- Dr. Miller, now Professor Emeritus at Bucknell University, was Christian R. Lindback Professor of Management until his retirement in 2005. He was visiting professor at École Supérieure de Commerce du Centre in Tours, France and at Doshisha University in Kyoto, Japan; Director of Admissions and Student Affairs at Yale Un
- As a regional Vice President for the international career development program INROADS, which boasts locations in 48 cities in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and South Africa, Pat Merritt spent 18 years translating the leadership needs of the organization's 600 corporate clients into practical and demanding academic and social goals for its 5500 interns, achieving a 100% alumni placement rate for the interns with whom she worked.
Heavily involved in strategic planning and implementation for the organization, Pat nurtured relationships with some
- “Creativity is not a skill, method, or technique. It’s not even a way of life... it’s a way of living.”
Dave Robison has been fascinated by the creative process from the moment he created his first Curious George fan fiction at the age of seven. That act of creation was a jolt to the system, a heady rush that he pursued throughout his life.
Active in theater, writing, and art of all types, Dave secured a theater degree followed closely by a graphic design degree.
His professional career careened through various industries as he employed his diverse skills for print shops, janitorial sup
- Betsy Jones learned what a working business looks and feels like by working inside a family firm for fourteen years, starting at age six. With friends, she started her first venture, a professionally printed newspaper for her junior high school, at age 14. Run entirely by students, the tabloid-sized paper printed on time, paid for itself and made a profit from its ad sales. She credits the immersive learning experience within her family business for its success.
Betsy has written widely for internal audiences and for publication, producing business columns, press releases, technical white p