Meet Your 2014 EBA Team
Springfield, OH---WittConsultants Logan Warye, Beth Hubbard, Kim Loofbourrow, and Sarah Guilloteau will spend the fall semester generating and assessing nominations for the 2013 Entrepreneurial Business Award (EBAward). The EBAward recognizes a business from Clark or Champaign County that has proven to be innovative and successful. The team will create an advertising campaign, as well as plan and coordinate in public relations events and promotion activities for the award. One of their first events will be to assemble a nomination panel of local business and political leaders. Following online research and phone screenings of the nominated businesses, the team will present a list of finalists to the managing partners Louise Lambert (president of Junior Achievement of Clark, Champaign, and Logan counties) and Andy Irick (vice president of Security National Bank), and project coach Pamela Schindler and Tim Bode to celebrate entrepreneurship in Clark and Champaign counties.
Meet the WittConsultants
Logan Warye ’15 is a junior Business major with a concentration in marketing from Cincinnati, Ohio. She interned with Honest Tea in New York City this summer, working in its marketing and sales department. She traveled to multiple different New England states with a team of field marketers, and participated in sales routes. At Wittenberg, Logan is vice president of communication in Delta Gamma. A member of Class Cabinet, she was in charge of public relations and marketing events last year. Logan is on the Wittenberg Women’s Lacrosse team, and will be traveling overseas next summer to compete. Her future aspirations include moving to NYC and working for a large advertising or marketing firm after she completes graduate school.
Kim Loofbourrow ’15, from Louisville, Kentucky, is a junior Business major with a concentration in marketing, with an Art minor. At Wittenberg, she plays varsity Field Hockey and Women’s Lacrosse. A member of Gamma Phi Beta Sorority, Loofbourrow serves as the Activities Chair. A member of the Honors Program, she is involved in the Emerging Leaders Program and has earned recognition as a member of Alpha Lambda Delta Honors Society, Academic Coaches Association for Field Hockey (2012), and was a Provost Scholar (2013). Her future plans include graduate school and a career within an advertising firm.
Beth Hubbard ’15 is a junior from West Hartford, Connecticut, double majoring in Communication and Business with a management concentration. She currently interns at Manchester Public Relations, an upcoming public relations firm based in New York, coordinating all forms of social media including Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and the website blog. At Wittenberg, Hubbard works in the Hagen Center, as a student service coordinator; service has been a major part of her life since her first mission trip to Guatemala five years ago. She holds two positions in her sorority: Vice President of Foundation and a member of Honor Board. Hubbard plays varsity women’s lacrosse team and serves as a student athlete mentor. She aspires to work in public relations, preferably in fashion, and ultimately own her own fashion boutiques.
Sarah Guilloteau, from Le Mans, France, obtained the equivalent of the French bachelor’s degree in foreign languages applied to business last year. She is now completing the first year of her French Master’s degree while studying at Wittenberg University. With a focus on business and marketing, Guilloteau has worked on various University marketing strategic planning projects. Speaking three foreign languages (French, English and German), she studies business culture on the global stage. Apart from business, she also enjoys being a part of the American International Association, a school organization that promotes culture awareness and diversity on campus. After graduation, Guilloteau plans to pursue a career in marketing.