Wright State faculty, alumni named to Dayton’s ‘Forty Under 40’ list

Once again, Wright State University is well represented in the Dayton Business Journal’s annual “Forty Under 40” awards.

Four faculty members and eight graduates were named to the paper’s 2017 list, which honors some of the Dayton region’s brightest young professionals.

Faculty honorees:
Jason Fruth
Associate professor and program director, Intervention Specialist Program in Teacher Education
College of Education and Human Services

 

Subhashini Ganapathy
Assistant professor, Biomedical, Industrial and Human Factors Engineering
College of Engineering and Computer Science

 

Zakiya Robinson
Adjunct faculty
College of Nursing and Health
Director, Premier Health

 

 

Karen Wonders
Professor, Exercise Science, and director, Sports Science
College of Education and Human Services
CEO, Maple Tree Cancer Alliance

 

 

Alumni honorees:
Jeff Graley
Owner, Mile Two
M.S. in Engineering, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, 2014
College of Engineering and Computer Science

 

Beth Graves
President, Prime Controls
Master of Business Administration, Management Information Systems, 2003
Raj Soin College of Business

 

Jesse Grigsby
Director of operations, Krush Technologies
B.S. in Management Information Systems, 2009
Raj Soin College of Business

 

Mitch Heaton
Project manager, Dayton Development Coalition
B.S. in Business Management, 2003
Raj Soin College of Business

 

Joshua Lake
President, The Lake Group
B.S. in Financial Services
Raj Soin College of Business

 

 

Kurtz Miller
Montgomery County Educational Service Center
Master of Education, 2002
College of Education and Human Services

 

Andrew Platt
Managing director, Northwestern Mutual
B.S. in Finance, 2009
Raj Soin College of Business

 

 

Brad Roediger
Manager, CareSource
Master of Public Administration, 2010
College of Liberal Arts
An awards banquet will be held May 18 at 5:30 p.m. at Sinclair College. Ticket information is available on the Dayton Business Journal website.

The Wright State Raj Soin College of Business is a title sponsor of the event.

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