Local Professionals Earn Executive MBAs from UB School of Management

By Jacqueline Ghosen

Release Date: June 2, 2005 This content is archived.


BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Twenty-three business professionals have successfully completed the Executive MBA (EMBA) program at the University at Buffalo School of Management.

They are:

BUFFALO: Mark Collard, partner, Odyssey Advisors; Kevin Daley, territory manager, Ashland Distribution; Mary Pitts, marketing director undergraduate admissions, University at Buffalo; Kevin Trietley, administrator, Architectural Resources PC

CORFU: Anthony Moens

EAST AMHERST: Mollee Elniski, hospital sales representative, Medtronic, Inc.; Shahzad Saleem, manager operational excellence, Tyco Healthcare

GETZVILLE: Charles Eberwein, manager, application development, Praxair

GRAND ISLAND: Gregory Stevenson

HAMBURG: Lawrence Goble

JAMESTOWN: Gregg Seager, programmer/analyst, WCA Hospital

LANCASTER: Ronald Ferri, director, Tops Markets; Glenn Gibson, president, G-Squared Consulting

LOCKPORT: Donna Dye-Sholk; Thomas Quinn, IT consultant, Insyte Consulting

ORCHARD PARK: David Geiger, market manager, Moog; Anthony Mrozik, chief financial officer, Gateway-Longview Inc.; James Sepull, Kaizen team, Delphi Thermal

SANDBORN: Suzanne Knox, staff accountant, UB Office of the Vice President for Health Affairs

TONAWANDA: James Derrigan, senior technical specialist, Degussa Building Systems

WILLIAMSVILLE: Bharat Kohli, associate medical director, Kaleida Health

YOUNGSTOWN: Douglas Clarke, unit manager, DuPont

PLANTATION, FLA.: Robert Alfonso, product and applications manager, Leica Microsystems

The EMBA program, the only one of its kind in Western New York, is designed for high-potential managers who want to earn an MBA while continuing to work full time. The 22-month program is completed in four academic semesters, with classes meeting Fridays and Saturdays on alternating weekends, and includes a weeklong international residency in the final semester.

For more information on the UB EMBA program, contact (716) 645-3200 or visit http://www.mgt.buffalo.edu/emba.