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School of Management

McKinney, Texas 75070

The University of Texas at Dallas

(972) 562-2203 

Richardson, Texas 75083

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Education:

Doctor of Business Administration, Harvard University, 1972.  Thesis title: Regional Development Incentive Grants and Private Investment in Canada.  Published by University Micro-Films, Ann Arbor, 1972.  Research concerned Canadian federal government program and its effect on business decisions. Canada Council Doctoral Fellow, 1970-1971.

M.B.A., University of Western Ontario, 1967. Dean's List.

B.S., Electrical Engineering, University of Alberta, 1962. 

B.Sc., Engineering, Royal Military College of Canada, 1961.

Current Position:

September 1991 – Present

THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT DALLAS

Richardson, Texas

Associate Dean for Executive Education in School of Management. Executive Education is a major initiative of the university centering on high-profile programs stressing the management of change. Founding Director of the Executive MBA program that began in September 1992. Acted to design, market and administer the program and to coordinate its faculty. Responsibilities grew as programs added. I am now responsible for oversight, direction, staffing, faculty appointments, recruiting, operations and finances for four active executive masters degree programs started within the last  ten years [Executive MBA, Global Leadership Executive MBA, Project Management MBA, Medical Management Executive MBA (with UT Southwestern Medical Center)] and I oversee the school's non-degree executive education activities.  I am responsible for a $5 million revenue budget, for 25 staff members, about 45 faculty as they participate in these programs, for approximately 265 student files. I report to the Dean.

Committees: Chairman of Executive Education Committee, Member of Academic Policy and Planning Committee, Member of Steering Committee of the School, Member IT and Web-Site Committee, Member of Advisory Board of MIT Enterprise Forum of Dallas-Fort Worth, Member Editorial Board of "Management" magazine, Board Member of Dallas chapter of Financial Executives International.  Also serve on steering committee of First Friday speaker series (Metroplex Technology Business Council) and steering committee of joint UTD/FEI/MTBC speaker series for senior financial executives. I covene the Schools Executive Education Advisory Council.

Associate Professor of Finance. I teach courses and seminars in financial, entrepreneurial, and international management to graduate and to executive programs students.  Developed Schools first course offerings in entrepreneurial finance. Developed many study tours abroad for Executive programs. Nominated for Chancellor's Outstanding Teaching Award.  Awarded "Best Graduate Teaching Award" in School of Management, 1994.

Prior Academic Experience:

September 1989 – August 1991

THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT DALLAS

Richardson, Texas

 

September 1990 – August 1991

College Master,  School of Management,  with  responsibilities  for undergraduate  accounting  program. Reported to the Dean. 

I was responsible for program administration, student admission/probation/retention/graduation matters. Direct supervision of eight people, including staff administrator and advisors. Worked on undergraduate programs and admissions matters as member of the University-wide Council of College Masters and as member of School of Management committee reviewing masters programs.

Major accomplishments as Master were the tightening of standards, restricted admission to upper-level courses, and the design/implementation of an undergraduate/MBA fast-track program.  I taught courses in international finance and international management to graduate students.

September 1989 – August 1990

Administrative Senior Lecturer, School of Management.  Course scheduling and selection/scheduling of 30 lecturers and faculty in areas of Organizations, Strategy and International Management.  Accomplishments included appointment of better educators and better instructor feedback.  Taught graduate and undergraduate courses in international management and finance.

January 1980 – July 1981

INSTITUTE FOR MANAGEMENT

DEVELOPMENT (IMD)

Lausanne, Switzerland

Professor of Business Administration.  Major teaching assignments in integrated, globalized MBA program.  Specialization was corporate and international financial management.  Voted Outstanding Professor.  Secondary assignments managing student consulting teams as part of MBA program and  in executive development seminars.

August 1974 – January 1980

SOUTHERN METHODIST UNIVERSITY

Dallas, Texas

Associate Professor of Finance.  Primary responsibilities in MBA program for corporate and international financial management.  Initiated courses in product/project management and financial management of educational/health institutions. Taught in Executive MBA program.  Finalist for Teaching Excellence Award.

Research proposal Merit Award, Institute for Administrative Research of the Academy of Management, 1976.  

 Faculty Research Fellowships, 1975-1978. 

Administrative responsibilities included membership on University Admissions Committee and following committees of Edwin L. Cox School of Business: MBA Admissions (chairman), Executive, Educational Affairs, Annual Trade Conference of the Southwest.

July 1972 – August 1974

UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE

Knoxville, Tennessee

Assistant Professor of Finance.  Assignments in both MBA and undergraduate programs.  Faculty Research Fellowships, 1973-1974.

 Member Small Business Committee and Capital Gifts Committee.

Full Time Business Experience:

July 1987 – August 1989

INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT FOCUS

Dallas, Texas

Managing director (with two associates).  Selling, design and delivery of participative executive training seminars.  Core topics were financial management, divisional direction, government regulation.  Clients included 3M Corporation, Ford Motor Company, Blue Cross & Blue Shield, Software AG, Southern Methodist University, George Mason University, Drake University, University of Vermont, and The Strategy Group.

December 1984 – June 1987

VERNON CAPITAL CORPORATION

Dallas, Texas

President of a $15 million holding subsidiary of parent financial  institution.  Responsible for funding, evaluation and direction of direct investments and subsidiaries.  Reported to principal owner.  In this capacity, I worked as detailed below.

President (later Chairman) of San Diego, California second-level subsidiary with two luxury automobile franchises (Rolls Royce, Ferrari).  Assets $9.5 million.  Staff of 24.  Responsible for the formation of company from the purchased dealerships, supervising initial operations in two facilities and for on-going relationships with franchisors.  Later, major responsibilities changed to financing, evaluation and budgetary control and working with two appointed presidents to achieve operating improvements.

General supervision, coordination of budgets and finances for allied company operating Rolls-Royce, BMW, Porsche, Audi, Chevrolet franchises in Newport Beach, California.  Assets $13.5 million.  Staff of 100.

Managed for principal owner the actual acquisition and conversion of New York City brownstone ($6 million) to restaurant and the construction of Dallas restaurant ($3 million).  Coordinated the planning for future operations in association with various professionals.

Investigated for internal use potential acquisitions in publishing (Texas Monthly) and natural gas collection (HST Inc.-San Antonio).

In final year, worked with state conservator and federal receivers of parent institution to maximize value of holding's assets.

January 1984 – December 1984

VERNONVEST, S.A.

Geneva, Switzerland

 

AssociateInternal Consultant.  Extensive study of feasibility of selling liabilities with attached real estate equity participations to European private banks.

January 1981 – January 1984

SOGENER, S.A.

Geneva, Switzerland

 Sogener, S.A. is an investment banking and financial services company with real estate, hotel and energy holdings in Europe and USA.  Major owners are Leonard Hentsch, Geneva private banker, and Maurice Strong, former under Secretary General of the United Nations and Chair of Rio Conference on the Environment.

Sogener was joint venture partner purchasing renown hotel school, CIFHT Glion, Switzerland.  (Value $4.5 million, staff of 30, resident student body of 120).  In cooperation with president of CIFHT, I promoted the joint venture as it became active in consulting.  I worked with World Bank in Zanzibar and with London-based joint venture partner.

Acted as advisor on financial structure of U.S. real estate transactions for Sogener and clients.  Included were land under Rockefeller Center ($400 million), Hotel Carlyle ($30 million), Georgetown Inn ($7 million). Extensive presentation work with Columbia University, Kuwait Investment Office, other Middle East investors and European intermediaries.

Through Paris office of Sogener's subsidiary, I was involved in acquisition and divestment studies for National Semiconductor, Gulf + Western, Royal Crown.  Valuations used in sale of Interavia, a top ranked aviation journal.

July 1962 – September 1965

ROYAL CANADIAN AIR FORCE

Captain

Canada

Engineering officer evaluating airborne electronics and weapons systems.  Managed project team of ten professionals, two aircraft.  Authored technical reports.  Registered as a Professional Engineer.

Consultant Activities:

Evaluations expert to Department of Immigration and Naturalization, 2000, 2001

Expert Witness in legal cases: Worsham, Forsythe (Dallas 1993-1994), Kelsoe, Anderson and Khoury (Dallas 1992-1995), Nichols, Jackson (Dallas 1991), Strasburger and Price (Dallas 1990), Onebane, Donahoe (Louisiana, 1990). Cases involved valuations, roles of chief financial officers, loss estimates.


1989 - 1990

Substantial financial consulting for Global Corporation (Louisiana) and its subsidiaries (Global Divers and Pipelines Unlimited Service)


 

1976 - 1978

Consultant on foreign exchange rates to Lehndorff Corporation, on management educations programs to Goodyear Rubber Company, textbook consultant for Prentice Hall, Inc. and Houghton Mifflin Co.


 

1972 - 1974

Consultant on economic development to Treasury Board of Canada, Canada Council; on financial models and contracts to Tennessee Valley Authority.

Scholarly And Creative Activity:

Authored Books:

Regional Incentives and Private Investment, Montreal, C.D. Howe Research Institute, 1973. 

Regional Development Incentive Grants and Private Investment in Canada.  Published by University Micro-Films, Ann Arbor, 1972.

Edited Books:

Readings in International Finance, (ed.), SMU School of Business Administration, 1976.

Refereed Publications:

"Management Policies in Investor-Owned Hospital Corporations", Health Care Management Review, Summer 1977, (with M. McNeil).  Reprinted in Multihospital Systems: Strategies for Organization and Management, M. Brown and B. McCool (eds.), Aspen Systems, 1980.

"Industrial Retention Practices of Local Governments", AIDC Journal, October, 1976.  Reprinted in American City and Country, April, 1977, as "Don't Let Industry Get Away".

"Influencing Business Locations in Canada Through Federal Financial Incentives", Columbia Journal of World Business, Summer, 1975.

"The Enron/Andersen Collapse: Ongoing Implications for Executive MBA Programs", Journal of Executive Education, 2002, Vol.1, Issue 2, Fall 2002

"Target Marketing Considerations When Conducting Seminars for Dentists", Texas Dental Journal, November 1980 (with G. Vaughann, J. Steiber).

"Views Toward Continuing Education for Hospital Administrators in Texas", Texas Hospitals, December 1977 (with G.Vaughann, J. Stieber).

"Designing a Course in Non-Profit Financial Management":, Journal of Financial Education, Fall 1977.

"Three Alternative Approaches to the Basic Finance Course", Journal of Financial Education, Fall 1975. 

"The Advantages of Early Student Exposure to Cases in Finance", Journal of Financial Education, Fall 1974.

Complete Articles in Edited Volumes:

"Review of Charles Handy's `The Age of Unreason' ", The Dallas Business Journal.  April 16, 1993.

"International Cash Management and Foreign Exchange Exposure Management, Separate but Interlocking Concepts", The International Essays for Business Decision Makers, Vol. v., M. Winchester (ed.), Dallas, Center for International Business, 1981.

"The Vietnam Venture", Management, Vol. 4, No. 1, The University of Texas at Dallas, 2000.

"Continuing Education Preferences for U.S. Dentists", Paper, National Conference on Developing

Market Consciousness in Continuing Health Education, sponsored by University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, 1979, (with G. Vaughann, J. Steiber).  Published in P.S. Be Market Wise, UTHSCSA, October l979.

"Finance" and "Bond Analysis", partial chapters in Calculator Analysis for Business and Finance, R. Parish and E. Greynolds (eds.), Dallas, Texas Instruments, 1977.  (pp. 4-20 to 4-40 and 5-20 to 5-26).

"Ampak International, Ltd. (A), (B), (C) and (D)", Cases No. 9-277-612 to 9-277-615, Boston, Intercollegiate Case Clearing House, 1977.  (A) case reprinted in Business Policy and Strategy, Y.N. Chang and F. Campo-Flores, Goodyear, 1980.  Reprinted in Policy, Strategy and Implementation, S. Prasad, Random House, 1983.  Reprinted in International Management: Text and Cases, P. Beamish, P. Killing, D. Lecraw and H. Crookell, Irwin, 1990.  Cases revised 1990 at The University of Texas at Dallas.  Reprinted in Management of International Business, K. Fatehi, Prentice Hall, 1996.

"Texas Production, Inc.", Cases No. 9-277-687, Boston, Intercollegiate Case Clearing House, 1977.  Reprinted in Cases in Finance. I. Mathur, Dame Publications, 1980.  Revised 1993 and published at  The University of Texas at Dallas. 

"American Hotels, Inc. (A) and (B)", Cases No. 9-276-622 and 9-276-623, Boston, Intercollegiate Cases Clearing House, 1976.  Reprinted in Financial Management; Cases, E. Moses and L. Gitman, West Publishing Co., 1978.  Reprinted in Cases in Finance, I. Mathur, Dame Publications, 1980.  Reprinted in Cases Studies in the Hospitality Industry, F. Pauze, 1980.

"New York City's Financial Crisis in 1975", Case No. 9-276-707, Boston, Intercollegiate Case Clearing House, 1976.  Reprinted in Organizational Policy and Strategic Management, J. Higgins, Dryden Press, 1978. 

"Canada Changing View of United States", Dallas Times Herald, May 16, 1976.

"The Green Meadows Project (A) and (B)", Selected for presentation at Workshop of Southern Case Research Association, 1975.  Published as No. 9-276-646 and 9-276-647, Boston, Intercollegiate Case Clearing House, 1976.  Teaching notes published as No. 8-276-646 and 8-276-647.  Reprinted in Financial Management: Cases, E. Moses and L. Gitman, West Publishing Co., 1978.  Reprinted in Cases in Finance, I. Mathur, Dame Publications, 1980.

"Snow Clear, Inc.", Case No. 9-275-709, Boston, Intercollegiate Case Clearing House, 1975. Reprinted in Financial Management: Cases, E. Moses and L. Gitman, West Publishing Co., 1978.

"Why Financial Incentives Have Limited Effect on Location Decisions" Incentives, Location and Regional Development, P. Philips (ed.), Winnipeg, Manitoba Economic Development Advisory Board, 1975.

 "Hammond Publishing Company", Case No. 9-213-065, Boston, Intercollegiate Case Clearing House, 1968.  Listed in Current Best Sellers 1974, a bibliography published by ICCH.  Reprinted in V. Andrews and P. Hunt, Financial Management, Second Edition, Irwin, 1976.  Reprinted in Financial Management: Cases, E. Moses and L. Gitman, West Publishing Co., 1978.  Reprinted in J. Viscione and G. Aragon., Cases in Financial Management, Houghton Mifflin, 1975.  Translated into French and published by Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales, University of Montreal, 1975.   Revised l993 and published at The University of Texas at Dallas.

"Review of Jessee Markham's 'Conglomerate Enterprise and Public Policy'", The Financial Review, 1974.

Refereed Conference Presentations and Abstracts:

"Debt Levels, Economic Returns and Model Structures", Paper, Financial Management Association Meeting, 1979, (with R. Miller). 

"International Co-Ventures: An Emerging Development Financing Mechanism", Paper, Financial Management Association Meeting, 1979, (with V. Downing).

"Modeling Strategic Behavior Within An Industry", Paper, Joint National Meeting of the Institute for Management Science and the Operations Research Society of America, 1979, (with R. Miller).

"Interrelationships Between Strategy and Structure, Corporate Financial Decisions and Economic Returns", Paper, Financial Management Association Meeting, 1978, (with R. Miller).

"Managerial Determinants of Economic Performance Within an Industry", Proceedings of the American Institute of Decision Sciences, 1978, (with R. Miller).

"The Relationship of Strategy, Structure and Management Processes", Proceedings of the Academy of Management Meeting, 1978, (with R. Miller).

"Discounted Cash Life: A Simple Measure of Time Risk in Capital Budgeting?", Proceedings of the Eastern Finance Association, l978. 

"Internal Financial Management Policies and Earnings Levels of General Merchandise Chains", Paper, Financial Management Association Meeting, 1977.

"Management Policies as a Determinant of Earnings Patterns in Investor Owned Hospitals", Paper, Financial Management Association Meeting, 1976, (with M. McNeil).

"Selection of Capital Facility Characteristics: The Fit With Traditional Capital Budgeting Theory", Proceedings of the Southwestern Finance Association, 1977.

"Perceived Risk in Investment Decisions", Proceedings of the Southwestern Finance Association, 1977, (with W. Lundstrom).

"Trinity Metals, Inc.", Selected for presentation at Workshop of Southern Case Research Association, 1976.  Published as No. 9-277-670, Boston, Intercollegiate Case Clearing House, 1977.  Teaching note published as No. 5-577-671.

Invited Lectures and Panels:

Witness before Canadian Parliamentary Committee.  Minutes of Proceedings and Evidence of the Standing Committee on Regional Development, House of Commons, Ottawa, Queen's Printer, May, 23, 1972.

Program Chair and Panelist, MIT Enterprise Forum session, "Chiaro Networks: Surviving and Thriving in the Current High-Tech Marketplace", UT Dallas, October 31, 2003. 

Panelist on "Financial Reporting and Corporate Governance", Texas Symposium Series: Contemporary Challenges Facing the Accounting Profession, November 15, 2002, University of Texas at Dallas. 

"Implications of Enron-Andersen et al. for Executive MBA Programs", 2002 Conference of the Executive MBA Council, October 15, 2002, Keystone, Colorado.

"The Executive MBA Program: Structure and Philosophy", Dallas Institute for Urban Leadership, May 21, 2002, Dallas, Texas. 

Invited Speaker, "Trends in the International Dimensions of EMBA Programs", 2000 Conference of the Executive MBA Council, October 24, 2000. Newport Beach, California.  

Invited Speaker, "Product Line Extensions to Executive MBA Programs", 1999 Conference of the Executive MBA Council, October 26, 1999. Orlando, Florida.  

Invited Speaker, "Extending the Learning Process Out of the Classroom: Reality, Necessity or Do We Wait and See?", with B. Belliveau, 1998 Conference of the Executive MBA Council, October 13, 1998. Phoenix, Arizona.

Invited Speaker, "High Tech Industries in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex", Simon Fraser University Business Executives Group, March 23, 1998. Dallas, Texas.

Invited Keynote Speaker at Japanese-American Conference on Economic Recovery  from Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake.  Topic: " Corporate Risk Management in the United States".    Sponsored by Hyogo Prefecture and Kobe University.  Kobe, Japan.   April 22, 1996.

Invited Speaker, Dallas Treasury Management Association, Topic:  "Opportunities in Financial Management", October, 1995 and October, 1996.

Invited Speaker on Effectiveness of Government Incentive Programs at Conference sponsored by Manitoba Economic Development Board and Department of Industry and Commerce, Winnipeg, 1975.

Invited Speaker as part of Industry-Government Policy Relations Lecture Series, School of Public Administration, Carleton University, Ottawa, 1972. 

Invited Speaker on Government Policy, Canadian Economic Policy Committee, Private Planning Association of Canada, 1972.

Invited Speaker on Government Policy, Public Affairs Council, U.S.A., Montreal Conference, 1972.

Doctoral Thesis Supervision:

Doctoral Committee for Larry Chasteen, "Dynamics of Cluster Formation and Growth: Theoretical Perspectives and Empirical Synthesis", July 2002 " December 2003. 

Outside Chair of Ph.D. Final Oral Examination of Lyn McKinnon, School of Human Development,        July 16, 2001. "Working Memory Dual Task Processing in Children With Traumatic Bain Injury".

Masters Thesis Supervision:

Scott Grant, "Venture Capital Project", September-December, 2003.

Horia Pitulescu, "Migration to a Single Currency", January-March 2000.

Rod Abels, "Trinity Hospitals, Inc.", January-August, 1999. 

Nasir H. Syed, "Price Inflation", September-December 1998.

Chris Garoosi, "Swiss Banking", September-December, 1997.

Unrefereed Publications:

"Tri Nation Forgings, Inc." (A) and (B). Teaching Cases.  The University of Texas at Dallas, 1994.

"Law Companies Group, Inc. - European Acquisition".  Teaching Case.  The University of Texas at Dallas, l993.

"Medicare Reimbursement at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City", Teaching Case.  Kansas City, The Strategy Group, 1987. 

"Pricing at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City", Teaching Case.  Kansas City, The Strategy Group, 1987.

"Reserve Policy at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City", Teaching Case.   Kansas City, The Strategy Group, 1987.

"Note on Japanese Banks and Their United States Activity", No. 9-279-667, Boston, Intercollegiate Case Clearing House, 1979.

"Note on Investor Owned Hospitals", Case No. 9-276-688, Boston, Intercollegiate Case Clearing House, l976. 

"Composite Chemicals, Inc.", Case No. 2-276-689, Boston, Intercollegiate Case Clearing House, 1976.

"Domino Metals, S.A.", Case No. 9-276-690, Boston, Intercollegiate Case Clearing House, 1976.

"Cansub, Ltd.", Case No. 9-276-700, Boston, Intercollegiate Case Clearing House, 1976.

"Notes on Industrial Development and Retention Activities", No. 9-276-897, Boston, Intercollegiate Case Clearing House, 1976.

 "Nagraco, Inc. (A) and (B)", Cases No. 9-277-602 and 9-277-603, Boston, Intercollegiate Case Clearing House, 1976. 

"Notes on the Climate for Private Investment in Pakistan", No. 9-277-611, Boston, Intercollegiate Case Clearing House, 1976.

"Lamson Corporation", Case No. 9-76-A031, London, University of Western Ontario, 1967.

Unrefereed Abstracts:

 

"'Regional Development Incentive Grants and Private Investment in Canada': Abstract", Minutes of Proceedings and Evidence of the Standing Committee on Regional Development, House of Commons, Ottawa, Queen's Printer, May 24, 1972.

Review of Book Manuscripts Prior to Publication:

 

"Entrepreneurial Financial Management: An Applied Approach". Cornwall, Vang, Hartman., Prentice Hall, 2002.

Conference Leadership:

Chair, Regional Meeting of Executive MBA Council, June 12, 1999. University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, Texas.  

Organized two-day international conference in October, 1996, for U.S. and Japanese business professionals.  "Strategic Alliances: The Art of Doing Business with Japan".  Attracted notable speakers, 200 participants including 20 people living in Japan

Attended Pro-Ed Conference on Management and Executive Programs, November 18-22, 2000,  Phoenix, Arizona.

Attended Annual Conference, Project Management Institute, September 9-12, 2000, Houston, Texas. Attended Conference on Techno-Business, Japan Export Trade Association, March 15, 2000, Richardson, Texas.

Attended Annual Conference, Project Management Institute, October 9-12, 1999, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Attended "Conference on the Euro", Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, March 25, 1999, Dallas, Texas.

Attended Conference on Doing Business with Japan, Japan Export Trade Organization, November 13, 1998, Dallas, Texas.

Member of program committee, referee of papers, and session chairman for Financial Management Association, various years 1975-1978. 

Presenter and/or discussant at meetings of Eastern, Southern, and Southwestern Finance Associations, Financial Management Association, TIMS/ORSA, Academy of Management, American Institute of Decision Sciences.  Local arrangements committee for Allied Social Sciences Association. All in various years 1975-1978.

Seminar Leadership:

Industry seminar leader for Rockwell Corporation, Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing, Phillip Morris, Blue Cross-Blue Shield, Ford Motor Company, Dallas Power and Light, University Computing Company, BancTec Corporation (at various times 1975-1995). 

Seminar Leader for approximately 100 two or three day seminar sessions on cash management and accounting.  Penton Learning Systems.  1978-1992.

Presentations on Pedagogy:

 

"Executive Education in USA", to faculty of Van Lang University of Vietnam, November 2, 2000, Richardson, Texas.

"Executive Education at UTD", to Pohang Steel Industries of Korea group, July, 1998, Richardson, Texas.

Current Research/Scholarship:

Current Articles In Draft:

"The Financial Executive's Role: Toward Corporate Competitiveness", (with R. Miller).

Current Cases in Draft:

"Civil Tiltrotor Aircraft". Case dealing with civil version of Osprey Aircraft (with R. Young).

"Analysis of Fungizone". New teaching case involving Squibb U.S. Pharmaceutical Group (with K. Pickering).

Boards:

Board Memberships: Financial Executives International,  MIT Enterprise Forum of Dallas-Fort Worth.

Member: Dallas Economists Club, World Affairs Council of Greater Dallas.

Member of Program Committees: First Friday Speaker Series on Management in High Technology,

Metroplex Technology Business Council; Joint Financial Executives International/Metroplex Technology Business Council/UTDallas Speaker Series for Senior Financial Officers in High Technology.

Personal:

Citizenship: United States

Languages: French

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