Otterbein Graduate School Lecture Series

Date: Wednesday, October 13, 2021
Location: Roush Hall
Reception & Introductory Remarks: 5:30pm in the Fisher Gallery, 1st floor
Lecture : 6:00pm-7:00pm in Roush 114

Graduate Lecture Speaker: Hilary Stone MBA'20

The MBA Program at Otterbein University is hosting a free public lecture by Hilary Stone, donor engagement officer for The Columbus Foundation, at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 13, in room 114 of Roush Hall, 27 S. Grove St. The lecture will be preceded by a reception at 5:30 p.m.

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The lecture, “If It Is Broke, Do Fix It: Applying Management Concepts to Career, Community, and Life,” will teach attendees some basic management concepts that can be broadly applied to advance a career, better understand and address community needs, and even improve relationships, presented through a series of stories that range from relatable to ridiculous.

An alumna of Otterbein University’s MBA program, Stone works at The Columbus Foundation as a donor engagement officer, managing donor recognition and stewardship activities and working with donors to develop and execute philanthropic plans. Over the course of her career, she has worked in four states across three regions of the United States. Her strengths grew from those moves. She enters every organization, committee, and team with an outsider’s perspective and an insider’s heart, enabling her to identify efficiencies, solve problems, and reinvigorate purpose-driven pursuits. Stone ultimately hopes to advance her community by being a catalyst for change – connecting organizations, people, groups, and companies with the ideas, data, and resources they need to maximize impact.

The MBA Program at Otterbein University is a multidisciplinary, ethics-supported, technology enhanced program with a global focus that furthers the mission of a liberal arts education while providing the skills for lifelong learning necessary to provide value to the individual, the workplace, and society. We prepare graduates to lead in their industry, change the status quo, drive real success quotients, think entrepreneurially, engage locally and globally, and advance their professions and communities. We don’t want students to just play the game, we want them to change it! Learn more at www.otterbein.edu/mba.

Kristy McCray