Breakthrough® Fuel employees share tips with alma mater

Left to right: Alex Tilton ’14, Business Administration; Jared Spude, ’15 Political Science and Public Administration; Matthew Hart ’16 Computer Science; Kelly Williams, ’94 Organizational Communication; Carlene Frisque, ’13 Finance and History; David Zey ’99, Computer Science

Left to right: Alex Tilton ’14 Business Administration; Jared Spude ’15 Political Science and Public Administration; Matthew Hart ’16 Computer Science; Kelly Williams ’94 Organizational Communication; Carlene Frisque ’13 Finance and History and David Zey ’99 Computer Science

 

UW-Green Bay alumni employed by Breakthrough® Fuel served on a panel Tuesday morning in the Christie Theatre. They shared with current UW-Green Bay students the path that led them to work at Breakthrough® Fuel — a fast-growing, global transportation energy management firm located in downtown Green Bay. Currently 10 UW-Green Bay alumni work for the company, including founder and CEO Craig Dickman, a 1982 business administration graduate who serves as a member of the Chancellor’s Council of Trustees. Advice for the students in the crowd included “seize opportunities” and “embrace innovation.” Members of the panel spoke highly of their time at UW-Green Bay. Alumnus Jared Spud, ’15 Political Science and Public Administration referred to the University as a “big time school in a small town setting,” applauding the access to professors and great opportunities for students.