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July 31, 2020

Carey Business School Launches Business Leadership Society

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The Business Leadership Society at Carey Business School will recognize leadership-level annual gifts to Carey. Members will enjoy benefits including invitations to Business Leadership Society networking events and lifelong learning opportunities.

Business Leadership Society

Support student scholarship, enable faculty research, and sustain Carey’s stature as a global leader in graduate business education.

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Johns Hopkins Carey Business School has established the new Business Leadership Society to recognize the school’s most dedicated donors. Financial contributions to Carey Business School support student scholarship, enable faculty research, and sustain the school's stature as a global leader in graduate business education.

“This is an exciting new chapter for Carey Business School,” said Dean Alex Triantis. “The creation of the Business Leadership Society allows us to recognize our most dedicated alumni and friends, while enabling them to foster connections with each other and enjoy the exclusive benefits of membership. I look forward to seeing the Business Leadership Society flourish and being able to personally interact with its members.”

“The creation of the Business Leadership Society allows us to recognize our most dedicated alumni and friends, while enabling them to foster connections with each other and enjoy the exclusive benefits of membership.”

Alex Triantis, Dean

 

Carey Business School shapes leaders who build for what’s next in the global marketplace, and expands Johns Hopkins University’s pursuit of research, discovery, and education through dynamic learning opportunities, innovative faculty, and interdisciplinary collaborations. The Business Leadership Society will recognize leadership-level annual gifts to Carey, starting at $1,000 each fiscal year, or $500 each fiscal year for graduates from within the past five years. Members will enjoy benefits including invitations to Business Leadership Society networking events and lifelong learning opportunities.

“This initiative provides a great opportunity to bring the Hopkins business community together,” added David Feinberg, vice president of Google Health. Because membership is not limited to Carey Business School alumni, anyone interested in business or business education at Johns Hopkins is welcome to participate.

“The Business Leadership Society is a great opportunity for friends of Carey to interact with the society’s vibrant network and get exclusive insight on what’s happening at the school,” says Karen Peetz, MS ’81, Chair of the Dean’s Advisory Council and a Chief Administrative Officer at Citigroup. “We are looking forward to welcoming new members to the Business Leadership Society!"

Individuals who are interested in learning more about the Business Leadership Society can visit the webpage or contact Joey Peyton, assistant director of leadership giving at jpeyton9@jhu.edu

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