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Eight Questions With: Terrie O’Hanlon

If you could teach a college class, what would it be called, and what would it cover? I’d call it “Put Money to Work for You,” and I would teach it for free. High school and college core curricula don’t include basic financial principles essential to wisely earning, spending, saving and investing to build wealth [...]

Eight Questions With: Todd Smith

If you could teach a college class, what would it be called? And what would it cover? Civil Discourse: The art of giving and hearing diverse perspective with respect – in real life and on digital platforms. What can't you live without? I like to explore new places. The good news is that new adventures [...]

Eight Questions With: Angela Culver

If you could teach a college class, what would it be called? And what would it cover? I’d call it “Meet me at the intersection of Art and Science: How to Monetize Marketing” and it would cover how to create predicable results in all areas of marketing that can be linked back to the company’s [...]

Eight Questions With: Leo Tucker

If you could teach a college class, what would it be? If I could teach a college class, it would be called “Get out of your bubble” and it would cover how to gather information on all sides of an argument or issue and make up your own mind. What is the best business advice [...]

Eight Questions with Randi Drinkwater

If you could teach a college class, what would it be? I’d call it “Ease and Grace,” and it would cover living life powerfully and living a life you love – learning to relax, knowing that you’re doing everything right, and that the universe has your back. What is the best business advice you’ve ever [...]

Eight Questions with Wendi Freeman

If you could teach a college class, what would it be? It would be called “Adulting” and it would cover all the things college doesn’t prepare you for when living in the real world. What is the best business advice you’ve ever received? When I graduated from college, my dad told me “Don’t get in [...]

Eight Questions with Michelle Neverdon

What is the best business advice you’ve ever received? During my tenure as a Channel Marketing Director, I supported a distribution channel of 500+ financial institutions with 890 sales reps. The advice given to me was “Michelle, you can support individual marketing requests with a team of three marketers – you’ll burn out and you’ll burn [...]

Eight Questions with Alex Gobbi

If you could teach a college class, what would be? It would be called “Ready, Fire, Aim” or “Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should,” and it would cover the basics of good marketing – audience, message, outcome, media mix. In today’s age of urgency, speed, emails and texts, the volume of ineffective marketing [...]

Eight questions with Kimberly Whitler

What is the best business advice you’ve ever received? Wow, that's really tough as a first question – I've been influenced by a lot of people. Deb Henretta from Procter & Gamble said “Anybody can make something simple complicated. It takes somebody really smart to make something complicated simple.” That has stuck with me forever – [...]