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by Amy Wolf | Posted on Monday, Mar. 4, 2013 — 1:22 PM
The Vanderbilt Americas MBA for Executives program at Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management is co-hosting learning events March 6 in Atlanta and March 7 in Houston. Both events will introduce local executives to Vanderbilt’s Executive MBA programs and feature a panel discussion and reception.
The Atlanta event, co-hosted by restructuring and financial advisory firm Conway MacKenzie, is titled “Smart Supply Chain Strategies Applied Globally.” The panelists will be Van Conway, CEO of Conway MacKenzie; Paul Jacobson, chief financial officer at Delta Air Lines; Tom Lawson, partner in global integration at Deloitte Consulting; and Andrew Lobo, director of talent management and development at The Coca-Cola Company. The event, which begins at 5:30 p.m., will be held at the midtown Piedmont Driving Club.
The Houston event, co-hosted by Credit Suisse, is titled “Trends Shaping the Global Energy Industry.” The panelists will be Tim Perry, managing director of energy investment banking at Credit Suisse; Robert Traband, managing director of credit risk management at J.P. Morgan; and Jack Williams, president of XTO Energy. The event, which begins at 5 p.m., will be held at 919 Milam.
These are no-cost, no-obligation events, although participants are asked to register at owen.vanderbilt.edu in advance. For more information, call (615) 322-3120.
Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management is ranked among the top 25 business schools nationwide by U.S. News & World Report, Bloomberg Businessweek and Financial Times. Visit owen.vanderbilt.edu for more information.
Written by Seth Robertson.
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