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Riding Her Road to Better Business

April 2, 2015

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Kristina Bouweiri is President and CEO of Reston Limousine. Her company is Washington DC’s premier chauffeured transportation provider and the 13th largest fleet operator in the industry! Kristina is one of our co-chairs for the Women in Business Initiative! She is a great leader and woman in the workforce. Scott M. Hamberger, CEO, President, Integrus […]

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Thank You Sponsors of the Women in Business Initiative

February 26, 2015

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The School of Business Women in Business Initiative is built to support female business professionals and open doors for our current female students and alumni. This program would not thrive without our generous sponsors. Becoming a sponsor improves the success of the Women in Business Initiative. We are so grateful for the generosity of our […]

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Tell Your Bob Johnston Story

October 21, 2013

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In a grand gesture of gratitude to her former instructor, alumna Patricia “Patty” Roberts and her husband have established an endowed professorship to honor Dr. Robert Johnston. They kicked off the endowment last November with a gift of $500,000—the largest contribution ever received in the history of the School of Management. The gift was a […]

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Workplace Winners: Feminism and Forty Winks

May 8, 2013

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As a still-recovering corporate human resources and professional development leader, I found the theme for NAPW’s National Networking Conference on Friday, April 26th near and dear to my heart: “SPARK. Ignite Your Network.” Workshop topics for this National Association of Professional Women’s event included reinvention, transformation and balance. I felt right at home. Let’s just […]

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A Snapshot of the Remodeling Industry

March 22, 2013

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There are more than 128 million existing homes in the US. And the median age of an owner-occupied home according to data from the 2009 American Housing Survey was 34 years old, making remodeling a significant part of the economy. The remodeling industry was $275 B in 2011 representing 1.8% of the GDP according to the Joint […]

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