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27 Named to the Walton Dean’s Student Advisory Board

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November 20, 2014

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Autumn Parker, associate director for undergraduate recruitment, and Barbara Lofton, director of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, have announced the 27 members of the 2014-2015 Dean’s Student Advisory Board for Walton.

“These students represent the interests of all undergraduate students in the Walton College and will be working together and alongside the dean to further student initiatives and to help make the Walton College an even better place to study,” Parker and Lofton, the board sponsors, said in a statement announcing the members. “We are pleased to have students representing all departments and classifications.”

Members of the 2014-2015 Dean’s Student Advisory Board and their majors are:


Byron Alley/Undeclared

Johnny Carver/Management

Grayson Greer/Finance and Accounting

Marcus Hatley II/Management

Jase Rapert/Undeclared

Thea Winston/Accounting


Ebone Allen/Accounting

Connor Loupe/Information Systems

Mackenzie Owens/International Business

Macy Roe/Marketing

Makenzie Smith/Finance and Economics

Jessica Webster/Accounting

Jacob Wofford/Marketing and Finance


Flavia Araujo/Management

Cordarius Enright/International Business-Supply Chain Management

Brianna Maldonado/Management

Raul Najera-Bahena/International Business-Economics

Eleanor Newman/Accounting and Marketing

Lindsay Stewart/Supply Chain Management

Liz Tanner/Marketing and Management

Shervon Thomas/Information Systems


Brooke Atwell/International Business-Marketing

Rachael Booyer/Supply Chain Management

Omar Meson/Finance and Economics

Nikki (Susan) Munro/Marketing

Jordan Sooter/Accounting and Finance

Ryan Taylor/International Economics

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