On April 21, Georgia Tech’s College of Engineering held its annual Alumni Awards Induction Ceremony at the Four Seasons Hotel. Of 26 honorees, two are alumni of the School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering.
Each year, the College of Engineering recognizes, with an invitation-only induction ceremony, select alumni who have contributed to the profession, advanced in their careers, and enhanced the lives of others both personally and professionally. These outstanding alumni are reviewed by committees within each of the eight schools within the College and formally submitted for selection.
This year's ChBE inductees are:
Robert “Bud” Moeller (Engineering Hall of Fame)
BS ChE 1976
Partner, Booz Allen Hamilton and Accenture (retired)
After graduating from Georgia Tech, Moeller enjoyed a 25-year career in management consulting, serving as a partner first with Booz Allen Hamilton and later at Accenture. He is a world-renowned expert in corporate transformation and business combinations, leading strategic change for global companies on five continents. He helped build and lead practices at both consulting firms that earned him the highest awards for innovation and thought capital.
Moeller also has an ongoing 30-year racing career focused on driving Formula One cars at venues around the globe and is a driver in Ferrari’s factory racing program. He has broken the outright lap record at five tracks in North America.
Moeller sits on more than six non-profit boards and currently serves on the Georgia Tech School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Advisory Board. He now provides strategic advice and mentorship to his daughter, founder and CEO of Mobius, a systems engineering company that has been recognized by Entrepreneur Magazine as a Top 30 Start Up.
Ashley B. Hancock (Academy of Distinguished Engineering Alumni)
BS ChE 1990
Co-founder & CFO, Intent Solutions
Hancock, who holds an MBA from Northwestern University, currently serves as the co-founder and CFO of Intent Solutions, an Atlanta-based technology-enabled healthcare services company. Intent Solutions began in 2013 as a portfolio company of Innovetica, LLC, Hancock’s boutique technology incubation firm.
From 2011 to 2013, he served as executive director of the Southeastern Medical Device Association (SEMDA), a non-profit, regional industry association focused on medical technology. Beginning in 2006, he managed medical device portfolios for both C.R. Bard and EndoChoice, accountable for national markets.
Hancock began his career in 1990 in the chemical industry with BP Amoco Chemical Company, providing oversight of engineering, manufacturing, operations planning, and supply chain optimization. He contributes to Georgia Tech through mentoring and advising aspiring student entrepreneurs in navigating the pitfalls of the startup world.