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What money means - Class Notes Extras
June 2010 Issue
Frank Hanna Frank Hanna’s time at UGA was productive in many ways; the Foundation Fellow and National Merit Scholar was active in Mortar Board, Blue Key and Sphinx and was one of UGA’s first Truman Scholars. But it was also during his college years that Hanna developed the many interests—business, law, public policy, education, writing and media—that have led to his varied career. While studying finance as an undergraduate, Hanna became fascinated with a team project that revealed business planning as a big puzzle requiring making educated decisions about an uncertain future. He also developed an idea that became the basis for the first company he started with brother David (BBA ’86) in 1989. Twenty-plus years later the two still are partnered with investment firm Hanna Capital. But Hanna is concerned with more than just making money, which he sees as a “wonderful blessing” but also a tool that can be misused. In 2008 he published What Your Money Means …
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