Executives to talk about leadership at Neumann University
ASTON Neumann University will hold a leadership program featuring three local executives who will talk about developing and implementing a vision to shape the future of their organizations.
The event, "Envisioning and Shaping the Future," will be held Thursday from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the college. Bruce Toll, vice chairman of Toll Brothers home builders; Sharon Pinkenson, executive director of the Greater Philadelphia Film Office; and Renold Capocasale, CEO of FlowMetric, a pharmaceutical laboratory, will be the featured speakers.
The program is the fourth in a series of five offered during the 2014 spring semester. The program costs $59 and includes materials and credits for accountants or lawyers who attend for CLE or CPE credits.