Distinguished Speaker Series
Since its inception in 2000, the Distinguished Speaker Series has provided business students with opportunities to learn from and interact with many prominent senior executives who have achieved professional success while modeling Christian business values.
This series plays a key role in the efforts of the School of Business Administration to equip Cedarville business students, as the speakers help students gain valuable perspectives, identify new trends, and consider the latest ideas shaping domestic and international business. Presentations by Distinguished Speakers also enrich and complement the school curriculum, and assist the faculty goals of addressing the key issues and worldview challenges students will encounter in the business world.
Business Analytics: Preparing for the Future
Business Analytics Panelists: Jon Greenwood, Executive VP with Huntington National Bank; Tim Flavin, Gloval Finance & Business Management Analyst with J.P. Morgan Chase; Paulo Diniz, OTC Operations Analyst with INTL FCStone; Tyler Jantzi, J.P Morgan Chase intern, class of 2020
Anthony Muñoz, member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame and Chairman of the Anthony Munoz Foundation, spoke at the Spring 2019 Distinguished Speaker Series.
Lori Thelen, Senior Vice President of The Marketing Arm, spoke at the Fall 2018 Distinguished Speaker Series. Presented by the School of Business Administration in partnership with the Department of Communication.
Eric Smith, Regional CFO of Cincinnati Market for Mercy Health, spoke at the 2018 School of Business Administration Distinguished Speaker Series.
Deborah Dishong, U.S. Silica
Deborah Dishong, VP of Financial Planning and Analysis, U.S. Silica, spoke at the 2017 School of Business Administration Distinguished Speaker Series.
Past Distinguished Speakers
Rex Brookings, Chick-fil-A Beavercreek, Owner
Dwight Nordstrom, Chariman (former President) of PRI
Randy McPherson, CEO, Inspirational Speaker
Lt. Gen (Ret.) Loren Reno
Jerome F. Tatar, MeadWestvaco Corporation
Donald T. Nicolaisen, PricewaterhouseCoopers