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Chatham mba open house (10 5 2013 rc)
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Chatham mba open house (10 5 2013 rc)
Chatham mba open house (10 5 2013 rc)
Chatham mba open house (10 5 2013 rc)
Chatham mba open house (10 5 2013 rc)
Chatham mba open house (10 5 2013 rc)
Chatham mba open house (10 5 2013 rc)
Chatham mba open house (10 5 2013 rc)
Chatham mba open house (10 5 2013 rc)
Chatham mba open house (10 5 2013 rc)
Chatham mba open house (10 5 2013 rc)
Chatham mba open house (10 5 2013 rc)
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Chatham mba open house (10 5 2013 rc)
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  • Add IACBE member logo here
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  • Winner Pittsburgh Business Times’ 2012 Women in Business AwardsU.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) 2012 Western Pennsylvania and Region III Women in Business Champion of the YearBusiness Contributor, Essential Pittsburgh, 90.5 WESA MBA in marketing from The Fox School of Business at Temple University
  • Held positions in the commercial, technical and operational arenas of a Fortune 50 companyCo-founder and member of The Callidus Group, LLC, an organization providing entrepreneurial training Bob holds a B.S. and M.S. in Metallurgical Engineering from the University of Missouri
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  • http://www.chatham.edu/news/?p=145Chatham University hosts Obama Administration’s Startup America: Reducing Barriers Roundtables on April 28, 2011
  • Experienced data managerResearch featured on BBCResearch for WQED$10K grant from Institute for Fraud PreventionGrand Awards Judge for International Science & Engineering Fair, 2012
  • Before Chatham, Dr. DeLong was a Clinical Professor of Marketing in the A.B Freeman School of Business at Tulane University in New OrleansFormerly at Entergy an electric and gas utility companyAn active member of AMA—Pgh ChapterPublications:•DeLong, Deborah. "Experiential Learning within the Marketing Curriculum: An Integrated Approach." American Marketing Association: 2010 International Collegiate Conference Proceedings. April, 2010.•Craiger, J.P., Goodman, D.F., Weiss, R.J., & Butler, A.B. (1996). Modeling organizational behavior with fuzzy cognitive maps. International journal of Computational Intelligence and Organizations, 1(3), 120-133.•Hollwitz, J., Goodman, D., & Bolte, D. (1995). Complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act: Assessing the cost of reasonable accommodation. Public Personnel Management, 42, 37-48.•Conway, J.M., Jako, R.A., & Goodman, D.F. (1995). A meta-analysis of interrater and internal consistency reliability of selection interviews. Journal of Applied Psychology, 80, 565-579.
  • Research Interests: Labor, Economics of ImmigrationSeveral related publications:“Post-Migration Investments in Education and Job Search: A Family Perspective,” with Deborah Cobb-Clark and Chris Worswick in the Journal of Population Economics, 18:663-90 (2005).•“The Worldwide Market for Skilled Migrants: Can Australia Compete?” with Deborah•“The Job Search and Education Investments of Immigrant Families,” with Deborah Cobb-Clark and Chris Worswick, Discussion paper no. 290, Institute for the Study of Labor, Bonn April 2001•“Wives and mothers: The Labour-market experiences of married immigrant women in Australia,” with Deborah Cobb-Clark in Work Rich, Work Poor: Inequality and economic change in Australia, edited by Jeff Borland, Bob Gregory, and Peter Sheehan, Centre for Strategic Studies, Victoria University, 2001.•“A Family Affair: The Labor Market Experience of Immigrant Spouses”, with Deborah Cobb-Clark, Social Science Quarterly, December 2001 Vol.82, No. 4.
  • working in in the accounting field for over thirty years. industry, Big Firm Public Accounting (with Touche Ross & Co). self employed CPA/Registered Representative for the past 25 years
  • Her teaching motto is to "tie theory to practice" and all of her classes include experiential exercises.author/editor of the books, "Information Technology for the Practicing Physician," and "Healthcare Information Management Systems- A Practical Guide”nominee for the Robert Foster Cherry Award for national teaching excellenceRecipient of the Duquesne University Creative Teaching Award
  • Dr. Oates:•RN, Presbyterian School of Nursing (Philadelphia, PA) 1974•BA., University of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, PA) 1978•MBA., Wharton Graduate Division, University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, PA) 1980•Ph.D., University of the Sciences (Philadelphia, PA) 1999Dr. Kelly:David Kelly enjoys teaching health and health-related topics that make a difference in the lives of people in greatest need. He has taught nursing and other health administration and business courses at the undergraduate- and graduate-levels. David has had a long career as a health professional (registered nurse), educator, and administrator. Recently, he retired from the U.S. Public Health Service completing 42 years of government service (active and reserve). Most recently he served as a Deputy Executive Officer at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD. Some of his other assignments include: Director of the Commissioned Corps Academy, Senior Policy Analyst in the Bureau of Primary Health Care Office of Quality, Deputy Director in the Bureau of Health Professions Division of Health Careers Diversity and Development, and Nursing Bureau Chief in the Arlington Health Division of the Virginia Department of Health.David graduated with a Ph.D. in Business Administration with a specialization in healthcare administration from Northcentral University in Prescott, AZ. He also earned degrees in nursing and health administration and is certified as a public health administrator and emergency response coordinator responding to greater ten national disasters, including the 9/11 attacks on Washington, Dc and New York, hurricane Katrina, and numerous other hurricanes and ice storms. He also published several articles on nurse-managed centers.In his spare time, David can be found playing golf, pickleball, and hiking. He lives in Williamsburg, VA with his wife of 40 years, Kathleen.
  • Kit is Entrepreneur in Residence at Project Olympus. She provides students start-up advice, business strategy planning, connections to industry experts, advisors and the business community. She is a technical advisor to BlueTree Allied Angels and serves on the Screening Committeeformerly Senior Vice President for the Allegheny Conference on Community Development Mellon Financial Corporation as the Chief Operating Officer for Mellon LabShe has served on the Board of the Women’s Center and Shelter of Pittsburgh since 2003 and The Neighborhood Academy since 2006Athena Award Finalist 2012
  • David HassenzahlFounding Dean of the School of Sustainability and the Environment at Chatham University. He is an internationally recognized scholar of sustainability and risk analysis, and has spent more than two decades addressing subjects as diverse as climate change, energy, toxic chemicals, and public health.Co-Author “Should We Risk It?” with Daniel KammenUNLV Foundation Distinguished Teaching AwardB.A. in Environmental Science and Paleontology from the University of California at Berkeley, and a Ph.D. in Science, Technology and Environmental Policy from Princeton UniversityDavid HargravesVP Clinical Supply Chain UPMCManager Market Intelligence @ AlcoaMember of APICS -- the leading professional association for supply chain and operations management
  • Rufus RobotAmerican Society of Training and Development, Pittsburgh Chapter GoodGould (Sandra Gould Ford) Magee-Women's Hospital of UPMC (Bariatrics; Medical Weight Loss program) Barre LLC (nutrition bar) Spring 2013 Center for Women's Entrepreneurship (Quick Start program) Magee-Women's Hospital of UPMC (Bodychangers program) Magee-Women's Hospital of UPMC (Outpatient Pharmacy) Barre LLC (nutrition bar) 
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    • 1. Master of Business Administration
    • 2. why you belong here Women Focus • Successful women business leaders • Schedule designed to support working female professionals’ multiple roles and obligations • Center for Women’s Entrepreneurship connects theory to practice Entrepreneurial • Curriculum and programming prepare you to think and act entrepreneurially Sustainable • Sustainability is infused throughout MBA curriculum Healthcare Focus • Capitalizing on the region’s prestigious healthcare organizations
    • 3. what you can expect • Practical Experience – Client engagements take your career to the next level • Cutting-Edge Business Skills – In demand by today’s employers Integrity Business acumen Evidence-based decision making Specialized expertise • Expansive Professional Network – Center for Women’s Entrepreneurship – Executive in Residence – Professional faculty
    • 4. what you can expect • 37-credit curriculum can be completed within two years • Both qualitative and quantitative • Small classes (15-20 students) • Collaborative • Consulting engagements with real businesses and executives • IACBE accreditation anticipated by 2015
    • 5. what you can expect • College-Level Pre-Reqs (8 credits) – 4 “essentials” courses – Test out options available through CLEP • MBA Curriculum (37 credits) – 12 core courses (26 credits) – 5 courses within your chosen focus (11 credits) • Focus Options – Executive Leadership for Women – Healthcare Management – Strategy & Entrepreneurship – Sustainable Business
    • 6. Center for Women’s Entrepreneurship Chatham students attend all CWE events for free
    • 7. CWE Director Rebecca Harris, MBA
    • 8. CWE Executive in Residence Robert Graham, M.S.
    • 9. CWE Breakfast Series Friday, October 11 Women Business Leaders Breakfast Series 7:30-9:00 a.m. “Startup Funding Workshop” A panel of lenders discuss SBA loans and nonprofit financing.
    • 10. Think Big Forum
    • 11. Startup America, 2011
    • 12. MBA Program Director Rachel Chung, PhD
    • 13. Marketing Faculty Debbie DeLong, PhD
    • 14. Economics Faculty Marie Connolly, PhD
    • 15. Accounting & Finance Faculty Dan Hackett, MBA Deborah Prise, MBA
    • 16. Strategy & Entrepreneurship Focus Joan Kiel, Ph.D.
    • 17. Healthcare Focus Melanie Oates, Ph.D. David Kelly, Ph.D.
    • 18. Executive Women Focus Katharine “Kit” Needham, M.S.
    • 19. Sustainability Focus David Hassenzahl, Ph.D. David Hargraves, MBA
    • 20. real-world projects
    • 21. networking opportunities
    • 22. get involved • Graduate Student Assembly • Business & Entrepreneurship Club • Chatham Marketing Association • Graduate Assistantship • Limited grant-funded positions Athena Award, 2013 Pittsburgh Collegiate Marketing Summit, 2013 Google for Entrepreneurs, 2013
    • 23. where our alumni work
    • 24. time & cost savers • Pre-req exemptions through CLEP ($100 each) • Credit for work experience through PLA (50% tuition discount) • Free parking for evening class • Free bus rides with Chatham ID • Free access to CWE events • Free membership for professional MBA associations

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