Anderson, Indiana

Falls School of Business Testimonials


John DeFoggi, DBA grad

Tue, 2009-10-27 11:50 -- univcomm

My time in the Anderson University DBA program enriched my Christian experience without diluting the academic focus or challenge. I left the program having made some really good friends. I became aware of other church backgrounds from my cohort members, and I had a greater appreciation for the body of Christ.

- John DeFoggi, Consultant, Business Process & Technology Management

Steve Walker, MBA friend

Mon, 2009-10-26 16:26 -- univcomm

We began offering the Anderson MBA program to our employees more than five years ago. Today, we have several MBA's who have graduated and more in the pipeline. Our high-potential people compete for the spots we offer as it is perceived to be a great benefit. From the company's standpoint, it is not simply a retention method but a way that we develop people for our future.

-Steve Walker, President and Chief Executive Officer, Walker Information

Dottie Swartz Anstine, 2006 marketing grad

Mon, 2009-10-26 16:20 -- univcomm

During my senior year at FSB, I jumped on board with AMG. Throughout the year I treaded unmarked territory and tried to develop a real marketing team. Without much experience, this proved to be a challenge, but it was quite exciting. If this thing worked, it could be an invaluable opportunity not only for my team and myself but for future students. Building the team and structuring AMG taught me how to take initiative, which I have brought to my future position.

Dana McCallian Byers, 2000 finance grad

Wed, 2009-08-12 16:10 -- univcomm

My husband Chris (1999 finance grad) and I formed Blue Door Ministries, Inc., from our home in London, England. We aid in providing free resources for churches in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. We also administrate live online church experiences several times each week in partnership with My personal focus is on creating a strong online community of believers and lost people wanting to learn more about Jesus through training, small groups, and missions.