WCBA Names Four Beeghly Fellows
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – The newest class of John D. Beeghly Fellows at the Williamson College of Business Administration has been named: Richard Fisher, Shroog Hamouda, Naraya Subramanian and Levi Smith.
The four Youngstown State University business students will work at the Ohio Small Business Development Center. The students are paid through an endowment of the YSU Foundation established by the wife and children of businessman John Beeghly.
At the SBDC, all four work on conducting market research, prepare financial projections and work on government procurement projects.
Fisher is a sophomore finance and international business major. After graduation, he plans to pursue a career in corporate law.
Hamouda is a junior financial management major with a minor in management information system and a certificate in enterprise resources planning. She’s worked two semester at the business development center. She plans on pursuing a career in international business.
Subramanian is a junior information and supply chain management major with designs on moving to Cleveland to work for an company doing business internationally.
Smith is a senior financial management major with a minor in marketing. Now in his second semester at the SBDC, he wants to working in the food and beverage industry.
“We are extremely grateful to the John D. Beeghly Family for making this generous investment in our business students. Providing our students with career-related experience contributes to the success of our regional businesses and the professional preparation of our students,” said Betty Jo Licata, dean of the Williamson College of Business Administration, in a release.
Pictured: Shroog Hamouda and Naraya Subramanian (seated) and Levi Smith and Richard Fisher are Beeghly Fellows in the Williamson College of Business Administration at YSU.
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