Mason School of Business Graduates 1,200

George Mason’s School of Business walked 1,200 students at this year’s graduation ceremony, bringing the school’s total alumni count up to more than 28,000. Each year at graduation time, the School of Business also takes time to recognize the top graduate in each program—those students who went above and beyond during their time at Mason. This year’s Outstanding Award recipient from the School of Business MBA program is Kristina Stuhler.

Stuhler has always been a volunteer. In high school she focused on helping the less-fortunate and disabled in her local community. At Virginia Tech, she continued her community service as treasurer of her service sorority, Chi Delta Alpha. She was a student there when the 2007 Virginia Tech shooting occurred and, despite being a victim herself, dedicated time to work with and support other victims.

After graduating from VT, Stuhler volunteered for the USO by organizing and facilitating events for the families of deployed marines and sailors. She also volunteered with the Family Readiness Team at Camp Lejeune, which helps Marine Corps families with deployment emergencies that ranges from casualty notifications to assistance with relief planning from unexpected family financial events.

Currently, Stuhler volunteers as a CFO for a local non-profit, the Art of Driving, which focuses on education surrounding teen driving and safety issues. She also volunteers with Catholic Charities assisting immigrants with the naturalization process.

Congratulations to Stuhler and the rest of the George Mason School of Business graduating class.


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Max Pulcini

Max Pulcini is a Philadelphia-based writer and reporter. He has an affinity for Philly sports teams, Super Smash Bros. and cured meats and cheeses. Max has written for Philadelphia-based publications such as Spirit News, Philadelphia City Paper, and Billy Penn, as well as national news outlets like The Daily Beast.

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