Meet Your 2014-2015 EBA Team
Springfield, OH---WittConsultants Emma Ficke, Danielle Mace, and Linzey Rice will be managing and coordinating the 2014 Entrepreneurial Business Award (EBAward) process for fall semester 2014. The EBAward recognizes a business from Clark or Champaign County that has shown itself to be exceptionally innovative in the way it conducts business. The team will create an advertising campaign, as well as plan and coordinate other promotional activities and events, to support the award process. One of their first tasks will be to organize a panel of local business and political leaders to take part in the nominating process.
Emma Ficke '16 is a junior from Cincinnati, Ohio double majoring in Graphic Design and English. This past summer she interned with Fifth Third Bank working on a team to re-vamp their website. Ficke works at the HPER center as a student worker. She is also the Public Relations chair of Sigma Kappa sorority on campus and plays on the varsity softball team. In the future, she aspires to work with a graphic design firm.
Danielle Mace ’16 is a junior from Columbus, Ohio majoring in business with a minor in communications. In addition to her studies she is a cheerleader at Wittenberg, a member of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, and a member of Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Society. She has also been active in the Emerging Leaders program as well as holding a job as a Resident Advisor. After graduation Danielle plans on attending law school with the goal of becoming a corporate attorney.
Linzey Rice '16 from Van Wert, OH, is a Communication and Dance double major at Wittenberg. Activities at Wittenberg have included the Wittenberg Student Dance Company and serving as Director of Social Enrichment and Risk Management for Alpha Delta Pi sorority. She has also worked in event planning as a member of Class Cabinet and currently holds jobs as a box office manager at Chakeres Theatre and tour guide in the Wittenberg Office of Admissions. Her academic accomplishments include the Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Society, the Wittenberg Honors program, and a Provost Scholar. In the future, Linzey plans to pursue a career in arts administration in New York City, preferably with a dance or theatre company.