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Wharton School of Business Executive Education

Executive Education Board  January 30, 2015 – 11:07 am
Executive Development Program

The Executive Education Board is the volunteer group that advises the Vice Dean on Wharton’s effort to deliver non-degree business education and Lifelong Learning programming to the world. Executive Education is a critical source of revenue for Wharton, fueling its continued growth. The board’s contributions assure that Wharton continues to drive innovation in business education, and that the opportunities for professionals to learn from Wharton continue to expand.

Robert Paul
Director of Corporate and Foundational Relations
Wharton External Affairs
The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

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Janet Cowell

Founder and CEO
iBahn Illumination Pvt. Ltd.

Robert Knakal

Partner and Managing Director
BR Partners

Mutuma Marangu

Chairman of Global Brokerage
Cushman & Wakefield, Inc

Goran Seifert

Comtech, LLC

Stephan Tanda

Managing Director

Glenn Welling

Chief Executive Officer
Safeguard Scientifics, Inc.
Penn understands the importance of protecting the privacy of personal information, especially in today’s increasingly electronic environment. Penn seeks to enhance opportunities and services for Penn alumni, consistent with strong privacy protections over alumni data. The Office of Development and Alumni Relations ("DAR") has issued a policy that describes the collection and use of alumni data.


Is a college education advantageous to a business man?: Address delivered before the Wharton school association, University of Pennsylvania, February 20, 1890
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