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The Daniel M. DiLella Center for Real Estate extends a heartfelt congratulations to Dan DiLella, recipient of the 2011 Rev. Joseph C. Bartley, OSA, Alumni Medallion. Thank you, Dan, for all that you have done for Villanova University and especially for your vision, leadership, and generosity to establish the DiLella Center for Real Estate at VSB.


CONTENTS

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FROM THE PRESIDENT

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VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY HIGHLIGHTS

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FROM THE INTERIM DEAN

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VILLANOVA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS

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PROGRAM AGENDA

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KEYNOTE SPEAKER AND PANELISTS

10 UNDERGRADUATE BUSINESS PROGRAMS 11 GRADUATE AND EXECUTIVE BUSINESS PROGRAMS 12 VILLANOVA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS EXECUTIVE SPEAKER SERIES 13 VILLANOVA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS DEAN’S FUND FOR STRATEGIC INITIATIVES 14 DEAN’S ADVISORY COUNCIL 15 ACCOUNTING ADVISORY COUNCIL 16 ACADEMIC CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE 16 Center for Global Leadership 18 The Daniel M. DiLella Center for Real Estate 20 Center for Marketing and Public Policy Research 22 Center for Innovation, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship 24 Center for the Study of Church Management 26 Center for Business Analytics 28 EXECUTIVE DIRECTORY 38 VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY AND VILLANOVA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS CONTACTS

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FROM THE PRESIDENT

Dear Villanova Alumni, Parents, and Friends, Welcome to Villanova University’s second annual Business Leaders Forum sponsored by the Villanova School of Business (VSB). I am delighted to welcome and thank our distinguished speakers and panelists who have graciously given their time and talent to participate in the Forum. Their insights into today’s economy from both a policymaker and an industry executive’s perspective are certain to generate a lively discussion. VSB will present its prestigious alumni medallion at the Business Leaders Forum dinner. Congratulations to Daniel M. DiLella ’73 VSB, president and CEO, BPG Properties, Ltd., the 2011 recipient of the Rev. Joseph C. Bartley, OSA Alumni Medallion. The Bartley Alumni Medallion is the highest honor bestowed upon a Villanova School of Business alumnus/a in recognition of outstanding service to his/her community, Villanova University, and the School of Business. Dan is a selfless, generous, and loyal Villanovan, making him a very deserving recipient. It has been quite an eventful year for Villanova University beginning with a successful reaccreditation from the Middle States Commission on Higher Education; a record number of incoming student applications; the appointment of Jean Ann Linney, PhD as the new dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; the launch of Phase I of the Transformation of the Campus Landscape project; and my extensive travels to over 22 cities—more to follow in the fall—to present the University’s new Strategic Plan to alumni, parents, and friends. I would be remiss if I did not formally acknowledge and congratulate James M. Danko, the new president of Butler University. I am extremely grateful for his vision and leadership over the last six years. As we begin the search for the new dean, I feel confident that Interim Dean Kevin D. Clark, PhD will continue to build the momentum and execute VSB’s strategy. Thank you for your participation in this year’s Business Leaders Forum and for your leadership and service to Villanova University. I look forward to your continuing involvement as we work together to achieve the University’s strategic goals. Sincerely,

Rev. Peter M. Donohue, OSA, PhD, ’75 A&S President Villanova University 2

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VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY HIGHLIGHTS

Catholic Social Teaching and Global Poverty Conference The Vatican’s Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace president Cardinal Peter Turkson was the keynote speaker at the annual conference hosted by Villanova’s Office for Mission and Ministry and the Journal of Catholic Social Thought. The event focused on Catholic Social Teaching’s approach to global poverty.

New Dean for Liberal Arts and Sciences Jean Ann Linney, PhD was appointed dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Linney is an accomplished teacher-scholar with distinguished achievement in teaching, research, and administration.

Student Filmmakers Honored Students from the Center for Social Justice Film received the United Cerebral Palsy 2011 Outstanding Youth Award for the short documentary “Coming off the DL.” The film followed two Villanova students with cerebral palsy who overcame the prejudice and fears of others to excel both in the classroom and as managers for the men’s and women’s basketball teams.

Waterhouse Institute Lawrence Waterhouse Jr. ’59 A&S provided a generous gift that launched the Waterhouse Family Institute for the Study of Communication and Society (WFI). Through cutting-edge research and student programs, as well as the hands-on involvement of communication scholars and professionals from around the globe, this new institute explores the ethical dimensions of communication and its role in creating social change.

New Dean for Villanova School of Law John Yukio Gotando, JD became the sixth dean of the Villanova School of Law. A distinguished scholar and member of the Villanova community for 16 years, he is recognized as one of the world’s leading authorities on damages in international law.

Fulbright Awards Four 2011 graduates won Fulbright Teaching Assistantships: Kathleen Devlin (Malaysia), Colleen Knill (South Africa), Mary Kulhowvick (Indonesia), and Tiffany Locke (Germany). The Fulbright U.S. Student Program offers opportunities to pursue international graduate study, advanced research, and teaching. Awardees teach English in their host countries while becoming fully integrated into the local community.

Global Health Center The College of Nursing launched the Center for Global and Public Health, which aims to leverage the interdisciplinary expertise, resources, and scholarly endeavors of Villanova and its partners to serve as a locus for integrative and experiential educational experiences that examine the relationships between biological, cultural, political, and socioeconomic factors that influence health and illness worldwide.

Campus Transformation Phase I of the three-year Transformation of the Campus initiative began. This project is designed to improve the quality of life for students and community members while enhancing the visitor experience. The goal is to create a campus that is vehicle-free, pedestrian-friendly, more accessible to people with different mobility needs, and more aesthetically beautiful.

Social Entrepreneurship Competition A multidisciplinary team of seven students won first place at the Villanova Social Entrepreneurship Competition (VSEC) for their project, Nova Mobile Health. Their plan sought to bring healthcare services to remote, impoverished villages with limited access to modern technology.

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FROM THE INTERIM DEAN

Dear VSB Stakeholders and Friends, I am pleased to serve as VSB’s interim dean for the 2011-12 academic year. I offer hearty congratulations to former Dean James M. Danko for his outstanding leadership and wish him much success as president of Butler University. I was quite fortunate to work closely with Jim on VSB’s strategy these past six years and am excited about the next chapter in VSB’s rise to national prominence. As steward of the #7 ranked undergraduate business school in the nation, please know that I will aggressively execute our strategy, building upon VSB’s momentum, to ensure that we realize our goals. It is my distinct pleasure to welcome you to VSB’s 2011 Business Leaders Forum. I am delighted that Charles I. Plosser, president and CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, is with us today to present his perspective on the economy from a policy standpoint. I am also pleased to welcome Neil Irwin, national economic correspondent for The Washington Post, who will moderate our distinguished panel of executives—Lynn Elsenhans, chairman and CEO of Sunoco, Inc.; James O’Donnell ’63 VSB, CEO of American Eagle Outfitters, Inc. and Villanova trustee; and Terence O’Toole, co-managing partner of Tinicum Capital Partners II, LP and Villanova University chairman of the board of trustees. I’m certain that our notable guests will provide an interesting and dynamic session that will engage you in dialogue and debate. In addition to addressing the group during lunch, I hope to have an opportunity to meet many of you personally. As we begin a new academic year, I will press forward with VSB strategic initiatives and focus on the importance of aligning great faculty with great students. I am committed to recruiting and retaining the best and brightest faculty who excel in the classroom as well as in their area of research. I hope that you enjoy this year’s Business Leaders Forum. I highly value your engagement with the Villanova School of Business and the University and deeply appreciate your continuing support. Please do not hesitate to contact me directly if I can be of any help to you. I look forward to working with you in the coming year. With best regards,

Kevin D. Clark, PhD Interim Dean Villanova School of Business

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VILLANOVA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS HIGHLIGHTS 2010-2011

VSB Ranked #7 in the Nation

Lumen Gentium Award

Bloomberg Businessweek recognized VSB as one of the best undergraduate business schools in the nation with its #7 ranking. VSB performed exceptionally well in a number of categories: #2 in the nation for “Overall Academic Quality;” A+ student grade in “Teaching Quality;” and A student grade in “Job Placement.”

Charles Zech, PhD was awarded the 2010 Lumen Gentium Award by the Conference for Pastoral Planning and Council Development, for extraordinary pastoral leadership and influence on Church programs.

Aspen Institute Case Competition MBA students took second place in the Aspen Institute Business & Society International Case Competition. Nearly 1,000 students from 25 leading business schools participated in the competition, which challenges students to devise corporate social responsibility and sustainability initiatives for a major organization, taking into consideration profitability and environmental, social, and ethical issues.

Business Without Borders VSB’s Business Without Borders (BWB) student group was named Net Impact Chapter of the Year for 2010. Net Impact is an organization that aims to use business to create a socially and environmentally sustainable world. VSB’s BWB group is one of 48 Net Impact undergraduate chapters in the U.S.

Ray M. Sommerfeld Award Shelley Rhoades-Catanach, PhD was honored with the Ray M. Sommerfeld Outstanding Tax Educator Award.

Journal of Advertising Award Charles R. Taylor, PhD, the John A. Murphy Endowed Chair in Marketing, won the Journal of Advertising’s Best Article Award of 2010 for the paper he coauthored titled “Measuring Soft-Sell versus Hard-Sell Advertising Appeals.”

Warren Buffet VSB was one of 48 schools, out of 200 that applied, to be invited to meet Warren Buffet, primary shareholder, chairman, and CEO of Hathaway Inc.

National Media Recognition

Lauren Zales ’12 VSB and Tara McHugh ’12 VSB received Net Impact’s Force for Change Award for their work in Nicaragua, where they utilized hydro-electricity to provide  60 households with electricity.

More than 35 VSB faculty members, appearing in over 120 publications and on news programs around the world, offered expert opinions to the news of the day or authored articles based on their research. VSB was featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, and The Chronicle of Higher Education. VSB faculty also made appearances on nationally televised networks, including the CBS Morning Show and CNBC.

Richard W. Pollay Prize

Darretta Endowed Chair in Finance

Ronald P. Hill, PhD, the Richard J. and Barbara Naclerio Endowed Chair in Business, received the 2010 Richard W. Pollay Prize for his work in the study of marketing in the public interest.

Professor of finance Michael S. Pagano, PhD became the inaugural Robert J. and Mary Ellen Darretta Endowed Chair in Finance. As chair, Professor Pagano will partner with international scholars and universities and direct curricular and programmatic developments to prepare students for the rapidly changing and increasingly global business community.

Net Impact Force for Change Award

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PROGRAM AGENDA

Wednesday, September 28, 2011 NETWORKING, COCKTAILS, AND DINNER 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. Villanova University Main Campus Connelly Center, Villanova Room Keynote Speaker Scott M. O’Neil ’92 VSB President Madison Square Garden Sports

Rev. Joseph C. Bartley, OSA Alumni Medallion Presentation 2011 Recipient Daniel M. DiLella ’73 VSB President and CEO BPG Properties, Ltd.

INDUSTRY PANEL AND OPEN DIALOGUE 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. CEO Perspective on the Economy Moderator Neil Irwin National Economy Correspondent The Washington Post

Panelists Lynn L. Elsenhans Chairman and CEO Sunoco, Inc.

Terence M. O’Toole ’80 VSB Co-Managing Partner Tinicum Capital Partners II, LP

James V. O’Donnell ’63 VSB

Thursday, September 29, 2011

CEO American Eagle Outfitters, Inc.

REGISTRATION 7:45 a.m. Villanova University Conference Center Main Lobby 601 County Line Road Radnor, Pennsylvania 19087

LUNCH 11:45 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Remarks Rev. Peter M. Donohue, OSA, PhD, ’75 A&S

BREAKFAST 8:30 – 9:45 a.m. Villanova University Conference Center Main Dining Room A Policymaker’s Perspective on the Economy Charles I. Plosser, Keynote Speaker President and CEO Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia

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President Villanova University

Kevin D. Clark, PhD Interim Dean Villanova School of Business

VSB ADVISORY COUNCIL MEETINGS 1:30 – 4:30 p.m. Open to advisory council members only


KEYNOTE SPEAKER AND PANELISTS

Keynote Speaker

DR. CHARLES I. PLOSSER President and Chief Executive Officer Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia

Charles I. Plosser became the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia’s 10th president and chief executive officer on August 1, 2006. Before coming to Philadelphia, he was the John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics and Public Policy and director of the Bradley Policy Research Center at the William E. Simon Graduate School of Business Administration, where he also served as dean from 1993 to 2003. He was also a professor of economics in the Department of Economics at the University of Rochester, a senior research associate at the Rochester Center for Economic Research in the university’s College of Arts and Science, and a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He has also been a visiting scholar at the Bank of England and the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. Plosser has lectured to academic and business audiences worldwide on topics ranging from management education to economic and public policy issues. The author of numerous academic articles and a participant in scores of professional seminars and conferences, Plosser has also served as co-editor or associate editor of three prestigious journals of economics and referee for over a dozen others. His research and teaching interests include topics on monetary and fiscal policy, long-term

economic growth, and banking and financial markets, and his articles have appeared in numerous leading economic journals. Plosser earned PhD and MBA degrees from the University of Chicago, and he received a bachelor’s degree in engineering (cum laude) from Vanderbilt University. Plosser has served as a consultant to numerous corporations, including Chase Manhattan Bank, Eastman Kodak Company, and The Wyatt Company, on topics ranging from strategic planning and forecasting to portfolio and pension fund management, capital budgeting, and financial analysis. He has served as an advisory board member of the Rochester New Enterprise Forum, the Metropolitan Advisory Board of Chase Manhattan Bank, and the University Technology Seed Fund, LLC. Plosser served as chairman of the board of directors of the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management from 1995 to 1997. From 1996 to 2000, he served on the board of directors of ViaHealth, Inc., where he also served as secretary, member of the Executive Committee, and chair of the Governance Committee.

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Panelist

Panelist

LYNN L. ELSENHANS

JAMES V. O’DONNELL

Chairman and CEO Sunoco, Inc. Sunoco Logistics Partners L.P.

Chief Executive Officer American Eagle Outfitters, Inc.

Lynn Elsenhans joined Sunoco in August 2008. A veteran oil industry executive with domestic and international experience in manufacturing, marketing, and strategic planning, Elsenhans joined Sunoco after 28 years with Royal Dutch Shell. Her last assignment with Shell was as executive vice president, global manufacturing. From 2003 to 2005, Elsenhans served concurrently as president of Shell Oil Company and president and chief executive officer of Shell Oil Products U.S. Elsenhans is on the board of directors of International Paper Company, United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania, and the Texas Medical Center. She serves on the Council of Overseers for the Jones Graduate School of Business at Rice and the Business Council for the Arts. She is a trustee of Rice University. Elsenhans graduated from Rice University with a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematical Science in 1978 and earned an MBA from Harvard Business School in 1980.

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James O’Donnell has served as American Eagle Outfitters’ chief executive officer and a member of the board of directors since November 2000. Prior to joining the company, O’Donnell served as president and chief operating officer of Lyte, Inc. From 1997 to 2000, O’Donnell served as director of merchant banking for Colman Capital Advisors, Inc., and as a project consultant for the Everett Koop Foundation. Prior to that, O’Donnell was an owner and chief executive officer of Computer Aided Systems, Inc. From 1980 to 1992, O’Donnell held various executive positions at The Gap Inc., including executive vice president and chief operating officer (1989-92). He was also a member of the board of directors for The Gap Inc, beginning in 1987. O’Donnell graduated from the Villanova School of Business in 1963 and is currently a member of the board of trustees at Villanova University.


Panelist

Moderator

TERENCE M. O’TOOLE

NEIL IRWIN

Co-Managing Partner Tinicum Capital Partners II, LP

National Economy Correspondent The Washington Post

Terence O’Toole is the co-managing partner of Tinicum Capital Partners II, LP, a private investment partnership based in New York City.

Neil Irwin writes about the U.S. economy and the Federal Reserve for The Washington Post. He has been the newspaper’s lead reporter covering the 2007-09 recession, financial crisis, and government response. He has been at the Post since 2000 and in that span also has covered the Washington area regional economy, real estate development, and Internet companies.

Prior to joining Tinicum in January 2006, O’Toole spent 21 years at Goldman, Sachs & Co., where he was a partner, a member of the investment committee and the partnership committee, and the chief operating officer of the principal investment area (PIA)–the private equity investing arm of the firm. O’Toole was one of the founding members of the PIA, and was responsible for a number of the firm’s investments. He is currently a member of the board of Liberman Broadcasting, Inc., R360 Environmental Solutions, Inc., Enesco Holdings, LLC, and Skyway Towers LLC. O’Toole received his undergraduate degree from Villanova University in 1980 and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business in 1983, where he was named the Henry Ford Scholar as the top student in his class. He is currently the chairman of the board of trustees at Villanova and is a trustee of the Pingry School in New Jersey, where he was the chairman of the investment committee. He was a member of the Stanford Business School Trust from 2001 to 2006 and was chair from 2005 to 2006. He was a member of the investment committee of the Goldman Sachs Foundation from 2008 to 2010.

Irwin has won two “Best in Business” awards from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers, in 2005 and 2009 (the latter as part of a group), and one of his articles was published in The Best Business Stories of the Year 2003 anthology. He appears regularly as an analyst on “The Newshour with Jim Lehrer,” CNBC, and MSNBC analyzing economic trends. Washingtonian magazine named him to its list of “Rising Stars” in its “50 Top Journalists 2009” feature. Irwin has an MBA from Columbia University, where he was a Knight-Bagehot Fellow in Economic and Business Journalism. His undergraduate studies were at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, where he is now a member of the college’s board of trustees.

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UNDERGRADUATE BUSINESS PROGRAMS

The Villanova School of Business prepares students for success in a global marketplace by presenting real-world information—integrated, fluid, and driven by technology and analytics. Students learn how to solve problems creatively, to lead responsibly, and to understand where their field of study fits within the larger context of global business. The knowledge learned, combined with technical skills, helps students become wellrounded graduates with the tools necessary to be successful in any career path. VSB is ranked #7 in the nation by Bloomberg Businessweek in the Best Undergraduate Business Schools category and is ranked second in the nation for “Overall Academic Quality.” Student survey results indicated a grade of A+ in “Teaching Quality” and an A in “Job Placement.” The Clay Center

Majors and Minors

The Clay Center at VSB provides undergraduate students with program services to support academic, personal, and professional growth. The Clay Center serves as a “one-stop shop” offering academic advising and planning, support for internships and CoOps, and professional development opportunities. These support services provide institutional resources to help students achieve their goals.

VSB undergraduates have the option of six majors: Accountancy, Economics, Finance, Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing, International Business, and Real Estate (co-majors). Any of these can be combined with one or more of the available 10 minors, which include Business Law and Corporate Governance, Entrepreneurship, and Business Analytics.

Curriculum

VSB welcomed 457 incoming freshman for the Class of 2015, 36 of whom are honors students. Seventy-five percent of the Class of 2011 participated in at least one internship or CoOp, and 55 percent of the class studied abroad at least once.

The innovative VSB curriculum—with integrated teamtaught courses—requires students to utilize a higher level of thinking and challenges them to integrate the disciplines of finance and accounting and marketing and management. Students study business fundamentals, explore new issues in real time, and complete corporate projects. VSB’s curriculum is challenging and rigorous, designed to prepare students for success in the real world of global business. Students have a wide range of options for major and minor courses of study—along with study abroad opportunities and technological resources including the internationally recognized VSB Applied Finance Lab.

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By the Numbers

Career Placement for Graduates The most recent career placement statistics for VSB Class of 2010 illustrate exceptional student talent. Six months after graduation, 97 percent of business students were employed at a median base salary of $53,000 per year or are attending graduate school. • 85 percent secured full-time employment • 9 percent were attending graduate school as full-time students • 3 percent had secured part-time employment and/or were attending part-time graduate school


GRADUATE & EXECUTIVE BUSINESS PROGRAMS

VSB offers a suite of graduate and executive programs designed for ambitious, collaborative, ethical, intellectual, socially responsible, and business-savvy professionals. These qualities are indicators of the type of students who best fit in the VSB community. The Villanova MBA The Villanova MBA program, offered in both a flexible and an accelerated format (the Flex Track and the Fast Track), allows students to make progress toward degree completion while taking lessons back to the office for immediate impact. Classes are offered on Villanova’s main campus, as well as in center city Philadelphia.

The Villanova Executive MBA Designed for the more experienced professional, the Executive MBA program encourages students to think differently, to collaborate with peers, and to partner with faculty—all of which leads to a transformation of emerging executive leaders into effective executive leaders.

Executive Education VSB’s top faculty can help rising executives face an increasingly global business environment, drive organizational change, and operate in an environment that continuously evolves. Custom programs tailor VSB faculty expertise to the challenges and opportunities a particular company or organization faces.

Master of Accountancy & Master of Science in Finance The Master of Accountancy (MAC) and Master of Science in Finance specialized programs prepare young professionals for a career in accounting, taxation, and finance through intense, deep learning and hands-on application in these areas. Both degrees offer a MAC/MSF to MBA option, enabling students to transfer some of their specialized coursework into the MBA program.

Master of Science in Church Management The Master of Science in Church Management degree is designed to meet the needs of a national student body of church leaders and managers, including parish business managers; managers of diocesan and religious order departments; and those engaged in managing churchrelated social service ministries. This dynamic, unique degree is offered exclusively online.

In addition to custom programs, VSB offers the Mini-MBA program. This program provides an overview of business to individuals who are considering pursuing an MBA or who want to build knowledge bases to be more effective in their current roles.

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VSB EXECUTIVE SPEAKER SERIES

Since its inception in 2009, the Villanova School of Business Executive Speaker Series has welcomed several prominent guests. The vision and purpose of the Executive Speaker Series is to provide a venue for industry leaders to discuss current business issues related to ethics, innovation, analytics, and a global mindset. The series is open to all University students, faculty, and staff. VSB extends its appreciation to our 2010-2011 speakers for sharing their time and talent with the Villanova community.

Jeffrey R. Immelt, chairman and chief executive officer of GE, and chairman of the President’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness: “21st Century Leadership at GE”

Mark Ford PA ’13 Executive Vice President of Time Inc., President of Sports Group, Time Inc. “Your Career: Rules of the Road—His Roadmap ”

Bill Rasmussen, founder of ESPN: “The Creative Genius Behind ESPN”

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John Kilcullen PA ’14 creator of the“For Dummies™”  brand: “Innovation  for Dummies”

Jane Sarkin, features editor for Vanity Fair Magazine: “The Business & Show Business of Vanity Fair”

Patrick F. Meyer ’74 VSB, president of Sourcebits: “Business 3.0: Mobile and Social Fusion”

Francine LeFrak, award-winning producer, entrepreneur, and philanthropist; founder of SAME SKY: “Passionate Pursuits” (part of the Joseph F. Azrack ’69 Distinguished Speaker Series)


DEAN’S FUND FOR STRATEGIC INITIATIVES

The Dean’s Fund for Strategic Initiatives helps to provide Villanova School of Business students with a rigorous curriculum, top-notch faculty, professional development opportunities and enables VSB to be entrepreneurial by fostering innovation, allowing the college to seize opportunities when they arise and to respond to pressing needs. In April 2010 the Center for Business Analytics was created, thanks, in part, to the dean’s fund for strategic initiatives. The center exposes students to analytics, illustrates its relevance, and adds an undergraduate minor to VSB’s portfolio. Businesses use analytics to price their products, keep tabs on inventory, and manage personnel, using data and analysis to boost efficiency, customer loyalty, and profits while reducing risk. The Fund also supports quality faculty. VSB faculty members are widely recognized for excellence in both teaching and research. Over 90 percent of faculty members hold the highest degree in their respective discipline. Ours is a multidimensional faculty that holds a wealth of real-world experience from careers in finance, banking, sales, management, marketing, accounting, consulting, and other fields. VSB students benefit from many prominent speakers, have access to top-level executives, and gain invaluable skills from professional development and networking events held on campus. It is this Fund that helps to make these events and many others possible.

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DEAN’S ADVISORY COUNCIL

Advisory Council Members

The Dean’s Advisory Council (DAC) provides advice and guidance to the dean of the Villanova School of Business on important strategic initiatives under consideration at the school. William K. Bacic ’78 VSB

New England Managing Partner Deloitte & Touche, LLP

Daniel H. Bathon, Jr. ’76 VSB

General Partner and Chairman Windspeed Ventures, LLC

James R. Boyle PA ’14

President John Hancock Financial Services

George W. Coleman ’78 VSB

Vice Chairman, Global Equities Department Credit Suisse

John J. Coneys ’73 VSB

Vice Chairman PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP

John P. Costas

Chairman The Princeridge Group

Kevin M. Curley ’80 VSB

President and CEO Curley Financial Group, LLC

Kathie De Chirico ’08 EMBA Consultant

Andrew P. DiLoreto ’80 VSB

Chairman and CEO Insight Catastrophe Group (ICG)

Lynn L. Elsenhans

Joseph Fico PA ’13

Thomas Klein ’84 VSB

Robert F. Moran ’72 VSB

Mark P. Ford PA ’11, ’15

Joseph Lamastra ’83 VSB

Donald J. Musso ’81 VSB

Gerard S. LaRocca PA ’14

William T. Powers, III ’82 VSB

President and CEO TD Bank

Executive Vice President President, Sports Group Time Inc.

Stephen J. Furnary ’72 VSB

President T Capital Management, LLC

Chairman and CEO ING Clarion Partners

Chief Administrative Officer, Managing Director Barclays Capital

Thomas F. Gilman ’73 VSB

Jeffrey C. LeSage ’82 VSB

President and CEO TD Auto Financial

Justin G. Gmelich ’90 VSB

Partner Managing Director Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.

Mark A. Graham

Executive Vice President, Head of Wealth Advisory Services Wilmington Trust of Pennsylvania

Vahan H. Gureghian ’76 VSB CEO Charter School Management, Inc.

John Idol PA ’10

CEO Michael Kors, Inc.

Christine James ’91 VSB

Managing Director, Institutional Client Services Wells Capital Management

Chairman and CEO Sunoco, Inc.

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National Managing Partner, US Tax Practice KPMG, LLP

Elizabeth T. Mazzeo ’81 VSB Business Head Bloomberg Financial Markets

Robert J. McCarthy ’75 VSB Group President Marriott International

William McDermott

Co-CEO and President of Global Field Operations SAP America, Inc.

Donough McDonough ’81 VSB

Managing Director Boomerang Capital, LLC

Robert McMahon ’79 VSB

Leader, US Policy & Government Relations Merck & Co., Inc.

President and CEO PetSmart, Inc.

President FinPro

EVP & Chief Financial Officer Rolls Royce North America, Inc.

Thomas Quindlen ’84 VSB

President and CEO GE Capital Corporate Finance

David E. Rutter ’84 VSB

CEO ICAP Electronic Broking, LLC

Milissa M. Tadeo ’04 EMBA

Senior Vice President Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia

William Tucker ’81 VSB

CEO Media Vest USA

Arthur F. Tully PA ’10, ’13

Partner Ernst & Young, LLP

Thomas M. Venables ’78 VSB President and CEO Taramax USA, Inc.

Edmond Walters ’83 A&S

Founder and CEO eMoney Advisor, LLC


ACCOUNTING ADVISORY COUNCIL

Advisory Council Members

The Accounting Advisory Council provides advice to the Villanova School of Business Accountancy and Information Systems department with regard to its strategic plan, ideas for course development, and strategic issues facing the accounting profession. Timothy Boehmer ’95 VSB

Partner Crowe Horwath LLP

Timothy C. Boyle Partner KPMG LLP

Albert G. Deana ’84 VSB

Principal ParenteBeard LLC

Saverio M. Fato ’88 VSB

Christopher Gheysens ’93 VSB Chief Financial and Administrative Officer Wawa Inc.

Robert A. Hagemann PA ’09

Senior Vice President and CFO Quest Diagnostics, Inc.

Samuel Halter ’87 VSB

Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer Assurance Partner PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Delta Air Lines, Inc.

Frank J. Frabizzio ’91 VSB

Robert J. Hughes ’81 VSB

Managing Director Partner PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Aetna Inc.

Laura Iacona ’96 VSB

Partner, Audit Practice Leader Grant Thornton LLP

Wayne Kaplan

Managing Partner Grant Thornton LLP

Robert McNeill ’88 VSB

Partner, Assurance & Advisory Services Deloitte & Touche LLP

Robert Mulhall ’80 VSB

Partner, Assurance & Advisory Business Services Ernst & Young LLC

Robert Olszewski Director Kreischer Miller

Kristina Parker ’94 VSB Audit Partner KPMG LLP

Sean Traynor ’91 VSB

General Partner Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe

Valerie Wieman ’92 VSB

New York Metro Assurance Partner PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

Michael Murphy

VP Audit and Controls ARAMARK

Accounting Advisory Council Leadership Michael F. Peters, PhD

Chair, Department of Accountancy & Information Systems michael.peters@villanova.edu (610) 519-4048

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ACADEMIC CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE

CENTER FOR GLOBAL LEADERSHIP The Center for Global Leadership (CGL) contributes to the development of VSB’s global strategy, emphasizing integrated international business (IB) studies and responsible global leadership; serves as a source of new ideas and innovations for VSB’s international curricular and extracurricular initiatives and programs; and acts as a catalyst for faculty research and innovation in IB practice and responsible global leadership. In 2011, 38 percent of VSB’s graduating seniors had an International Business co-major or minor (up from 32 percent in 2010) and 55 percent participated in foreign study (up from 45 percent in 2010), underscoring the impact of CGL’s leadership. In addition to encouraging broad participation in global programs, CGL increasingly emphasizes emerging markets—especially the BRIC economies of Brazil, Russia, India, and China (but also smaller developing countries)—because these economies are expected to lead global growth and prosperity in the future.

Center Highlights and Accomplishments • CGL initiated the Global Leadership Fellows program. Beginning Fall 2011 (for the graduating class of 2015), a select group of VSB students will have the opportunity to integrate global leadership and international experiences throughout their undergraduate experience. • CGL works with the student-led International Business Society (IBS), which exposes VSB students to international career and professional opportunities, and Business Without Borders, a student group dedicated to demonstrating how business skills can benefit local and global communities through various service-oriented projects and initiatives. Both of these organizations work closely with CGL. • CGL supported visits by Elkanah Odembo, Kenyan Ambassador to the United States, and Fr. Joseph Phillipe, a Haitian Spiritan priest who has dedicated his life to helping the poor of Haiti help themselves. • CGL co-sponsored the second annual Villanova Leadership Summit, which focused on globalization. CGL Advisory Council members comprised a panel that explored how global leadership skills can be developed by students and professionals throughout their careers. www.villanova.edu/business/excellence/leadershipcenter

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ADVISORY COUNCIL MEMBERS (AS OF SEPTEMBER 1, 2011)

Advisory Council Members Aurelio A. Barria ’73 VSB

Executive Vice President Motta-Internacional S.A.

James Burke ’87 VSB

CEO Global Compliance

Anthony Chiarello ’77 A&S

President American Shipping Group

Paul Colonna ’90 VSB

President & Chief Investment Officer Fixed Income GE Asset Management

Ronald S. Cruse ’77 A&S

President & CEO Logenix International, LLC

James DeBlasio ’77 VSB

Retired CEO Internap Networks

Anthony Dellomo ’65 VSB

Retired VP Commercial  Credit Citibank, N.A.

Stephen DeRose ’76 VSB

Vice President Global Customer Development Excellence Unilever United States, Inc.

Jennifer Halliday

Principal, Corporate Financial Services The Vanguard Group, Inc.

Richard Heintzelman ’81 VSB

Executive Vice President and Head of Commercial Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics Americas

Jeffrey Leventry, Esq. ’84 VLS

Senior Vice President, Learning & Development Willis Re Inc.

Michael Malloy ’89 VSB

Audit Partner Deloitte & Touche LLP

Rohit Mehrotra

Vice President Private Wealth Management J.P. Morgan Securities, LLC

Manuel Nunez ’03 VSB MBA

Director of External Affairs Inter-American Foundation

Michael Petrane ’93 VSB

Partner, Assurance Services Ernst & Young LLC

Rick Smith

Leader, Organizational Effectiveness for Asia-Pacific, Global Leader, Leadership Consulting Practice Accenture

Ronald Steger ’76 VSB

Partner-in-Charge, Global Semiconductor Industry Practice KPMG LLP

Steve Stumpf

Frank Sweeney ’73 A&S

President and CEO TDK USA Corporation

Stephen Szapor ’82 VSB

Vice-Chairman and Co-Founder Innovation Capital, President The Innovation Group

Charles Raymond Taylor, PhD

Professor of Marketing John A. Murphy Endowed Chair Villanova School of Business

Ricaurte Vasquez, PhD ’73 VSB CEO General Electric Central America/Carribean

Wayne Withrow ’77 VSB

Executive Vice President SEI Investments

Professor of Management Fred J. Springer Endowed Chair in Business Leadership Villanova School of Business

Associate Council Members

Center for Global Leadership

Meredith Altenhofen ’11 VSB

Jonathan P. Doh, PhD

Carlos Pradera ’10 VSB

Transfer Pricing Associate Finance Associate PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Rolls Royce North America, Inc.

Director Herbert G. Rammrath Endowed Chair in International Business Professor, Management & Operations jonathan.doh@villanova.edu (610) 519-7798

Kenneth Taylor, PhD

Associate Director Assistant Professor, Economics & Statistics kenneth.taylor@villanova.edu

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THE DANIEL M. DILELLA CENTER FOR REAL ESTATE The Daniel M. DiLella Center for Real Estate was established to provide outstanding academic and professional development opportunities to Villanova students in the field of real estate. The center supports faculty research and teaching, ensuring relevance in the curriculum through the incorporation of site visits, experiential learning projects, industry-standard tools, and the perspectives of industry experts. The center offers an undergraduate co-major and minor in real estate—with real estate focused courses including investments, law, development, modeling, accounting, capital markets, and economics—and a real estate specialization in the Villanova MBA program. The center also supports VSB’s student Real Estate Society. The center connects and mobilizes the Villanova real estate community—through educational programs, thought leadership initiatives, and networking events—to expand the horizons of a new generation of real estate leaders and to generate vibrant conversations on issues facing the real estate industry.

Center Highlights and Accomplishments • The Villanova Real Estate Challenge is a national real estate development case competition for students from top undergraduate real estate programs in the United States. Hosted at VSB, the Challenge provides national recognition for Villanova’s real estate program among both industry and academic audiences. While there are many graduate real estate case competitions, the Villanova Real Estate Challenge holds the distinction of being the largest competition in the nation available to undergraduate students. • The center serves as a thought leadership resource and in 2011 sponsored discussions on topics including challenges of the retail sector and public vs. private ownership within the hospitality sector. • The annual Commercial Real Estate Career Conference brings top employers to campus to connect students with career and mentorship opportunities. Industry partners provide students with valuable professional experience through the Villanova Real Estate Internship Program and recruit Villanova students for full-time positions after graduation. • The annual real estate football tailgate provides an informal networking opportunity for alumni, parents, corporate partners, faculty, and students interested in real estate. • The DiLella Center for Real Estate recently launched its membership program to provide an opportunity for the Villanova real estate community to connect and engage. The program offers members access to industry events and conversations, faculty research briefings, and special publications, including student résumé books and membership directory. www.villanova.edu/business/excellence/realestate

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ADVISORY COUNCIL MEMBERS (AS OF SEPTEMBER 1, 2011)

Advisory Council Members Glenn E. Alba ’94 VSB

Managing Director Real Estate Group The Blackstone Group

Joseph F. Azrack ’69 VSB

Managing Partner Apollo Global Real Estate

James Braithwaite ’62 VSB President and CEO KAN-AM

F. Davis Camalier ’77 VSB Principal Washington Real Estate Partners

Francis A. Coco ’81 VSB

Executive Director Cushman & Wakefield, Inc.

Joseph T. Corcoran ’83 VSB President Strategic Realty Investments, LLC

James A. Cowan ’89 VSB

Managing Director Morgan Stanley

Edward J. DaCosta ’81 VSB

Daniel M. DiLella ’73 VSB

President and CEO BPG Properties, Ltd.

Stephen J. Furnary ’72 VSB Chairman and CEO Clarion Partners

Michael G. Geoghegan PA ’11 Vice Chairman CB Richard Ellis

John Giunco ’74 VSB

Chairman, Real Estate Land Use & Development Practice Area Giordano, Halleran & Ciesla, P.C.

Christopher P. Haley ’90 VSB

Managing Principal Palladian Realty Capital

Michael J. Jones ’85 VSB

Managing Director Nomura Securities International, Inc.

Edward A. Liva PA ’09, ’12 Partner KPMG LLP

Joseph T. Lynch ’67 VSB

Retired President JTL Development Corporation

Richard J. Lyon ’78 VSB

Executive Vice President, Commercial Real Estate Capital One Bank

Steven E. McCraney ’85 VSB President McCraney Property Company

Lizann McGowan-Killmeyer ’91 A&S Senior Vice President CB Richard Ellis

Richard M. McGuckin ’86 VSB, ’08 EMBA

Vice President of Leasing Brandywine Realty Trust

James P. Meehan ’71 VSB

President RealMarq Corporation

Louis P. Mirando ’81 VSB

Principal TransAtlantic Capital Advisors, LLC

Samuel J. Morreale ’81 VSB

Executive Vice President CB Richard Ellis

Thomas M. Mulroy ’85 VSB

Chairman & CEO T-REX Capital Group, LLC

Daniel F. O’Dea ’75 VSB

President Delphi Affordable Housing Group, Inc.

Paul A. Pearson ’77 VSB

Principal Pearson Partners, Inc.

Puja Suneja Peruto

Senior Manager, Transaction Real Estate Ernst & Young LLC

William J. Sales ’67 VSB

President Tishman Realty Corporation

Jessica M. Scully ’96 A&S

Vice President, Operations Scully Company

Michael A. Scully ’70 VSB

Managing Director Scully Company

Gary Silvi

President Vesper Property Group LTD

Managing Partner Vision Equities, LLC

The Daniel M. DiLella Center for Real Estate Leadership Shawn Howton, PhD

Director Associate Professor, Finance shawn.howton@villanova.edu (610) 519-5638

Jessica Taylor

Administrative Director jessica.taylor@villanova.edu (610) 519-4334

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CENTER FOR MARKETING AND PUBLIC POLICY RESEARCH The Center for Marketing and Public Policy Research tests the intended and unintended consequences of government regulation on business, consumers, and society. The center leverages Villanova’s strong international reputation, faculty, and executive network in the business and policy arena to provide research that guides business and regulatory processes while giving students unique networking and consulting experiences that accelerate their career development cycle. The center also encourages development of unique curricular initiatives with its advisory board. In 2010, the center expanded into a series of Strategic Business Units (SBUs) led by Villanova faculty.

Center Highlights and Accomplishments

Students have opportunities for professional development through the center’s Ambassador Program. The domestic program seeks to give students a unique experience in Washington, D.C., through continuous engagement with Capitol Hill, while the international program sends students to Rome for a series of high-level business and political meetings, client interactions, and internships in organizations such as the Italian Parliament.

• The Marketing and Advertising Practice SBU, which supports the International Journal of Advertising, has taken lead roles in examining social media, SMS, and MMS effectiveness in the marketplace.

• The Financial Services SBU held a series of high-level conferences in New York City that examined the ongoing changes in the financial services industry. • The Healthcare SBU established a curricular and joint research development initiative with the Villanova College of Nursing. • The Domestic Policy SBU conducted an international doctoral student workshop in Washington, D.C., in conjunction with staff at the U.S. Treasury.

• The Political Science SBU is a new collaboration with the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences that will conduct electoral studies and polling initiatives during the 2012 election cycle. • The center added three new innovative courses, taught in conjunction with advisory council members. One of these, Brand Valuation and Government Relations, introduces students to the positive or negative impacts of government intervention to corporate valuations and growth. • The center hosted the annual American Marketing Association (AMA) Marketing & Public Policy Conference, which addressed major business and public policy issues, introduced cutting-edge research, and provided thoughtful academic discussion. • The center works closely with Capitol Hill through a supportive advisory board that includes Brett Loper, senior policy director for Speaker John Boehner, Congressman Jim Gerlach, and Congressman Pat Meehan. www.villanova.edu/business/excellence/marketing

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ADVISORY COUNCIL MEMBERS (AS OF SEPTEMBER 1, 2011)

Advisory Council Members Stephen Albrecht ’95 A&S Managing Director for Regulatory Affairs GE Capital Corporation

Leonard J. Amoruso

General Counsel Knight Capital Americas

Gerard Banmiller ’69 A&S CEO and President First Colonial National Bank

Paolo Catalfamo

Vice President National Italian American Foundation

Joseph Del Raso, Esq. (Chair) ‘74 VSB

James Gerlach

Congressman U.S. House of Representatives

Jeanne Hogarth, PhD

(Honorary Member) Thomas Schaible, PhD Congressman U.S. House of Representatives Vice President, Medical Affairs Angelina Mondavi ’04 A&S Centocor, Inc. Acting Head Winemaker Joseph Tesoriero ’75 VSB Charles Krug Winery Vice President and CFO Robert B. Murphy ’83 VLS Dole Foods, Inc. Of Counsel Paolo Torchetti Dykema Chairman Janis K. Pappalardo, PhD Flumen Communications Bureau of Economics Companies Federal Trade Commission

Chairman, President & CEO Lorillard, Inc.

Alan Levy

Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition U.S. Food and Drug Administration

Brett Loper ’95 A&S

Founder Douglas Laboratories

Sean Fahey ’91 A&S

(Honorary Member) Senior Policy Advisor Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives

Vern Farnsworth

CEO Annapurna Ventures

Arthur J. Furia ’74 VSB

National Executive Director National Italian American Foundation

Partner Shutts & Bowen, LLP

Marc Scarduffa

Murray Kessler ’81 VSB

Denise L. Devine ’77 VSB

Senior Consultant National Foundation for Debt Management

Managing Partner Salibello and Broder LLP

Stephen J. McConnell, Esq.

Douglas Lioon ’78 VSB

Partner Pepper Hamilton, LLP

Salvatore M. Salibello

Chairman and CEO Pan American Outdoor Advertising

Senior Analyst, Consumer Education & Research Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System

Partner, Pepper Hamilton LLP President, National Italian American Foundation CEO and President Nutripharm, Inc. and Devine Foods, Inc.

James McAndrew

Massimiliano Magrini John Marino

Matthew McAndrew ’04 VSB

Partner Dechert, LLP

Patrick Meehan

Chief of Staff/Senior Director, Political Affairs & Federal Government Relations Pfizer, Inc.

Mark Valente III ’78 VSB

Devanshi Patel ’08 VSB

(Vice Chair) President Valente & Associates

Director of Marketing The Venus Group

Frank Perier ’81 VSB

Senior Vice President & CFO Forest Laboratories

Michael Zampardi

Private Consultant

Founder and President, Asia Americana International Managing Director, Virtu Capital Management

Debra J. Ringold

Michael Zarrelli

Suzanne Petrella ’84 VSB

Corporate Counsel, Manager, Federal Government Affairs Alticor, Inc.

Dean Willamette University

Vice President Morgan Stanley Smith Barney

Center for Marketing and Public Policy Research Leadership John C. Kozup, PhD

Director Associate Professor, Marketing & Business Law Associate Editor, International Journal of Advertising john.kozup@villanova.edu (484) 682-7622

Jeremy Kees, PhD

Healthcare Small Business Unit Leader jeremy.kees@villanova.edu

Ronald Hill, PhD

Domestic Policy Strategic Business Unit Leader Editor, Journal of Public Policy & Marketing ronald.hill@villanova.edu

Michael Pagano, PhD

Charles R. Taylor, PhD

Financial Services Strategic Senior Research Fellow Business Unit Leader Marketing and Advertising michael.pagano@villanova.edu Strategic Business Unit Editor, International Journal Satya Pattnayak, PhD of Advertising Political Science Strategic Business Unit

satya.pattnayak@villanova.edu

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CENTER FOR INNOVATION, CREATIVITY, & ENTREPRENEURSHIP The Center for Innovation, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship (ICE Center) is at the forefront of Villanova University’s strategy to foster cross-college and interdisciplinary opportunities for the collaborative pursuit of knowledge. The ICE Center advances the Augustinian vision by embedding creative problem solving more deeply in the Villanova culture through the development and promotion of initiatives in the related areas of creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship. While located within VSB and founded upon one of its four strategic pillars—innovation—the ICE Center’s mandate is unique in its cross-college and primary focus on the creative and innovative skills needed to identify and act upon new knowledge and ideas. Fundamental to new ventures, these entrepreneurial skills are increasingly recognized as being central to success and highly sought after by existing organizations of all types—large/small, profit/not-for-profit. In recent surveys of executives, the ability to think entrepreneurially was considered the most important leadership characteristic, and more than 60 percent of Fortune 500 CEOs indicate that the ability to think creatively is even more important than intelligence. While traditional entrepreneurship in the form of startup organizations remains a central driver of economic growth, more than 70 percent of existing organizations cite innovation and “intrapreneurship” as key to their future growth and success. The ICE Center strives to support traditional entrepreneurship and startups, but its broader mission is to symbolize Villanova’s commitment to nurturing creative and innovative thinkers. Villanovans are already known to be among the best, most well-rounded students, and the ICE Center seeks to provide opportunities to develop and highlight their entrepreneurial spirit as well.

Center Highlights and Accomplishments • Mobile Application Development and Commercialization Course: The ICE Center brought together and supported a team of faculty from the colleges of Engineering, Business, and Liberal Arts and Sciences to develop and implement this unique course focused on the emerging multi-billion dollar mobile application industry. Working in teams of three—one from each college—students developed a working mobile application and wrote an accompanying business plan. Verizon Wireless provided the latest Smartphones, service, and technical support, as well as guest speakers. According to Verizon, the course, along with one at the University of California, Berkeley, was one of the two most innovative in the country to focus on mobile applications. • ICE CaPS: The ICE Center and Villanova’s Office of Student Life launched the Innovation, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship Certificate Program for Sophomores (ICE CaPS). Students from all four undergraduate colleges applied to participate in this series of workshops and experiences designed to enable them to develop their creative and innovative spirit within a learning community. ICE CaPS students also are expected to serve as ambassadors for “ICE” principles across the Villanova campus. • VSB Freshman ICE Challenge: The ICE Center designed and supported this project for the first-year required course, Business Dynamics. Teams of students were required to develop ideas for new products or services, create written executive summaries, and deliver a short in-class pitch. Prizes were awarded to the top teams/ideas in each class section. The project was highlighted as among the most popular elements of the six-credit course. www.villanova.edu/business/excellence/entrepreneur

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ADVISORY COUNCIL MEMBERS (AS OF SEPTEMBER 1, 2011)

Advisory Council Members Christopher R. Antonowich James A. Drobile ’01 VSB ’83 VSB

Steven M. Lewis ’90 VSB

Ned Moore ’90 A&S

Dax Basdeo, PhD

Alexander L. Maggitti

Charles J. Poznek ’81 VSB

Principal Embryo Creative LLP

Acting Chief Officer Cayman Islands Government

Jeffrey P. Bodle, Esq. ’95 A&S, ’99 VLS

Vice President of Mobile Strategy appRenaissance

Daniel J. Hogarty Jr. ’61 VSB

Chairman & President Troy Financial Corporation

Partner Peter T. Knobloch Morgan Lewis & Bockius, LLP ’75 VSB CEO Curt J. Byerley R.J. Palmer, LLC ’78 VSB Founder and President Byerley Holdings LLC

James J. Dolan ’76 A&S

Founder, Chairman & CEO Access Data Corporation

Stephen W. Kreter ’71 VSB

Executive Vice President & Founder Kreg Information Systems

Daniel S. Lammot ’98 A&S CEO roundCorner, Inc.

Executive Vice President Willis HRH President Orlando Diefenderfer Electric

Victor J. Maggitti ’56 VSB Owner & President Vimco, Inc.

Michael P. McCarthy ’78 VSB Managing Member Pipeline Biomedical Holdings

Patrick Meyer ’74 VSB

President, N. A. Sourcebits Technologies

Chief Executive Officer Portico Systems

Founder Peety, LLC

Roy Rosin

Vice President, Innovation Intuit, Inc.

Christopher G. Ryan ’83 COE

Global Leader for Industrial Filtration Products W.L. Gore & Associates, Inc.

Michael J. Thomson ’80 VSB President & COO SunCoke Energy, Inc.

The Center for Innovation, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship Leadership Patrick Maggitti, PhD

Carmen and Sharon Danella ICE Center Director Assistant Professor, Management & Operations patrick.maggitti@ villanova.edu (610) 519-5522

James Klingler, PhD

Associate Director Assistant Professor, Management & Operations james.klingler@villanova.edu (610) 519-6443

II Luscri

Administrative Director ii.luscri@villanova.edu (610) 519-3873

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THE CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF CHURCH MANAGEMENT The Center for the Study of Church Management offers educational programs and conducts research in the areas of leadership and management as they apply to the Catholic Church and its institutions. Its constituents include individuals in church leadership and administrative roles who are seeking to become better stewards of church resources by improving their leadership and management skills. The Church is not a business, but it does have a stewardship responsibility to use its resources effectively. This frequently requires the use of sound leadership and management techniques that are not typically taught to clergy and lay leaders in the Church.

Center Publications Best Practices in Catholic Church Ministry Performance  Management, Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2010.   Best Practices of Catholic Pastoral and Finance Councils, Huntington, IN: Our Sunday Visitor Press, 2010.   Best Practices in Parish Stewardship, Huntington, IN: Our Sunday Visitor Press, 2008.   Listening to the People of God: Closing, Rebuilding, and Revitalizing Parishes, Mahwah, NJ: Paulist Press, 2008.   Why Catholics Don’t Give…And What Can Be Done About It. Huntington, IN: Our Sunday Visitor Press, Updated, 2006.

Center Highlights and Accomplishments • Sponsored two workshops, on Civil Law for parishes (15 registrants) and on Parish Technology (250 registrants). • Co-sponsored a three-day conference, along with the Pope John Paul II Cultural Center, on “Best Practices in Catholic Church Ministry Performance Management.” Presentations were made by business school professors, seminary professors, and practitioners (53 registrants). • Conducts a Summer Church Management Institute, an annual week-long intensive executive education experience designed for leaders in diocesan and religious order management positions (97 participants since 2006). • Offered on-site church management programs in two dioceses in 2011, presenting on topics chosen by the dioceses (250 priests). • Manages the Master of Science in Church Management program, an innovative, online twoyear graduate business program that provides students with a high-level skill set in church management. The program is designed for clergy and laypeople who are interested in strengthening their ability to contribute to the Church’s mission but who require the convenience of an online program (29 graduates in first two cohorts). • Distributes a quarterly newsletter electronically to more than 11,000 parishes and individuals. • Coming this fall: a series of webinars on 12 church management topics, leading to a certificate in church management in partnership with Our Sunday Visitor. www.villanova.edu/business/excellence/churchmgmt

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ADVISORY COUNCIL MEMBERS (AS OF SEPTEMBER 1, 2011)

Advisory Council Members Richard Burke

Peter Flynn

President, Catholic School Director of Finance and Management Administrative Services Catholic School Management The Catholic Center, Diocese of Fort Worth Rev. William J. Byron, SJ Professor St. Joseph’s University

Michael Castellano

Retired Chief Financial Officer & Managing Director Lazard Asset Management

Alvin A. Clay III

CEO The Davidson Trust Company

Bryan T. Froehle, PhD Professor of Practical Theology St. Thomas University

The Very Rev. Anthony Genovese, OSA ’70 A&S Prior Provincial Province of St. Thomas of Villanova

Sheila Kelly

Church Consultant

Charles H. Kerrigan

Director of Marketing Legacy Advisors, LLC

Kathleen McChesney

Chief Executive Officer Kinsale Management Consulting

Sr. Patricia Mitchell SFCC Executive Director Silicon Valley FACES

Most Reverend George V. Murry, SJ

Bishop Diocese of Youngstown

Most Reverend Richard E. Pates

Bishop Diocese of Des Moines Catholic Pastoral Center

Mike A. Policano ’77 VSB

Retired CEO Stonebridge Advisors

Tony Salgado, CPA

Chief Financial Officer Archdiocese of Santa Fe

Center for the Study of Church Management Leadership Charles Zech, PhD

Director Professor, Economics & Statistics charles.zech@villanova.edu

Katherine Ruth

Associate Director katherine.ruth@villanova.edu (610) 519-6015

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CENTER FOR BUSINESS ANALYTICS The Center for Business Analytics (CBA) leads the development of the analytical capabilities of all VSB students so that graduates become known for this critical business skill in the marketplace, while VSB’s crossdisciplinary faculty and staff become recognized for excellence in analytics education, practice, and research. The CBA’s mission directly supports the role of analytics/ technology as one of the four pillars of VSB’s strategy. Most companies have massive amounts of data at their disposal, yet fail to utilize it in any meaningful way. But powerful new business trends in technology and analytical methodologies enable many firms to aggressively leverage their data in key business decisions and processes, with impressive results. Rather than “going with their gut” when pricing products, maintaining inventory, or hiring talent, managers in these firms use data, analysis, and systematic reasoning to improve efficiency, risk management, and profits. Going forward, the center plans to increase participation of undergraduate students in analytics internships, the business analytics minor, encourage faculty research in analytics, and grow its advisory council.

Center Highlights and Accomplishments • CBA hosts analytics thought leaders and top executives who are mature, advanced users of analytics. These invited guests typically meet with faculty associates and the advisory council before addressing faculty, students, and business guests in a lecture format. • In 2010-11, the CBA hosted Thornton May, noted author, educator, and futurist; and Chris McCann, president of 1-800-FLOWERS.COM, a recognized leader in the use of customer analytics. • CBA hosted roundtable sessions at the world headquarters of Aramark and Campbell’s Soup to disseminate best practices and explore linkages with VSB’s curriculum. These sessions featured presentations by business executives from a variety of firms and were attended by faculty, business guests, and select students. • The undergraduate core quantitative requirements now include business analytics and MBA analytics electives. A business analytics minor was launched in fall 2011. www.villanova.edu/business/excellence/analytics

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ADVISORY COUNCIL MEMBERS (AS OF SEPTEMBER 1, 2011)

Advisory Council Members Mark Alden

Vice President, Customer Operations PECO Energy Company

Louis Alessandrini ’86 COE

Senior Vice President, Marketing PPL Corporation

Ronald Baumann ‘05 MBA

Senior Vice President and General Manager Harrah’s Chester Casino and Racetrack

Scott Byers

CEO Diversified Information Technologies

Ronald Cline

Senior Vice President, Marketing Bank of America

Lawrence DelGatto ’85 A&S

Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer Radian Group, Inc.

Sharon Desmond ’85 VSB

Senior VP, Revenue & Business Operations Comcast Corporation

Howard Fields

Programs Executive, North America Business Analytics & Optimization IBM Corporation

Mark Hosbein

Senior Vice President, Advertiser Solutions The Nielsen Company

Cynthia Hubert

Executive Director American Productivity & Quality Center

Thomas P. Keegan Partner KPMG LLP

Michael Lowenstein ’64 VSB

Executive Vice President Market Probe, Inc.

Craig Sanders ’90 VSB Vice President Northhighland

Karl F. Schmidt ’78 COE

Roland Mosimann

Vice President, Supply Chain Strategy and Innovation Johnson & Johnson

Anthony Reynolds

Karen Stine

CEO Aline GRC

Chief Operating Officer SAP America, Inc.

Philip N. Russo

COO and CFO Delaware Investments

Michael Russomano ’79 VSB

Chief Marketing and New Business Officer Pfizer, Inc.

Enterprise Information Architect Vertex, Inc

Luis Urrutia ’75 COE

President LFG Resources, Inc.

Michael L. Zubey ’01 VSB

Vice President HighPoint Solutions, LLC

The Center for Business Analytics Leadership Matthew J. Liberatore, PhD Director John F. Connelly Endowed Chair in Management Professor, Management & Operations matthew.liberatore@ villanova.edu (610) 519-4390

George Diehl

Business Fellow george.diehl@villanova.edu (610) 519-8087

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EXECUTIVE DIRECTORY

Glenn E. Alba

Christopher R. Antonowich

Stephen Albrecht

Joseph F. Azrack

Managing Director, Real Estate Group The Blackstone Group 345 Park Avenue New York, NY 10154 (212) 583-5898 alba@blackstone.com Managing Director for Regulatory Affairs GE Capital Corporation 9302 Lee Highway Suite 500 Fairfax, VA 22031 (703) 218-5658 steve.albs25@gmail.com

Mark Alden

Managing Partner Apollo Global Real Estate 9 West 57th Street 37th Floor New York, NY 10019 (212) 822-0438 jazrack@apollolp.com

William K. Bacic

Vice President, Customer Operations PECO Energy Company 2301 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19103-1338 (215) 841-6410 mark.alden@exeloncorp.com

New England Managing Partner Deloitte & Touche LLP 200 Berkeley Street Floor 14 Boston, MA 02116 (617) 437-2392 wbacic@deloitte.com

Louis Alessandrini

Gerard Banmiller

Senior Vice President, Marketing PPL Corporation 2 North 9th Street Allentown, PA 18101-1139 (610) 774-4483 lgalessandrini@pplweb.com

Leonard J. Amoruso

General Counsel Knight Capital Americas, LP 545 Washington Blvd. Floor 3 Jersey City, NJ 07310-1607 (201) 557-6892 lamoruso@knight.com

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Principal Embryo Creative LLC 71 Peter Parley Road Jamaica Plain, MA 02130-2913 (401) 727-5533 cantonowich@yahoo.com

Chief Executive Officer and President First Colonial National Bank 1040 Haddon Avenue Collingswood, NJ 08108 (856) 858-1100 sward@1stcnb.net

Aurelio A. Barria

Executive Vice President Motta-Internacional S.A. Box 326 9A Panama 5 (507) 433-6016 a.barria@motta-int.com

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Dax Basdeo, PhD

Acting Chief Officer Ministry of Finance, Tourism & Development Cayman Corporate Center Hospital Road Grand Cayman KY1-1001, Cayman Islands (345) 244-2268 dax.basdeo@gov.ky

Daniel H. Bathon

General Partner and Chairman Windspeed Ventures 52 Waltham Street Lexington, MA 02421-5407 (781) 863-8800 dan@wsventures.com

Ronald Baumann

Senior Vice President and General Manager Harrah’s Chester Casino and Racetrack 777 Harrah’s Boulevard Chester, PA 19103 (484) 490-1701 ronb@harrahs.com

Jeffrey P. Bodle, Esq.

Partner Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP 1701 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19103 (215) 963-5417 jbodle@morganlewis.com

Timothy Boehmer

Partner Crowe Horwath LLP 488 Madison Avenue Floor 3 New York, NY 10022-5722 (212) 572-5512 tim.boehmer@ crowehorwath.com

Timothy C. Boyle

Partner KPMG LLP 1624 Thistlewood Drive Washington Crossing, PA 18977 (267) 256-1650 tboyle@kmpg.com

James R. Boyle

President John Hancock Financial Services 601 Congress Street Boston, MA 02210 (617) 663-3100 jimboyle@jhancock.com

James Braithwaite

President and Chief Executive Officer KAN-AM The Forum 3290 Northside Parkway Suite 825 Atlanta, GA 30372 (404) 239-7817 jbraithwaite@kanamusa.com

Laurence P. Briody

Senior Vice President CB Richard Ellis 200 Park Avenue New York, NY 10022 (212) 984-6630 laurence.briody@cbre.com

Kenneth G. Browne

Partner Urban Development Partners 1776 Broadway Suite 606 New York, NY 10019 (212) 767-0960 kbrowne@urbandp.com


Richard Burke

F. Davis Camalier

James Burke

Michael Castellano

President Catholic School Management, Inc. 24 Cornfield Lane Madison, CT 06443-1625 (203) 421-5169 rjbcsm@aol.com Chief Executive Officer Global Compliance 13950 Ballantyne Corporate Place, Suite 300 Charlotte, NC 28277 (973) 921-5618 jim.burke@ globalcompliance.com

Curt Byerley

Founder and President Byerley Holdings LLC 229 Kings Highway Haddonfield, NJ 08033 (856) 427-6116 cbyerley@globalmarcom.com

Robert Byrnes

President R.S. Byrnes Associates, Inc. 10316 Feldfarm Lane Suite 100 Charlotte, NC 28210 (704) 544-1616 rbyrnes@rsbainc.com

Rev. William J. Byron, SJ Professor St. Joseph’s University 261 City Avenue Merion Station, PA 19066 (610) 660-1424 wbyron@sju.edu

Principal Washington Real Estate Partners 1629 K Street NW, Suite 1250 Washington, DC 20006 (202) 466-4000 dcamalier@wrepllc.com Retired Chief Financial Officer and Managing Director Lazard Asset Management 30 Rockefeller Plaza New York, NY 10020 (212) 632-8262 michael.castellano@ lazard.com

Paolo Catalfamo

Vice President National Italian American Foundation 1801 Middle River Drive Fort Lauderdale, FL 33305-3562 catalfamo@investar.it

Anthony Chiarello

President American Shipping Group 125 Village Blvd., Suite 230 Princeton, NJ 08540 (201) 553-3805 anthony.chiarello@ amershipgrp.com

Alvin A. Clay

Chief Executive Officer Davidson Trust Company 2015 Buttonwood Lane Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006-4414 (610) 254-2012 ac6098@comcast.net

Ronald Cline

Senior Vice President, Marketing Bank of America 1100 N. King Street DE5-001-09-05 Wilmington, DE 19884-0001 (302) 432-2845 ron.cline@ bankofamerica.com

Francis A. Coco

Executive Director Cushman & Wakefield, Inc. 1290 Avenue of the Americas 7th Floor New York, NY 10104 (212) 841-7810 frank.coco@cushwake.com

George W. Coleman

Vice Chairman, Global Equities Department Credit Suisse 11 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10010 (212) 325-0513 george.coleman@ credit-suisse.com

Paul Colonna

President & Chief Investment Officer, Fixed Income GE Asset Management 3001 Summer Street Stamford, CT 06904 (203) 326-2386 paul.colonna@ge.com

Joseph T. Corcoran

President Strategic Realty Investments, LLC 1480 Eaves Spring Drive Malvern, PA 19355-8761 (610) 975-0342 jcorcoran@ strategic-realty.com

John P. Costas

Chairman The Princeridge Group 623 Fifth Ave. New York, NY 10022 (212) 325-0513 jcostas@princeridge.com

James A. Cowan

Managing Director Morgan Stanley 522 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10036 (212) 296-0450 james.cowan@ morganstanley.com

Ronald S. Cruse

President & CEO Logenix International, LLC 5285 Shawnee Road, Suite 320 Alexandria, VA 22312 (703) 256-4885 rcruse@logenix-intl.com

Kevin M. Curley

President & CEO Curley Financial Group, LLC 5949 Sherry Lane, Suite 1175 John J. Coneys Dallas, TX 75225 Vice Chairman (214) 884-1967 PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP kcurley@ 300 Madison Avenue curleyfinancialgroup.com New York, NY 10017 (646) 471-4830 j.j.coneys@us.pwc.com

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Edward J. DaCosta

Executive Vice President CB Richard Ellis 2 Tower Center Boulevard East Brunswick, NJ 08816 (732) 509-8925 edward.dacosta@cbre.com

Kathie De Chirico

Consultant 338 Spring Hill Road Skillman, NJ 08558 (609) 520-5215 kathiedechirico@aol.com

Albert G. Deana

Principal ParenteBeard LLC 1650 Market Street 1 Liberty Place, Suite 4500 Philadelphia, PA 19103-4201 (215) 557-2024 adeana@parentenet.com

James DeBlasio

Retired CEO Internap Networks 7 Trimmer Road Lebanon, NJ 08833 (908) 963-4983 jpdeblasio@msn.com

Joseph V. Del Raso, Esq.

Partner Pepper Hamilton LLP 3000 Two Logan Square 18th and Arch Streets Philadelphia, PA 19103-2799 (215) 981-4506 delrasoj@pepperlaw.com

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Lawrence DelGatto

Daniel M. DiLella

Vern Farnsworth

Anthony E. Dellomo

Andrew P. DiLoreto

Saverio M. Fato

Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer Radian Group, Inc. 1601 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19103-2301 (215) 231-1000 lawrence.delgatto@ radian.biz Retired Vice President Commercial Credit Citibank, N.A. 55 Lakeland Road Staten Island, NY 10314-2505 (718) 981-8215 adellomo1@yahoo.com

Stephen DeRose

President and Chief Executive Officer BPG Properties, Ltd. 3500 Center Square West 1500 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19102 (215) 575-2411 ddilella@bpgltd.com Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Insight Catastrophe Group (ICG) 747 Third Avenue, 30th Floor New York, NY 10017 (212) 400-6567 apd@icg.com

Vice-President Business Development-Lipton Unilever United States, Inc. 800 Sylvan Avenue Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632-3201 (201) 894-7077 steve.derose@unilever.com

James Dolan

Sharon Desmond

Lynn L. Elsenhans

Senior VP, Revenue & Business Operations Comcast Corporation One Comcast Center
 Philadelphia, PA 19103-2838 (215) 286-7826 sharon_desmond@ cable.comcast.com

Denise L. Devine

Chief Executive Officer and President Nutripharm, Inc. and Devine Foods, Inc. 8 South Plum Street Media, PA 19063 (610) 566-2400 ddevine@nutripharminc.com

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Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Ascent Data 90 Beta Drive Pittsburgh, PA 15238-2945 (941) 549-9713 jdolan@voyagergrp.com Chairman, CEO, and President Sunoco, Inc. 1735 Market Street, Suite LL Philadelphia, PA 19103 (215) 977-3143 lelsenhans@sunocoinc.com

Sean Fahey

Partner Pepper Hamilton LLP 3000 Two Logan Square Eighteenth & Arch Streets Philadelphia, PA 19103 (215) 981-4296 faheys@pepperlaw.com

Senior Consultant National Foundation for Debt Management 14104 58th Street North Clearwater, FL 33760 (866) 409-6336 vfarnsworth@ tampabay.rr.com Assurance Partner PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP 411 Hamilton Boulevard Suite 1332 Peoria, IL 61602-3105 (309) 680-3254 saverio.fato@us.pwc.com

Joseph Fico

President and CEO TD Bank 200 State Street Boston, MA 02109 (856) 751-7512 jmnfico@aol.com

Howard Fields

Programs Executive, North America Business Analytics and Optimization IBM Corporation Old Orchard Road Armonk, NY 10504 (914) 765-6371 hafields@us.ibm.com

Peter Flynn

Director of Finance and Administrative Services The Catholic Center, Diocese of Fort Worth 800 West Loop 820 South Fort Worth, TX 76108-2919 (817) 560-2452 pflynn@fwdioc.org


Mark P. Ford

Stephen J. Furnary

Frank J. Frabizzio

The Very Rev. Anthony M. Genovese, OSA

Executive Vice President President of Sports Group Time Inc. 1271 Avenue of the Americas 33rd Floor New York, NY 10020 (212) 522-4858 mark_ford@timeinc.com Partner PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Two Commerce Square 2001 Market Street Suite 1700 Philadelphia, PA 19103-7042 (267) 330-2409 frank.j.frabizzio@ us.pwc.com

Bryan T. Froehle, PhD Professor of Practical Theology St. Thomas University 16401 NW 37th Street Miami Gardens, FL 33054-6313 (305) 628-6636 froehleb@gmail.com

Arthur J. Furia

Partner Shutts & Bowen LLP 1500 Miami Center 201 South Biscayne Boulevard Miami, FL 33131-1897 (305) 347-7346 afuria@shutts.com

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer ING Clarion Partners 230 Park Avenue, 12th Floor New York, NY 10169 (212) 883-2502 steve.furnary@ clarionpartners.com

John Giunco

Chairman, Real Estate Land Use & Development Practice Area Giordano, Halleran & Ciesla, PC 125 Half Mile Road P.O. Box 190 Middletown, NJ 07748 (732) 219-5496 jgiunco@ghclaw.com

Prior Provincial Augustinian Province of St. Thomas of Villanova University 1242 Montrose Avenue Rosemont, PA 19010 (610) 519-7129 amgosa@earthlink.net

Justin G. Gmelich

Michael G. Geoghegan

Executive Vice President, Head of WealthAdvisory Services Wilmington Trust of Pennsylvania Rodney Square North 1100 N. Market Street Wilmington, DE 19890 (302) 651-1936 mgraham@ wilmingtontrust.com

Vice Chairman CB Richard Ellis 200 Park Avenue New York, NY 10166 (212) 984-8037 michael.geoghegan@ cbre.com

Thomas F. Gilman

President and CEO TD Auto Financial 27777 Inkster Road Farmington Hills, MI 48334-5326 (248) 427-3111 thomas.gilman@tdaf.com

Partner Managing Director Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. 200 West Street 6th Floor New York, NY 10282-2102 (212) 902-9653 justin.gmelich@gs.com

Mark A. Graham

Vahan H. Gureghian

Chief Executive Officer Charter School Management, Inc. 302 East Fifth Street Chester, PA 19013 (610) 447-0400 vhg@chestercommunity charter.org

Robert A. Hagemann Senior Vice President and CFO Quest Diagnostics Incorporated 3 Giralda Farms Madison, NJ 07940 (973) 520-2173 robert.a.hagemann@ questdiagnostics.com

Christopher P. Haley

Managing Principal Palladian Realty Capital 6 Stony Meadow Court Lutherville, MD 21093 (443) 286-6703 chaley@palladianrc.com

Jennifer Halliday

Principal, Corporate Financial Services The Vanguard Group, Inc. PO Box 2600 VM V19 Valley Forge, PA 19482 (610) 503-2399 jennifer_halliday@ vanguard.com

Samuel Halter

Senior Vice President Delta Air Lines P.O. Box 20706 Atlanta, GA 30320-6001 (404) 773-3146 hh987@hotmail.com

Richard Heintzelman

Executive Vice President and Head of Commercial Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics Americas 190 Lake Avenue Fair Haven, NJ 07704-3107 (201) 505-5106 richard.heintzelman@ 2wglobal.com

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EXECUTIVE DIRECTORY

Jeanne Hogarth, PhD

Senior Analyst, Consumer Education & Research Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System 20th Street and Constitution Avenue, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20551 (202) 785-6024 jeanne.m.hogarth@frb.gov

Managing Director Aetna Inc. Aetna Building One 980 Jolly Road Blue Bell, PA 19422-1904 (800) 872-3862 sixhughes@comcast.net

Laura Iacona

Chairman & President Troy Financial Corporation 32 Second Street Troy, NY 12180 (518) 270-3313 dhogarty@nycap.rr.com

Partner, Audit Practice Leader Grant Thornton LLP Two Commerce Square 2001 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19103 (215) 814-1755 laura.iacona@us.gt.com

Thomas J. Holt

John Idol

Daniel J. Hogarty, Jr.

Chief Executive Officer Holt Logistics Corporation 101 South King Street Gloucester City, NJ 08030 (856) 742-3021 tholtjr@holtlogistics.com

Mark Hosbein

Senior Vice President, Advertiser Solutions The Nielsen Company 770 Broadway, Floor 14 New York, NY 10003 (646) 654-5226 mark.hosbein@nielsen.com

Cynthia Hubert

Executive Director American Productivity & Quality Center APQC Headquarters 123 N. Post Oak Lane Floor 3 Houston, TX 77024 (713) 685-7210 cindyh@apqc.org

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Robert Hughes

Chief Executive Officer Michael Kors, Inc. 11 West 42nd Street New York, NY 10036 (212) 201-8100 x 8388 john.idol@michaelkors.com

Christine James

Managing Director, Institutional Client Services Wells Capital Management 123 South Broad Street 9th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19109 (215) 670-3738 cjames@wellscap.com

Michael J. Jones

Managing Director Nomura Securities International, Inc. 2 World Financial Center Lobby B New York, NY 10281 (973) 966-6920 michael.jones@nomura.com

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Wayne Kaplan

Managing Partner Grant Thornton LLP Two Commerce Square 2001 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19103 (215) 656-3073 wayne.kaplan@us.gt.com

Thomas P. Keegan

Partner KPMG LLP 345 Park Avenue New York, NY 11054 (215) 299-3100 tkeegan@kpmg.com

Sheila Kelly

Manager Prudential 38 Meade Road Ambler, PA 19002-5141 (215) 784-2089 s.m.kelly@verizon.net

Charles H. Kerrigan

Peter T. Knobloch

CEO RJ Palmer 156 West 56th Street, Floor 5 New York, NY 10019 (917) 344-5302 pknobloch@rjpalmer.com

Stephen W. Kreter

Executive VP & Founder Kreg Information Systems 101 Town Green Wilton, CT 06897 (203) 762-2268 skreter@kreg.com

Joseph Lamastra

President T Capital Management, LLC 725 Fifth Avenue, 23rd Floor New York, NY 10022 (212) 292-7878 jlamastra@tcapnyc.com

Daniel S. Lammot

Chief Executive Officer roundCorner, Inc. 1330 Youngs Ford Road Gladwyne, PA 19035 (787) 233-6444 dan.lammot@roundcorner.com

Director of Marketing Legacy Advisors, LLC 1703 Weatherstone Drive Paoli, PA 19301 (610) 943-3042 ext 142 ckerrigan@legacyadvice.com Gerard S. LaRocca Chief Administrative Thomas Klein Officer, Americas President Managing Director Sabre Holdings Barclays Capital 3150 Sabre Drive 745 Seventh Avenue Southlake, TX 76092 New York, NY 10019 (682) 605-5331 (212) 526-2823 tom.klein@sabre.com gerard.larocca@barcap.com


Jeffrey C. LeSage

National Managing Partner, US Tax Practice KPMG LLP 345 Park Avenue, 38th Floor New York, NY 10154 (212) 872-2100 jclesage@kpmg.com

Jeffrey Leventry, Esq.

Senior Vice President, Learning & Development Willis Re Inc. 50 South 16th Street Suite 2500 Philadelphia, PA 19102 (215) 239-6670 jeffrey.leventry@willis.com

Alan Levy

Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition U.S. Food and Drug Administration 5600 Fishers Lane Rockville, MD 20857-0001 alan.levy@fda.hhs.gov

Steven M. Lewis

Executive Vice President Willis HRH World Financial Center 200 Liberty Street Floor 6 New York, NY 10281-1003 (212) 915-8802 steven.lewis@willis.com

Douglas Lioon

Founder Douglas Laboratories 600 Boyce Road Pittsburgh, PA 15205 (412) 344-2964 dlioon@douglaslabs.com

Michael Lowenstein

Executive Vice President Market Probe, Inc. 2655 North Mayfair Road Milwaukee, WI 53226-1302 (414) 530-5422

Joseph T. Lynch

Massimiliano Magrini

Chief Executive Officer Annapurna Ventures Via Tortona 25 Milan, 20144 mmagrini@ annapurnaventures.com

Retired President JTL Development Corporation 1599 Larkfield Avenue Westlake Village, CA 91362 (805) 496-6404 joelynch@jtldev.com

Michael Malloy

Richard J. Lyon

John Marino

Executive Vice President, Commercial Real Estate Capital One Services, Inc. 140 Brookmead Road Wayne, PA 19087-1331 (212) 834-1234 rick.lyon@capitalone.com

Victor J. Maggitti

Owner & President Vimco, Inc. 300 Hansen Access Road King of Prussia, PA 19406 (610) 768-0500 vic@vimcoinc.com

Alexander L. Maggitti

President Orlando Diefenderfer Electric P.O. Box 88 116 S. Second Street Allentown, PA 18105-0088 (215) 657-4900 amaggitti@diefenderfer.com

Audit Partner Deloitte & Touche LLP Two World Financial Center New York, NY 10281 (212) 436-4965 mmalloy@deloitte.com National Executive Director National Italian American Foundation 1860 19th Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20009 (202) 387-0600 jmarino@niaf.org

Elizabeth T. Mazzeo

Business Head Bloomberg Financial Markets 731 Lexington Avenue New York, NY 10022 (212) 617-6175 bmazzeo@bloomberg.net

Matthew McAndrew

Vice President Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, LLC 2000 Westchester Avenue Floor 2 Purchase, NY 10577 mc78andrew@hotmail.com

James McAndrew

Chief Executive Officer and Chairman Pan American Outdoor Advertising 420 A South First Street Bangor, PA 18013 (610) 588-6700 jimmy.mcandrew@ matthewoutdoor.com

Robert J. McCarthy

Group President Marriott International 10400 Fernwood Road Bethesda, MD 20817-1102 (301) 380-2607 bob.mccarthy@marriott.com

Michael P. McCarthy

Managing Partner Pipeline Biomedical Holdings 54 Jacquelin Avenue Ho Ho Kus, NJ 07423-1323 (201) 788-9105 mmccarthy789@yahoo.com

Kathleen McChesney

Chief Executive Officer Kinsale Management Consulting P.O. Box 4480 Palm Springs, CA 92263 (202) 369-5207 kathleenkinsale@msn.com

Stephen J. McConnell, Esq. Partner Dechert LLP 2929 Arch Street, Floor 18 Philadelphia, PA 19104 (215) 994-2281 stephen.mcconnell@ dechert.com

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EXECUTIVE DIRECTORY

Steven E. McCraney

President McCraney Property Company 2257 Vista Parkway, Suite 17 West Palm Beach, FL 33411 (561) 478-4300 smccraney@ mccraneyproperty.com

William McDermott

Co-CEO and President of Global Field Operations SAP America, Inc. 3999 West Chester Pike Newtown Square, PA 19073 (610) 661-3115 bill.mcdermott@sap.com

Donough McDonough

Managing Director Boomerang Capital, LLC 140 Rowayton Avenue Suite C Rowayton, CT 06853 (203) 855-1723 dmcd@boomcap.com

Richard M. McGuckin

Vice President of Leasing Brandywine Realty Trust 555 East Lancaster Avenue Suite 100 Radnor, PA 19087 (610) 832-5644 rich.mcguckin@bdnreit.com

Robert McMahon

Leader, US Policy & Government Relations Merck & Co., Inc. 601 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, North Building Suite 1200 Washington, DC 20004 (202) 508-4559 robert_mcmahon@merck.com

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Robert McNeill

Partner, Assurance & Advisory Services Deloitte & Touche LLP 700 Market Street, Floor 24 Philadelphia, PA 19013 (215) 246-2417 rmcneill@deloitte.com

James P. Meehan

Sr. Patricia Mitchell, SFCC Executive Director Silicon Valley FACES 777 N. First Street, Suite 220 San Jose, CA 95112 (408) 286-9663 x 326 pmitchell@svccj.org

Angelina Mondavi

President RealMarq Corporation P.O. Box 8263 Wayne, PA 19087 (610) 995-2929 jpmeehan@realmarq.com

Acting Head Winemaker Charles Krug P.O. Box 342 St. Helena, CA 94574-0342 (707) 253-7500 angelina.mondavi@ sbcglobal.net

Rohit Mehrotra

Ned Moore

Vice President, Private Wealth Management J. P. Morgan Securities, LLC 1650 Market Street, Floor 47 Philadelphia, PA 19103 (215) 640-3451 rohit.mehrotra@ jpmorgan.com

Patrick Meyer

President Sourcebits 308 South Coconut Lane Miami Beach, FL 33139 (646) 620-6618 patrick@sourcebits.com

Louis P. Mirando

Principal TransAtlantic Capital Advisors, LLC 1120 Avenue of the Americas, Suite 4026 New York, NY 10036 (212) 889-0300 x201 lmirando@tacadvisors.com

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Chief Executive Officer Portico Systems 518 E. Township Line Road Suite 100 Blue Bell, PA 19422 (215) 358-3732 nmoore@porticosys.com

Most Reverend George V. Murry, SJ

Bishop Diocese of Youngstown 144 W. Wood Street Youngstown, OH 44503 (330) 744-8451 pbutch@youngstowndiocese.org

Donald J. Musso

President FinPro 20 Church Street P.O. Box 323 Liberty Corner, NJ 07938-0323 (908) 604-9336 dmusso@finpronj.com

Richard J. Naclerio

Financial Consultant (retired) 955 Esplanade Pelham Manor, NY 10803 (914) 738-8757 rangroup@verizon.net

Robert Moran

Manuel Nunez

President and CEO PetSmart, Inc. 19601 North 27th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85027 (623) 587-2040 rmoran@ssg.petsmart.com

Director of External Affairs Inter-American Foundation 901 N. Stuart Street Floor 10 Arlington, VA 22203 (703) 306-4329 mnunez@iaf.gov

Robert B. Murphy

Daniel F. O’Dea

Of Counsel Dykema 13001 Street, NW, Suite 300 Washington, D.C. 200052004 (202) 906-8721 rmurphy@dykema.com

President Delphi Affordable Housing Group, Inc. 9433 Bee Caves Road Suite 3-201 Austin, TX 78733 (512) 494-8200 x211 dan@delphihousing.com


Robert Olszewski

Director Kreischer Miller 100 Witmer Road, Suite 350 Horsham, PA 19044-2369 (215) 420-1264 rolszewski@kmco.com

Dorothea Palsho

Vice President (retired), Strategic Marketing Dow Jones & Co. 17 Bethpage Drive Skillman, NJ 08558 (609) 924-2579 dc.palsho@gmail.com

Janis K. Pappalardo, PhD Bureau of Economics Federal Trade Commission 600 Pennsylvania Avenue Washington, D.C. 20580 (202) 326-2222 jpappalardo@ftc.gov

Kristina Parker

Audit Partner KPMG LLP 1601 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19103-2301 (267) 256-1657 kristinaparker@kpmg.com

Devanshi Patel

Director of Marketing The Venus Group 25861 Wright Street Foothill Ranch, CA 92610 (949) 609-1299 devanshi@venusgroup.com

Most Reverend Richard E. Pates

Bishop, Diocese of Des Moines Catholic Pastoral Center 601 Grand Avenue Des Moines, IA 50309 (515) 237-5039 rpates@dmdiocese.org

Paul A. Pearson

Principal Pearson Partners, Inc. 610 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10020 (212) 332-2750 ppearson@pearsonre.com

Frank Perier

Senior Vice President, Finance and CFO Forest Laboratories 909 Third Avenue New York, NY 10022 (212) 224-6647 frank.perier@frx.com

Michael Petrane

Partner, Assurance Services Ernst & Young LLP 15 Voorhees Lane Skillman, NJ 08558-1832 (732) 516-4667 michael.petrane@ey.com

Suzanne Petrella

Private Consultant 3701 Welsh Road Willow Grove, PA 19090 (215) 657-4900 suepetrella@gmail.com

Michael A. Policano

Debra Ringold

Private Investor Self-Employed P.O. Box 1806 Paramus, NJ 07653-1806 (201) 788-3208 mapolicano@gmail.com

Dean Williamette University 900 State Street Salem, OR 97301 (503) 370-6167 dringold@willamette.edu

William T. Powers, III

Roy Rosin

EVP & Chief Financial  Officer Rolls Royce North America, Inc. 1875 Explorer Street Suite 200 Reston, VA 20190 (703) 621-2765 will.powers@rolls-royce.com

Charles Poznek

Founder Peety LLC 100 Chetwynd Drive Suite 203 Bryn Mawr, PA 19010 (484) 380-2356 cpoznek@comcast.net

Thomas Quindlen

President and CEO GE Capital Corporate Finance 10 Riverview Drive Danbury, CT 06810 (203) 749-6560 tom.quindlen@ge.com

Anthony Reynolds

Chief Operating Officer SAP America, Inc. 3410 Hillview Ave. Palo Alto, CA 94304 (650) 856-5312 anthony.reynolds@sap.com

Vice President, Innovation Intuit, Inc. 100 Fifth Avenue, 7th Floor Waltham, MA 02451 roy_rosin@intuit.com

Philip N. Russo

Chief Finance Officer and Chief Operating Officer Delaware Investments 2005 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19103-7042 (215) 255-1207 philip.russo@delinvest.com

Michael Russomano

Chief Marketing and New Business Officer Pfizer Inc. 400 Cedar Hill Road Ambler, PA 19002-1518 (973) 660-6211 mrussomano@aol.com

David E. Rutter

Chief Executive Officer ICAP Electronic Broking LLC 1100 Plaza Five, Floor 11 Jersey City, NJ 07311-4003 (212) 815-7453 david.rutter@us.icap.com

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EXECUTIVE DIRECTORY

Christopher G. Ryan

Global Leader for Industrial Filtration Products W.L. Gore & Associates, Inc. PO Box 1100 101 Lewisville Road Elkton, MD 21921-2182 (410) 506-3332 cryan@wlgore.com

William J. Sales

President Tishman Realty Corporation 100 Park Avenue, Floor 18 New York, NY 10017 (212) 708-6793 sales@tishman.com

Tony Salgado, CPA

Chief Financial Officer Archdiocese of Santa Fe 4000 St. Joseph Place, NW Albuquerque, NM 87120 (505) 831-8132 tsalgado@asfcca.org

Craig Sanders

Gary Silvi

Karen Stine

Karl F. Schmidt

Rick Smith

Puja Suneja Peruto

Vice President, Medical Affairs Centocor, Inc 800 Ridgeview Drive Horsham, PA 19044-3607 (215) 325-4510 tschaibl@cntus.jnj.com Vice President, Supply Chain Strategy & Innovation Johnson & Johnson 410 George Street Room GS 1251 New Brunswick, NJ 08901 (732) 524-6180 kschmidt@corus.jnj.com

Jessica Scully

Vice President, Operations Scully Company 801 Old York Rd # 100 Jenkintown, PA 19046 (215) 292-1910 jmscully@scullycompany.com

Vice President Northhighland Five Radnor Corporate Center, Suite 444 100 Matsonford Road Radnor, PA 19087-4526 (484) 654-2060 craig.sanders@comcast.net

Michael A. Scully

Marc Scarduffa

Paul V. Scura

Chief of Staff/Sr. Director of Political Affairs & Federal Government Relations Pfizer Inc. 235 East 42nd Street New York, NY 10017 (212) 733-2323 marc.scarduffa@pfizer.com

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Thomas Schaible, PhD

Managing Director Scully Company 801 Old York Rd # 100 Jenkintown, PA 19046 (215) 292-1910 michael.scully@ scullycompany.com Managing Partner Scura Partners Securities, LLC 489 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10017 (212) 596-3383 pscura@scurapartners.com

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President Vesper Property Group, LTD 1619 Walnut Street Suite 520 Philadelphia, PA 19103 (215) 575-0677 gsilvi@vesperpg.com Leader, Organizational Effectiveness for Asia-Pacific Global Leader, Leadership Accenture 250 N. Bridge Road #33-00 Raffles City Tower Singapore, 179101 (656) 410-6879 rick.smith@accenture.com

Ronald R. Steger

Partner-in-Charge, Global Semiconductor Industry Practice KPMG LLP 20 Pacifica, Suite 700 Irvine, CA 92618-3391 (949) 885-5400 rrsteger@kpmg.com

William H. Stewart ’88 VSB

Partner Navigator Partners, LLC 428 Springfield Avenue Floor 2 Summit, NJ 07901 (908) 273-7733 wstewart@ navigatorpartners.com

Enterprise Information Architect Vertex, Inc. 130 Waverly Street Cambridge, MA 02139-4242 (484) 595-5956 karen.stine@vertexinc.com Senior Manager, Transaction Real Estate Ernst & Young LLP 2001 Market Street Suite 4000 Philadelphia, PA 19103 (215) 448-5807 puja.suneja@ey.com

Frank Sweeney

President and Chief Executive Officer TDK U.S.A. Corporation 525 RXR Plaza Uniondale, NY 11556 (516) 535-2888 frank.sweeney@tuc.tdk.com

Milissa M. Tadeo

Senior Vice President Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia Ten Independence Mall Philadelphia, PA 19106 (215) 574-6533 milissa.tadeo@phil.frb.org

Joseph Tesoriero

Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Dole Food Company, Inc. P.O. Box 5132 Westlake Village, CA 91359-5132 (818) 879-6900 joseph.tesoriero@dole.com


Michael J. Thomson

President & COO SunCoke Energy Inc. Parkside Plaza 11400 Parkside Drive Knoxville, TN 37934 (865) 288-5288 mjthomson@sunocoinc.com

Paolo Torchetti

Chairman Flumen Communications Companies Via G. Bovio 6 Milan, 20159 ptorchetti@flumen.co.uk

Sean Traynor

General Partner Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe 320 Park Avenue, Suite 2500 New York, NY 10022 (212) 893-9545 straynor@welshcarson.com

William Tucker

Chief Executive Officer Media Vest USA 1675 Broadway, 17th Floor New York, NY 10019 (212) 468-3530 bill.tucker@ mediavestww.com

Arthur F. Tully

Partner Ernst & Young LLP 5 Times Square New York, NY 10036 (212) 773-2252 arthur.tully@ey.com

Luis A. Urrutia

President LFG Resources, Inc. 1105 Bell Avenue Allentown, PA 18103-3721 (610) 751-3410 luis.urrutia@lfgresources.com

Mark Valente

President Valente & Associates Hamilton Square 600 14th Street, NW, 5th Floor Washington, D.C. 20005 (202) 783-1980 mark@valenteassociates.com

Ricaurte Vasquez

CEO-Cenral America, Caribbean General Electric Central America/Carribean Torre de las Americas Torre B, Piso 15 Panama City, Republic of Panama 0818-0052 (507) 282-7389 ricaurte.vasquez@ge.com

Thomas M. Venables

Wayne Withrow

President and CEO Taramax USA, Inc. 600 Warren Avenue Spring Lake, NJ 07762-2000 (732) 282-0300 x 121 tvenables@taramax.ch

Executive Vice President SEI Investments Company One Freedom Valley Drive Oaks, PA 19456 (610) 676-1926 wwithrow@seic.com

Edmond Walters

Managing Director Virtu Capital Management LLC 645 Madison Avenue 16th Floor New York, New York 10022 (212) 418-0118 mzampardi@virtumgt.com

Founder and Chief Executive Officer eMoney Advisor, LLC 1001 E. Hector Street Suite 401 Conshohocken, PA 19428 (610) 684-4657 edmondw@ emoneyadvisor.com

Michael Zampardi

Michael Zarrelli

Corporate Counsel, Manager Federal Government Affairs Alticor, Inc. Valerie Wieman 214 Massachusetts Avenue, NE New York Metro Suite 210 Assurance Partner PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Washington, D.C. 20002 (202) 547-5005 300 Madison Avenue mike.zarrelli@alticor.com Suite 24 New York, NY 10017-6232 (646) 471-5027 valeriepwc@gmail.com

Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this list. Please direct any corrections to Madonna Sutter, Associate Dean, External Relations (madonna@villanova.edu). This member directory is for official University use and for the individual communication among Villanova stakeholders listed herein. Use of this publication for any other purpose is strictly prohibited and is in direct violation of copyright and constitutes a misappropriation of proprietary information.

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CONTACTS

Villanova University

Villanova School of Business

Undergraduate Admissions

DEAN’S SUITE Bartley Hall 1045

(610) 519-4000 gotovu@villanova.edu Austin Hall

Alumni Affairs

(610) 519-4539 1-800-Villanova www.villanova.edu/advance/ alumni Garey Hall

Campus Ministry

(610) 519-4080 www.villanova.edu/ campusministry St. Rita’s Hall

Development

1-800-486-5244 development@villanova.edu www.villanova.edu/advance/ develop Picotte Hall, Garey Hall

Conference Services

(610) 519-7580 Ron Diment, Director ronald.diment@villanova.edu Galberry Hall

Registrar

(610) 519-4032 www.villanova.edu/enroll/ register Tolentine, Rooms 202-204

University Shop

(610) 519-4161 www.villanova.edu/services/ ushop Kennedy Hall

Brenda Stover

Jennifer Whinney

Interim Dean

Director, Professional Development and Business Institutes (610) 519-5898 brenda.stover@villanova.edu

Dennis Kuhn, JD

Trish Burdo

Debbie Grass

GRADUATE AND EXECUTIVE PROGRAMS Bartley Hall 1074

VSB DEVELOPMENT

Kevin D. Clark, PhD (610) 519-3256 kevin.d.clark@villanova.edu Senior Associate Dean (610) 519-4459 dennis.kuhn@villanova.edu

Madonna Sutter ’81 MA

Associate Dean, External Relations (610) 519-3109 madonna@villanova.edu

Liz H. Field

Director of Communication (610) 519-6678 liz.field@villanova.edu

Timothy Hoffman ’04 VSB, ’06 MBA

Robert Bonner

Associate Dean, Graduate and Executive Programs (610) 519-4336 robert.bonner@villanova.edu

Zelon Crawford

Director of Graduate Programs (610) 519-6238 zelon.crawford@villanova.edu

Director of Finance and Operations (610) 519-3270 Vincent DiFelice timothy.hoffman@villanova.edu Director of Executive Education Programs Victoria Forrest (610) 523-1737 Executive Assistant to vincent.difelice@villanova.edu the Dean (610) 519-4331 victoria.forrest@villanova.edu

THE CLAY CENTER: UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS Bartley Hall 1054

Melinda German

Associate Dean, Undergraduate Business Programs (610) 519-4333 melinda.german@villanova.edu

Ellenbeth Pepe

Associate Director (610) 519-4567 ellenbeth.pepe@villanova.edu

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Assistant Director, Business Minors (610) 519-5951 patricia.burdo@villanova.edu

VILLANOVA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Kristy Irwin

Director of Marketing & Admissions, Graduate Business Programs (610) 519-6288 kristy.irwin@villanova.edu

Meredith Lockyer

Manager, Strategic Initiatives for Graduate and Executive Education (610) 519-3013 jennifer.whinney@villanova.edu Assistant Director, Specialized Masters (610) 519-4754 debbie.grass@villanova.edu

Kathleen McCloud

VSB Major Gift Officer (610) 519-7659 kathleen.mccloud@villanova.edu

Lauren Kleckner

VSB Major Gift Officer (610) 519-7449 lauren.kleckner@villanova.edu

Kevin Noller ’04 A&S, ’09 MBA

VSB Major Gift Officer (610) 519-6569 kevin.noller@villanova.edu

ACADEMIC AREAS

Michael Peters, PhD

Chair, Accountancy & Information Systems (610) 519-4048 michael.peters@villanova.edu

Wen Mao, PhD

Chair, Economics and Statistics (610) 519-6429 wen.mao@villanova.edu

Assistant Director Graduate Business Programs (610) 519-7016 meredith.lockyer@ villanova.edu

David Shaffer, PhD

Meredith Casino

Chair, Marketing and Business Law (610) 519-4352 greg.bonner@villanova.edu

Assistant Director Graduate Business Programs (610) 519-7809 meredith.casino@ villanova.edu

Chair, Finance (610) 519-5637 david.shaffer@villanova.edu

Greg Bonner, PhD

Daniel Wright, PhD

Chair, Management & Operations (610) 519-6428 daniel.wright@villanova.edu


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“I really couldn’t imagine going into my MBA classes without SBI. It changed the way I look at every case. I now see multiple angles instead of just the legal side I began with.”

“SBI attracts all different “I would definitely recommend kinds of people, from all  SBI to anyone.Being able to tell majors. It really is an an interviewer you dedicated 10 experience that anyone weeks out of your summer shows would benefit from.” that you’re interested in business, that you’re dedicated to it.” Jacqueline Plush SBI ’09

Jamie Hopkins SBI ’08

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BA Political Science, Davidson College, 2007 JD Villanova University School of Law, 2010 MBA Villanova School of Business, 2011

I NVE ST IN YO U R F U T U R E The Villanova Summer Business Institute (SBI) is a 10-week program that provides non-business students with an understanding of the principles of economics, accounting, finance, management, and marketing. Taught by faculty from Villanova’s nationally—ranked School of Business, students who graduate from the program earn a business minor or business certificate. Visit www.business.villanova.edu/sbi to learn more about the program, class schedule and dates, and the application process. Call 610-519-5951 or email sbi@villanova.edu

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VSB Graduate Programs & Rankings Executive MBA • #1 for classmates’ contributions to the learning experience

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The Villanova MBA • #55 worldwide in the Aspen Institute’s prestigious Global 100 list of business schools, which recognizes schools that have demonstrated significant leadership in integrating social, environmental, and ethical issues into their MBA programs

The Villanova MBA • Consecutively ranked Top 10 in academic quality

Executive Programs • • •

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The Villanova MBA • • •

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Please view the programs listing on page 11 for more details.

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