SNHU Business Indicators Series - 2010 Programs


Leading in Turbulent Times

Thursday, Nov. 4, 7:45 a.m. to 9:15 a.m.
The Quill, SNHU - Manchester campus

Join the conversation with other alumni leaders addressing challenges and opportunities as business leaders in today’s dynamic marketplace. Hear from two successful alumni about the trends they are seeing and how they are responding in these turbulent times.  


K. Brian McLaughlin '88, President & CEO, Granite Group Benefits, LLC
Russ Ouellette '91, Managing Partner, The Sojourn Partners


Innovations in Business: Getting the Word Out, Shaping Your Message and Finding Your Markets

Tuesday, Sept. 14, 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
The One Hundred Club, 100 Market St, Suite 500, Portsmouth, N.H.

This session is a conversation with alumni charged with the responsibility for getting the message out and building clientele and support in an ever-changing communications landscape. Join us with your questions and share your lessons learned.


Chris Cameron '99, B.S. Sport Management, Assistant GM/Director Media Relations, Portland Sea Dogs
Tony Matos '93, M.B.A., President, Altos Marketing Group
Glenn Rosenholm '07, B.A. Social Science, Public Affairs Specialist, USDA Forest Service  


Incorporating Technology to Maximize Productivity and Success

Thursday, Aug. 19, 7:45 a.m. to 9:15 a.m.
The Quill, SNHU - Manchester campus

Alumni panelists offer perspectives as both users and vendors of technology in their current business practices and planning, with special attention to web analytics, B2B sales, and social media marketing.


Doug Delvecchio '07, MBA, Director of Analytics & User Experience, Valassis – Redplum
Mark Haddad '01, BS Bus Admin, President & Founder, ZingR Communications, LLC
Kym Harrington '92, BS Bus Admin, President, SalesEdge, LLC 


2010: The Year of the Business Outcome

Thursday, May 13, 7:45 a.m. to 9:15 a.m.
The Quill, SNHU - Manchester campus

By all indications, the global economy is on the upswing, and key industries such as financial services, health care, and manufacturing are leading the recovery charge.  But "recovery" doesn't mean how these industries buy technology will be returning to the pre-crisis days.  Industry buyers are now focusing on a new and very different set of business outcomes, such as growing customer wallet share, differentiating based on customer experience, and capturing emerging customer segments, such as Gen Y's, -- all while remaining focused on that perennial business outcome, saving money.


Ellen Carney '91, BS Economics, Senior Analyst, Forrester Research




Innovations in Business, Part 1

Tuesday, Apr. 13, 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
The One Hundred Club, 100 Market St, Suite 500, Portsmouth, N.H.

Panelists share perspectives on the challenges and opportunities their organizations are facing in the current business and economic climate.


Pamela Morrison '92, BS Finance, Director, Senior Vice President & CAO, Optima Bank & Trust
Tom Proulx '94, MBA, Vice President & CFO, Proulx Oil & Propane
Christopher Wolfe '84, MBA, President & CEO, MultiNational Resources, Inc.


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