The award is given annually to 10 outstanding individuals who received undergraduate or graduate degrees from Clemson University within the past 10 years and who exemplify Clemson’s core values of honesty, integrity and respect. Recipients are recognized for their impact in business, leadership, community, educational and philanthropic endeavors.
Aneskievich, a Hanahan native, has Clemson undergraduate degrees in Spanish and international trade (2010) and marketing (2011). In 2015, she earned two master’s degrees, in business administration and international business, through the dual MBA/MIB partnership between Clemson’s Greenville-based MBA program and the IÉSEG School of Management in Paris.
Her professional career began in 2011, when a Clemson student internship with Piedmont Natural Gas led to her becoming the first associate in the company’s Business Leadership Development Program. She held posts in Charlotte and Greenville and was selected for the company’s Compass Program for leaders and change agents.
She joined BMW Group in 2015 as an associate in its highly selective Global Leadership Development Program and had the opportunity to work in Munich, Germany, and San Luis Potosi, Mexico. In her current talent management role, she is an internal consultant with BMW entities from Canada to Argentina for building long-term strategies for human capital success and works with colleagues at Plant Spartanburg on Upstate recruiting and human resource marketing initiatives.
Through the Greenville Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Greenville program, Aneskievich was a lead volunteer in the effort to reopen and revitalize the teen center in Pleasant Valley, a historically underserved neighborhood in the city. She also is active with Upstate SC Alliance’s “It All Adds Up Campaign” to promote living and working in Upstate and is a board volunteer with Upstate International.
As president of Clemson’s MBA Alumni Council, she led alumni support of the MBA Student Association’s One Main Roar, an annual event that has raised more $25,000 for ALS clinics in the Upstate. She frequently participates in networking and mentoring activities for MBA students.
Members of the Clemson family nominate potential Roaring10 honorees, who are then selected by the Clemson Young Alumni Council. The 2021 award presentation will occur during the fall.
The primary mission of the Clemson Young Alumni Council is to support the goals of the Clemson Alumni Association specifically on matters pertaining to young alumni. The Clemson Alumni Association is an open-membership, nonprofit organization that exists to connect alumni with their alma mater. Through a variety of programs and services, the Alumni Association works with alumni around the world to ensure they have a Clemson Experience every day.