Alumni

There are approximately 2,700 active alumni of the School of Business. The School’s graduates can be found in the highest levels of corporation, firms or agencies in the United States and abroad. Some of the high achievers are:

  • Fred Anderson, Senior Vice President, Wachovia Bank
  • General Wallace Arnold, former President, Cheney State University, and former Director, Technical Development, Hampton University
  • Carl Brooks, President, Executive Leadership Council; member School of Business Advisory Board
  • Wesley Coleman, Executive Vice President, Disney, retired; member of the Hampton University Board of Trustees, and member of the School of Business Advisory Board
  • Brooke Ellis, National Advertising Director for Cadillac, Division of General Motors
  • Frank Fountain, Senior Vice President, Daimler Chrysler; (Keynote speaker at the AACSB Annual Meeting in Montreal, 2004), member of the Hampton University Board of Trustees
  • Wendell P. Holmes, Jr., President, Wendell Holmes Funeral Home, Jacksonville, Fl, served as a member of the Hampton University Board of Trustees for 22 years, including serving as the chairman for nine - the longest reign of any chairman
  • Clarence Lockett, former Vice President & Controller, Johnson & Johnson, retired; member of the Hampton University Board of Trustees, member of the School of Business Advisory Board
  • Starlisa McDade, Vice President of Internal Audit and Chief of Staff, American Express, Inc.
  • Leslie Jones Patterson, Partner, Ernst & Young; member of the Hampton University Board of Trustees
  • Kalima Perez, Vice President Client Clearing, Goldman Sachs
  • Charles Phillips, CEO, Infor, Inc. He is also a former President of Oracle, Inc., one of the largest software companies in the world.
  • Reina Ramos-Ebanks, Director of Banking, Cayman Islands
  • Frank Smith, Founder & CEO, Sphinx Financial Group; member School of Business Advisory Board
  • Wanda Sykes, Movie and Television Personality
  • Charles Warfield, President, Inner City Broadcasting Company; member School of Business Advisory Board