Every year, Stetson University hosts its annual Leadership Stetson event, giving alumni the chance to network and celebrate their continual growth in their chosen profession. Attorney Trinity Hundredmark of Andersen, Tate & Carr was honored to be invited to attend the highly selective eleventh annual Leadership Stetson event, for her continued leadership in her community and in the university.
Hundredmark, who graduated from Stetson with her bachelor’s in business administration in 2001, received her Juris Doctorate, cum laude, from the University of Georgia School of Law in 2004. She was one of the first two students at Stetson to be awarded the J. Ollie Edmunds Scholarship, a college based program designed to attract top student scholars with leadership potential.
The Leadership Stetson program, chaired by former U.S. Senator Max Cleland, is designed to help increase the number of alumni like Hundredmark that are actively engaged with Stetson University, and help develop and grow the next generation of Stetson’s leadership. Modeled after other leadership programs like the ones offered by local Chambers of Commerce and others, Leadership Stetson also allows alumni to see the inner workings of the university, and inspire further volunteer efforts to benefit both students and the community.
This year’s speaker was Lt. Col. Mike Waltz , a former Green Beret who transitioned into running a multi-million dollar company, as well as writing a book about his time in the military. You can read her reactions to the impassioned talk here, and get a look into the incredible work Stetson University continues to accomplish.