Friday, March 8, 2013

Congratulations 2013 Outstanding UNCW Cameron School of Business Alumni

The 2013 Outstanding UNCW Cameron School of Business alumni will be recognized at the CSB Outstanding Alumni Speaker Breakfast on Wednesday, March 20 in Madeline Suite at 7:00 am. Recipients will participate in a panel discussion following breakfast as part of Business Week.

Robin Diehl `90 is the chief financial officer and director of the Office of Fiscal Management in the NC Department of Administration. She graduated from NCSU with a master's degree in Accounting after receiving her bachelor's degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting, from UNCW. Robin serves on the National Board of Directors for the American Diabetes Association, chairs the National Finance Committee for the American Diabetes Association and was chair of the local Board for American Diabetes Association for several years. She also served on the Utilities Board of Adjustment for the Town of Cary, NC.

Jean English `96 is currently the vice president of IBM Software Demand Marketing. She graduated with a bachelor's degree in Marketing. Jean is a member of IBM’s Global Marketing and Communication Leadership Team which includes the top 50 marketing professionals across IBM. She is also a member of the Junior League of Raleigh, where she has held multiple Junior League chair positions over the last five years, and currently serves as the Marketing Chair for the 2013 North Carolina Governor’s Inaugural Ball. In addition, Jean serves on the customer advisory board for ON24 and Alliance Tech.

Bill Mayew `97, `98M is an associate professor of accounting at the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. Bill received his Ph.D. in Business Administration (Accounting) from the University of Texas at Austin in 2006, and later, his bachelor's and master’s degrees in Accountancy from UNCW. He received the 2008 Financial Research Association Best Paper Award for his work on the information content of managerial vocal cues during earnings conference calls and also teaching excellence awards in both the daytime and weekend executive MBA programs. Bill’s research has appeared in the Journal of Finance, Journal of Accounting Research, Review of Accounting Studies and Contemporary Accounting Research.

Tickets for the breakfast and panel discussion are $5 and can be purchased online until March 17. This event is hosted by the Cameron School of Business and the CSB Alumni Chapter.

UNCW Alumni Relations/Julianna Rubino, Intern