Dear Oziemba2006 ,
On behalf of Randall Sawyer, Director of Admissions for The Johnson School at Cornell University, we are pleased to invite to you to a Discover Cornell reception in Boston on Thursday, December 14, 2006 at the Omni Parker House. You have been selected from a group of prospective students based on your interest in the Johnson School. This is your opportunity to meet senior administrators and Boston based alumni as well as to hear first hand about our MBA program.
Thursday, December 14
7:00 â€“ 8:30 pm
Omni Parker House
60 School Street
The Johnson School is pleased to welcome many of its extraordinary alumni, faculty and lecturers to the Omni Parker House for this reception and would welcome your attendance to learn more about the Johnson School and its far-reaching network and exceptional MBA program.
The evening will include comments from:
Richard A. Shafer, Cornell PhD â€™97. In addition to being the Associate Dean for Corporate Relations at the Johnson School at Cornell University, Dr. Shafer is also a Director at TruePoint Partners, specializing in working with senior teams on strategy execution, organizational design and change management. Prior to joining Cornell in 1997, Dr. Shafer he was a partner in Deloitte Consulting, served as National Director of Human Resources for Deloitte & Touche LLP for 12 years, and held a variety of senior executive positions at Corning, Inc.
Randy L. Allen, Cornell BA, Senior Lecturer of Strategy and Consultant in Residence, the Johnson School. A member of the Johnson School's Advisory Council, Allen spent over 22 years with Deloitte Consulting, focusing on consumer business and serving clients in the retail, distribution, consumer goods, and apparel manufacturing industries. Most recently, she was with Kmart Corp. (Troy, Michigan) in a variety of roles including senior vice president of strategic planning and business initiatives, executive vice president for strategic initiatives, chief diversity officer, and executive vice president of strategic planning and CIO. Allen led the restructuring of that business, putting it on the path to profitability. Allen previously worked for Phillips-Van Heusen Corp., Boeing Computer Services, and IBM.
Amit Nisenbaum, Cornell MBA â€™03, is a Strategy Consultant with the Boston Consulting Group. His industry expertise is in the Technology and Telecom industries and his functional expertise is in the strategy, corporate development and organizational behaviour practices. Most recently he has held senior Business Development, Product Management and Project Management positions at ECTEL LTD and Vsoft LTD. Mr. Nisenbaum was one of the founding directors of BR Incubator, Cornell Universityâ€™s consulting firm advising early stage ventures.
Dave Titus, Cornell MBA '04, spent two years in the Boston office of L.E.K. Consulting where he worked on a variety of strategy projects, including several in the life sciences and private equity industries. Dave has recently joined Fidelity Consulting and New Business Development, Fidelity's internal strategy group.
Please join Director Sawyer, noted alumni and other Johnson Staff for drinks and hors dâ€™oeuvres to learn more about The Johnson School at Cornell University.
Again, the event is Thursday, December 14, 2006, 7:00 â€“ 8:30 pm at Omni Parker House, 60 School Street, Boston, MA.
RSVP by replying to this email by close of business Tuesday, December 12, 2006 to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Who else got this ? BSchools send this to all prospective students in a partuclar region..Wondering , if it's worth taking the trip to Boston