The Department of Business Administration Distinguished Speaker Series brings prominent senior executives to campus to equip Cedarville business students to serve as successful professionals in the 21st century marketplace.
Through guest lectures and discussion, students gain valuable perspectives, identify new trends, and consider the latest ideas shaping domestic and international business. Interaction with executives who face these issues daily enriches the educational experience and complements the in-class curriculum.
The Department of Business Administration Distinguished Speaker Series also benefits Cedarville faculty by helping focus educational objectives and shape the curriculum to address the issues and challenges students will encounter as they enter the business world.
The Department of Business Administration Distinguished Speaker Series began in 2000. The first speaker was Donald T. Nicolaisen, who was then with PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Jane Grote Abell, Donatos Pizza, Chairman and Owner
Monty Lobb, Kenosis Ltd., President
William D. Bloebaum, Jr., Mead Pulp Sales, President (retired)
Michael Batts, Batts, Morrison, Wales & Lee, P.A.
Douglas C. Robinette, Enterprise Customer Experience
Clayton Beck, Sonoco Alcore
Robert D. Burris, Burris Logistics
John D. Beckett, R.W. Beckett Corporation
Richard D. Anglin II, Angell-Demmel
Daniel B. Green, KB Home
Randy Wilcox,Otis Elevator
Georgeann Georges, Culligan International
Jeffrey C. Rutt, Keystone Custom Homes
Larry Seawell, Hercules Tire & Rubber
G. Mike Crawford, LifePlan Financial Group
William J. Lhota, American Electric Power (Retired)
Jeff Montie, Kellogg North America
Russell C. Weir, IBM Global Services
Fred A. Buehler, Eastman Chemical Company
Carol Rivetti, Westcon Group North America
Jerome F. Tatar, MeadWestvaco Corporation
Donald T. Nicolaisen, PricewaterhouseCoopers