Bragging Rights: Students Honored by School of Management Alumni Chapter

Posted: October 6, 2010 at 1:04 am, Last Updated: October 5, 2010 at 3:49 pm

The following information was provided by the School of Management.

Julie Hudson, an MBA student, and Johnny Amin, a junior majoring in accounting, each received an Emerging Business Leader Award from the School of Management Alumni Chapter at the School of Management’s Fifth Annual Alumni Celebration held on Sept. 30.

The Emerging Business Leader Awards annually recognize a Mason graduate student and an undergraduate who have demonstrated the desire and aptitude to become outstanding business leaders and distinguished representatives of Mason’s School of Management.

Hudson, class of 2011, is a part-time student with a 3.95 GPA. Currently, she is employed by ADI Technologies Inc. in McLean, Va., as a marketing associate. She specializes in contract management for international clients, working extensively within the context of the Department of Defense export controls and U.S. Customs processes.

Through her educational studies and work experience, Hudson has traveled to Spain and Nicaragua to study languages and cultures as well as the effects of globalization.

Amin, class of 2012, has actively participated in community service projects on a global scale. During his freshman year, he worked with a Fairfax County high school on a school supply drive that raised 80 pounds of school materials to benefit children in Kenya and Tanzania.

In addition, he was awarded a U.S. Department of Education grant for research and studies in Beijing and Shanghai, China, on global management.

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