Wunmi (pronounced Woo me!) means desire in Yoruba (Nigerian). Which is what I am. I have passion and I burn. I love life sciences and profitable businesses. I love systems building and systems optimization. I am currently a scientist, business owner, MBA student and new mom... all at the same time. Hoorah!
Mitchell Gauger was a 2013 graduate of Kelley School of Business Indianapolis. He double majored in Management and Human Resource Management and also participated on the varsity swimming and diving team for 4 years. Mitchell was the president of the Kelley School of Business Society for Human Resource Management student chapter, served as a senator for the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis Student Government and IUPUI Undergraduate Student Government Council. Throughout his Kelley career, Mitchell participated in various internships including at the Indiana State House, Delphi Automotive, and the YMCA of Greater Indianapolis. One of his proudest moments at Kelley was being named a Top 10 Male Student at IUPUI along with 4 other Kelley students. He is currently involved in recruitment and admissions for Ivy Tech Region 5 and he is excited to see what a future in Higher Education Administration will bring for him. Mitchell is overly passionate about getting involved and encourages students to do the same. He is truly honored to say that he is a graduate of the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis, thankful for all the opportunities it has given him, and how it continues to give to thousands of students every semester. According to Mitchell, being part of Kelley really is being a part of a family that continues to serve even as you become a member of its historic alumni. Enjoy his blog posts and if you have any questions, comments, and or want to get in touch with him just email him at email@example.com Go Jags!
William “Eric” Raider holds a BS in business with a major in marketing from the University of Indianapolis (UIndy). He earned his master’s in education (2007) with a concentration in student affairs and worked in residence life and student activities at UIndy until December 2007. Beginning January 2008, Eric joined Kelley Indianapolis as an academic advisor. Over five years, Eric’s role in advising has shifted and is now the primary advisor for international students and works with our international partnerships and programs. Eric has never been sledding and he has a personal goal to read one book about each American president. He currently has three completed, one in process, and only 41 to go!