FAIRBORN — Wright State University made a big splash in the Dayton Business Journal’s 2018 “Forty Under 40” awards, with 14 alumni among those honored as the region’s future leaders.
Amanda Burks, vice president vellaINC public relations and marketing communications; B.A. in Art History, College of Liberal Arts.
Erica Fields, interim executive director, City of Dayton Human Resources Council; M.P.A., College of Liberal Arts.
Melissa Gargasz, physician/owner, Waynesville Urgent Care and Healing and Recovery; B.S. in Biology, College of Science and Mathematics.
Miranda Hawk, business development manager, Brixey and Meyer; B.S. in Marketing, Raj Soin College of Business.
Christina Hull, director of development, Premier Health-Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation-Dayton; B.A. in English, M.P.A., College of Liberal Arts.
Kate McEwen, plant manager, Lorenz Printing Company; B.M. in Vocal Performance, College of Liberal Arts.
Jad Mubaslat, founder/advisor, BitQuick.co; M.S. in Industrial and Human Factors Engineering, College of Engineering and Computer Science.
Adam Murka, chief of staff, Sinclair Community College; M.P.A., College of Liberal Arts.
Kunal Patel, teamlead, Coldwell Banker Heritage; M.B.A., Raj Soin College of Business.
Nathan Rentz, assurance senior manager, RSM US LLP; B.S. in Accounting and Finance, Raj Soin College of Business.
Ashima Sharma, director, project management office, PNC; M.B.A., Raj Soin College of Business.
Jorge Sánchez, chief technology officer/co-owner Mile Two LLC; M.S. in Engineering, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, College of Engineering and Computer Science.
Matthew Watson, portfolio manager, James Investment Research, Inc.; B.S. in Accounting and Finance, Master of Accountancy, Raj Soin College of Business.
John Lee Weimer Jr., network vice president of emergency and trauma services, Kettering Health Network; M.S. in Nursing Administration, College of Nursing and Health.
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