MOUNT VERNON — Mount Vernon Nazarene University’s Jetter School of Business will host the Boesger Business Ethics Symposium on Friday, Nov. 8, 2013 from 3 to 4 p.m. in Thorne Performance Hall.
Sam Nobilucci, a 2009 graduate of MVNU, will be the featured speaker for the fall symposium, with a presentation on “Building on Ethical Business Success.”
Nobilucci has worked several years as a clinician in emergency medicine and as a caregiver in developmental disabilities, as well as being an educator and administrator in private security and urgent care medicine. Currently he serves as the clinic manager for OhioHealth Urgent Care in New Albany. He has worked in medical education since 2010, teaching classes in emergency medicine through LifeCare Medical Services in Columbus and Cincinnati. He has completed degrees at the associate, bachelor and master’s level, all through MVNU. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in sports management and a master of science in healthcare management from the Jetter School of Business. He is currently in the process of applying to medical school.
The Boesger Business Ethics Symposium has been made possible by a generous endowment from Len and Betty Boesger. Prior to retirement, Mr. Boesger successfully developed and led companies in a variety of fields. A member of the National Association of Corporate Directors, Mr. Boesger also served on a number of for-profit and non-profit boards, including service as the chair of MVNU’s Foundation Board. The goal of the symposium is to introduce the MVNU community to Christian business leaders who have successfully led organizations with ethics and excellence.
There is no cost to attend this event, and the event is open to the public.
Published on October 21, 2013