Kentaro Muto Joins BDA as Managing Director in Tokyo
PR.Com – July 17, 2014
Kentaro Muto, MBA ’06, has been appointed managing director of Business Development Asia LLC in the firm’s Tokyo office. Muto joins from Deutsche Securities where he was director of investment banking coverage and advisory. He has also held positions at Deutsche Asset Management and Shinsei Bank. “We’re excited to have hired Kentaro to reinforce our presence and credentials in Japan,” says Charles Maynard, senior managing director and founding partner.
You Just Have To Ask
Advance Healthcare Network – July 9, 2014
In an article about asking questions in the workplace, Jodi Glickman, MBA '02, says, “Asking for help, in theory, sets you up for success." Glickman is the author of Great on the Job: What to Say, How to Say It. The Secrets of Getting Ahead and a faculty member of Johnson's Leadership Skills Program. "Asking for help the right way can show that you are very smart and thoughtful."
Finally, An App For Volunteering
Forbes – July 3, 2014
Charles Mulligan, MBA’11(CQ), founder and CEO of GiveGab, got the idea for his company when he read about how volunteering could increase happiness. GiveGab is a platform for volunteers and volunteer managers to connect, match skills, and promote their efforts. The company also plans to go global with its app. GiveGab earns its revenues through a premium service that provides reporting and analytics to non-profits, schools, and businesses.
Nanomix announces Brian Jung new CFO
Sacramento Business Journal – June 30, 2014
Nanomix, a nanotechnology company, appointed Brian Jung, MBA’89, its new vice president of finance and chief financial officer. Jung joins the company with 20 years of financial and healthcare experience. "As we drive to the commercial launch of our first product, Brian's financial and business background, coupled with his experience in our target customer market, will add important depth to our team," said David Ludvigson, president and CEO of Nanomix.
7 people who went from interns to top execs
Bankrate.com – June 27, 2014
Daniel Hesse, MBA’77, sought his sister’s help to get the name of AT&T’s recruiter when he was an MBA student. He joined AT&T as an intern and for 23 years steadily rose up the ranks to become president and CEO of AT&T Wireless Services. He is currently the CEO of Sprint.
ProQuest appoints Ben Lewis as Senior VP, Strategy and Business Development
Yahoo Finance – June 24, 2014
Ben Lewis, MBA’01, was appointed senior vice president of strategy and business development at ProQuest, a cloud-based technology company that offers solutions to librarians, students and researchers. Lewis joined ProQuest after serving in several strategy roles at Moody’s, Thomson Reuters, and Accenture. "Ben's 17 years of experience in senior strategy and development roles make him the ideal fit for this key role at ProQuest," says CEO Kurt Sanford. "I'm excited about the contributions he'll make at the company and for our customers."
NCHL Names Henry Ford Health System's Nancy Schlichting and Geisinger Health System's Glenn Steele Recipients of 2014 Gail L. Warden Leadership Excell
Real Time Communications – June 11, 2014
The National Center for Healthcare Leadership (NCHL), a nonprofit that works to improve population health by enhancing the capacity of healthcare leaders, announced Nancy Schlichting, MBA '79, chief executive officer of Henry Ford Health System (HFHS), as a recipient of its 2014 Gail L. Warden Leadership Excellence Award for her “innovative approaches to bringing high-value and accessible healthcare to their communities, permanently transforming and improving the field.”