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Corine T. Norgaard Women in Leadership Lecture Series

Brand You: The Power of Connections and Building Your Personal Brand

Featuring Amy Quigley, Chief Marketing Officer at Myelin Health

Tuesday, April 1, 5:30 - 7:30 pm
Cost: Free

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5:30: Lecture in Wilde Auditorium
6:30: Reception at 1877 Club Rotunda

About the Speaker

Amy Quigley '93 has 20 years of experience growing service brands and has gained a reputation for transforming brands, generating business opportunities, and building thought leadership initiatives that fuel growth and put companies on the map. Previously,Quigley was vice president for global marketing at iProspect, a digital media company, where she created the company’s client advisory board and developed original industry research that received national business press coverage. Prior to that, she served as vice president for global marketing at Continuum, an innovation and design firm, where she built the company’s thought leadership program and launched its Los Angeles and Shanghai offices. Quigley is a member of the CMO Club and previously served as president of the American Marketing Association’s Boston Chapter.

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University of Hartford
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West Hartford, CT


This event is sponsored by The University of Hartford's Barney School of Business in partnership with the Women's Education and Leadership Fund, Presidents' College, Entrepreneurial Center and Office of Institutional Advancement.

About the Lecture Series

Former Barney School of Business Dean Corine Norgaard's memory and legacy are being preserved through this lecture series, which features dynamic and accomplished women in leadership positions–just like Corine. She was a beloved teacher, distinguished scholar, dean, business owner, and member of numerous community boards, and was instrumental in leading the Barney School of Business to initial accreditation under the rigorous AACSB International standards. In all of her endeavors, Corine brought a special charm, wit, and engaging style that made her a joy to work with and to be around.

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