As part of Syracuse University’s Coming Back Together (CBT) 2021 reunion, the Martin J. Whitman School of Management will host a networking luncheon and real-talk panel discussion, “Being Black and Latino/a in Academic and Corporate Culture,” on Friday, Sept. 10, from 12-2 p.m. EDT. The professionals and students on the panel will share their experiences, identify and discuss solutions to overcome the barriers to success, and explore how organizations can expand efforts to foster an inclusive culture while providing equitable opportunities for persons of color.
Tierney Bates, Ed.D., Assistant Vice Chancellor for Special Projects and Interim Executive Director for University Career Services, at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Grismeldys Beato ’23, Whitman/iSchool
Jared Byrd ’23, Whitman
Gisele Marcus ’89, Vice President of Operations & Client Engagement, One Stone Development Company, LLC
Jose R. Quiles ’19 MBA, Senior Vice President, Senior Global Service Manager, Treasury and Trade Solutions, Citi
Space is limited for Whitman’s CBT luncheon and panel discussion, so please register to reserve your spot today. Those who won’t be making the trip to campus for CBT 2021 but would like to watch the panel discussion may access the live stream via Zoom at 1 p.m. EDT. For more information about CBT 2021 and the full calendar of events to be held across campus September 9-12, visit here. Should you need assistance, please contact Alison Kessler, Whitman’s director of alumni engagement, at email@example.com. We hope to see you in September!