Fall 2016: Executives in Residence
Partner and Chief Operating Office of Kohlberg and Company Shant Mardirossian, BBA, MBA ’89 and Broadway legend Robert E. Wankel are coming to Pace this October for Lubin’s Executive in Residence program.
Talk about a C-Suite deal! Lubin’s Executives in Residence program has made it possible for chairs, C-Suite executives, presidents, and other top professionals to come to Pace to interact with students and faculty.
On Thursday, October 13, Pleasantville’s fall 2016 EIR Shant Mardirossian, BBA, MBA ’89, partner and Chief Operating Officer of Kohlberg and Company, will speak and visit at 12:15 p.m. in the Gottesman Room on the PLV Campus.
Mardirossian is a member of Kohlberg’s Investment Committee and deals with investor relations and financial, compliance, and administrative functions. He joined the company in 1996, was named Chief Financial Officer in 1999, partner in 2005, and Chief Operating Officer in 2013.
On Monday, October 31, New York City’s fall 2016 EIR Robert Wankel, president and Co-Chief Executive Officer of the Shubert Organization, will give a lecture at 2:00 p.m. in the Schimmel on the NYC Campus.
As president and Co-Chief Executive Officer of the Shubert Organization—which owns and operates 17 Broadway theaters and six off-Broadway venues—he has guided many facets of the company including financial operations, creative projects, commercial real estate, ticketing services, and more.
For more information about this fall’s Executives in Residence and to RSVP to attend, click here.
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Fit to Print: May 2018
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