Alumni - Department of Business

Meet our graduates

  • Mariah Martin-
    Mariah Martin ’19 Human Resource Generalist at ImagineSoftware

    The IBI Program prepared me for a Global business environment!

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  • Brian Gilroy-
    Brian Gilroy ’19 SERS Investment Analyst at Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

    A junior investment analyst with the Pennsylvania State Employee’s Retirement System, Brian Gilroy ’19, a business major with a finance minor, put his degree to work.

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  • Luke (Gibson) Hernley-
    Luke (Gibson) Hernley ’17 Controller/CPA, Rwanda Trading Company (Kigali, Rwanda)

    Passionate about people, culture, and using business as a means to better our societies and world.

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  • Thomas Kuegler-
    Thomas Kuegler ’15 Alumnus writes for The Huffington Post and other prestigious publications

    Thomas Kuegler ’15 came to Messiah with a major in marketing as he was drawn to the creativity involved in the field. Surprisingly, his current career path gears toward the field of journalism and creative writing. Kuegler works as freelance writer for The Huffington Post, The Surge and The Odyssey Online.

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  • Nathan Conklin-
    Nathan Conklin ’15 Alum finds calling in Taiwan

    Taipei serves as setting for ministry, MBA

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  • Colin Shiner ’14 Accounting and Communications Fellow for HOPE International

    The catalyst for Shiner to pursue his current career came after reading “When Helping Hurts” by Steve Corbett for one of his Economics classes. After reading this book, Shiner decided to pursue work toward helping those who have good intentions for helping abroad, but lack knowledge about best practices for these endeavors. He says, “It was a pivotal moment in my undergrad career, because it changed the way I thought about helping people. It made me much more constructively critical about programs that intend to do good, but sometimes miss the mark.”

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  • Ryan Faus -
    Ryan Faus ’11 Analyst, International Digital, Warner Music Group

    As an analyst for Warner Music Group (WMG), Faus provides research, analysis and insights on trends for digital music platforms like iTunes, YouTube and Spotify. He also works with artist managers, marketing teams, business development personnel and WMG’s operations teams to help the company’s artists break new tracks and reach fans around the globe.

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  • John Epling ’09 Former USMC member and current law student at Duke University

    During his time at Messiah College, John Epling ’09 pursued a degree in international business. He achieved the very first success in the United States Marine Corps as recon platoon commander.

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  • Lindsay Young-
    Lindsay Young ’03 Alumna works as a manager at McKonly & Asbury, LLP

    Lindsay Young ‘03 first enrolled at Messiah College as an early childhood education major. She had always thought that she would stay within the field of education for the rest of her life. However, she quickly learned that teaching was not for her and recalled her joy in her accounting classes.

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  • Shana (Heikes) Glenzer-
    Shana (Heikes) Glenzer ’02 VP of Social Marketing, Social Radar

    During her time at Messiah College, Shana (Heikes) Glenzer ’02 discovered that a degree in marketing meant more than sitting in an office writing slogans. Her career thus far has been a testament to that. A client manager, marketing director and sales representative over the years, Shana is now the vice president of social marketing at SocialRadar, a location tech startup.

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  • Eric Wenger ’99 CPA / Partner, Tax Services Group, at RKL LLP

    Wenger felt more than prepared to pursue his career as an accountant post-graduation, and attributes his great successes to the Messiah accounting curriculum, which he describes as excellent preparation for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam and future employment.

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  • Tonya Neff Klause-
    Tonya Neff Klause ’93 Corporate Communications Director, U.S. Public Sector Industries

    Tonya Neff Klause manages communications and public relations for Microsoft’s U.S. Health, Government and Education business (a roughly $4 billion business for Microsoft), one of the world’s largest and most renown organizations.

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  • Scott Heintzelman-
    Scott Heintzelman ’89 Vice President of Finance and Administration, Martin's Famous Pastry Shoppe, Inc.

    In his new role with Martin’s Famous Pastry Shoppe, Heintzelman provides valuable leadership for both the people and finances of one of the nation’s most successful and best-liked food manufacturers.

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  • Curtis Stutzman ’80 President and CEO, Messiah Lifeways

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