Spring Hill College congratulates five stellar alumni who have been named to Mobile Bay’s 2018 Class of 40 Under 40. Chosen by Mobile Bay magazine, 40 Under 40 is a program designed to recognize 40 of the top individuals younger than age 40 who demonstrate leadership, professional excellence and a commitment to the Bay area community.
Cory Bronenkamp '11 (BA, MBA) is a Development Project Manager for Elcan and Associates, Inc. and also the President of the Mobile Chapter of the Spring Hill College National Alumni Association. In only six years, he has established himself as a leader in commercial retail development, managing more than 35 projects across a territory of 11 states. He has completed more than $60 million in development projects. A former Badger soccer player, he also assists with coaching duties for the Spring Hill team. In his spare time, Cory volunteers as a mentor with Big Brothers Big Sisters and is on the Young Professionals Board of Camp Rap-A-Hope.
Jennifer Davis ’12 (BS) is an Assistant Director of Human Resources for Premier Medical Group, Inc. While there, Jennifer has taken on demanding tasks such as completing the Affordable Care Act requirements and establishing supervisor training programs. At only 26 years old, she earned her Professional in Human Resources certification. She also serves on the board of the Mobile Medical Group Management Association.
Margaret Delaney '13 (MLA) is the Theatre Guild Director and Middle School Art Teacher at UMS-Wright Preparatory School. In addition to being named the “Coolest High School Teacher” in Lagniappe’s 2018 Nappie Awards, Margaret has made a name for herself as a popular community theater actress. Her UMS-Wright drama productions are known for her elaborate design elements and visual effects, and under her leadership, the group has earned a state championship trophy and two all-star cast member awards.
Robert Matthews '04 (BS) is Partner with Burr & Forman, LLP and was valedictorian of his class on The Hill. He was named the Alabama Super Lawyers “Rising Star” in the business/corporate category for 2011 – 2015, as well as a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent Rated Lawyer and the Mid-South Super Lawyers “Rising Star” in the banking category for 2016 – 2017. He served as Chairman of the Mobile Bar Association’s probate and estate section, serves on the advisory board for the Center of Real Estate and Economic Development in Mobile and was chosen to be in the Class of 2019 for Leadership Mobile.
Brandi Richardson '11 (MA) is the West Campus Director at Cottage Hill Christian Academy. While an undergrad, Brandi worked in Washington, D.C., interning under Congressman Jo Bonner. She spent time teaching at Faith Academy and St. Luke’s Episcopal School before moving on to Faulkner State Community College (now Coastal Alabama Community College), where she still teaches night classes in the history department. She is currently the youngest upper school director in the area.
For more information about our outstanding alumni, the other members of the Class of 2018 or the 40 Under 40 program, please read this article from Mobile Bay.