Student Industry Fellows


2021 Industry Fellows


Jack Giglio
Jack Giglio
Senior, Majoring in Management Information Systems

Jack is a demonstrated leader both on and off campus. During his Innovations course, Jack's team took second place in a campus-wide design challenge for Athens-Clarke County government. As a member of Pi Kappa Alpha, he worked on the member recruitment team and managed the organization's summer budget. Over the last few summers, Jack was selected as a Senior Leader for Athens Y Camps and has excelled in his coursework while working thirty-five hours a week. His academic success and aptitude for creative problem solving will be an asset to the Student Industry Fellows Program.

 

Christopher RosselotChristopher Rosselot
Junior, Majoring in International Affairs and Latin American and Caribbean Studies

Naturally curious about the way public policy is developed, he spent the summer of 2021 focusing on immigration and transportation policy while interning in a Congressional office in Washington D.C. On campus, Christopher is the Managing Editor of Georgia Political Review and an Honors Teaching Assistant. Outside of the classroom, Christopher serves as the COO of The Backpack Project Inc., a student-run nonprofit that distributes supply-filled backpacks to those experiencing homelessness in the Southeast. In his free time, Christopher is also an avid runner and soccer player.

 

Jessica TardyJessica Tardy
Senior, Majoring in Economics and Psychology

Jessica is pursuing a certificate in Entrepreneurship in addition to her two degrees. Throughout her career, she has strengthened her customer service skills through her work in food service, applied data management skills in financial technology, and refined her expertise in video production. Her cross-disciplinary skill set gives her the ability to work toward solutions to complex problems. She is an active and influential leader with a passion for empowering individuals on the teams she leads.

 

 

 

Tran LeeLee Tran
Junior, Majoring in Supply Chain Management

Lee is currently an associate consultant with the Terry School of Business Student Consulting Program and is very involved in local non-profit organizations, including the Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity. His work has included developing anti-poverty programs for the city of Athens, creating a recruiting structure for a technology consulting firm, and digitizing the activities of the Red Cross during the COVID-19 pandemic. Lee's skills in market analytics and data modeling will add value to any organization. In the future, Lee plans to work on high-impact projects as a management consultant.