Caleb Stevens is a recent graduate of the University of Georgia where he studied Business Management and Personal & Organizational Leadership. During college, Caleb started a podcast show for the business school, helped launch a faith & work conference, and was the student commencement speaker at graduation. He currently lives in Atlanta and blogs at calebstevens.com. Nick Salyers is a recent graduate of the University of Georgia where he competed on the varsity swim team while completing a degree in Marketing and certificates in Entrepreneurship and Leadership. Nick has a passion for adventure, community, and stories. In college, he was named a Deer Run Fellow and Leonard Leadership Scholar, and was on UGA’s Homecoming Court. He is now the co-founder of Champion Tribes—a start-up in Atlanta that helps fathers and sons connect in life-changing ways. Writing from the trenches of their senior year, Nick Salyers and Caleb Stevens wrote 7 Big Ideas to Make College Awesome. These Big Ideas will help you navigate the ups and downs, twists and turns, challenges and opportunities of college. From wide-eyed freshman to tried and tested seniors, Collegiate: 7 Big Ideas to Make College Awesome is written for anyone who wants to make the most of their four (or five!) years in college.
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Jasmine Dennis is a millennial expert, speaker, trainer, certification exam writer, and consultant. One of Jasmine’s gifts is creating strategies and solutions to address multi-generational challenges for organizations around the world. Jasmine attended a multi-cultural institution, the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), where she received a Master of Management in Information Systems from UAB’s Collat School of Business. Jasmine also received a Bachelor of Psychology from UAB, where she mastered topics in Human Behavior, Race and Ethnic Relations, and Interpersonal Communications. Jasmine has experience working with and successfully engaging multigenerational teams in small, local companies, as well as larger, public sector and commercial organizations. Jasmine is passionate about organizational success and speaking on topics not limited to: employee engagement, diversity, equity, & inclusion, millennials in the workplace, and career development for women and underrepresented communities.
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