PHILADELPHIA - Drexel University's LeBow College of Business has appointed the following business leaders to its Dean's Advisory Board, announced Dr. George P. Tsetsekos, dean:
Randall S. Burkert '82, managing director, Goldman, Sachs & Company;
Angela Dowd-Burton '74, '79, government relations manager, Rohm and Haas Company;
Philip Garfinkle '83, managing partner, Trust Strategy Group;
M. Carl Johnson III, senior vice president and chief strategy officer, Campbell Soup Company; and
Albert L. Lord III '89, founder and CEO, Summit Capital Management, LLC.
Advisory Board members are appointed for three-year terms and will advise Drexel University's LeBow College of Business senior administration on trends and changes affecting business as well as provide guidance on the quality of the College's services and the nature and scope of its research. The insights that Advisory Board members provide enable Dean Tsetsekos and LeBow College to continuously improve academic programs by providing relevant professional business education to prepare students become future leaders in their chosen fields.
ABOUT DREXEL UNIVERSITY'S LEBOW COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
Recognized by Entrepreneur, Financial Times, Forbes/The Princeton Review and U.S.News & World Report for superior programs, Drexel University's LeBow College of Business empowers, enriches and inspires future business leaders through an innovative, strategic approach to business education defined by leadership and ethics, industry perspectives and technological orientation. Founded in 1922, LeBow College has more than 3,300 students, 100 faculty and 30,000 alumni and is accredited by AACSB International-The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. It offers undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and executive education programs. For additional information, visit https://intranet.lebow.drexel.edu/stories/www.lebow.drexel.edu.