ALUMNI REPORT I L L I N O I S S T A T E U N I V E R S I T Y V O L U M E 6 N O V E M B E R R 1 9 9 9 1 9 9 9 Inside this issue Illinois State receives record Message from the president Page 2 largest gift from State Farm One of the State Farm Companies Foundation has greatest pleasures •Career Day pledged more than $9.5 million to Illinois to come with my State University, the University’s largest gift recent appointment • Contract M.B.A program as president of in its 142-year history and the largest ever given by the foundation. Illinois State • Faculty awards Of that amount, $9 million will be used University is the • Director appointed to construct a building for the College of opportunity to Business at the south end of the Quad. meet our alumni. • Program coordinator added The remainder of the pledge will be used As I talk to gradu- for the Katie Insurance School ($200,000 ates of all eras, it • New COB building for curriculum innovation), Department of is clear that the Victor John Boschini Jr. Accounting ($33,000 for reengineering of years spent at Page 3 courses), Department of Marketing ($30,000 Illinois State are fondly remembered as a for technology upgrades to the professional special time of precious memories filled • Listserv returns selling laboratory), Educational Investment with friendships as well as personal and Fund ($50,000 for a model trading room, professional growth. • Alumni news scholarships, and lecture series), Teaching This common bond is amazing, consider- Technology Fellowships ($85,000 for faculty ing Illinois State’s nearly 130,000 graduates Page 5 development), Department of Mathematics have all had unique experiences that changed ($19,600 for the new actuarial science dramatically as the University matured. From • Program survey major), and the Illinois Shakespeare Society humble beginnings in 1857 as a teachers ($110,000 for associated programs). school and the first public university in the “We are happy to invest in the future state of Illinois to today’s multidimensional, Page 7 of Illinois State University and its graduates,” high-tech campus, the University remains • Alumni merchandise for sale said Vincent Trosino, president, vice presi- such a dynamic institution that it seems dent of the board, and chief operating officer, impossible to capture all that it means State Farm Mutual. “State Farm Companies to every alum. Foundation applauds your efforts to bring Indeed, change is occurring across cam- the most effective technology and instruction pus on a daily basis as research advances, into the business classroom, creating a students achieve, and the campus as a whole real-world advantage for your faculty and forges forward in its commitment to be the students.” premier undergraduate school in Illinois. President Emeritus David Strand of You’ll see examples in this newsletter Illinois State noted that State Farm employs of how this goal is being achieved. You’ll more than 2,500 Illinois State alumni and read about students who are now where that the two institutions have engaged in you once walked. Their aspirations and M.B.A. Alumni Report accomplishments will give you a glimpse numerous educational and business partner- Volume 6, November 1999 of the programs, people, and progress at ships. “State Farm and Illinois State have Published annually the University. always been good neighbors,” Strand said. Illinois State University I am pleased to share this information M.B.A. Program with you, our alumni, who remain the best Campus Box 5500 spokespersons for the University. I know as Normal, IL 61790-5500 you take a moment to become reacquainted with Illinois State you will not only recapture Telephone: (309) 438-8388 your own fond memories but realize anew Facsimile: (309) 438-5510 the many reasons you have to be proud of your alma mater. M.B.A. Association Career Day Faculty awards Program coordinator added The M.B.A. Association recently hosted Earning the $5,000 stipend and the to M.B.A. staff Richard Penkoski, partner, and a team of 11 prestige of the College of Business Caterpillar Shari Rich is the other consultants from Deloitte & Touche Faculty Scholar designation for 1997-98 were newest staff member Consulting Group; Marjabelle Stewart, an Professor Lee Graf, Management and Quanti- in the M.B.A. office. internationally known etiquette expert; and tative Methods, and Associate Professor Steve She joined the staff in a team of five project managers from State Taylor, Marketing, and for 1998-99 Profes- the new position of sors Victor Devinatz and Iris Varner, both program coordinator Management and Quantitative Methods. in March 1998 and Other awards presented at the 1998-99 began working pri- College of Business Recognition Program marily with the con- and their faculty recipients were tract M.B.A. program. Shari Rich • College Teaching Award She also assists with —Associate Professor Joseph Trefzger various recruitment programs, coordinates • College Service Award M.B.A. new-student orientation, and serves —Professor Lee Graf as the contact person for all prospective • Alexander Technology M.B.A. students. Internationally known etiquette expert Marjabelle Innovation Award She earned her bachelor’s degree in psy- Stewart, center, greeted students at the M.B.A. —Professor Teresa Palmer chology and her master’s in college student Association Career Day. personnel from Western Illinois University. In fall 1998, the M.B.A. Association recog- Before coming to Illinois State, Shari worked Farm Insurance and PM Solutions. A crowd nized Tony Ostrosky as the Outstanding at the University of Arkansas-Monticello and of M.B.A. students and alumni attended the M.B.A. Professor of the year. at DeKalb College in Atlanta, Georgia, as a full day of career development workshops student services administrator. Shari, hus- led by these speakers at the second annual band Mark, and daughter Karalyn, live in M.B.A. Association Career Day in January. Graf appointed M.B.A. director Mackinaw. Mark your calendars now. The M.B.A. Lee Graf was Association is already at work planning appointed M.B.A. its next Career Day, to be held Saturday, New COB building director in August. February 19, 2000. Program details and reservation forms will be mailed to area He was selected in planning stage after a search alumni this fall. The state budget recently passed by the necessitated by the Illinois General Assembly includes $18.9 appointment of Tim million to be used for a new building for the Longfellow as inter- Contract M.B.A. program im chairperson of College of Business. Illinois State University wants to build a 73,000-square-foot structure The Illinois State University contract the Department of Lee Graf with the state funds and a $9.5 million gift M.B.A. program at Illinois Power Company Marketing. from State Farm Companies Foundation. in Clinton and Decatur came to a successful Graf has been a member of the College Thanks to Gov. George Ryan’s Illinois conclusion in 1997. A total of 32 students of Business faculty since 1978 and has a long FIRST public works initiative, enough money were graduated, most of them in May. A few record of faculty leadership, most recently as was available to move up construction of the finished their electives at Illinois Power in a professor and internship coordinator in the building. Previously the University hadn’t August, and a few others completed their Department of Management and Quantitative anticipated being able to build the structure last courses on campus. Methods. He has taught M.B.A. courses on for at least another decade. “I particularly In January 1998, a new contract M.B.A. campus and in the contractual programs. want to commend Senator [John] Maitland program was launched in Decatur for Graf has participated in curricular task for his efforts to secure [additional funds] employees of Archer Daniels Midland, forces for the M.B.A. program and has experi- this session for design and construction,” Bridgestone-Firestone, and Caterpillar. ence with executive development programs. said President David Strand of Illinois State. Twenty-four students are enrolled. A coordi- He has an extensive record of publications The first step will be a $1 million plan- nator has been hired (see related story) to and funded competitive grants. He has ning process, taking nine months to a year. work with faculty and students on details received both the College of Business and Actual construction could begin next year. for administrating the program. the University Outstanding Researcher The new building will almost double the Applications are being accepted for a Awards and was selected as a Caterpillar college’s space for classrooms, labs, offices, third contract M.B.A. program in Decatur. Faculty Scholar. and general use space. Chairperson of the University Research Committee, Graf also has served on many other committees and task forces. In recogni- tion of his many contributions, he received the College of Business Service Award last year. He also has administrative experience, having served a two-year interim appoint- ment as chairperson of the Accounting Department. -2- Alumni listserv back Remember: You can subscribe to the Due to major changes last summer in To subscribe to the list, send the E-mail computer listserv MBA-LINK to stay in how E-mail is handled at Illinois State, message “subscribe mba-link yourfirstname touch with Illinois State University M.B.A. many people had difficulty subscribing to yourlastname” (don’t use a signature) to list- faculty and your fellow alumni, to share and the listserv when it was set up. We apolo- firstname.lastname@example.org. From then on you will auto- receive information about job openings and gize for the confusion and hope to do better matically receive messages posted to the list internship opportunities with M.B.A. stu- this time. If the following instructions do by other subscribers. Replies to postings dents, and to receive up-to-the-minute news not work (due to more E-mail upgrades may be sent to the entire list or just to the from the M.B.A. office and College expected this summer), call (309) 438-8388 person who posted the message. A welcome of Business. It is a fast, convenient, and and ask for Kathy Alexander to receive the message will be sent to all new subscribers, free electronic bulletin board for posting latest instructions. giving instructions on how to use the list. messages. Alumni news 1968 bring crop genetics technology developed by to move to China (with Hanchang) to work Dave Goldhammer is the business manager DuPont to the consumer through integration for Kraft Asia/Greater China in 1999. Their of the Central Illinois district of the Lutheran of the value chain. He lives in Cherry Hill, daughter, Cindy, was a junior at the Univer- Church–Missouri Synod in Springfield. He New Jersey. He and wife Sandra are the sity of Wisconsin-Madison at the time they lives in nearby Petersburg. parents of Alison Taylor, born July 2, 1997, left for Canada. and Jacob Thomas. Patrick Williams is president of WCCV 1976 Charles “Randy” Laugges lives is Champaign Floor Coverings, Inc., in Stow, Ohio. He lives Brad Naeymi is senior advance therapy and is chief financial officer for Hoopeston in Cuyahoga Falls. specialist ID task force, product launch Hospital. He has a CPA and holds the CCP team, for Rhône-Poulenc. He lives in (certified computer professional) designation. 1992 Overland Park, Kansas. Michelle King of Bloomington is area Tony Sorcic is president and CEO of Citizens 1986 manager for Premier Manufacturing Support First National Bank, Princeton. Ed Broadbear is assistant zone manager Services, LP, a division of ServiceMaster, spe- in Chrysler Corporation’s Washington, cializing in providing high-technology clean- 1983 D.C., office, responsible for all sales and ing services internationally at joint venture Robert Frohlich is director of business ser- service activities in the District of Columbia, auto plants. vices at Genesis Rehabilitation Hospital in Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, and West Vir- Brian Wagner received the U.S. Postal Ser- Jacksonville, Florida. He also serves as an ginia. He lives in Severna Park, Maryland. vice’s highest customer service award from adjunct faculty member in health administra- Postmaster General Marvin Runyon in Wash- tion at the University of North Florida, where 1989 ington, D.C., in October 1977. Brian serves as he received his Master of Health Administra- Karen Garvin has accepted the position customer relations coordinator for the U.S. tion and was inducted into Phi Kappa Phi. of program manager at Market Probe, Inc., Postal Service in Peoria. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Larry Martell is operations manager for Akron Child Guidance Center in Cuyahoga Our apologies to Mary Guinane for having 1993 Falls, Ohio. His home is in North Canton. her title incorrect in the last Alumni Report. Jeff Benzing is the new director of the She is an investment officer at IAA Trust McLean County (Illinois) Chamber of Com- 1985 Company in Bloomington. merce. His wife, Patty, and their two children Thomas Breslin is vice president–finance will move from Joliet to Bloomington-Normal and chief financial officer for OmniQuip 1990 in a few months. Jeff had been in Joliet, work- International, Inc., the largest North American Arnaud Marchais has moved to Lyon, France, ing as director of corporate communications manufacturer of telescopic material handlers, and has changed jobs to commercial director, for the National Insurance Crime Bureau in located in Port Washington, Wisconsin. Zolpan Val Rhône S.A. Palos Hills. Prior to that he had served as Scott Williams is director of training for John media coordinator for Country Companies. Paul Gear has made his third career move since his M.B.A. degree. Formerly he was in Hancock Mutual Life in Aurora. Stacey Erickson obtained a pharmaceutical sales and marketing at Ford Motor Company specialist position with Astra Merck two for 10 years, after a short time as president 1991 weeks after graduation from the M.B.A. pro- of a small precast concrete company in Des Laurent Boilly is market development manag- gram. In 1996 she received a promotion to Moines, Iowa. He is currently marketing er, international marketing division, at APA, professional relations manager at the head- manager for Fleetwood Enterprises in the engineered wood association in Tacoma, quarters in Wayne, Pennsylvania. She spends Lexington, Kentucky. Washington. a great deal of time traveling all over the world because one of the joint venture part- Jeff Jury has been promoted from marketing Eileen Ni and her husband, Hanchang Chen, ners is based in Sweden. Her job is building and sales manager, agricultural products, to relocated in 1998 from Madison, Wisconsin, strategy and business unit development man- to Toronto, Canada, so she could be a product ager within DuPont, developing strategies to manager at Kraft Canada. Eileen was expected Continued on page 4 -3- Alumni news Continued from page 3 strategic alliances with professional medical which employs approximately 2,400 people. Pankaj Soni completed his M.S. in applied associations and leaders of medical thought Benjamin is a licensed nursing home adminis- computer science at Illinois State after his in the field of gastroenterology. In her spare trator and serves on several committees for M.B.A. He has been working in Chicago for a time she enjoys white-water rafting, exercis- the Illinois Health Care Association. couple of years, currently as a senior consul- ing, skiing, playing with her dog, and travel- Lance Klumb is health care representative tant dealing primarily with the business and ing back to the Chicago area to visit friends for Pfizer, Inc., in East Peoria. technical aspects of his company’s accounts. and family. He married Sakshi in December 1997. She is Robert Lee is a senior analyst for a telecom- pursuing a law degree at Loyola University, 1994 munications company and a part-time Chicago. Pierre Delage is chief representative with computer science student. Ananchai “Mao” Wongbunterng is an Olivier China, a subsidiary of Louis Vuitton Jon McCarty, a Juris Doctor candidate at the information technology engineer with Sony, Moet Hennessy Group. The company is an University of Illinois College of Law, expected Thailand. importer and distributor of fine food and to graduate in May 1998. wine in China, targeting hotels, restaurants, 1997 Chris McLeod is a claim representative for airline caterers, fine food retailers, and the Sidharth Chilankuri is an analyst at First State Farm Insurance at its Bloomington bakery industry. Pierre was previously retail of America Bank in Peoria. Regional Office. He married Karri Heil ’94 manager for Olivier Singapore. in August 1998. She is a business manager Shriram Gokte is an information analyst for Carl Harshbarger of Champaign is controller at Caterpillar, Inc., in East Peoria. Principal Financial Group in Des Moines, Iowa. for Professional Turf Specialties, Inc., manag- Pankaj Raval’s family firm recently took over Amar Kamath recently moved east to be in ing the financial and accounting operations one of the biggest paper converting factories charge of marketing at Children’s Hospital in for the wholesaler/distributor of golf carts, in Kenya, Africa. Pankaj is one of three direc- Boston and Pennsylvania, which is affiliated turf products, and electric motors. He and tors and handles the finances and most other with Harvard University. He married his wife, Vickie, are busy with their careers, major aspects of the operation. Lakshmi Ramadurai, Ph.D. ’98, in India home improvement projects, and “two demanding dogs.” Amit Tiwari is employed by 3Com Corpora- in October 1998. She works for Tufts-New tion as a network systems engineer, providing England Medical School. Rebecca Hines has been recognized with support to premier corporate customers such Kendra Kammler is a human resources a special 10th anniversary award from the as Sprint and Prodigy, Inc., for their Internet specialist at White Hen Pantry headquarters McLean County (Illinois) YWCA as part of offering. in Elmhurst. She lives in Wheaton. the 1999 Women of Distinction program. Sherry Wagner, managing director, and the Kaiser Kasimali is still in Houston, Texas. Lisa (Wilk) Shewmon lives in Greeley, University Theatre, University of Minnesota, He is now with the Fiesta Company. Colorado, and is a claim specialist with State have enjoyed a season of firsts this year, open- Farm Insurance. She works on the national Yolanda Nimmer is in law school at ing with a collaboration piece with Lou Bel- catastrophe team. Vanderbilt University. lamy’s Penumbra Theatre Company, arguably Sanjeev Sinha is senior network analyst the nation’s premier African-American theatre, Ramesh Raghavan is at Kemper in Chicago. for 3Com in Mount Prospect. and hosting an international Brecht sympo- Trent Seed is a residential mortgage loan sium, held in conjunction with a newly trans- officer at National City Bank in Indianapolis, 1995 lated version of “Turandot.” The season also Indiana. He and his wife, Kristin, are expect- Sam Young Chung earned a Master of included David Edgar’s “Pentecost” and a ing a baby. Science in finance from Boston College after collaborative project of dance and theatre his M.B.A. In February 1998 he wrote that involving the residency of Ann Bogart and Bernard Uffelman is partner-in-charge of he was a Ph.D. candidate in finance at the the Saratoga International Theater Institute. utility regulatory and litigation support ser- University of Massachusetts–Amherst. vices at Deloitte & Touche in Austin, Texas. Randy Conway became the director of mar- 1996 Anastasia Youkhno married Kyle Sennott in keting for United Community Bank of North Julie (Lombardi) Busse married Western July 1997. She is marketing coordinator for Dakota in December 1997. His duties include Illinois University graduate Matthew Busse World Wide Assistance Services, a subsidiary marketing and advertising, strategic market- in February 1998. They built a house in of Europe Assistance International Travel ing planning, market research, and budgeting Romeoville and moved into it during Labor Company in Washington, D.C. for the bank’s six locations throughout north- Day weekend. central North Dakota. He resides in Minot. Wendy Champion is loan documentation 1998 review supervisor at Oak Brook Bank. She Jeff MacDonald is working in new Tracey Cornish is assistant to the president/ resides in Westmont. product development as a market analyst CEO of Theatre Management Group of Hous- for Illinova Corporation in Decatur. He is ton, Texas. The company specializes in the Laura Greenawalt of Flower Mound, Texas, married to Lori. operation of 1,000-to-4,000-seat performing is senior marketing manager for GTE Network arts centers and theatres. Services in Irving. Mike Hotz is a program manager for Benjamin Hart has been named manager of MyPoints.com, an Internet direct marketing Laurent Mercier is trade attaché for the marketing and public relations for Heritage company. French Embassy Trade Office in New Enterprises, Inc., of Bloomington. He is York City. Suzanne Weirick is a senior budget analyst responsible for all internal and external com- for the City of Chicago. munication for the long-term care provider, -4- Update-your-M.B.A. certificate program survey The M.B.A. office is considering offering a certificate program in spring or summer 2000 for those who would like to update their M.B.A. degree. Please take five minutes to complete the following survey and return it to us by December 1, 1999 to help us plan the best program for you. 1. Issues of interest to business are in a constant state of change. Which new issues have emerged and which issues have changed enough since you received your degree that you would be interested in receiving an update about them? (Please feel free to be as vague or specific as you wish. Feel free to continue on the back of this page or attach additional pages.) 2. Which of the following formats would be most likely to fit your schedule? (Check formats a., b., and/or c.) ❏ a. One evening per week (6-9 p.m.) for four consecutive weeks (Please circle the best evenings for you. Please “X” out the worst evenings for you.) Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday (Please circle the best months for you. Please “X” out the worst months for you.) January February March April May June July August ❏ b. One or two intensive weekends (Friday 5-9 p.m., Saturday 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday 1-5 p.m.) (Please circle the best weekends for you. Please “X” out the worst weekends for you.) 1/7-1/9 1/14-1/16 1/21-1/23 1/28-1/30 2/4-2/6 2/11-2/13 2/18-2/20 2/25-2/27 3/3-3/5 3/10-3/12 3/17-3/19 3/24-3/26 3/31-4/2 4/7-4/9 4/14-4/16 4/21-4/23 4/28-4/30 5/5-5/7 5/12-5/14 5/19-5/21 5/26-5/28 6/2-6/4 6/9-6/11 6/16-6/18 6/23-6/25 6/30-7/2 7/7-7/9 7/14-7/16 7/21-7/23 7/28-7/30 8/4-8/6 8/11-8/13 8/18-8/20 8/25-8/27 ❏ c. One full week of days (Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.) (Please circle the best weeks for you. Please “X” out the worst weeks for you.) 1/3-1/7 1/10-1/14 1/17-1/21 1/24-1/28 1/31-2/4 2/7-2/11 2/14-2/18 2/21-2/25 2/28-3/3 3/6-3/10 3/13-3/17 3/20-3/24 3/27-3/31 4/3-4/7 4/10-4/14 4/17-4/21 4/24-4/28 5/1-5/5 5/8-5/12 5/15-5/19 5/22-5/26 5/29-6/2 6/5-6/9 6/12-6/16 6/19-6/23 6/26-6/30 7/3-7/7 7/10-7/14 7/17-7/21 7/24-7/28 7/31-8/4 8/7-8/11 8/14-8/18 8/21-8/25 8/28-9/1 (over) -5- 3. Would your company pay for you to attend our certificate program? ❏ Yes ❏ No ❏ Other ______________________________________________________________________________________________ 4. Assuming the topics would be of interest to you, the dates would be satisfactory, and the price of the program would be in the range of $250-$500 (depending on the number of hours), what is the likelihood you would attend? (Please circle one choice) Not likely at all Extremely likely 1 2 3 4 5 Optional Name ______________________________________________________________ M.B.A. class year____________________________________ Mailing address _________________________________________________________________________________________________________ City _______________________________________________________________ State ___________ Country_____________ Zip __________ E-mail ______________________________________________________________ Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey! Please return it by December 1, 1999, in the business reply envelope provided; by faxing it to (309) 438-7255; or by sending it to Illinois State University, M.B.A. Program, Campus Box 5500, Normal, IL 61790-5500. Comments -6- Alumni merchandise for sale The M.B.A. Association is selling merchandise to raise money for T-shirt 1 Sweatshirt 2 its programs and philanthropies. T-shirts sell for $18 and sweatshirts for $33. Two designs are available. Design one is in red ink on white shirts. Design two is in white ink on red shirts. Drop-needle sport shirts are available in 100 percent cotton in white fabric with bright red striped collar and cuffs, and red embroidered M.B.A. logo on upper left chest. Sweatshirt 1 T-shirt 2 Black denier nylon briefcases have red and white embroidered logo, Wearing shirts the M.B.A. Association is selling are, top row from left, Ale LaMadrid of Mexico (design two sweatshirt), and Jeff MacDonald of shoulder strap, zipper closing, and multiple pockets. Canada (design one T-shirt); and, bottom row from left, Matthew Taylor of Illinois (design one sweatshirt), and Heather Jackson of Illinois (design Orders may be placed before December 1, 1999, through the M.B.A. two T-shirt). office. Merchandise will be shipped January 30 to arrive in time for Valentine’s Day. To order, see order form below. T-shirt and sweatshirt order form Ship to Name_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Telephone ( ________ )______________________________________________________________________________________________ Shipping address___________________________________________________________________________________________________ City ______________________________________________________________________ State ____________ Zip __________________ Please send (#) _____ T-shirt(s) of design one (red ink on white shirt) @ $18 each, size ❏ S, ❏ M, ❏ L, ❏ XL. Please send (#) _____ sweatshirt(s) of design one (red ink on white shirt) @ $33 each, size ❏ S, ❏ M, ❏ L, ❏ XL. Please send (#) _____ T-shirt(s) of design two (white ink on red shirt) @ $18 each, size ❏ S, ❏ M, ❏ L, ❏ XL. Please send (#) _____ sweatshirt(s) of design two (white ink on red shirt) @ $33 each, size ❏ S, ❏ M, ❏ L, ❏ XL. Please send (#) _____ polo shirt(s) (red embroidery on white shirt) @ $40 each, size ❏ S, ❏ M, ❏ L, ❏ XL. Please send (#) _____ briefcase(s) (black with red and white embroidery) @ $35 each. Total enclosed $ _______________________ Make checks payable to M.B.A. Association, Illinois State University. Return completed form and check (if applicable) in the enclosed business reply envelope. -7- Please provide the following information for our files and alumni news Name ______________________________________________________________________ Class year_______________________ Home address ________________________________________________________________________________________________ City ________________________________________________________________________ State ____________ Zip ____________ Home telephone ( ________ ) ________________________________ Facsimile ( ________ ) _______________________________ E-mail _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Employer _________________________________________________ Position ___________________________________________ Work address ________________________________________________________________________________________________ City ________________________________________________________________________ State ____________ Zip ____________ Work telephone ( ________ ) ________________________________ Any other alumni news to share? ________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Please return this form in the business reply envelope provided or by faxing it to (309) 438-7255 or by sending it to Illinois State University • M.B.A. Program • Campus Box 5500 • Normal, IL 61790-5500 An equal opportunity/affirmative action university encouraging diversity UNIVERSITY COMMUNICATIONS 00-0072 printed on recycled paper with soy ink University Normal, IL 61790-5500 Illinois State Campus Box 5500 PAID U.S. Postage College of Business/M.B.A. Program Non-Profit Org.
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