Freeman 50 hosts reception honoring Class of 2011

April 27, 2011

On April 25, the Freeman 50, the business school’s young MBA alumni advisory board, hosted a champagne reception in Goldring/Woldenberg Hall II in honor of the MBA class of 2011.

The Freeman 50 was founded in 2009 to help improve the Freeman School’s national stature and rankings by partnering with the school’s career management, development and alumni relations areas on various initiatives. At the reception, Freeman 50 members Wade Tornyos (MBA ’07) and Amy Brumfield (MBA ’10) discussed the history of the group and outlined its goals, which include keeping alumni involved with the university, encouraging alumni to support the school financially, providing mentorship for students and helping to connect graduates with employment opportunities.

The Class of 2011
The MBA Class of 2011 was honored with a Champagne reception on April 25 hosted by the Freeman 50, the business school's young alumni advisory board.

Each year, the board selects five graduating MBA students to become new members of the group. This year’s inductees were Yves Bouillet, Ian Jones, John Rotonti, Jennifer Urrego and Chris Williams. Williams was also elected president of the group for 2011-2012.

To see photos from the reception, visit the Freeman School’s Flickr page.