During Black History Month, we're recognizing the success of alumni featured in past W. P. Carey magazines.
Since ASU’s innovative real estate education initiative launched in August 2006 with MRED, it has seen 406 students earn their master’s degree in real estate development in the nine-month program.
Carson Griesemer (BA Business Sustainability ’18) followed his passion for entrepreneurship, learning not every business venture pans out. Thanks to ASU connections, he's found success in commercial real estate.
Wondering what to get your friends and loved ones this year? In the holiday spirit, we're highlighting a few alumni-owned and led companies from the past and current W. P. Carey Sun Devil 100 winners.
ASU alumna creates functional active wear that empowers women in their fitness and well-being goals.
Seth Crawford (BS Marketing ’94, MS Agribusiness ’97), has spent years working in the farm equipment industry — he’s appreciative of the W. P. Carey and ASU network and the mentors he’s met along the way.
Danny Holton has always had a passion for sustainability. As a third-year student, focused on corporate responsibility, he realized how much he appreciated coursework infused with a global perspective, and decided to apply for the Fulbright Fellowship in Malaysia.
Soul Carrier owner Jennifer Boonlorn (BS Marketing ’01), has navigated difficult circumstances — like the loss of her parents months before her graduation — with an incredible amount of foresight.
The W. P. Carey School of Business at ASU has added a new hybrid in-residence format for the Executive MBA program.
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.