Meet the Fellows


Spring 2023 Industry Fellows

Adelaide Arthur
Adelaide Arthur
Junior, Majoring in Finance

Addie was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio. She is an active member of Women in Finance and Atlas Business Society and involved in UGA Miracle Rising Leaders, Chi Omega, and work at Ramsey Student Center. This past summer Addie worked at an investment management firm in her hometown and has interests in consulting and innovation in the business industry. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, horseback riding, and being with friends, family, and her dogs. 




Abigail Cannon
Abigail Cannon
Senior, Majoring in Advertising

Abigail is a strong team player and fiery about bringing all ideas to the table. Throughout her studies, Abigail has become more efficient in Microsoft office, adobe photoshop, and adobe InDesign. She has also participated in clubs, such as RescuePaws and Women in Media, that have allowed her to demonstrate skills and grow her mind. Abigail hopes to work in the entertainment field, as an advertiser, director, creative writer, or be a part of a design team. Her passion, curiosity, and aspiration will be a strong asset for the Fellows program. 



Alexander Drahos
Alexander Drahos
Sophomore, Majoring in Political Science

As the past president of Key Club International, the world’s largest student-led service nonprofit, Alex used his passion for systems thinking and innovation to revitalize the organization. At the University of Georgia, he is a Foundation Fellow, a staff writer for the Georgia Political Review, and a strategist for a pro bono advertising agency for nonprofits, Paw Print. He also is a housing insecurity policy analyst with the Roosevelt Institute. In his free time, Alex enjoys playing cello, reading political strategy, and traveling.



Bryan Gadapee
Bryan Gadapee
Junior, Majoring in Marketing

Born and raised in Augusta, Ga, Bryan is a creative student with a passion for growing and learning outside the classroom. He is involved in Entrepreneurship Program and is an active member of the Catholic Center at UGA. Outside the classroom, he enjoys golf, traveling, and constantly improving. In addition, he has interests in consulting, innovation, and design, with the plan of one day owning a business of his own.




Jack GiglioGuy Gober
Senior, Majoring in Agricultural Engineering

Guy Gober is from Tiger, GA and is working to develop the next generation of sustainable technology and new precision agricultural tools. Guy has worked with Tomco Systems, a dry ice machinery company, and is a former member of a UGA farming tech startup, Chiktopia. When Guy is not working on his engineering projects, he is tending to his garden, working out, or enjoying the outdoors with friends. 




Amol GuptaAmol Gupta
Junior, Majoring in  Management Information Systems

Amol Gupta is a fourth-year student studying Management Information Systems. He currently serves as the SVP of Operations on SMIS, collaborating with peers and fostering relationships with industry partners. In addition, he is a TA for MIST 2090 and a challenge course facilitator. 





David HanDavid Han
Junior, Double Majoring in Economics and Finance

Jun Ho Han, who goes by David, was raised in Watkinsville, GA, and has interests in consulting, policy, international affairs, and intelligence. He is excited to work with his peers to ideate innovative solutions for today's problems. He currently plans to start the Air Force ROTC program this fall. Other activities David is involved in include the Institute for Leadership Achievement (Leonard Leadership Scholars), leadership experience within the Kappa Sigma fraternity, and an IFC Clerkship.




Shane HoeyShane Hoey
Sophomore, Majoring in Economics

Shane Hoey is a second-year student from Boston, Massachusetts, and has interests in consulting, investment strategy, and philosophy. Currently, he is involved on campus in the Atlas Business Society, Economics Society, and is the Professional Development Chair of the Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity. In the past he has worked as a Marketing Intern for a Capital Investment Firm, leading him into his upcoming personal investment internship at Fidelity Investments. At Fidelity, he will look to improve his critical thinking and market knowledge while working on a capstone project. In his free time, you will find him watching the Boston Celtics.


Madelyn KamufMadelyn Kamuf
Majoring in Risk Management and Insurance 

As a second-year student from Tampa Florida, Madelyn has had many opportunities to get involved both on and off campus. Within Terry, she is a member of the Atlas Business society and Women in Business. Madelyn has also served as the Director of Health and Wellness in her sorority, Alpha Phi, and spent time working at a local real estate firm, Marks Commercial Realty. She is passionate about problem-solving and collaborating to make a change and hopes to pursue a career that allows her an opportunity to excel in these areas.



Sejal KhannaSejal Khanna
Sophomore, Double Majoring in Marketing and Management Information Systems

Currently, Sejal serves as Habitat for Humanity's Fundraising chair and Serve UGA's Director of Outreach. She is also involved with the Indian Cultural Exchange. Through such experiences, she enjoys planning campus-wide events and promoting them to foster a strong sense of community. She also believes that nonprofits can avail from advancing systems and processes. In the future, Sejal aspires to leverage emerging technologies and diverse perspectives to address social injustices - continuing to align her work with her values. For leisure, she enjoys reading, baking, and travelling.


Shivani PatelShivani Patel
Junior, Double Majoring in Finance and Management Information Systems

Shivani is an honors student from Toccoa, Georgia. She is currently an associate consultant for the Terry College of Business Student Consulting organization, where she provides data-driven research and objective third-party insight to provide clients with an unparalleled impactful experience. Aside from her skills in Finance and MIS, Shivani excels as an effective leader through not only her humility and optimistic attitude, but she makes sure to prioritize relationships with her teammates. Finally, she allows her purpose to drive all she does, by reimagining everything that may seem impossible.


Taral PatelTaral Patel
Sophomore, Double Majoring in Finance & Management Information Systems

Taral grew up in Suwanee, GA, and has interests in process optimization, analytics, and business growth strategies. She is eager to work alongside her creative peers in leveraging design thinking to reimagine processes and develop innovative solutions addressing business inefficiencies. She currently serves as the VP of community service for Delta Sigma Pi and upon graduation, Taral hopes to pursue a consulting career. In her free time, she likes to play board games like Catan, cook plant-based meals, and go for sunrise hikes.



Ford RaineyFord Rainey
Double Majoring in Risk Management & Real Estate

Ford hopes to go into Real Estate technology startups (‘PropTech’) upon graduation. Outside of class, he is the Head of Strategy for a leading generative art project on the Ethereum Blockchain and works with a few other projects in ‘Web3’. Ford also enjoys following Formula 1 racing, international rugby, and is an avid nonfiction reader. 





Buhurusu RanasingheBuhusuru Ranasinghe
Junior, Double Majoring in Finance and International Business

Buhusuru is a third-year international student from Sri Lanka. He currently serves as the Head of Speaker Relations for the Atlas Business Society and is an Equity Strategies Analyst with the Student Managed Investment Fund. While being eager to learn and grow through the opportunities available within UGA, he gives back to the campus community as a Student Ambassador at the Terry College of Business. In his free time, he likes to travel and explore different cities within the United States and participate in intramural sports.




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

Naturally curious about the way public policy is developed, Christopher spent the summer of 2021 focusing on immigration and transportation policy while interning in a Congressional office in Washington D.C. In Spring 2022, he spent an entire semester studying International Affairs alongside Ecuadorean students in Quito. He then worked as a Summer Scholar for Deloitte’s Government and Public Sector Consulting practice. On campus, Christopher was the Editor-in-Chief of Georgia Political Review and is currently an Honors Teaching Assistant. Outside of the classroom, Christopher serves as the CEO 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 an avid distance runner and soccer player


Tran LeeLee Tran
Senior, Majoring in International Affairs

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.



Chiamaka UwagerikpeChiamaka Uwagerikpe
Junior, Double Majoring in Marketing & Advertising

Chiamaka is devoted to bringing eagerness and earnestness to all that she does. Her interests lie in culture, communications, travel, and psychology, and she pursues these passions both in and out of the classroom. Chiamaka currently serves as an ambassador for the community led nonprofit Gurls Talk and works as a content assistant for Strike Magazine Athens. With her work, she hopes to spark creative conversations that solve real-world problems and is currently building the skillset to achieve this goal.



SIFP Alumni

Jack GiglioJack Giglio
B.B.A. Management Information Systems May ‘22, Manhattan Associates









Elizabeth QuilliamsElizabeth Quilliams
B.A. Philosophy May ‘22, Cathedral High School









Jessica TardyJessica Tardy
B.A. Economics / B.S. Pyschology May ’22, FLEETCOR









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