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Business Alumni Panel Discussion to Open Dean’s Distinguished Lecture Series

Sep 30, 2009
Ohio Northern University's James F. Dicke College of Business Administration opens its 2009-10 Dean's Distinguished Lecture Series with an alumni panel discussion in the Freed Center for the Performing Arts on Thursday, Oct. 8, at 7 p.m.

Titled "How I Found My (First) Great Job," the discussion will feature Ohio Northern alumni Stephanie Bell, Jessica Fuerst and Dean Zimmerman talking about how ONU helped them garner positions in the business world after graduation.

Bell, a native of Liberty Center, Ohio, graduated in 2008 with degrees in finance and management. She works as an investment analyst in J.P. Morgan's Private Wealth Management Division in Chicago.

Fuerst, a native of Kalida, Ohio, graduated in 2008 with a degree in accounting. She is employed by KPMG in Cleveland as an internal audit advisory associate.

Zimmerman, a native of Massillon, Ohio, graduated in 2005 with degrees in management and history. He works for Hendrickson Trailer Suspension Systems in Mitchell, S.D., as a human resource representative.

The Dean's Distinguished Lecture Series at ONU's College of Business Administration brings to campus successful entrepreneurs and officers of major corporations to discuss current business issues.

This lecture is free and open to the public.