100,000+ Alumni

No matter your graduation or your location, alumni status and its many advantages are yours to leverage for life. Join us as we celebrate this milestone and its meaning with solid gold grads from the W. P. Carey Class of 2019.

We caught up with Neeraj Madan (MS-BA '15) to talk about the W. P. Carey Alumni Council, his involvement in and outside of Arizona, and the mutual benefits of alumni-school engagement. For this Dallas-based W. P. Carey Sun Devil, “it’s a proud feeling to be a part of the world’s largest and strongest alumni community.”

Sun Devil 100 celebrates the achievements of ASU alumni who own or lead innovative businesses across the globe. W. P. Carey alums Carrie Dougher (BS Computer Information Systems ’15) and Jack Wight (BS Marketing ’15) were Top 5 honorees in the Class of 2018, giving official recognition to their elite status among ASU business leaders worldwide.

Recognized for career achievements and community involvement, Alumni Hall of Fame inductee Michael Staenberg (BS Business Administration '76) continues to demonstrate the power of doing good while doing well. We caught up with him to talk about his decision to support Camp Carey scholarships, the importance of philanthropy, and everything in between.

A scholarship fund honoring the late Robert K. Wexler (BS Accountancy '84) will take a W. P. Carey student all the way to Prague this year, thanks to the generosity of Wexler’s fraternity brothers. Jeff Barnes and Brian Amster joined Robert’s sister Beth Wexler in presenting a $2,500 check, on behalf of Mike Rosenthal (BS Economics '82, MBA '84) and other Sigma Nu alumni involved in the fundraiser.