Executives in Residence 1999-2008

Executives in Residence 1999-2008

[Nina DeSesa]
Nina DeSesa
[The Real Pepsi Challenge]
The Real Pepsi Challenge
[Barry Salzberg]
Barry Salzberg
[Dean Furbush]
Dean Furbush
[Global Ethics Panel]
Global Ethics Panel, EIR Centennial
[Women in Finance Panel]
Women in Finance Panel, EIR Centennial
[Susan Sokol]
Susan Sokol
[Michael C. Koffler]
Michael C. Koffler
[Keith Reinhard]
Keith Reinhard
[Richard Zannino]
Richard Zannino
[Herbert Henkel]
Herbert Henkel
[John J. O'Connor]
John J. O'Connor
[Marie Toulantis]
Marie Toulantis
[Herbert Henkel]
Herbert Henkel
[Tal Piccione]
Tal Piccione
[Richard H. Friedman]
Richard H. Friedman
[Lon Gorman]
Lon Gorman
[Dina Dublon]
Dina Dublon
[James Quinn]
James Quinn
[John Boyd]
John Boyd
[Michael Clinton]
Michael Clinton
[Robert C. Oelkers]
Robert C. Oelkers

Fall 2008: Nina DeSesa
Chairman
McCann Erickson New York

Fall 2008: Joseph Ficalora '79
President, Chief Executive Officer, and Director
New York Community Bancorp, Inc.

Fall 2008: Larry Silverstein
President and CEO
Silverstein Properties, Inc.

Spring 2008 and Fall 2007: The Real Pepsi Challenge
The Real Pepsi Challenge by Stephanie Capparell, senior special writer at The Wall Street Journal, documents the history of one of the first all-black sales teams in corporate U.S. history that specifically marketed to black consumers. The Lubin School of Business hosted panel discussions on race and diversity in corporate America, focussing on on the past history of these issues, the innovations made by Pepsi in the 1940s, and the current issues and challenges in 21st-century business.

Spring 2007: Barry Salzberg
Managing Partner
Deloitte & Touche USA LLP

Spring 2006: Dean Furbush
CEO
FreshDirect, LLC

Fall 2006: Executives in Residence Centennial Series
In celebration of the Centennial for both the Lubin School of Business and Pace University, Lubin hosted a series of senior executive panels, inviting back participants of our Executive in Residence program, which has been in existence for almost 20 years. Four events were held during October and November, three on the downtown New York City campus, and one on the Pleasantville campus in Westchester, and the topics of the panel discussions were Global Business Ethics, Women in Finance, Advertising PR, and Business and Technology.

Fall 2005: Susan Sokol
President
Vera Wang

Fall 2004: Michael C. Koffler
President and CEO
MetSchools, Inc.

Fall 2004: Keith Reinhard
Chairman
DDB Worldwide

Spring 2004: Richard Zannino '84
Executive Vice President and CEO
Dow Jones & Company

Fall 2003: Herbert L. Henkel'79
Chairman of the Board of Directors, President, and CEO
Ingersoll-Rand Company Limited

Spring 2003: John J. O'Connor
Vice Chairman, Services
PricewaterhouseCoopers

Fall 2002: Marie J. Toulantis '81
CEO
Barnes & Noble.com

Fall 2002: Herbert L. Henkel '79
Chairman of the Board of Directors, President, and CEO
Ingersoll-Rand Company Limited

Spring 2002: Tal Piccione '74
Chairman, President, and CEO
U.S. RE Companies, Inc.

Fall 2001: Richard H. Friedman '73
Chairman and CEO
MIM Corporation

Spring 2001: Lon Gorman
Vice Chairman
The Charles Schwab Corporation
President, Chairman, and CEO
Schwab Capital Markets

Fall 2000: Dina Dublon
Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Chase Manhattan Corporation

Fall 2000: James E. Quinn '80
Vice Chairman
Tiffany & Company

Spring 2000: John E. Boyd '76
President and CEO
Con Edison Solutions

Fall 1999: Michael A. Clinton '83
Senior Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer, and Group Publishing Director
Hearst Magazines

Fall 1999: Robert C. Oelkers '66
Vice President
Texaco Inc.
President
Texaco International Trader, Inc.

Spring 1999: Mary Pat McCarthy
Vice Chairperson, Information, Communications & Entertainment (ICE)
KPMG LLP

Fall 1998: William R. Johnston
President, Chief Operating Officer
New York Stock Exchange

Fall 1998: Bob Seltzer
President and CEO
Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide

Spring 1998: Dan E. Silberberg
CEO
Crabtree & Evelyn