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Pinnacle Society

 

About the Pinnacle Society

The Terry College of Business Pinnacle Society was established in 2000 to recognize those dedicated alumni and friends whose cumulative individual lifetime giving to the Terry College totals $1 million or more. We are honored to share that beginning in 2022, we are recognizing the continued generosity and impact of our Pinnacle Society members with the creation of tiers within the Pinnacle Society.

  • Pinnacle - $1M+
  • Pinnacle Gold - $5M+
  • Pinnacle Platinum - $10M+

Every level within the Pinnacle Society is a milestone that we look forward to celebrating. The support of Pinnacle Society members help make possible the many achievements that secure the future of the Terry College.

Impact

  • Pinnacle Society members support more than 200 funds, programs, scholarships and academic chairs across the University of Georgia.
  • Pinnacle Society members have created or supported more than 50 chairs, professorships and scholarships within the Terry College.
  • Pinnacle members have provided for the construction/creation of the Business Learning Community.
  • They have named buildings and classrooms throughout the Business Learning Community.

 

Pinnacle Platinum - $10 Million +

Recognizing donors who have given $10 million or more.

2022

Chick-fil-A, Inc.

2014

Anonymous

2002

Anonymous

2001

*Mr. and Mrs. C. Herman Terry

Pinnacle Gold - $5 Million +

Recognizing donors who have given $5 million or more.

2021

Donald Carter and Gretchen Hitchcock

2019

M. Douglas and V. Kay Ivester

2018

*Tony and Joy Greene
Sanford and *Barbara Orkin

2017

Robert W. Woodruff Foundation

2013

*Mr. and Mrs. Alston D. Correll, Jr.

2008

Daniel P. Amos and  Kathelen Van Blarcum Amos

2007

Phillip and Betty Casey

Pinnacle - $1 Million +

Recognizing donors who have given $1 million or more.

2022

Sis and Jim Blanchard
Larry Dale Burns and Ann Roberts Burns
Ryan D. Katz and Amy J. Katz
Mark S. Mahoney
Scott and Linda Sink
Todd and Elizabeth Stevens
Becky and Howard Young

2021

Anonymous
Russell D. and Carran Gannaway

2020

*Anonymous
Brian and Anne Beckwith
Jeff and Stacy Rothenberger

2019

Susan M. Boyd
Jason M. Brady
Heather and Tommy Breedlove
Lisa and Terry S. Brown
Joseph Browne III
Ann and Jay Davis
Libba and Frank Foley
Dr. John Munro Godfrey, Sr. and Flavel McMichael Godfrey
Frank M. and Linda D. Henry
Thomas M. Newton

2018

*H. Edsel Benson
Larry Benson
Deloitte Foundation
Bob and Elisha W. Finney
Shell and Wyck Knox
The Morton Family 

2017

Truist
Georgia Power Company
KPMG Foundation
Catherine and Ted McMullan
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley L. Moore, Jr. 

2016

*Mr. and *Mrs. James G. Hull
Charles B. and Lynne V. Knapp
Winburn E. "Brother" Stewart
*John Treadwell Wasdin

2015

Doug and Mickey Benn
Shearon and Taylor Glover
Greg and Jennifer Holcomb
Marilyn M. and John F. McMullan
John W. and Cynthia W. Rooker

2014

*Roy A. Dorsey
Ernst & Young Foundation
O. Mason Hawkins

2013

Bill and Lisa Douglas
Renée and Hill A. Feinberg

2011

Anonymous

2010

Mr. and Mrs. George R. Fontaine
Mr. and Mrs. Jack P. Gibson

2006

Mr. and Mrs. C.V. Nalley, III
*Jane S. Willson

2005

Bebe and Earl Leonard

2003

*Mrs. James C. (Martha) Bonbright
Bradley-Turner Foundation
*Mr. Charles Howard Jenkins, Sr. 
*Mr. and Mrs. J. Warren Mitchell, Jr. 

2002

The Coca-Cola Company
IBM Corporation

2001

*Richard and Emily Acree
The Coca-Cola Foundation
*Mrs. J.B. (Dorothy) Fuqua
*Charles and Mary Sanford
*Emily H. and *Charles M. Tanner, Jr. 
Tull Charitable Foundation 

 

 

*Deceased

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