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    March 15, 2019

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    Jeff Davis, associate director of RIT’s Executive MBA program, at the podium, welcomed back alumni to the 16th annual Sharpen the Saw day, hosted by Saunders College of Business on March 15. The daylong program offered professional development and personal advice to graduates of RIT’s Executive MBA program. This year’s speakers included Kip Palmer, president and CEO, Palmer Food Services; Sandy Dominach and Garth Hankinson from Constellation Brands; Jamie Saunders, president and CEO, United Way of Greater Rochester; Andrea Holland, executive coach; and David Naylor, executive vice president, 2Logical. In addition to networking sessions and presentations, participants also attended the dedication of the Lobozzo Center for Executive Education, located in Lowenthal Hall, named for Joseph Lobozzo ’95 (EMBA), founder of JML Optical Industries Inc., and namesake of RIT’s alumni house.

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