The Business Division is welcoming esteemed experts and CEOs in a variety of fields (Media, Government Relations, Wealth Management, Small Business, and Marketing) to deliver informative and inspiring messages. The Network 12 lecture series is designed to expose ENC students to experts in the field and provide useful content for their future business careers.
Spring 2014 Network 12 Lunch Hour Lectures
12:30-1:15 – President’s Dining Room – The Commons
February 4 – Donna Mavromates
Director, Quincy Innovation Center
Vice President, Quincy Chamber of Commerce
Donna Mavromates has 20 years of marketing experience. She specializes in developing and implementing marketing strategies for small and medium size businesses.
Watch Donna’s Lecture!
February 20 – Christina Skillman
CEO / Creative Director, Skillman Video Group, LLC
A multi-service Boston video production company, Skillman Video is oriented around creating robust and innovative marketing content solutions. Christina has been able to develop a firm that thrives in today’s social video environment by creating a great team with tons of experience in video production and marketing for today’s media.
Watch Christina’s Lecture!
March 4 – David Bergers (89)
Managing Director for Legal and Government Relations, LPL Financial
After 13 years of federal service in the SEC as the Senior Enforcement Official, ENC alumnus David Bergers (89) has taken on a new position as a general counsel and managing director for legal and government relations at the firm’s holding company, LPL Financial Holdings Inc.
Watch the Q&A with David!
March 20 – Elliot Herman
Partner, PRW Wealth Management LLC
Elliot is a Partner at PRW Wealth Management LLC. He is a financial manager with over 20 years of experience in the finance industry. Elliot earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Brandeis University, an MS/MBA from Northeastern University, and completed the Program for Certified Financial Planners at Boston University.
Watch Elliott’s Lecture!
April 8 – Alumni Panel
Four recent ENC graduates will share about making dreams a reality: the opportunities and pitfalls they have encountered along the way.
Laura Nase (08) is the Membership Develop, Marketing, and Events Manager of the South Shore Chamber of Commerce, Laura Nase has experience in higher education, development, and nonprofit settings. Laura received her B.S in Business Communications from Eastern Nazarene College and also earned a M.S. in Nonprofit Management and Philanthropy from Bay Path College.
Chris Scearbo (12) is currently working as a Financial Representative at Northwestern Mutual. Chris received a B.S Accounting and Finance at Eastern Nazarene College.
Sarah Troxler (09) is an active performer and teaching artist throughout the greater Boston area. She earned her Master of Music degree in Collaborative Piano from the Longy School of Music of Bard College in 2011, following her B.A. in Piano Performance from ENC in 2009. She continues to serve as Adjunct Music Faculty for ENC’s Adult and Graduate Studies Program, and remains on staff at Longy. As a freelance collaborative pianist, she serves as a coach for singers, chamber ensembles, choirs, and theater groups, and she is the Minister of Worship at North Street Community Church in Hingham, MA. Sarah’s varied teaching experience includes serving as member of the piano faculty at South Shore Conservatory, and previously at the Cheverus School in Malden, MA. As a pianist, her performances have taken her all over the Northeast U.S. and through parts of Europe.
Sarah Good (09, 13) is currently a Marketing and Communications Specialist in the Eastern Nazarene College Office of Marketing and Communications. Sarah received her B.A. in Communication Arts with a concentration in video production and her M.S. in Management.
April 22 – Bob Curry
Owner of Curry Hardware
Location Change: Faculty Lounge in Young Hall
With three stores in West Quincy, Braintree, and Hanover, Curry Paint and Hardware has come a long way since Paul Curry handed over the family business to his son Bob Curry in 1975. Bob has established his business as a cornerstone in the market by maintaining a very friendly and genuine environment with his customers. This everybody-knows-your-name environment has helped Bob compete with the megastores that run hardware today.
For any questions about the lecture series, please contact Business Division Chair Elizabeth Buckley at email@example.com