McClain Gordon, WG’73

McClain Gordon graduated from Vanderbilt University with a major in Economics. While there, he was elected President of the Vanderbilt Investment Club. After graduation, he went straight to Wharton, earning an MBA in Finance. McClain worked in the trucking industry for most of his career. He became CEO of aRead More

Eugene Aaron, WG’73

Moses Eugene AARON Distinguished Alumni Award Moses Eugene Aaron, a proud son of FAMU, is a Life Member of FAMU National Alumni Association. He was an American diplomat in the U.S. Department of State where he rose to a position of high rank and great responsibility. For 26 years, heRead More

Rick Perkins, WG’70

I came to Wharton after finishing my undergraduate studies at the University of Massachusetts where I played on the varsity basketball team. After my two years at Wharton, I served in the U.S. Army Signal Corps for another two years and then joined Arthur Andersen & Co. for three yearsRead More

Bob Natiello, WG’56

New York City native Bob Natiello enjoyed a long career as a Madison Avenue ad executive. In addition to planning dozens of TV specials, he created national marketing campaigns for America’s leading corporate advertisers, heading the ad agency team that won a national EFFIE award for effective marketing of GeneralRead More

Edward Lyons, WG’64

Ed Lyons, WG’64, is a Global Senior Financial Executive with experience in telecommunications and manufacturing industries. His experience of about 40 years encompasses organizations from multi-billion dollar to small startups. Ed has been CFO of two telecommunications companies, International Controller of a direct sales firm, CFO of a manufacturing/sales jointRead More

John Majane, WG’58

John Majane is a long time participant in the US civilian space program in the unmanned satellite program. He received a Group Achievement Award for the Cosmic Background Explorer (COBE) satellite, a pioneering NASA Goddard Space Flight Center project validating the “Big Bang” theory of the origins of the universe.Read More

Kevin Woelflein, WG’58

At Wharton became an Industrial Management major following two years in the Army Chemical Corps as an ROTC lieutenant. Most of that time was spent in Eastern France. While a full time student at Wharton I worked part time at Atlantic Refining, which at that time was headquartered in Philadelphia.Read More

Quincy Williams, WG’57

After Wharton, I joined Smith Kline & French Laboratories as a management trainee. I retired twenty-nine years later. Initially I did the usual trainee drone work, but also did some systems design and computer programming. Yes, we had chads back then, hanging or otherwise. Later I held a number ofRead More