With the help of her business professors, Ariel seized every opportunity that came her way, from internships to international study. She even worked with Merrill Lynch and for pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline.
She won the Best Papers Award from the Academy of International Business-Southeast (AIB-SE) for a project entitled “Fraudulent Accounting.” Her research paper was published in the International Marketing and Management Research Journal.
Somehow, she still found time to volunteer with the Salvation Army, the Inner City Night Shelter, Senior Citizens, Inc., and the Old Savannah City Mission. And as president of the Golden Key International Honor Society, the vice president of finance for the Delta Sigma Pi Professional Business Fraternity, and the vice president of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.
Ariel even received the President’s Second Mile Award for stellar leadership on campus, in the Savannah community, and beyond. What's next up on her plan? Continue to pave her path in the business world. Seriously Impressive.