Schenectady, N.Y. (March 15, 2002) – The MBA Program at Union College is hosting a symposium titled “The Economic Future of Upstate New York – Post 9/11” on Thursday, March 21, from 4 to 5:30 p.m. in Union College's Nott Memorial.
The keynote speaker is Richard G. Ketchum, president and deputy chairman of the
Nasdaq Stock Market Inc.
The event also will feature a panel discussion with Ketchum; John C. Egan, CEO of the
Albany International Airport; Stephen Kagann, chief economist to the governor;
David W. Oliker, president and CEO of MVP Health Care; Gregory V. Serio,
superintendent of insurance for New York State; and Lyn Taylor, president of
the Albany-Colonie Chamber of Commerce.
Moderator is Jack Aernecke, anchor and business editor, WRGB-TV.
A reception will follow.
Each year, the MBA Program at Union presents its Economic Outlook Symposium as a means to
stimulate dialogue on critical issues facing Upstate New York. The symposium
attracts more than 200 business and government leaders.
Sponsoring this year's symposium are GE Power Systems; Golub Corporation; M&T Bank; The PressRoom; Sawchuk, Brown Associates; and WRGB-Channel 6.
For more information, call 388-6235.
For calendar listings:
Event: “The Economic Future of Upstate New York – Post 9/11” sponsored by the MBA Program at Union College
Date: Thursday, March 21
Time: 4 to 5:30 p.m.
Place: Nott Memorial, Union College
Cost: Free and open to the public