Seven graduates of the Honors College at Georgia State University are recipients of the university’s Alumni Association 40 Under 40 award, which recognizes the most influential and innovative alumni who are younger than 40.
The 2020 Class of 40 Under 40 awardees include:
- Ursula Godoy-Arbelaez (B.B.A. ’01, MBA ’08), vice president and treasurer of CatchMark Timber Trust Inc.
- Domenic Innocenti (B.B.A. ’11, M.P.A. ’12), vice president of Medalist Partners Corporate Finance
- Kelly Minor (B.A. ’10), assistant professor of psychological sciences at Winston-Salem State University
- Antonio Molina (A.S. ’11, J.D. ’18), attorney at Heidari Power Law Group
- Sam Mullman (B.A. ’15, J.D. ’18), associate at Ballard Spahr
- Kiana Nicholas (B.A. ’12), digital research and analytics manager at CNN
- Kalif Robinson (B.A. ’17), foreign service officer with the U.S. Department of State
In addition to the honors alumni, Jacob English, the director of the Honors College’s Office of National Scholarships and Fellowships also is a recipient. English is a triple Panther, having earned his B.S. in exercise science, M.S. in sports administration and Ph.D. in education psychology from Georgia State.
The 2020 Class of 40 Under 40 alumni will be honored at an awards ceremony and reception on March 26 at The Fairmont in Atlanta.