An advocate for the Arizona community, Rudy R. Miller is a high energy individual who is passionate about helping young professionals through scholarship and lifelong mentorship.
The chapter is committed to supporting Hispanic and Latinx undergraduate scholars through mentorship and scholarship opportunities.
This August, W. P. Carey is celebrating Black Philanthropy Month by delving into what it means to be philanthropic and Black.
An ASU MRED alum explains how he and fellow advisory board members give back and help open doors for others in one of Arizona’s hottest industries.
When she found the courage to share her story, Michelle Cirocco (MBA ’08) empowered other women to tell theirs.
Throughout her nearly 40 years at the university, Kay A. Faris held many roles of critical importance to student success. W. P. Carey interviewed Faris to learn more about the history of the school's emergency scholarship fund.
Marcie LePine, associate professor of management and entrepreneurship, knows the difference a scholarship can make. Because of her experience, LePine has always looked for opportunities to support students at ASU.
What does the future of doing good look like? Research shows women in the lead. Accountancy alum and entrepreneur Trish Gulbranson shows it's about more than just dollars and cents.