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Scheller College of Business Welcomes Four New Advisory Board Members

The Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business welcomes four new Scheller Advisory Board members. The Board works with the dean to engage alumni, work with corporate and industry partners, and lead strategic projects to support the College.
Headshots of four new Scheller Advisory Board members

Upper left to right: Travis Collins, Stuart Gould; Lower left to right: Kristie Lowery, Rick McDonald.

The Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business welcomed four new members to the Advisory Board this year.

  • Travis Collins, IMGT ’79, Founder and CEO (retired), Incident IQ
  • Stuart Gould, MGT ’91, Executive Director of ETF and Portfolio Trading, MIRAE Asset Securities
  • Kristie Lowery, MGT ’92, Partner and National Director of the Workforce Tax Advisory Services Vertical and Employment Tax Advisory Services Leader, EY
  • Rick McDonald, IMGT ’82, SVP and Chief Supply Chain Officer, The Clorox Company

The Scheller Advisory Board consists of 45 members plus an additional four members on its Executive Committee. Each member serves a two-year term, with an option for a second and third term at the discretion of the dean and the Executive Committee. 

The Advisory Board monitors the priorities and needs of industry, including talent recruitment and development, strategic research and innovation, and business trends and forecasting, and helps the College remain closely connected to alumni and current business leaders. They also act as mentors to the newly formed Young Alumni Advisory Board. 

See the list of current Scheller Advisory Board members.  

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