Angela Timashenka Geiger (MBA '97, A&S ' 92) says nonprofits are a great place to get a lot of experience very quickly, and she would know. As the chief strategy officer for the Alzheimer's Association she is responsible for the organization's customer-facing operations, including programs, marketing, mass market fundraising (like the association's Memory Walks), corporate initiatives, and business development (fee-for-service products and services).
After two years and countless miles sailing aboard WINDCREST, Matthew Provenzano (MBA,'04) accepted a new position as chief engineer aboard the 117-foot expedition yacht ARCADIA this past June.
A native Philadelphian, Rich-Wheeler's lifelong passion for entrepreneurship keeps her motivated to help as many people succeed as possible, and she takes great pride in seeing her clients turn ideas into successes. She credits her degree from the Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business with helping her to think strategically; management, accounting, and marketing are all critical elements Rich-Wheeler uses day in and day out to keep The Business Center moving forward.
John W. Kovacs has been elected as a fellow of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). Fellow status is the second-highest membership grade for ASCE
Over the course of his career Lowry has had the opportunity to follow his own advice: he loves his job because he is in a position to follow his entrepreneurial mindset and do what he loves.