Alumni Profiles

Logan WeilandLogan Weiland ‘12

After graduation, Logan entered Masters of Accountancy (MAcc) Program at Miami University. During his time there he was awarded the Co-Miami MAcc Student of theYear and was recognized as a AICPA Legacy Scholar. He was 1 of 10 students nationwide to earn a 2012-2013 AICPA/Accountemps Scholarship. Logan now works for Ernst and Young in downtown Cleveland in their Assurance practice.

“Attending Heidelberg was one of the best decisions I have made in my life. At Heidelberg the professors not only care about you as students they also care about you as a person. I always knew the door to my professors’ offices were open. These discussions were not limited to course material. I recall numerous conversations that covered topics that assisted me in achieving my goals at the university as well as goals I set for the beginning of my career.”





Kate Loar

Kate Loar '12

Kate is currently in a graduate program at the University of Cincinnati pursuing an MA in Arts Administration at the College-Conservatory of Music and an MBA. She is the CCM Preparatory Department Development Graduate Assistant and an intern with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. This summer, she will be completing development internships with the Nashville Symphony Orchestra and the Frist Center for the Visual Arts.

"I was able to opt out of several MBA requirements due to my experience at Heidelberg and have a discernibly stronger business grounding than many of my MBA colleagues. I plan to seek a career in the not-for-profit sector, and a Heidelberg business degree makes me a more attractive candidate to employers and allows me to stand out within a field that is looking for business acumen. I am particularly grateful to have been the first student on the board of the Patricia Adams Lecture Series, which gave me experience interacting with donors, working with administration, and being included in important decision making as a student." 


Jeremy Tiller

Jeremy Tiller '08

While at Heidelberg Jeremy interned with the State of Ohio Auditor’s office and was offered employment after graduation. The knowledge and experiences Heidelberg University provided have shaped Jeremy’s work ethic and skill set and enabled a successful start to his career.  

Currently Jeremy is employed by Scotts Miracle-Gro. He joined the company in February, 2011 as a member of the Internal Audit department. In 2012 he transitioned to his current position as the Global Controls Product Portfolio Manager. He is responsible for overseeing the execution of product innovation, enhancements and transitions.

Jeremy is also wrapping up his MBA from Ashland University, specializing in Supply Chain Management.




Martin DoxeyMartin Doxey ‘06

After graduation Martin moved to Stuttgart Germany to be close to his family. He started out as a contractor in the automotive industry filling different positions. He was a personal assistant for a General Manager and filled an interim management position. A promotion allowed him to travel within Europe which shaped the course of his business endeavors.

“I became more interested in how companies were ran and what was necessary to implement business strategies that would improve a company’s success.” With that in mind, he moved to the aerospace industry where he was involved in engineering controlling. After three years of working in project management, he took over a project consisting of designing, engineering and manufacturing a segment for an Airbus A340 VIP airplane. He later returned to the automotive sector where he is currently leading a full vehicle engineering project with MBtech, an engineering and consultant service firm, as a Senior Project Manager.

“Being at Heidelberg not only gave me the invaluable knowledge of excellent business fundamentals, but also the opportunity to grow as a person. My time there laid the groundwork to knowing how to work with a diverse variety of people from different cultural backgrounds and walks of life. My last project took me to Russia. It was a great experience that reminded me of my college days, where having an open mind and accepting differences was fostered by all faculty members. The diversity definitely helped prepare me for such an experience. Life is full of surprises and not only did Heidelberg help to prepare me for most things, but also to be smart enough to adjust for what text book teachings can’t prepare.”