On April 20, 2010, Medical Teams International’s President, Bas Vanderzalm, will join two chief executive officers at Concordia University's 16th Annual CEO Roundtable luncheon.
(PORTLAND, Ore., Apr. 15, 2010)— On April 20, 2010, Medical Teams International’s President, Bas Vanderzalm, will join two chief executive officers at Concordia University's 16th Annual CEO Roundtable luncheon.
“These panelists are not only successful in business, but also focused on improving communities both locally and globally,” said Dr. Steve Braun, dean of Concordia University’s School of Management and founder of the CEO Roundtable. “They represent the values that Concordia instills in its students and that all of us can benefit from.”
This lively roundtable discussion will provide a special opportunity for a select group of corporate visionaries to engage with their peers in a truly candid and reciprocal environment. This event will highlight the successes and challenges these leaders and their companies face as they relate to Civic Leadership & Social Entrepreneurship and empowering the next generation of leaders.
The other panelists include: Tony Arnerich, CEO and CIO for Arnerich Massena & Associates, Inc., and Dr. Karen Brown Wilson, president of the Jessie F. Richardson Foundation
When: April 20, 2010, 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Where: The Governor Hotel, 614 SW 11th Avenue, Portland, OR 97205
About Medical Teams International: Since 1979, Medical Teams International has shipped more than $1.3 billion in antibiotics, surgical kits and lifesaving medicines to care for 35 million people in 100 countries around the world. More than 2,000 volunteers meet the needs of people worldwide each year. www.medicalteams.org.
About Concordia University: Established in 1905, Concordia University is a private Christian liberal arts university located in Northeast Portland. Concordia's focus on students is evidenced in its mission to prepare leaders for the transformation of society. www.cu-portland.edu