Mar 21, 2022
In this episode of Catalyst, we are celebrating the upcoming graduation of the 100th student from the Executive Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) program as well as Women’s History Month by interviewing three DBA alumnae who are changing perspectives on business, inclusion and culture.
Jodi Detjen, DBA ’21, associate professor of practice and academic director of the MBA program at Suffolk University, shares her findings on the barriers to women's leadership acquisition.
Sherry Williams, DBA ’19 and chief risk officer at Amalgamated Bank, shares how people choose a financial service provider and how that choice can help close the financial inclusion gap.
Finally, Maggie Jordan, DBA ’18, vice president of marketing operations at MNG Health and founder and CEO of LAIR Entertainment, shares her insights into what people’s approaches to video game character design mean for the metaverse.
Find out more details at www.fox.temple.edu/catalyst.
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