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Marquette Business expands executive-in-residence program, naming five former executives to mentorship roles – Marquette Today – Marquette Today

by Arifa Rana

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Tim Hanley, acting Keyes Dean of the College of Business Administration, has announced the expansion of the college’s executive-in-residence program with the naming of five former executives to mentorship positions across five programs.
Prior to being named acting dean, Hanley was named Marquette’s first executive-in-residence in October 2019, which served as the start of an initiative to elevate the business school’s engagement with the business community.
“I was honored to return to my alma mater as its first executive-in-residence in 2019 to participate in Dean Joe Daniels’ vision of elevating the college’s engagement with the business community,” Hanley said. “Following an initial discussion with a former dean, Joe Daniels brought me in to offer the faculty and students coaching and mentoring from my global experience and networking. We are excited to expand the opportunity across several areas, where these successful executives will be able to work directly within our college.”
The College of Business Administration’s executives-in-residence are:
Faculty will be able to leverage these global executives’ expertise in their classrooms where they will provide firsthand knowledge, real-world experience and establish valuable connections between business students and the corporate world.
“This group of executives brings to Marquette a diverse collection of experience and successes in their fields,” Hanley added. “We also have a few alumni that are especially eager to give back and contribute to a transformational education experience for our students, who are the next generation of corporate executives that will go out and Be The Difference.”
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