Jordan Green, BBA ‘14, is a first-place winner of a $500 award from the 2012 KeyBank and Fisher College of Business Leadership and Creativity Undergraduate Minority Student Symposium.
Green, a third-year accounting major and Business Fellow in the Carl H. Lindner College of Business, was part of a six-member team who competed in a case competition against more than 100 students from schools all over the country on the campus of The Ohio State University in October.
The KeyBank Symposium focused on leadership, communication, innovation, creativity and entrepreneurial practice.
Adele Edmonds, BBA ’14, and Brandon Reynolds, BBA ’14, joined Green at the symposium. Edmonds, a third-year marketing major, is a Marvin P. Kolodzik Business Scholar and Business Fellow. Reynolds, a third-year marketing major, is a Lindner Honors-PLUS scholar, Darwin T. Turner Scholar and Business Fellow.
The Lindner College of Business students, all of whom are mentors in the college’s Business Buddy Program, were selected to participate based on an essay, resume and transcript.