When Jeremy Razar (BS Accountancy ’94) was between jobs in the summer of 2018, he was finally able to embrace the musical passions that his software sales career had devoured for 27 years after graduating from W. P. Carey.

Entrepreneur and W. P. Carey mentor Lendrick Robinson (MS-FIN ’16) believes that access to mentorship is a brilliant idea for students. Throughout his career, he has switched roles from mentee to mentor, and credits much of his success to many of his mentors and mentees in life.

Seattle-based enterprise software executive Dave Yorita (MBA ’84) focuses on guiding customers through their digital transformation to meet key strategic initiatives and outcomes. Throughout his career, and especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, he has been committed to helping companies drive operational efficiency and productivity that leads to positive outcomes during challenging times.

The New Virtual Career Center at ASU’s W. P. Carey School of Business Connects Students With Resources, Information, and Employers Targeted to Their Stage in School and Work.

Assistant professors of information systems, Victor Benjamin and Xiao Liu, started off as students and now work side by side at W. P. Carey.