Funded in part by a grant given by the Manville Foundation for Private Enterprise in 1979, this speaker series is founded on the long-standing tradition of hosting executives in residence in the Robins School of Business. These exceptional speaker events offer opportunities to enhance connections between our students, the school, and the community.

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The Word on Wall Street (Sept. 18, 2014)
Paul Queally R'86, co-president of Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe, moderates a panel of Wall Street executives. The panel of financial management experts speak about their experiences and invite questions from the audience.
The Word on Wall Street (Sept. 18, 2014)
Paul Queally R'86, co-president of Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe, moderates a panel of Wall Street executives. The panel of financial management experts speak about their experiences and invite questions from the audience.
The Word on Wall Street (Sept. 18, 2014) (HLS)
Paul Queally R'86, co-president of Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe, moderates a panel of Wall Street executives. The panel of financial management experts speak about their experiences and invite questions from the audience.
Cammie Dunaway, B'84, KidZania, Inc.
Cammie Dunaway, B'84, U.S. President and Global CMO at Kidzania, Inc., shared her thoughts about creating a profitable business that is grounded in passion and purpose after acquiring more than 25 years' experience in the industry.
The Word on Wall Street (Nov. 21, 2013)
Paul Queally R'86, co-president of Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe, moderates a panel of Wall Street executives. The panel of financial management experts speak about their experiences and invite questions from the audience.
David Hall, Hallmark
David E. Hall, president of Hallmark North America and a corporate officer at Hallmark Cards, Inc., will share his experiences as a third-generation leader of this family-owned, privately held company.
Frans Johansson, author of "The Medici Effect"
Frans Johansson talks about "The Medici Effect."
The Word on Wall Street (Nov. 29, 2012)
Paul Queally R'86, co-president of Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe, moderates a panel of Wall Street executives. The panel of financial management experts speak about their experiences and invite questions from the audience.
Alan Wurtzel, former CEO of Circuit City
Alan Wurtzel, former CEO of Circuit City, discusses leadership lessons from his new book "Good To Great To Gone: The 60 Year Rise and Fall of Circuit City."
Ruth McCartney, McCartneyMultimedia.com
Ruth McCartney, CEO of McCartneyMultimedia.com, spoke on the digital world of today and tomorrow as part of the Robins Executive Speaker Series on March 28, 2012.
Melanie Healey, B'83, Procter & Gamble
Melanie Healey, recognized in Fortune Magazine's Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Business list for five years, spoke on how innovation plays a role in a company's success and longevity to an audience at Robins School of Business (2/16/12)
Elizabeth Duke, Federal Reserve Governor (Stanley S. Watts Lectureship)
During the lecture, Governor Duke explained her progression from a community banker to her current governorship post and responded to questions from the audience.
Frank Batten, Landmark Media Enterprises
Frank Batten, Chairman and CEO, Landmark Media Enterprises, speaks on the challenges of the print media industry, as well as the sale of The Weather Channel, and a values-based leadership culture.
The Word on Wall Street (October 6, 2011)
Presenter Paul Queally R'86, co-president of Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe, moderates a panel of Wall Street executives, inviting questions from the audience on the state of the U.S. financial climate.

2014 - 2015 Presenters
Word on Wall StreetModerator: Paul Queally, R'86
September 18, 2014
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Bethany McLean"All the Devils are Here"
February 3, 2015
Tom JoyceKnight Capital
March 3, 2015
Registration and Contact

Robins Executive Speaker Series events are free and open to the public, but registration is required. Each event in the series features a lecture at 6pm followed by a reception.

For more information, contact:
Andi Minor, Special Events Manager
(804) 289-8813
aminor@richmond.edu