A DINNER EVENT WITH C-SUITE TRUST
Navigating a company through these turbulent business times is a monumental task. Come benefit from the collective wisdom and decades of experience of a veteran panel of distinguished Chairs as they share their insights, perspectives and philosophies. How have they evolved to meet current-day challenges? What have been their crowning achievements, their most disheartening failures, and how can WE learn from both? Expect some thought-provoking truths from this frank and engaging discussion with some of today’s most seasoned and savvy business leaders.
Please RSVP by noon on April 22nd to reserve your place and ensure a proper name tag.
Tony is Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO of the IT services and business consulting firm, Tribridge. Previously, he was a Partner with Arthur Andersen and, prior to that, owned and operated several business ventures in retail, business services and healthcare. Tony serves on the board of three service-based start-up companies and is a former board member of the YMCA. Tony Co-founded and was Executive Director of the Tampa Bay Technology Forum, which helps at-risk and disadvantaged kids. Tony is a frequent guest speaker on wide range of business topics. He holds a B.S. in Business Management Information Systems from Florida State University.
Ron is an entrepreneur, business executive and artist who currently serves as a consultant to Ecosystem-USA, a company specializing in environmental engineering for commercial buildings, hospitals, and educational institutions. Ron has been CEO of five different companies in a wide-range of industries. Most recently, he was Publisher of The New York Sun newspaper and, before that, was Founder and CEO of Harmon Publishing, the largest publisher of real estate photo magazines in America. Ron attended the University of Southern California and, after serving in the US Army in Japan, also attended Harvard Business School. A talented artist who studied at the Parsons School, Ron's artwork has been exhibited in galleries in Manhattan and Palm Beach.
Larry is currently a Business Professor at the Stern School of Business and a Senior Fellow at the Wharton School. After almost 10 years at Merrill Lynch, Larry joined the asset management firm Neuberger Berman as a partner in 1969. There he served as Managing Partner and Chaired its executive committee for 25 years. In 1999, he retired from active management and became the firm's chairman, serving in that capacity until Neuberger's 2003 acquisition by Lehman Brothers. Following Lehman Brothers' bankruptcy and the employee's purchase of Neuberger, Larry rejoined the firm's Board of Directors. He serves as a director of two privately-held companies and chairs The Baruch College Fund. Larry holds an MBA from The Wharton School.