Alumni Spotlight

You will find our UM alumni working in every field imaginable. Please take a few minutes to read these interesting stories about your fellow 'Canes!

Walter Franco, MBA '13

Walter Franco, MBA '13

Emerging Markets Finance Specialist,
Gottbetter Capital Markets LLC - New York
Hometown: Arequipa, Peru
 

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Why did you choose UM?

I chose UM because Miami is consider the best city in Latin America (one of the fastest growing regions in the world) for business, the exposure that you get from all of this countries/cultures is valuable. I met some of the most reputable executives and politicians of the region thanks to that strong networking at UM.

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How did your education at UM help prepare you for what you are doing today?

After my Executive MBA program I moved to New York in search for a finance position, I work in the Mergers & Acquisitions Group of a boutique investment bank with a strong focus in Latin America (Mexico, Panama, Colombia, Peru and Chile). I won the Best Global Entrepreneurship Project of my class and that also leveraged me to fund my business in Perú (Convenience Stores). This program helped me improved my leadership and analytics skills.

What advice do you have for UM alumni and students interested in pursuing your profession or industry?

My strongest advice to everyone is work smarter not harder, become a learning machine. Ask as much as you can. Make sure your time is focused on your top priorities.

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Joel N. Burstein, Jr., BBA '01

Joel N. Burstein, Jr., BBA '01

Miami Branch Manager, Vice President,
Investments, Raymond James Financial
Major: Finance
Hometown: Washington, D.C.

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Why did you choose UM?

I came from a small high school and liked the smaller class sizes at UM. I didn’t want to be at a large university where I would get lost in the crowd. But to be honest, it was mainly the weather!

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How did your education at UM help prepare you for what you are doing today?

My degree was in Finance with a minor in Psychology. Today, I’m the manager in a brokerage firm which utilizes both degrees. My position requires that I understand people and their point of view, be it the Financial Advisors, their assistants, or their clients. To manage an office of over 100 employees, psychology is incredibly useful to keep the office dynamics flowing profitably. Needless to say, my degree in Finance provided me with an immeasurable amount of knowledge to use as the foundation of my career in the financial industry.

I started at Raymond James as an intern in 1999, after my sophomore year. I have worked my way up over 14 years and am currently the Miami Branch Manager for Raymond James. The Miami branch manages $4.7 billion and generates $30 million+ in annual revenue. Miami is the 4th largest office at Raymond James with over 100 employees in Miami-Dade County. I was recently selected to be in Legacy Magazine’s 40 Under 40 Leaders of Today and Tomorrow.

What I love about my job is the fact that it changes every day. The stock market and economy is a moving target and the challenge to hit that moving target never goes away. The economy, when I went to college in 1997, was robust and growing at a rapid pace as dot coms started every day. By the time I graduated in 2001, the dot com boom was over and jobs were scarce. Today the world is different once again. The ever changing environment keeps the job from getting monotonous.

What advice do you have for UM alumni and students interested in pursuing your profession or industry?

Two pieces of advice. 1. Be willing to do what others won’t. 2. Keep it simple. Don’t over analyze the task at hand.

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Meryl Starr B.S.ED. '82

Meryl Starr B.S.ED. '82

Owner, Let’s Get Organized
Radio Talk Show Host, Personal Organizer, Author
Hometown: New York City

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Why did you choose UM?

My parents were a major influence on my choice to attend UM, primarily because I had family down in Florida. I thought this would be a unique experience, since I was used to life in the fast paced NYC. The warm, sunny, beach weather in Florida was also a plus, since I love sports and being outdoors.

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How did your education at UM help prepare you for what you are doing today?

My education at UM helped develop my leadership skills I have today as an independent business woman. The most influential experience at UM was when I spent 2 years as a Resident Assistant in Mahoney/Pearson Hall. I will always be grateful for this opportunity, since it helped me mature and grow into a responsible adult. I learned essential skills for success in life as well as my career such as, how to take charge, event plan, and work as a team player.

What advice do you have for UM alumni and students interested in pursuing your profession or industry?

My advice to any student in any profession or industry is if you have a dream and a passion in life, go for it. Always ride the wave and never give up hope. It is most important to obtain a career that you absolutely love. When you love what you do, you will never feel you are truly working.

If you have many passions in life you are not limited to one job title. Try incorporating multiple career titles in your profession. For example, I am a life organizer/coach, author, and radio talk show host. Each of these career titles all collaborate together to help me achieve my ultimate goal, which is helping people live a healthier and stress free lifestyle.

I found my niche in organizing because my passion is helping people clear clutter in all aspects of their lives. If you share similar passions then this might be the field for you. I wouldn’t trade my experience at UM for anything it was enriching, exciting, and a wonderful learning experience. UM helped shape me into the person I am today.

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Neil Robert Gelb, Esq., JD '89

Neil Robert Gelb, JD '89

Law Offices of Neil R. Gelb
President
Hometown: Philadelphia, PA

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How did your education at UM help prepare you for what you are doing today?

I was influenced to attend UM by my friendship with boxing promoter Chris Dundee and boxing trainer Angelo Dundee who owned the legendary 5th Street Gym in Miami Beach. The late Alvin Goodman, Esq. a well-known Miami attorney, magician and boxing aficionado gave me a personal tour of the University and within one hour said, "where do I sign." The eclectic and diverse cultures of the student body/faculty & Miami community prepared me well for dealing with a diverse cultures and individuals with my law practice.

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What advice do you have for UM alumni and students interested in pursuing your profession or industry?

As a personal injury attorney in Philadelphia, I now fight for the people not the powerful. Stay true to yourself as you never know whom you may meet that will have a profound impact on your life.

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Molly R. Leis, A.B. '99

Molly R. Leis, A.B. '99

Principal and Founder
MRL Communications, A Strategic Marketing Consultancy
Major: French and English
Hometown: Philadelphia, PA

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How did your education at UM help prepare you for what you are doing today?

My four years at UM impacted my life by providing the foundation for my own international profile. I reaped the benefits of being part of a multicultural, international city and learned the beauty of surrounding myself with people from diverse backgrounds, interests and languages. In my Junior year at UM, I studied abroad in Paris, a pivotal experience in my life which confirmed my desire to work in the fashion industry.

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I have always had an entrepreneurial spirit. After spending more than a decade in strategic marketing positions with Saks Fifth Avenue, Estee Lauder Companies, Conde Nast and LVMH, I am realizing my dreams of having my own business. MRL Communications is a marketing and event consultancy with an international roster of clients. We offer innovative ways to help refresh brand positioning, leverage brand assets and identify creative growth opportunities. I love what I do because I work in a creative, demanding and fast-paced industry. We are always challenged and inspired. Every day is different and entertaining.

What advice do you have for UM alumni and students interested in pursuing your profession or industry?

You should always seek and maintain mentors throughout your career. Find someone who is in the position you aspire to have and nurture that relationship. Throughout your career be sure to ask a lot of questions and don't settle for being unhappy in your position, always strive to better yourself and your career. To quote Winston Churchill, "We are the masters of our own fate."

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Betsy P. Earle, MBA '09

Betsy P. Earle, MBA '09

Creative Director
Event Driven Solutions
Major: MBA, Concentration in Marketing and Management Science
Hometown: Newtown, CT

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Why did you choose UM?

I was looking for a school where I could pursue my MBA and utilize my Spanish degree from my undergraduate studies at the University of Rhode Island.

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How did your education at UM help prepare you for what you are doing today?

At UM, I not only learned in the classroom, but I also learned how to better network, how to work with others, and how to be a professional.

I am a Certified Trade Show Marketer, and own my own business managing and marketing corporate events and trade show exhibits. I love my industry, as I love to watch an event transition from an idea on paper to a real life experience.

What advice do you have for UM alumni and students interested in pursuing your profession or industry?

Learn everything you can, and keep up-to-date on what's what in the industry. Get involved, get to know people, and build relationships.

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Neil Riddell, BBA '93

Neil Riddell, BBA '93

VP, Executive Director, Product Innovation
Crispin Porter + Bogusky
Major: International Finance & Marketing
Hometown: Cleveland, OH

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Why did you choose UM?

I chose the University of Miami because of my interest in pursuing international business coming out of high school. At the time, UM was one of two schools in the country who offered a dual MBA degree – their Masters in International Business Studies (MIBS) program. Being a high school quarterback from Pennsylvania, I also badly wanted to follow in the footsteps of Jim Kelly and other great QB's and play football for the Hurricanes.

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How did your education at UM help prepare you for what you are doing today?

UM gave me a solid foundation from which to build on. The finance/marketing curriculum was both diverse and challenging. While most of my time currently is focused on creative/design work, my business background comes into play when we collaborate with venture capitalists on various product endeavors. The city of Miami and the student population of UM were a melting pot of personalities and cultural backgrounds that helped broaden my point of view on both business and life in general. That experience plays a big role when assessing culture and evaluating people's needs and behavior around products and categories. I've been associated with various awards throughout my time at Crispin Porter + Bogusky. The agency is one of the most-awarded agencies in the world, having been named “Interactive Agency of the Year” three times at the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival, "Agency of the Decade" by Advertising Age and “Agency of the Year” 13 times in the trade press. They also have the unprecedented distinction of being the only agency to have won the Grand Prix at Cannes in every major category. My passion is creating products that matter and hopefully make a difference to society. I love that every day when I come to work I'm surrounded by tons of insanely smart, passionate, like-minded people that are all working toward the same goal. I work on a broad range of products in various categories from transportation to running shoes to various things in the sustainability space. This keeps me stimulated and interested on a daily basis.

What advice do you have for UM alumni and students interested in pursuing your profession or industry?

My advice would be to learn all you can – be a sponge. Read and explore endlessly. The more things you have to draw from – both life experiences and cultural knowledge – the better your creative work will be. If you're aspiring to do creative work, study the masters in all mediums – sculpture, architecture, graphic design, painting, photography, film – look at how they use creativity to solve problems, understand their philosophy, their methodologies and approach to their work. Learn from their discipline and dedication. Most importantly, follow your heart and what interests you the most. If you do this, work won't be work, it will be fun and your career will be long and fulfilling.

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Rick De La Guardia, BSAE '96

Rick De La Guardia, BSAE '96

President
DLG Engineering, Inc.
Major: Architectural Engineering
Hometown: South Miami, FL

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Why did you choose UM?

UM was the only school I applied to. My father worked for the facilities department at the University of Miami in the 70’s and into the 80’s to ensure that I and my siblings got a quality education. He was able to secure tuition remission for us whereas we would normally not have been able to afford it.

My education at UM provided me with a solid foundation in engineering. My professors were instrumental in shaping my future as an engineer with practical and beneficial course material. My class in Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) was directly responsible for my quick rise in my first job when I transitioned the company’s previously hand drafted technical drawings into CADD to make them more efficient and productive.

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What's your passion? What do you love about your work and your field?

I have close to twenty years of experience in structural consulting on the design, analysis and installation of exterior building envelope products and have served as consultant to the largest retail developers in the country. Three years ago I founded DLG Engineering, Inc. (DLGE), a structural consulting firm specializing in Hazard Mitigation design of the building envelope. In a very short period of time DLGE has managed to make a name for itself in our very specialized field. In 2011 DLGE was nominated by members of the Latin Builders Association (LBA) to be considered for the LBA’s Architectural/Engineering Firm of the year and just recently DLGE was selected as one of South Florida’s Top 100 Minority Businesses of 2012 by the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce. DLGE has done its part to promote and support the University of Miami by hiring 3 UM alumni since its inception and by sponsoring and supporting College of Engineering events and student organizations. I am currently serving as president of the UM College of Engineering Alumni Association (UM CoEAA). I have published and contributed to numerous industry related articles and have participated in a radio show to help engineers advance in their careers and conducted several presentation on how to transition from engineering to entrepreneurship.

My passion is raising awareness of our profession. Helping students both in high school and university understand that engineering can be and is a great and noble profession. Helping alumni through my work in the engineering alumni association reach their full potential as engineers and entrepreneurs. Helping our engineering alumni association become a relevant and meaningful supporter of the UM College of Engineering and the University of Miami. On an industry level, my passion is trying to help improve the level of readiness of our nations’ infrastructure to be able to better withstand the next disaster.

What advice do you have for UM alumni and students interested in pursuing your profession or industry?

I would advise students and alumni who are interested in a career in engineering to not limit themselves and to have a plan for success. To strive to excel and keep an open mind on career goals and consider entrepreneurship. Find a mentor who will train you in being a good leader and prepare you for future endeavors. Learn the art of marketing and self-promotion. Give of your time to your alumni and professional associations. Network, network, network!!

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Vance Aloupis, BBA, '05, JD '08

Vance Aloupis, BBA, '05, JD '08

Statewide Director
The Children's Movement of Florida
Major: Political Science
Hometown: Aventura, Florida

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How did your education at UM help prepare you for what you are doing today?

While at first glance the University of Miami may appear to be all about palm trees and sunshine, there’s a strong fabric of service and commitment to the community deep within UM’s student body. The experiences – more so outside of the classroom – placed me on a path toward a personal understanding of service and a deep love for South Florida.

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What do you enjoy about your work/field?

Our work is about giving children a voice – a meaningful voice. A voice that says it’s unacceptable that half a million children in Florida are without health insurance and more than 60 percent of high school sophomores in public school cannot read at grade level. Our work is about building a long-term, enduring and sustainable movement for all children. My role in all of this is to coordinate our regional presence in 17 Florida communities -- identifying community leaders, building coalitions and raising awareness through grassroots organizing. And in just the past 20 months, we've built a support base of more than 300,000 followers from Pensacola to Key West.

What advice do you have for UM alumni and students interested in pursuing your profession or industry?

Have a plan…but write it in pencil. Be open and willing to allow life to throw you curveballs – and then hit 'em out of the park. I had never planned to attend UM, and, in fact, was initially opposed to the idea. However, the serendipitous nature of life and an ability to be open to "unforeseen" opportunities have made all the difference. My wife, my daughter, living in this incredible city -- none of it would be had I not been willing to write my plans in pencil...and, more importantly, gone to the University of Miami.

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Nelson Charles Dellis, BS '06, MS '10

Nelson Charles Dellis, BS '06, MS '10

Self employed
Memory Consultant
Major: Physics; Masters in Computer Science
Hometown: Miami, FL

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Why did you choose UM?

Honestly, it came down to a few things. For one, scholarship money. I was given a pretty substantial scholarship. Secondly, I grew up around Miami and felt very comfortable here. I was always a huge fan of the UM campus. For Grad School, I decided to stay here because I really like the research that was being done in the Computer Science Dept.

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How did your education at UM help prepare you for what you are doing today?

When I studied Physics, I learned how to earn A's. I would work very, very hard, make good use of the professors by visiting them after class hours, and memorize the difficult proofs. I think that discipline (which in turn, showed results in terms of near-perfect grades) helped me accomplish everything I've done up until now from climbing mountains to winning memory championships.

What do you enjoy about your work/field?

I am one of the leading memory experts in the world. I have won the 2012 and 2011 USA Memory Championship and hold numerous memory records. I also climb mountains around the world to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer's disease research. I love what I do because I am helping people. Everyone has memory problems, and I teach people how to minimize those problems. I train people's memory one-on-one, and conduct memory seminars for corporations.

What advice do you have for UM alumni and students interested in pursuing your profession or industry?

All it takes is practice and some focus. It's simple; you want to get good at something? Work hard at it. Start slow, but be consistent and work on it every day. No one becomes successful overnight, it takes practice.

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Ed Bell, III, BFA '79

Ed Bell, III, BFA '79

Radio Producer/Host of South Florida Arts Beat, 91.3 FM
WLRN Radio, NPR for Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, the Palm Beaches & the FL Keys
Major: Mass Communications
Home state: Maryland

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Why did you choose UM?

I originally chose the University of Miami to get out of the cold of the mid-Atlantic, but, later found that the Mass Communications Department was where it was really happening for me.

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How did your education at UM help prepare you for what you are doing today?

My college education was the perfect preparation for a career in Radio Broadcasting. In fact it presented me with my first, professional radio job on WBUS Radio/Miami Beach. Today I host WLRN Radio's award-winning public service, cultural arts interview and performance program - South Florida Arts Beat. I expose South Floridians to our rich cultural and artistic diversity and features live, in-studio performances of diverse musical styles each month. South Florida Arts Beat presents nearly 200 arts concerns every year. Each show is capped off with an arts calendar from one of the four counties within WLRN’s broadcast area (Palm Beach County south to Monroe County).

As a producer, I was honored with a Visionary Award from The Miami Beach Arts Trust (2009) and an Arts Hero Award from The Arts and Business Council (2010). What I love about my current job is that it educates me about the incredible diversity of arts flourishing here in South Florida. At times the work is quite exciting.

What advice do you have for UM alumni and students interested in pursuing your profession or industry?

Focus on what you actually want to pursue and work hard to attain it. Dedicate yourself to your chosen career and it will take you far. Tune in 91.3, WLRN, Fridays at 1 p.m. EST for a unique radio presentation featuring interviews, special features and music from South Florida’s movers and shakers in the arts on WLRN’s South Florida Arts Beat!

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Marisabel Bazan, BSC '97

Marisabel Bazan, BSC '97

Designer for LeSportsac
Artist in Residence Fall 2011 Collection
Major: Advertising, Theater Performance
Hometown: Panama Republic of Panama

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How did your education at UM help prepare you for what you are doing today?

UM helped me visualize my life in another level, it helped spread my wings and go for my dreams.

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What do you love about your work and your field?

I am a singer songwriter artist. Currently, LeSportsac signed me as their Artist In Residence for 2011 Fall Collection; the line is in stores now. Musically, I released an EP on iTunes called Preview and looking forward to go on tour this summer.

I am passionate about art, music and fashion. What I love about my work and field is that I am able to meet people, travel around the world, learn about different cultures and being able to translate what I see and what I live into art and music to touch people's lives. I love the sensibility about my work and field.

What advice do you have for UM alumni and students interested in pursuing your profession or industry?

My advice to students and alumni is to go for it! It's an amazing profession and industry. It is a lot of hard work, and that hard work will prepare you for that opportunity everyone longs for. Remember to fasten your seat belt and enjoy the journey!

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Chris Levin, BBA '11

Chris Levin, BBA '11

Executive Recruiter
answerQUEST Executive Search
Major: Accounting
Hometown: Coral Springs, FL

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Why did you choose UM?

Wanted to get a world-class education without straying too far from home – and couldn't get enough of the palm trees and lake on campus. I went to the best university imaginable – it was an awesome experience. It's all about the U!!

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How did your education at UM help prepare you for what you are doing today?

Learned how to be disciplined and balanced while interacting and working with a wide variety of people.

What do you love about your work and your field?

Since joining the firm in May, I have generated more than $63,750 in revenue for answerQUEST by placing sales professionals in new opportunities nationwide; so far, I have placed individuals in San Francisco, Boston, and the Washington DC area. I have great passion in my work with answerQUEST. I love the ability to truly make a difference in people's lives; I help people make more money, travel less, or enjoy what they're doing more by introducing them to new career opportunities and taking them through the interview process.

What advice do you have for UM alumni and students interested in pursuing your profession or industry?

Use your resources the best you can, and keep your eyes out for EVERYTHING! I found out about answerQUEST through a friend's status update on Facebook. The world moves in mysterious ways, and opportunities will come to you when you least expect them. You increase your chances for success by being visible and connected with like-minded folks.

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Carlos A. Carrazana, M.P.H. ’99

Carlos A. Carrazana, M.P.H. ’99

Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
Save the Children
Hometown: Washington, D.C.

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Why did you choose UM?

What really attracted me to the University of Miami’s School of Public Health was that it was embedded in the School of Medicine. It was a treat to learn with physicians, and the training in epidemiology was very rigorous compared to other schools. Another selling point is that the School of Public Health provides opportunities to work on a full-time grant-funded project, so you leave with a degree and job experience, which is critical in a competitive field like Public Health. Of course, the beautiful weather and palm trees of Miami also help.

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How did your education at UM help prepare you for what you are doing today?

The Masters of Public Health strongly complimented my MBA since I was looking to get into management in Global Health. My career aspirations were to transition from the private sector to global development. After graduating, I went to work for Deloitte Consulting managing global health projects.

I have a passion for poverty alleviation. I was born to Cuban parents in Latin America and grew up in Colombia. I saw the inequities between rich and poor families. My whole life I have wanted make a difference through economic development. Humanitarian and global development is an exciting field because it’s linked to current events, and the industry attracts the best talent. Most recently, I’ve joined Save the Children as Chief Operating Officer to execute the strategy for the organization, strengthen the agency’s accountability for results to its donors, and translate the vision of Save the Children.

What advice do you have for UM alumni and students interested in pursuing your profession or industry?

Job experience is extremely important. University of Miami gives students an opportunity to get more than a degree. Take advantage of the jobs and internships offered to you through University of Miami’s School of Public Health. Especially in global development, companies and organizations look for people who have experience.

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Diane Bloodworth, M.B.A. ’89

Diane Bloodworth, M.B.A. ’89

Chief Executive Officer
Competitive Sports Analysis
Hometown: Atlanta, Georgia

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Why did you choose UM?

At the time, I was working for IBM and was transferred to Miami to support the Miami En Route Air Traffic Control Center with a new computer installation. I felt that the University of Miami would provide a very different experience than my undergraduate experience at University of Georgia -- and it did!

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How did your education at UM help prepare you for what you are doing today?

Even though I’ve created and sold one technology company, and consulted for others, I had the idea for my current business while at the University of Miami when I took a class on entrepreneurship. My company, Competitive Sports Analysis (CSA), provides highly accurate, predictive data for sports. Today I work with channel partners (such as CBS Sports), investors and end users; and UM prepared me to engage with these audiences as well as manage the day-to-day operations of a startup organization.

CSA’s initial product, scoutPRO, helps Fantasy Football General Managers win their leagues. In our second year, I’m pleased that scoutPRO is already ranked one of the top fantasy football tools on the market with a more than 70% accuracy rating. CSA is also working on a recruiting product for college coaches. My work allows me to combine my background in business and technology with my passion for sports. .

What advice do you have for UM alumni and students interested in pursuing your profession or industry?

If you want to be an entrepreneur, make sure you have what it takes -- tenacity, tolerance for risk, and creativity. Every day is an adventure and I can't imagine doing anything else. The technology industry is an excellent field to pursue. I believe that the technology industry will continue to evolve and remain an interesting career choice for the future.

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Rob Simone, B.S.C. '04

Rob Simone, B.S.C. '04

Co-Founder/Managing Director
Hiccup Media
Hometown: Huntington, NY

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Why did you choose UM?

The School of Communications and particularly, the film department was growing rapidly right around when I began to take an interest in UM. I was attracted by a private institution that was challenging, modern and located in one of the best places to wake up and go to school!

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How did your education at UM help prepare you for what you are doing today?

I believe that a great deal of one's ability to get the most out of four years of college stems from taking advantage of the resources which are available, but not necessarily mandatory. UM has so much to offer if you are motivated and outgoing. The facilities, the faculty and the location are a filmmaker's dream.

What advice do you have for UM alumni and students interested in pursuing your profession or industry?

If you want to be in film, television, advertising, production, etc. you need to go to school to receive an artistic and a historical foundation. The industry experience and wisdom is going to come from your ability to find and nurture relationships with mentors within the industry you aspire to be a part of. Go 'Canes!

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Brian L. Itzkowitz, B.B.A. '89

Brian L. Itzkowitz, B.B.A. '89

President & CEO
Goodwill Industries of Arkansas
Hometown: Little Rock, AR

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Why did you choose UM?

I wanted to go into international business, found UM to have a very strong program, and internationally diverse climate.

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How did your education at UM help prepare you for what you are doing today?

I really find the finance piece comes in handy every day – whether it’s budgeting, reviewing operating statements, balance sheets, dealing with auditors, funding sources, etc.

As the CEO, I am dealing with diverse populations every day – my experience at UM, both at the University and the community, better prepared me for a world where people do not come from the same homogeneous background, and being able to appreciate different world views is critical. I also currently serve on the Board of Directors for Goodwill Industries International, and understanding that there are different ways to operate an organization outside the US – laws, customs, labor, giving, etc.

What advice do you have for UM alumni and students interested in pursuing your profession or industry?

In today’s world, the not for profit industry is a tough market, turbulence in the economy, uncertainty regarding possible changes of charitable donation tax law, government spending – it is critical to have strong leaders that can help guide the future of the industry, through innovative programming, collaboration, and creativity.

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