Welcome BIG Graduate Assistants!
Morgan Millar is a Masters of Accounting student at Georgia Southern University. She is originally from Woodstock, Georgia, but has lived all over the country — in Florida, New York and Massachusetts. In her free time, she enjoys running and playing with her dog. Millar is currently working as a graduate assistant for the Business Innovation Group (BIG). She hopes to gain experience in all of the different things BIG has to offer while working here. After graduating with her master’s degree, she hopes to gain her CPA license. After achieving that, Millar would like to work in the audit department of a medium-sized firm.
Eminah Quintyne was born in Manhattan, New York, and grew up in Houston, Texas. Currently she is attending Georgia Southern University, studying public health policy and management in the Master’s of Public Health (MPH) program, and studying nutrition and food science to become a registered dietitian. Excited to kick off the fall at BIG, Eminah says her late grandfather inspires her motto:
“Think big enough!”
With an interest in creating low-carbohydrate bread and pasta products, she wants to be a business owner one day, helping people to enjoy carbohydrates without negative consequences. She works with the business advisor at BIG, assisting with entrepreneurship events, communications and grant proposals.
Amanda Wynn is currently an MBA student at Georgia Southern University, a weather forecaster in the U.S. Air Force Reserves and a weather observer at the Savannah International Airport. Her interests include do-it-yourself projects, recreational painting and spending quality time with her family. At BIG, Amanda works as a graduate assistant at the Veterans Business Outreach Center (VBOC). The VBOC provides counseling and guidance to veterans interested in entrepreneurship and business development. During her time at the VBOC, Amanda hopes to make a difference in the lives of veterans as they pursue their goals of establishing or expanding their businesses.
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