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Videos featuring our Franke alumni
Prominent NAU–FCB alumni
Tereas Bermensolo-Cutler (’11 ECO/MGT)
Tereas Bermensolo-Cutler is now with the Dallas Federal Reserve as a management development professional.
Michael Payne (’08 ACC)
Michael Payne has accepted an associate position at Jennings Strouss & Salmon, and will start working in the Washington Street, Phoenix office on May 6, 2013. He will be focusing on tax, corporate transactions, and estate planning.
Ebbie Wirick (’05 ACC)
Ebbie Wirick, a former member of the FCB Accounting Advisory Council (AAC), has joined GlobalMed as their corporate controller after spending 7 years with Moss Adams, LLP. GlobalMed is the worldwide leader in the development and integration of a new generation of healthcare delivery systems known as telemedicine and just took the #95 spot on the Inc. 500 list for fastest growing technology companies.
Marissa Graves (’09 ACC)
Marissa Graves (’09 ACC and a member of the FCB Accounting Advisory Council), was chosen as a contributor to the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) sponsored book: Save Wisely, Spend Happily. She was one of only four chosen from Arizona to contribute.
Kristin Frazier (’10 MKT/FIN)
Kristin updated us in March 2012:
I have been incredibly lucky because I am actually getting to do what I love most and that is Marketing.
I am currently working for a successful home builder in Alamogordo, NM. Last year we had our most successful year ever which was incredibly exciting to be a part of. We are currently expanding to Roswell, NM so I have the opportunity to learn what goes into the expansion of a company (lots of work!).
I feel lucky that I am working for a small company because I am getting to do a little bit of everything when it comes to Marketing and I have a great boss who teaches me a lot! I am thinking about going for my Master’s but want to have a little more experience under my belt. I want to get into the Corporate arena and do marketing in a big city, so I’m working hard towards that goal.
I miss Flagstaff very much and everyone around FCB!
Lopez Lomong (’11 HRM)
The Indigo Partners internship was truly a worthwhile and memorable experience. I feel I learned more about the world, business, and life in my one year at Indigo than I could have in ten years at a large accounting firm (the career path I was once on).