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Business Alumni Profiles

2016-02.12 EU Sydney & Justin Dougherty

Career Spotlight: Sydney (Friar) Dougherty ’11

Sydney (Friar) Dougherty, a 2011 graduate and former Miss Missouri, has carved out a successful career path in public relations and marketing at Bass Pro Shops. She and husband Justin Dougherty ...

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Career Spotlight Crystal Lail ’00

Lail embraces new position as Vice President & Controller at NorthWestern Energy At Evangel: Double major in Accounting and Management, minor in International Business. After Evangel: MBA – ...

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Julie Higgins (’85) is starting something new (again)

Julie (Graham) Higgins visited a small refugee community in Santa Ana, El Salvador in 2009 and met Rosa – a precious woman living in poverty with her son, Victor....

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Nick Reasor (’11): Walmart Sourcing Project Manager for Bananas and Pineapples

The next time you buy a few bananas or a pineapple from your local Walmart, you can proudly say you know one of the men responsible for getting them from the farms to the shelves. He is a 2011 ...

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David Sebastian (’09): Deloitte Tax Senior

David Sebastian grew up around accounting. While living in his hometown of Helena, Montana, he observed his father, Phil Sebastian, run a successful accounting business. “My father has always ...

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Tonja Cochran (’89): Director of NAFTA Transportation for Daimler

While other job offers may have seemed to better fit the Accounting degree she had earned from Evangel, Tonja Cochran felt led in a different direction after college. After much prayer and ...

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Charlie Getty’s two passions: football and students

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Three reasons Anthony Moore (’03) is a bad pastor

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A chaplain’s move for God and Country

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Julie Higgins (’85) is starting something new (again)

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Becca Lashway (’18): When coming home feels foreign

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