Mosholder selected as 2017 top graduating senior for College of Business Administration
The Karl E. Vogt Outstanding Senior Award recognizes the College of Business’s graduating senior who has demonstrated superior scholarship and participation, leadership, and excellence in campus and/or community activities. The 2017 Karl E. Vogt Award was presented to Jennifer Mosholder, who specialized in sales and services marketing and finance. The announcement was made at the Class of 2017 Graduation Luncheon.
Mosholder has taken advantage of the many opportunities offered by the College to lead and to serve. Included in her long list of leadership activities is her role as a College of Business Student Ambassador the past two years. Mosholder was vice president and a leadership board member of this organization which works with Dean Ray Braun to promote the College to all of its stakeholders as well as organize and promote College events. She also served as the company relationship manager for the College, working closely with its corporate partners.
Beyond the College of Business, Mosholder was chapter president, vice president of chapter operations, and finance director for Alpha Phi International Women’s Fraternity. She participated in numerous community events such as Dance Marathon and Bikes for Tikes which benefits the Children’s Miracle Network, and the One Grey Dress Project, raising money and awareness to end human trafficking.
As far as internships, Mosholder was a wholesale marketing intern for Marathon Petroleum Company in Atlanta, GA, and a financial leadership development intern for Owens-Illinois, Inc. in Toledo.
After graduation, she has been hired as a service sales associate for Columbus-based Otis Elevator, a subsidiary of United Technologies.
The other nominees for the Karl Vogt Award were Anderson Okuley, accounting; Emily Gunner, economics; Christina Green, management; and Erin McConnell, supply chain management.
This award was named in honor of a former dean of the College of Business.