Jess Bibbee recently received his Masters of Business Administration from West Virginia University.
Dr. Vitullo welcomed the parents and visitors to the hooding ceremony. In her opening address, she expressed the pride that the faculty had in this 2015 class, stating: “This class is one of the brightest and determined classes we have seen here at WVU. They worked hard and were always ready to help each other through any project.”
The graduates were each introduced and hooded by chosen faculty members. Newly appointed MBA director Nancy McIntyre congratulated the class and encouraged them to: “Make West Virginia proud. We expect you as WVU students to do great things. Go First, dream big.”
After the hooding ceremony, the students and guests enjoyed dinner and a program. The students presented a slide show of student activities and study abroad programs as well as faculty biographies and student personalities voted by the class. Bibbee participated in the China study abroad program and received “Most Likely to Own A Business” from his classmates. Following graduation, he accepted a position with Enterprise at their Chapel Hill, NC location as a manager trainee.
Bibbee is a 2008 Point Pleasant High School graduate and a 2013 graduate of WVU with degrees in Business and Spanish. He is the son of Keith and Julie Bibbee of Point Pleasant and the grandson of Jo Ann Sommer of Southside and the late G.C. “Pete” Sommer and the late Russell and Gwyn Bibbee.
Article submitted by Julie Bibbee.