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Mr. Ulysses “Skip” Bennett ‘67
Bennett received his bachelor’s degree in business administration
from BSC and his MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of
Business. He has served in posts for the Internal Revenue Service,
General Mills, and at Mobil Corporation, where he was vice
president of finance and CFO of its then-Signature Group in
Chicago. He also worked briefly as an insurance agent and planner
for Connecticut General and New England Financial before starting
Bennett Financial in 1985 in Arlington, Texas. He was the first
African-American graduate of Birmingham-Southern College.
Dr. H. Newton Malony ‘52
Maloney is Senior Professor of Psychology in Fuller Seminary’s
School of Psychology. He has a Master of Divinity degree from
Yale University and a PhD from George Peabody College. He
is a scholar and author of several books in his field. He is also
a licensed psychologist and an ordained United Methodist
minister, with professional involvement in many professional
associations. His areas of specific expertise include: transactional
analysis, clinical psychology, psychology of religion, integration of
psychology and theology, and religious tolerance.
Senator J.T. “Jabo” Waggoner ‘60
Waggoner currently serves in the Alabama State Senate and
represents Jefferson and Shelby counties’ 16th district. He has the
longest record of service of any legislator from Jefferson County in
Alabama history. He received his B.A. degree from BSC and his law
degree from the Birmingham School of Law. His career began in
the Alabama House of Representatives, where he served for 17 years.
He has served in many roles on state congressional committees
and for the Republican Party. He has won numerous community
and professional awards for his outstanding service and serves on a
number of boards and professional society committees.
Craig Langford ‘00
Langford serves as Senior Advisor to AARP’s Executive Vice
President, who oversees the organization’s social mission
operation—including government relations and advocacy,
education and volunteerism. AARP, a nonprofit with a membership
of more than 37 million Americans, works to strengthen
communities and advocates for issues such as healthcare, job
security and retirement planning. Langford came to AARP from
the Home Depot Corporation, where he helped pioneer a strategy
Outstanding Young Alumni Award Recipients 2013
Distinguished Alumni Award Recipients 2013
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