Recent Alumni Council

Panel Discussion

Jay Horn headshot

Jay Horn is a Senior Wealth Advisor at Trusted Capital Group in Austin in their private wealth division and a guest lecturer on Personal Finance courses at Texas State. He is a double graduate from Texas State, with an undergraduate degree in Business Management and Entrepreneurship, and his MBA as well.  Since graduation, he has remained closely connected to the university as an engaged alumni, serving as current Chair of the Recent Alumni Council, Past Chair for the Young Alumni Council, and a mentor in many capacities.  He lives in Kyle with his wife, Alicia (a fellow Bobcat), and their children, Kai and Kennedy.

Grant King headshot

While at Texas State, Grant King majored in marketing with a concentration in sales. He has since made a career out of sales and entrepreneurship, from selling custom suits with the Tom James Company, to selling real estate, and now owning his own personal chef brand on the sids — all the while working as a multi-family relationship manager at Google in Austin. 

Anthony Martin headshot

Anthony Martin is a Strategy Consultant in the Analytics & Cognitive practice at Deloitte, specifically aligned to the Data Strategy offering. He has over seven years of corporate finance, risk, and data experience specializing in scenario analysis, liquidity/operational risk, investment management, process mining, and data strategy.

Anthony has a passion for impact consulting and works with Bankers Without Borders to deliver growth strategy and go-to-market projects. Additionally, he’s held key support positions focused on sustainability at his previous firm to manage the carbon offsets workstream.

Before Deloitte, Anthony gained extensive experience at J.P. Morgan and Bank of America Merrill Lynch, where he developed proficiencies in financial analysis, data modeling, stress testing on idiosyncratic events for banking capital requirements, investment portfolio management, business case development, and c-suite stakeholder management.

Business Leadership Week
Student Development Workshop
Tuesday, February 22, 2022
3:30 – 4:45 PM

Minifie Atrium (McCoy Hall 434)