Every spring, the JSOM Undergraduate Accounting program holds an honors luncheon to bestow accolades on top achievers and make predictions about future career choices. This year, honors at the May 6 event went to:
Working Capitol, the team (left to right) of Sam Teichelman, Shahrzad Azimi, April Crawford and Trey Sweeney, shown here with Undergraduate Program Director John Barden and the $10,000 presentation check they got for winning the 2012 AICPA Accounting Competition.
Pearl Promwanrat (pictured to the left with Amy Troutman, associate coordinator of the Accounting area), Sam Teichelman, Jennifer Evans, Japhen Lott and Daniel Quintana were named “Most Likely to Pass the CPA Exam in One Sitting.”
Anna Knutson (pictured to the left, with Tiffany Bortz, associate director of the BS in Accounting program) and Mark Becker (not pictured) were chosen as “Most Likely to Become an FBI Agent.”
Predicted as the first in their class to become chief executive officers (CEOs): Rafael (R.C.) Diaz (left) and Jason Mauldin
And most likely to become the first chief financial officers (CFOs): April Crawford and Girish Shrestha
Katelyn Hanks (second from left with John Barden, Tiffany Bortz and Amy Troutman) earned the PEP Award, which goes to the student who demonstrates the most Pride, Enthusiasm and Passion.
Kassey Martin (with John Barden and Tiffany Bortz) was chosen as “Most Likely to Become President of a Not-for-Profit Organization.”
Kyle D’Souza (with Tiffany Bortz and Amy Troutman) was named “Most Likely to Have a Career in Politics or with the SEC.”
Jon Gohn (not pictured) was selected as “Most Likely to Become a Partner in a Public Accounting Firm.”
And Teresa Tran (with Tiffany Bortz and Amy Troutman) was named “Most Likely to Become a Faculty Member.”
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