30 Years of Lubin’s EIR
The Lubin School of Business is celebrating the 30th anniversary of its Executive in Residence Program, which joins C-suite executives with current students for industry insights, networking, and more. This year’s EIRs are Richard L. Gelfond, Barry Klarberg, and Kelvin Joseph.
Long before today’s students were born, in the fall of 1987, back when the internet wasn’t ubiquitous and the fanciest piece of office equipment was a giant fax machine, connections with people in high places weren’t as east to come by. It was then that Lubin's leadership decided that bringing top executives to campus to impart wisdom and guidance to students would be one of the best ways to provide them with the connections and experiential learning that was a cornerstone to a Pace education even then. Thus, the Executive in Residence program was created.
For the last 30 years, Lubin has brought COOs, CMOs, CEOs, and CFOs to campus to talk business with business students. This year is no different, and because Lubin is celebrating 30 years of the Executive in Residence Program, we’re bringing you a total of three this October. In NYC, CEO of IMAX Richard L. Gelfond talks entertainment technology and how the IMAX experience was brought to theaters near you. In PLV, Pace alumni Barry Klarberg ’81, ’85, and Kelvin Joseph ’01 talk about the intersection of sports marketing and finance.
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
2:15 p.m.–3:15 p.m.
Richard L. Gelfond
CEO of IMAX
Richard L. Gelfond is the CEO of IMAX Corporation, one of the world’s leading entertainment technology companies. Under Gelfond’s leadership, IMAX has evolved from a niche purveyor of nature and science documentaries to a Hollywood movie force. The company presented some of 2016’s top movies including Deadpool, Captain America: Civil War, and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. The company expects (and has already seen) 2017 to be a blockbuster year from tentpoles such as IT, The Fate of the Furious, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Transformers: The Last Knight, and Dunkirk.
Thursday, October 12, 2017
12:15 p.m.–1:15 p.m.
Gottesman Room, Kessel Student Center
Barry Klarberg ’81, ’85
CEO and Founder of Monarch Business and Wealth Management LLC
Founded in 2008, Monarch Business and Wealth Management LLC is a full-service family office firm specializing in providing business and wealth management services to high net-worth individuals, athletes, and entertainers. Klarberg also holds ownership stakes in the New York Yankees, the Memphis Grizzlies, and the New York City FC, a professional soccer team.
Kelvin Joseph ’01
CMO and COO of Steiner Sports
As Chief Marketing Officer and Chief Operating Officer for Steiner Sports Marketing, Kelvin Joseph is at the intersection of sports marketing and finance. A CPA, former CFO, and business owner, Joseph utilizes his extensive experience in business consulting to help companies from new startups to Fortune 500s (e.g. Oracle and Morgan Stanley) monetize their marketing spend by determining what sports marketing strategy will benefit the company the most, providing access to the right athletes at the right time, negotiating contracts for the best deals, and measuring and analyzing results to ensure return on investment.
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