Wake Forest’s Calloway School of Business names six to Board of Visitors

Wake Forest University recently named six new members to the board of visitors of the Calloway School of Business and Accountancy. The new members will serve on the board until 2005.

The new members are Emily Neese Babcock of Winston-Salem, chief financial officer of Universal Solutions; Cynthia Evans Tessien of Winston-Salem, corporate finance director of Inmar Enterprises Inc.; Moira E. Davis of New York, N.Y., vice president and associate media director of BBDO, New York; Patrick G. Jones of Atlanta, executive vice president of Ptek Holdings Inc.; Charles L. Melman of Charlotte, partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers, L.L.P.; and Caroline Murray of Raleigh, senior consultant with Best Practices Group of GE Mortgage Insurance.

Babcock, Davis, Jones, Murray and Tessien are alumni of the Calloway School.

The Calloway School is ranked among the top 10 percent of undergraduate business programs in the United States. More than 400 students are currently enrolled in the school, which offers four-year degrees in business, analytical finance, mathematical business and information systems and a five-year degree program to earn a bachelor’s and master’s in accountancy. The Calloway School also offers a master’s degree in accountancy for students who have already earned an undergraduate degree.

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