Executives in Residence - We Bring C-Suite Business Leaders To You!

Each year, chairs, CEOs, presidents, and other top executives visit the campuses for a day and interact with students as part of our Executive in Residence program. Located in New York, the business capital of the world, the Lubin School of Business has a unique competitive positioning that provides opportunities for corporate partnerships and close relationships with the business community. Our location is part of Lubin's experience-based learning advantage.

The Executive in Residence program has been in existence for more than 30 years and typically executives visit both campuses each year. The executives lecture on timely business issues, providing unique insights to students from a real business perspective. Students have the opportunity to interact with the executives throughout the day, asking questions, learning about positions in the industry, and sharing their concerns as they prepare for their own business careers. We also find that our visiting executives find the experience to be very rewarding as they interact with students and faculty, giving back to the community and helping to shape tomorrow's business leaders. You might meet the CEO of the next company you work for!

SPRING 2020 EXECUTIVES IN RESIDENCE 

PLEASANTVILLE
Scott Schulman

Information and Media Executive
Boston Consulting Group

[Scott Schulman]
Wednesday, April 1, 2020 at 11:00 a.m.
Gottesman Room, Kessel Campus Center
Pleasantville Campus


>> RSVP requested

Scott Schulman has spent his career in the information and media industries, as a leader of global businesses and consultant/advisor to the world's most successful and innovative companies. He has led businesses across a wide range of information sectors and businesses, including digital content, platforms and databases; live events; training; financial information; magazines, books and newspapers; and many others.

Scott currently serves as a Senior Advisor at the Boston Consulting Group, where he works with the Technology, Media & Telecom practice to help global clients with growth strategy and execution; business transformation; and new marketing, sales and pricing models.

Most recently, as CEO of UBM Americas, Scott led the growth transformation of the largest events business in the Americas and a portfolio of vertical business-to-business information companies. UBM's significant acceleration of organic growth led to its very successful sale in 2018. Scott led a series of new sales and marketing strategies, market extensions, product enhancements, launches, digital media initiatives and acquisitions to reposition and expand the business.

Prior to UBM, as President of Rodale, Scott led the leading health and wellness media company and drove growth with new product launches, online courses, live events, mobile tools, licensing and an expanded international footprint. In 13 years at Dow Jones & Company, Scott served in a series of roles in which he drove new strategies and product solutions to provide business customers and consumers with highly valued information, platform tools, content and data.

Scott's leadership roles at Dow Jones include serving as President of Corporate Markets; President of Financial Information Services; Senior Vice President, Global Sales and Marketing for The Wall Street Journal; President of Consumer Electronic Publishing; Publisher of WSJ.Com; and Chief Strategy Officer.

Earlier, Scott was a partner at management consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton. His work spanned digital services, electronic and print business and legal information, entertainment and education. He advised corporate management and boards of directors on corporate and business strategy, new product development, pricing, marketing and international growth.

Scott serves on the advisory board of Function4, an emerging digital hub of the events industry. He recently served as Senior Executive Fellow at the National Security Innovation Network's X-Force, a Department of Defense program office. He has served on the boards of leading associations including Software & Information Industry Association, American Business Media, SISO, Connectiv and the Ad Council.

He received a Bachelor of Science degree from Duke University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

 
NEW YORK CITY
Anthony Kuczinski '81

President and Chief Executive Officer
Munich Reinsurance America Inc.

[Anthony Kuczinski]
Wednesday, April 15, 2020 at 2:00 p.m.
Schimmel Center, One Place Plaza
New York City Campus


>> RSVP requested

Tony Kuczinski is president and chief executive officer of Munich Reinsurance America, Inc., chair of Hartford Steam Boiler Group, Inc., and chair of American Modern Insurance Group, Inc. He has overall responsibility for Munich Re's property and casualty reinsurance and specialty insurance businesses in the U.S. He is also a board member of Munich Re America Corporation and several of the related corporations.

During his 30 years with Munich Reinsurance America, Tony has held various other positions. Prior to assuming his current position in January 2008, he was president of the Specialty Markets division of Munich Reinsurance America and president of American Alternative Insurance Corporation and The Princeton Excess and Surplus Lines Insurance Company. Tony also served as project leader of Munich Re's U.S. Strategy Project, where he was an architect of the group's strategy for long-term profitable growth in the U.S. He has over 35 years of industry experience.

Tony serves the insurance industry through participation in a number of organizations. He is chair of the American Property Casualty Insurance Association (APCIA), and is an executive committee and board member of the St. John's University School of Risk Management Advisory Board. He is a former chair of the board at The Institutes, and former chair of the Reinsurance Association of America. Tony has completed the advanced executive education program in conjunction with the AICPCU and the Wharton School. He earned a bachelor of business administration from Pace University.

In terms of community service, Tony is a trustee and vice chair of Penn Medicine at Princeton, former vice chair and treasurer of Princeton Healthcare Foundation, and the former chair of the board of Eden Autism Services, an organization that provides service and support to individuals with Autism and their families.

He resides in the United States with his wife, and is the proud father of three adult daughters and three grandchildren.


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For more information about the Executive in Residence program, please contact Lubin's Office of Communications and External Relations, lubin@pace.edu, (212) 618-6500.

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