eli Lilly & Company

"Embrace change."

 

Jeff LawrenceJeff Lawrence, Global Executive MBA '05

Healthcare Consultant
Self-Employed

"Don’t view chaos as a negative. With chaos comes opportunity."

 

Stephen MoralesStephen Morales, Daytime MBA '03

Senior Vice President
Marwood Group

"Listen more than you talk” and “Whatever you do, you should endeavor to stay consistent.”

 

Chantel PizarroChantel Pizarro, Daytime MBA '14

Market Administrator, Ambulatory Care and Access Operations
Tenet Healthcare Corporation, Detroit Medical Center

"Be patient with others who may not see and learn the same way you do."

 

Jay ShahJay Shah, Daytime MBA '01

Managing Director, New Markets & Growth
ChenMed

"Earn their trust" and "Have a path, but be flexible.”

 

View the full Health Care Alumni Advisory Board membership roster here.

Damon ButlerDamon Butler, Daytime MBA '04

Senior Manager
Ernst and Young Global Ltd.

"Network."

 

Christopher CastroChristopher Castro, Daytime MBA '17

Redwoods Leadership Development Program Resident
DaVita, Inc.

"Challenge cynicism."

 

Frank ChavezFrank Chavez, Cross Continent MBA '14

Director, Digital Health Product Strategy and Innovation
Amgen, Inc.

"Trust your gut, and be humbly confident."

 

Natasha CollinsNatasha Collins, Daytime MBA '96

Senior Vice President, Market Planning and Operations - Global Business Solutions
Fiserv, Inc.

"Have an opinion and state it. Let others know you are engaged in a meeting by making comments, even if it is just to say that you agree with someone else. Be confident and back up your opinion with facts. Another piece of advice that I’ve found to be true is to 'Do what you love and the money will follow.' If you enjoy your work, you pursue it with passion and that will always be recognized."

 

Michael McColloughMicheal McCollough, Global Executive MBA '02

Global Vice President, Channels and Alliances
Akamai Technologies

"Don’t be apologetic when you are trying to drive change and you fail—just learn from your mistakes fast."

 

View the full Minority Alumni Advisory Board membership roster here.