School of Global Business Advisory Committee
Members of the Arcadia School of Global Business Advisory Committee play an important role in the strategy and operations of the business school. The School of Global Business Advisory Committee serves to guide our School to meet its goals of growth and success. Each member possesses a specific expertise in business and years of success in their related industry.
Members shall be elected by a majority vote of the committee members present at the spring meeting and serve a full term commencing at the conclusion of the spring meeting. A full-term membership shall be limited to four years.
Regular meetings of the committee will be held twice each year. The primary will be held in the Fall, and the second meeting will be held in the Spring. Meeting times and locations for the next meeting will be designated by the council chair and communicated to the board members and nominees at the close of the current meeting.
To act as an advisory group to the Chair of the School on specific issues, advise on modifications the School might make on undergraduate and various graduate curricula of the School. The Advisory Committee will examine operations of the School and try to bring a better understanding of its mission. It will also advise and assist the School on ways to raise resources from private and corporate sources. Finally, the committee will serve as an advocate to represent the School’s interest to the business, professional and the various governmental communities and the administration of the University.
Advisory Committee Members
- Thomas M. Brinker, Jr., School of Global Business, Arcadia University
- William Biggs, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, School of Global Business
- Christopher Cerski, J.D., Judge, Montgomery County District
- Linda M. Conlin, President, World Trade Center of Greater Philadelphia
- Dan Fisher, Director and Regional Head of Global Trade Finance, TD Securities (USA) LLC
- Raymond V. Lamorgese, M.B.A., VP Wealth Management, Morgan Stanley
- Bill Richards ’96, Founder and CEO, People Development Corporation
- Joseph W. Valerio, Executive Vice President, COO, Lyons Companies
- Evan Welsh, Senior Director, Corporate Affairs, SAP
- Lois Haber ’71, Retired CEO and President of Delaware Valley Financial Services, Inc.
- Susan C. Saxer ’71, President, SCS Solutions