As far as most Robinson College of Business students are concerned, Michael Ivie is living the dream — living and working in New York City, enjoying the fast-paced business environment of the world’s financial capital.
By his own admission, though, Ivie wasn’t even dreaming the dream when he started pursuing his MBA at Georgia… more »
When families decide that private home care is the answer for an elderly relative, they typically brace themselves for a visit to a hospital or faceless office park. So visitors to CaraVita Home Care are surprised to find themselves turning down Mimosa Boulevard in Roswell’s historic district and parking at just a few doors down… more »
New York may be “the city that never sleeps,” but at 6 a.m. on a Monday, it’s not exactly wide awake yet, either. Other than public-works trucks and police cars, the streets are mostly empty. Lights are on in a few restaurants and coffee shops, but none are serving more than a handful of sleepy-eyed… more »
The hottest fashion accessory on Georgia State’s campus these days isn’t a certain type of shoe or a bag by a certain designer. It’s a simple Panther-blue T-shirt with the words “I [LOVE]GSU SAA,” the word “love” being replaced, naturally, by a paw print.
If you’ve waited until the waning weeks of 2014 to do the brunt of your charitable giving for the year, you may feel like a procrastinator — but you’re hardly alone, says financial advisor Tony Bueschen, CFP, CLU, CTFA.
“It seems to be the norm. There is a lot of year-end giving,” says Bueschen, co-owner… more »
Located just a couple blocks from Victoria Harbour, Hotel ICON is one of the top places to stay in Hong Kong. It’s won numerous awards both for its luxury accommodations and its restaurants, and its lobby features one of the largest vertical gardens in the world.
Every 35 seconds (on average), a plane takes off from or lands at Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport — and quite a few of them pass over the suburb of Forest Park as they do so. The whine of jet engines provides steady background noise as Georgia State alumnus Frank Brandon goes about his daily work.
Ask Doug Rieder about Sterling Risk Advisors, the surety and insurance brokerage firm where he’s worked for more than a decade, and he’ll tell you plenty: about how the company has grown over the years, the unique aspects of their business model, whom they’ve hired and how those people have excelled.
Kay Chester has heli-skied in Canada, raised horses, flown a jet and helped manage a family-owned empire of Harley-Davidson dealerships that stretches from Fort Lauderdale to the Grand Tetons. Yet there’s a part of her that’s always been wistful for a chapter in her life that she never got to fully pursue: teaching.
It’s easy — and rewarding — to invest in Georgia State’s future through a private gift. You can quickly make an online gift here and now. If you prefer, Georgia State development representatives are ready to help you create a named endowment or leave a legacy gift that reflects your personal interests. They can assist, as well, with corporate and matching gifts.