Business Leaders Series
Thursday, November 5
Business Major Options Fair
Thursday Nov. 5th
5 - 7:30pm
Come and meet our undeclared students and enjoy the fun festivities. Faculty will be available to answer questions. Pizza and beverages will be served at the event and there will be prizes!
Representatives from Moss Adams will hold office hours in Central 114 to talk with students about interviewing, review resumes, and discuss job opportunities.
Moss Adams, Amy Sorenson 12:30 – 1:30 Days: Nov. 10, 24 and Dec. 8
The Sixth Annual
2016 Interactive Marketing & e-Commerce Panel
Division of Business, Communication and the
Environment Student Annual Awards Ceremony
Thursday, May 12, 2016
4:00pm-6:00pm (Location TBA)
Outstanding Students and Scholarship Awards will be presented. Refreshments will be served afterwards.
Past Presentations and Links
Ryan Wine - Marmoset Music - http://youtu.be/C5Xf61DJRXQ
Jeff DeBoer - Funagain Games - http://youtu.be/ZLqqF7HRRww
Lou Boudreau - Thinking Outside the Box: Total Systems- http://www.screencast.com/t/UWmG02ImY7AF
Shaun Mortensen - Amy's Kitchen - http://www.screencast.com/t/TEhBwnKcC
Ginger Johnson - Women Enjoying Beer - http://www.screencast.com/t/puzPMulap
May 21, 2015
Dee Anne Everson
Executive Director, United Way
12:30 PM - 1:20 PM Hannon Library, room 305 (Meese Room)
Dee Anne Everson is the executive director of United Way of Jackson County, having been appointed in November 1997. Under her leadership, United Way launched the Day of Caring, WiLL (Women Living Leadership), the Meth Task Force, CAN (Child Abuse Network) and more recently the BIG IDEA, a project focused on 100 percent high school completion for the Class of 2020.
She is past president of the Association of United Ways of Oregon and is a graduate of Stanford University’s Nonprofit Leaders Program. Dee Anne serves on numerous committees and boards. Dee Anne spent 13 years in the corporate financial sector. Making the switch to nonprofits, she became the economist at the Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce in 1990 and has been recognized by Oregon Business Magazine as one of Oregon’s 50 great leaders. She was recognized by the American Red Cross as a Community Hero and was awarded the Citizen Peacemaker Imagine Award. She regularly lectures on leadership and the nonprofit sector.
A native of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Dee Anne grew up in Arizona and relocated to the northwest in 1990. She began volunteering in the 7th grade and it’s been a passion since. She lives in Ashland, Oregon.
Jamie Schectman is a lifelong ski bum and serial entrepreneur. He is the CEO and Co-founder of Mountain Rider’s Alliance, an organization designed to assist independent, community focused “at risk” ski areas innovate to remain sustainable. Originally from Lake Tahoe, he currently serves as the Director of Sales and Marketing for Mt. Ashland and is a board member for Incorporate Olympic Valley, a grassroots movement designed to create California’s next town.