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A Few Seats Still Available for Catawba College's 3rd Annual CEO Lecture Series

April 01, 2009

Category: Business & Economics, Events


KaneJeff Kane, a 31-year veteran of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, will speak on "Public Policy Implications for the Economic Crisis" on Tuesday, April 7th at 11 a.m. in the Hedrick Little Theatre of the Robertson College-Community Center on the Catawba College campus. A luncheon will follow. Musical entertainment by Erin Harper will begin at 10:45 a.m.

There is no admission charge; however, reservations are required and may be made by e-mailing Cecilia Stach at cfstach@catawba.edu or calling (704) 637-4405. Only 22 seats remain available for the lecture.

Sponsored by the Business Advisory Board of the Ralph W. Ketner School of Business, the lecture is the third in a series. The previous speakers include Bob Ingram of GlaxoSmithKline and Ellen Ruff of Duke Energy.

Joey Popp of Charlotte, chair of the Business Advisory Board, will again serve as emcee for the event. Also appearing on the program will be Dr. Craig Turner, President of Catawba College; Professor Pam Thompson, Chair of the Ketner School of Business; Dr. Ken Clapp, Senior Vice President and Chaplain; and Phil Kirk, Vice President for External Relations.

Gold sponsors for the lecture include Duke Energy, Walker Marketing and Ralph W. Ketner. Silver sponsors are F&M Bank, Dick Smith, and Dr. Charles Muse.


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