Rowan University's Rohrer College of Business honors alumni


Rowan University’s Rohrer College of Business recently presented its first three Distinguished Business Alumni Awards as part of its 40th anniversary celebration.

Rowan University’s Rohrer College of Business recently presented its first three Distinguished Business Alumni Awards as part of its 40th anniversary celebration.

The College gave the honors to Sarah Piddington, Dorothy Stubblebine and Paul Tully in recognition of exemplifying the highest principles of the business profession and making outstanding contributions to the field of business and to society.

Piddington earned a B.S. in business administration with a specialization in management information systems in 2003 and an M.B.A. in 2005. A resident of Glassboro, she is the director of sponsored programs and technology transfer, Office of Sponsored Programs, at Rowan University. She also has served as director of outreach and interim director of the Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship at Rowan University, interim director of the South Jersey Technology Park at Rowan University and project manager/business specialist for the Rohrer College of Business. She has served on the boards of the New Jersey Business Incubator Network, Entrepreneurs Forum of Southern New Jersey and Nonprofit Development Center of Southern New Jersey. The National Association of Women Business Owners named her Business Advocate of the Year in 2010. Piddington and her husband, Josh, are the parents of a son.





Stubblebine earned a B.S. in business administration in 1980 and also studied at Widener University and the University of Maryland. The West Deptford resident is a principal with DJS Associates, a human resources firm she founded in West Deptford. Dorothy also has been employed with Career Concepts Intl., Elkin-Sinn and K-Tron International. A certified Senior Professional in Human Resources, she is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management and past president of the local chapter, the Greater Philadelphia Senior Executive Group, the Philadelphia HR Planning Society and more. She is the first (and only) College of Business alum to serve as president of the Glassboro State/Rowan University Alumni Association. She also is vice president of the Rohrer College of Business Advisory Board and regularly speaks to business classes. Active in many other community organizations, Stubblebine is married to Michael Wierski and has four children and 11 grandchildren.




Tully, of Wenonah, earned a B.S. in management in 1999. He is founder of Eagle Wealth Strategies, Wenonah, an independent firm that provide clients with comprehensive wealth management, retirement and investment planning services. Founded in 1989, the firm currently manages in excess of $200 million for area businesses and families. He serves as a board member and treasurer of the Rowan University Foundation and a member of the advisory board of the Rowan Student Managed Investment Fund, and he speaks often to Financial Management Association students. He is vice president of the Gateway Regional Board of Education and a founder of The Bank of Gloucester County. Tully has been chairman of the Underwood Memorial Hospital Foundation, president of the Wenonah Athletic Association and district chairman of the Southern New Jersey Boy Scouts. He is married to Kathy and is the father of three sons.