Photos and Highlights from the NYC Event


The Executives in Residence Series
THE REAL PEPSI CHALLENGE
Monday, October 15, 2007
The Michael Schimmel Center for the Arts
1 Pace Plaza, NYC

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(1-r) Moderators Chris Roker, MBA '06; Kevin Wynne, Associate Professor of Finance; and panelists Stephanie Capparell, author of the The Real Pepsi Challenge; Maurice Cox, VP of Corporate Diversity, PepsiCo; and Richard F. Zannino, MBA '84, CEO, Dow Jones.

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Maurice Cox, Vice President of Corporate Diversity, PepsiCo, gave great insights into Pepsi's historical and current perspectives on race and diversity.

[Pepsi Challenge]   Rich Zannino, MBA '84, CEO, Dow Jones, also offered current perspectives on race and diversity challenges in current corporate America.



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Stephanie Capparell's book The Real Pepsi Challenge gave the history of one of the first all-black sales team in corporate America, led by Ed Boyd.

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Panelists Stephanie Capparell and Maurice Cox with moderators Kevin Wynne, associate professor of finance (2nd from the right) and Chris Roker, MBA '06 (right).

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Chris Roker (right) and Kevin Wynne (left) filled in at the last minute for scheduled moderator Al Roker.

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A Pace student asking a question during the Q&A session.

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Students had a chance to get autographed copies of The Real Pepsi Challenge.

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Lubin's Assistant Dean of Communication and External Relations, Barbara Rose Aglietti (left), producer of the event, thanked the panelists and moderators.

[Pepsi Challenge]   Author Stephanie Capparell displayed Pepsi ads from the 1940s and photos of the Ed Boyd sales team.