The annual list, which recognizes successful UGA alumni under the age of 40, includes
five Terry alums with an undergraduate degree and four Terry grads who earned multiple
degrees. Nominations were open from February to April, and more than 550 alumni were
nominated for this year’s class. Honorees must have attended UGA and uphold the Pillars
of the Arch, which are wisdom, justice and moderation.
The honorees will be recognized during the eighth annual 40 Under 40 Awards Luncheon
on Sept. 13 at the Georgia Aquarium. Here are the nine alumni with Terry ties:
Ivey Evans (BBA ’06, ABJ ’06, MBA ’13) of Columbus is a social purpose manager at
Aflac. At Terry, she majored in marketing.
Chloe Kelley (BBA ’06) of New York City is a senior vice president at PIMCO. She majored
in international business.
Capt. William Keyes (BBA ’10, BS ’10, MA ’10, JD ’13) of Washington, D.C., is a captain
in the U.S. Army and prosecutor with the Department of Defense. He earned four degrees
from UGA: bachelor degrees in statistics and economics, a master’s in economics and
a law degree.
Ryan Leveille (BBA ’13) of Atlanta is a global design manager in the innovation lab
at General Electric. He majored in management information systems and is presently
in the Georgia MBA program.
Lucas Puente (AB ’10, BBA ’10) of San Francisco, Calif., is the lead economist at
Thumbtack. He majored in finance.
Latham Saddler (BBA ’05) of Washington, D.C., is a U.S. Navy SEAL and director of
intelligence programs at the National Security Council. He majored in economics.
Adrianna Samaniego (BBA ’10) of San Francisco, Calif., is co-founder of Area 120 at
Google Inc. She majored in finance.
Amy Washington (BBA ’09) of Bogart is the founder and executive director of Kupendwa
Ministries. She was a marketing major.
Michael Williams (BSED ’01, MBA ’06) of Kennesaw is a finance director at The Home
Depot. He graduated in sports studies from the College of Education and returned to
Georgia for his MBA degree.