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Benjamin Foster ’02

Ben Foster
Director, Corporate Services and Clean Technology Practice, ScottMadden, Inc., Atlanta, Ga.Managing Associate, Corporate Services and Clean Technology Practice, ScottMadden, Inc., Atlanta, Ga.

Education:

B.A., Wofford College (2002)
MBA, Goizueta Business School, Emory University (2006)

Career Highlights:

Foster was student body president and team captain of the Wofford football team. He also was a Bonner Scholar and was named 2002 Arthur Ashe Scholar Athlete of the Year by Black Issues in Higher Education magazine. Foster graduated Phi Beta Kappa and earned the Dave Hart Post-Graduate Scholarship from the Southern Conference. After graduation, Foster moved to Atlanta to work for a privately held, industrial supply company and then went on to pursue his MBA at Emory University's Goizueta Business School. In 2006, Foster joined ScottMadden, Inc., a medium-sized, management-consulting firm providing business services to large companies in the energy, pharmaceutical/healthcare, manufacturing, and entertainment industries.

Since joining ScottMadden, Inc., Foster works in the Corporate Services Practice andplayed an important role in developing the firm's Clean Technology practice. Foster served on the Goizueta Business School's Curriculum Reform committee and is a member of the Urban League of Atlanta, Ga. Foster is also a member of the Society for Human Resources Management, Atlanta Chapter of the Institute for Supply Management and is a Certified Professional in Supply Management (CPSM).Foster was student body president and team captain of the Wofford football team. He also was a Bonner Scholar and was named 2002 Arthur Ashe Scholar Athlete of the Year by Black Issues in Higher Education magazine. Foster graduated Phi Beta Kappa and earned the Dave Hart Post-Graduate Scholarship from the Southern Conference. After graduation, Foster moved to Atlanta to work for a privately held, industrial supply company and then went on to pursue his MBA at Emory University's Goizueta Business School. In 2006, Foster joined ScottMadden, Inc., a medium-sized, management-consulting firm providing business services to large companies in the energy, pharmaceutical/healthcare, manufacturing, and entertainment industries. Since joining ScottMadden, Inc., Foster has played an important role in developing the firm's Clean Technology practice. Foster served on the Goizueta Business School's Curriculum Reform committee and is a member of the Urban League of Atlanta, Ga. Foster is also a member of the Atlanta Chapter of the Institute for Supply Management and is a Certified Professional in Supply Management (CPSM).

 


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