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Gloria Larson Co-Hosts "The Hays Advantage" on Bloomberg Radio

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Gloria Larson Co-Hosts "The Hays Advantage" on Bloomberg Radio

On Friday, October 11, the Bloomberg radio team will broadcast the show "The Hays Advantage" live from the Bentley Trading Room from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. and we encourage faculty, staff and students to drop by and observe.  Our own President Larson will co-host the show alongside veteran economics reporter and regular show host Kathleen Hays and co-host Vonnie Quinn. The show will focus on women’s leadership and will feature a great line-up of interviews including Founding Director of Bentley’s Center for Women and Business Betsy Myers, Economics Professor Scott Sumner, Management & Psychology Professor Aaron Nurick, Liz LeDoux, Director of the Media & Culture Program, high-profile leaders from companies such as State Street, Mercer, and National Grid, and more. There will be light breakfast refreshments for those who can stop by to watch the broadcast. Feel free to stay for one interview or for the entire show. The line-up is as follows:

10:00                     Show intro and Gloria interview

10:30                     Alison Quirk, EVP, State Street (calling in from China)

10:45                     Aaron Nurick, Management and Psychology Professor

11:00                     Scott Sumner, Economics professor

11:30                     Marcy Reed, president, National Grid

12:00                     BREAK, content played from another show

12:30                     Bonnie Kirchner, Sea Change Financial, Bentley alum

12:45                     Betsy Myers, Founding Director, Center for Women and Business at Bentley

1:00                       Erica Ariel Fox, negotiation lecturer, Harvard Law School

1:15                       Laura Ramanis, Senior Partner, Mercer

1:45                       Liz LeDoux, media and culture program director

We hope to see you there!

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