BEO Spotlight

BEO SPOTLIGHT
BEO Spotlight is a campaign highlighting stories of BEO alumni and students. BEO Spotlight focuses on the diversity, innovation and reach of BEO. 
BEO Salutes our VeteransBEO Salutes our Veterans

BEO Salutes our Veterans. Thank you for your service! Pictured left to right are:

James Fox'19 BEO ORGS, Former Naval Special Warfare Communicataions Specialist, full-time student at Brown, former intern with Loomis, Sayles & Company in the Greater Boston area.
Davin Lewis'19 BEO BUSE, Former Nuclear Repair Coordinator and Supervisor for the US Navy, full-time student at Brown in BEO and a part-time internal consultant to Munroe Dairy, Rhode Island
John McCrillis'18 BEO BUSE, Former Special Forces 18C (Green Beret) JFK SWCS- Commadants List, now an Associate at Bank Of America Merrill Lynch in the Greater New York area. 
November 11, 2018
Alexa Fisher, BEO ORGS '18Alexa Fisher, BEO ORGS '18 Alexa Fisher BEO ORGS ‘18 is a Category Specialist at Walmart.com. She works on the movies team on all NBC Universal & Paramount products, which involves coordinating with distributors, setting pricing, and making sales projections. 
If you could Facetime anyone, who would it be? “Steve Burke, CEO of NBC, because I want his job.” ENGN1010 business idea? “Divit, an automatic bill splitter." Favorite thing you own? “This jacket."
Any advice? “Try your best but make sure you do other things. Getting all A’s isn’t necessarily going to prepare you to get along with your co-workers. Yes you’re getting a job, but you’re also preparing for life. Work on being a good person and a well-rounded person.” November 4, 2018
Miles Jefferson, BEO BUSE '19Miles Jefferson, BEO BUSE '19

Miles Jefferson, BEO BUSE '19 is from Swarthmore, PA on the Business Economics track. Favorite Joes order? “When Joe’s has wings, that’s my go to. But they never have wings anymore. They’ve been inconsistent with their wings” If you could FaceTime anyone, who would it be?" The Obama family."  Halloween costume? "I was Creed last weekend." October 30, 2018

 

Kelechukwu Udozorh, '18Kelechukwu Udozorh, '18

Kelechukwu Udozorh, BEO ORGS ’18, and his co-founder, Gwendolene Mugodi Africana Studies and Literary Arts, '18, created Toreva, a small independent press that produces engaging storybooks that are representative of a diversity of African cultures, languages and peoples. Starting with Zimbabwe, they are creating books that allow black children to see themselves reflected in the books they read. Although their books are country-specific, they believe that the themes they touch on are ones that any child around the world can relate to. It’s for that reason that Toreva work for a global audience. As engaging as Toreva books are, they are also excellent teaching tools that we are using to transform the Zimbabwean education system. To learn more about Kelechukwu and Gwendolene’s work, or to purchase a book, visit www.torevabooks.com. #beyondbeo #business@brown #brownuniversity Octobert 23, 2018