Four successful Lakeland College alumni returned to campus on Tuesday to share insights and advice with current and prospective students.
The Lakeland College Business Colloquium featured 1992 graduate David Antonini, 2007 graduate Barkha Limbu Daily, 2000 graduate Samantha (Marr) Tonn and 1990 graduate Andrew Viglietti.
The graduates began their morning with a panel discussion with prospective Lakeland students and their guests. Then the alumni had a panel discussion for current Lakeland business students. Finally, the featured guests split up for more focused discussions with current Lakeland students interested in their professions.
Antonini, who earned his degree in accounting and later earned an MBA from UW-Oshkosh in 2005, is the chief financial officer of FineLine Holding, a Georgia-based company that provides technology and logistics to retail-based customers.
Daily, a native of Nepal who graduated with degrees in marketing and international business, owns and operates the highly decorated Thiensville, Wis., restaurant, The Cheel.
Tonn, who majored in general education and psychology, is vice president of quality, risk and corporate compliance for Prevea Health Care in Green Bay.
And Viglietti, who earned his Lakeland degree in accounting and an MBA in finance from Concordia, is the administrator of the Sharon S. Richardson Community Hospice in Sheboygan Falls, Wis.