Warren Brown, founder and CEO of CakeLove, a Washington, D.C.,-based bakery, was welcomed by University of West Georgia faculty, staff, and students as well as community members to the Townsend Center for the Performing Arts on Wednesday night as he shared his insight into the business world and his journey through entrepreneurship.

CakeLove CEO Shares Sweet Secrets at UWG

Warren Brown, founder and CEO of CakeLove, a Washington, D.C.,-based bakery, was welcomed by University of West Georgia faculty, staff, and students as well as community members to the Townsend Center for the Performing Arts on Wednesday night as he shared his insight into the business world and his journey through entrepreneurship.

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A classroom at Tanner Medical Center in Carrollton was recently filled to capacity with women from all over the region ready to support and learn from each other at the third annual Women Empowering Women event.

Finding Your Voice: Third Annual Women Empowering Women Event Opens to Sold-Out Crowd

A classroom at Tanner Medical Center in Carrollton was recently filled to capacity with women from all over the region ready to support and learn from each other at the third annual Women Empowering Women event.

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Representatives from Chick-fil-A recently came to the University of West Georgia to highlight their shared values with students during the UWG Richards College of Business Chick-fil-A Showcase. The event, held during the college’s Chick-fil-A Day, was open to students, faculty, and staff, giving them the opportunity to hear from Chick-fil-A professionals about their philosophies on leadership, purpose, and customer service.

Value Share: Chick-fil-A Shares Values with UWG

Representatives from Chick-fil-A recently came to the University of West Georgia to highlight their shared values with students during the UWG Richards College of Business Chick-fil-A Showcase. The event, held during the college's Chick-fil-A Day, was open to students, faculty, and staff, giving them the opportunity to hear from Chick-fil-A professionals about their philosophies on leadership, purpose, and customer service.

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As thousands of students are getting ready to begin their school year, Carrollton native and Central High School graduate Emily Newborn is saying her final farewell to the University of West Georgia. In late July, she walked across the stage during summer commencement to collect her master’s degree in management after finishing the one-year MBA program. Now, she is preparing to start her career at Meeting Expectations in Atlanta as a marketing specialist.

Around the World and Back Again: Carrollton Native Discovers Multiple Learning Experiences Abroad, at Home

As thousands of students are getting ready to begin their school year, Carrollton native and Central High School graduate Emily Newborn is saying her final farewell to the University of West Georgia. In late July, she walked across the stage during summer commencement to collect her master's degree in management after finishing the one-year MBA program. Now, she is preparing to start her career at Meeting Expectations in Atlanta as a marketing specialist.

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