McCormick Stevenson’s Principal Engineer, J.B. Wright, is featured in the University of South Florida (USF) Foundation’s recent Donor Stories, a series of articles recognizing impactful gift planning efforts made by USF alumni. J.B., who graduated from USF with a degree in Industrial and Management Systems Engineering in 2005, has been giving back to the school ever since, by volunteering his time to help current students learn skills they typically would not learn in their technical coursework.
In addition to volunteering his time, J.B. has been very generous to the school financially. In an effort to leave his own legacy, J.B. created an estate gift plan and dedicated $50,000 to form the J.B. Wright Scholarship Fund, which will provide scholarships to first-year engineering students.
McCormick Stevenson is incredibly proud of the impact J.B. continues to make with USF and is honored to have him as a member of our team. View the full Donor Stories article by visiting the USF Foundation website.