Seven seniors honored at 2020 Mizzou ’39
Seven Trulaske College of Business undergraduates received this year’s Mizzou ’39 honors. Each year, the Mizzou Alumni Associations recognizes 39 outstanding seniors for their academic performance, commitment to leadership and service to the community. Read more about this year’s seven honorees:
- Thomas Cater III is from Smyrna, Georgia, majoring in business administration (finance emphasis). He has served as president of the Mizzou chapter of the National Association of Black Accountants and is involved in the Epsilon Delta chapter of Omega Psi Phi, the Mortar Board Honor Society, the Legion of Black Collegians and the Missouri Students’ Association. His mentor is Daryl Smith, assistant teaching professor at Trulaske.
- Nicole Cummings is from Parkville, Missouri, majoring in business administration (finance and real estate emphasis). She is involved in the Cornell Leadership Program, Delta Gamma and CUREageous Cups. Her mentor is Mary Beth Marrs, director of enrichment programs and strategic initiatives at Trulaske and the Harry M. Cornell, Jr. Director of the Cornell Leadership Program.
- Hope Dorsey is from Dallas, Texas, majoring in business administration (marketing emphasis). She has served as a Camp Trulaske director in the summer of 2019 and an MU Tour Team new hire training coordinator. She also served as the Cornell Leadership Program class coordinator, Trulaske College of Business Ambassador and is an Omicron Delta Kappa Distinguished Top Fourteen.
- Shelby Haskins is from Lamar, Missouri, majoring in accountancy at the School of Accountancy. She has served as president of the Mizzou chapters of Alpha Delta Pi and the Panhellenic Association. She is also involved in Mizzou Student Outreach. Her mentor is Shannon Ferguson, director of the 150-hour Master of Accountancy program in the School of Accountancy at Trulaske.
- Tyler Hoffmann is from O’Fallon, Missouri, majoring in business administration (finance emphasis), math and statistics. He is a University of Missouri Honors College Discovery Fellows Program undergraduate researcher in financial mathematics. Additionally, he is involved in the Cornell Leadership Program at Trulaske and the Omicron Delta Kappa Honors Society at Mizzou. His mentor is Mary Beth Marrs, director of enrichment programs and strategic initiatives at Trulaske and the Harry M. Cornell, Jr. Director of the Cornell Leadership Program.
- Justin Mattingly is from St. Louis, Missouri, majoring in accountancy. He is involved in the Mizzou chapter of the business fraternity Alpha Kappa Psi, as well as the Trulaske College of Business Student Council, Mizzou After Dark: Up All Night, Mizzou Alternative Breaks and the Mizzou Running Club. His mentor is Jeff Wiese, assistant dean of undergraduate programs and student services.
- Sarah Wingbermuehle is from Eureka, Missouri, majoring in accountancy. She is the CFO of Mizzou’s chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta, a team leader for the MU Tour Team and has served as secretary and vice president of the Trulaske College of Business Student Council. She is also involved in Alpha Kappa Psi and the Catholic Students Association. Her mentor is Robert Bailey, assistant dean emeritus of law and academic counselor.