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McNamara Named Executive Director of CMC

Posted By webcomm On November 9, 2010 @ 10:25 am In Fall 2010,Inside Owen | Comments Disabled

Read McNamara

Read McNamara

Read McNamara, MA’76, a seasoned executive who has held senior positions with such Fortune 500 companies as Gillette, Pillsbury, ConAgra, Revlon and Bausch & Lomb, has been appointed Executive Director of the Career Management Center for the Owen School.

McNamara has lived and worked extensively in Latin America and Asia, speaks fluent Spanish and is conversant in Portuguese. He earned his MBA at Wharton, a master’s degree in Latin American studies from Vanderbilt and a bachelor’s degree from Colgate, where he has worked closely with their career management center as an alumnus.

“We are pleased to hire Read in this critical role for Owen,” says Jim Bradford, Dean of the Owen School. “With a wealth of connections, global experience and unparalleled sales skills, he can undoubtedly help us open doors and build our recruiter base in the U.S. and abroad.

“We also look forward to his role as a mentor and adviser to our students as he helps them match their goals and talents with the needs of business.”

McNamara succeeds Joyce Rothenberg, who led the Career Management Center for the past three years. Rothenberg left the Owen School to relocate to New York with her family. “Joyce has helped strengthen this department in many ways and is leaving a stable team and firm foundation on which her successor can build,” Bradford says.

Click here for an interview with Read McNamara [1].


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