The Shepherd University MBA program is hoping a daylong summit it’s sponsoring will provide guidance on how West Virginia can pull itself out of the current economic crisis.
The summit, “Reinventing West Virginia: Respecting the Heritage and Realizing the Future,” will take place from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 18, in the Frank Center Theater on the Shepherd campus. The cost to attend is $39.
Keynote speakers will be Linton Wells II, managing partner of Wells Analytics LLC and a former principal deputy assistant secretary of defense; and Patrick Morrisey, attorney general of West Virginia.
The event will offer four one-hour forums that will address topics relevant to economic growth in the state: energy, education and technology, tourism and marketing…
Sessions descriptions include:
- Energy’s Role in Reinventing West Virginia
- Education and Technology’s Role in Reinventing West Virginia
- Tourism’s Role in Reinventing West Virginia
- Marketing’s Role in Reinventing West Virginia
- Repositioning West Virginia’s Future
For more information about the summit, go to www.shepherd.edu/mba-summit or email Zimmer at email@example.com.