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Austin Morgan

Two years ago, Austin Morgan was named COO and secretary/treasurer of T.L. Wallace Construction Company, a Columbia-based construction firm with nearly 300 employees. However, the University of Southern Mississippi graduate was hardly intimidated by his new responsibilities. In 2013, T.L. Wallace Construction was recognized by the Mississippi Business Journal as one of the Top 100 privately owned businesses in the ...

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Nathan Moore

Some might say Nathan Moore is wrapped in maroon and white. Moore is the director of development for the College of Architecture, Art & Design at Mississippi State University. His duties include soliciting major gifts on behalf of the college, the state’s only school of architecture and largest construction management program. Under Moore’s leadership, the MSU Foundation has raised funds ...

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Brandon D. Meeks

Ask Brandon Meeks about his role model and he’ll answer with his father, Gary Meeks. Living in Arizona, the Meeks family moved to Mississippi so that Brandon and his brother could “become more than a number.” Today, Meeks is the owner and principal agent of the Meeks Agency, a full-service Shelter Insurance franchise that provides insurance to over 700 families ...

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Chris Madison

For Chris Madison, relationships are important in building trust and producing results. The Waynesboro native is a senior manager for HORNE LLP, a Ridgeland-based accounting firm. Madison works closely with state and local governments providing analysis, design and implementation of best practice solutions for federal grant compliance. In 2006, Madison served as a technical adviser for HORNE’s Hurricane Katrina response ...

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Josh Mabus

The value of strategy in the context of creativity drives Josh Mabus as the owner of The Mabus Agency, an award-winning, full-service marketing and advertising boutique in Tupelo. Possessing a “creative class gene,” Mabus strives to raise the bar for creativity in Mississippi and the Southeast. A native of Pontotoc, Mabus has earned nine Telly Awards for television commercials since 2011 ...

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Kimberla M. Little

Kimberla Little is assistant vice president for human resources with Regions Financial Corporation. She has direct oversight for over 500 Regions employees in the bank’s south Mississippi geographical area. A Jackson native, Little’s corporate responsibilities include all aspects of the human resources function, with a direct emphasis on recruiting, employee relations, performance management, employee development and compensation. Before joining Regions, ...

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Robert D. King Jr.

Aside from his job, Robert D. King Jr. considers family to be his number one life priority. He and wife Julianne are the proud parents of a 1-year-old son, and King proclaims that being married and becoming a father is his most significant personal accomplishment. The New Albany native is a shareholder with The Koerber Company, a Hattiesburg-based accounting firm. ...

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Kenneth L. Jones

For Kenneth Jones, communication is the key to building relationships in the professional arena. The Yazoo City native is the senior marketing executive for LabCorp and is responsible for implementation of marketing and communication strategies. Before going to LabCorp, Jones worked for Apria Healthcare and was the company’s top Gulf States sales representative for six consecutive years. He also was ...

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Alyson Bustamante Jones

A native of Miami,  Alyson Jones joined Ridgeland law firm Butler Snow in 2004 and became a partner in 2012. The only female Hispanic partner at the firm, Jones is a member of Butler Snow’s Pharmaceutical and Medical Device litigation group and the firm’s Recruiting Committee. In the community, she serves on the board of Friends of Children’s Hospital and ...

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LaKeysha Greer Isaac

As a sixth-grade student in Magnolia, LaKeysha Greer Isaac had never met an attorney, but became inspired by the story of Constance Baker Motley, one of America’s pioneering civil rights lawyers. Today, Isaac is a partner with Jackson law firm Cosmich Simmons & Brown and following the lead of her hero. Her practice focuses on complex toxic torts, products liability ...

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