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Webster University's School of Business & Technology today announced that Dale L. Cammon, Chairman and Co-Chief Executive Officer of the Bryant Group, Inc has been named the new chair of the school's advisory board.
"The School of Business and Technology Advisory Committee has always enjoyed strong and dedicated service from distinguished leaders in the business community," said Dr. Elizabeth (Beth) Stroble, president of Webster University. "Mr. Dale L. Cammon, who has served with distinction as a trustee of Webster University since 2007, will now through his leadership in the St. Louis community enable strategic partnerships for the School of Business and Technology in a dynamic time for Webster University and this community."
"Dale Cammon is the type of business leader who takes those around him to the next level," said Dr. Benjamin Akande, dean of The School of Business & Technology. "His drive and determination, combined with his expertise in the business world makes him an asset to our school, our faculty, staff and students."
"I am excited to be a part of a group of talented and dedicated advisory board members who share a common interest in the continuing success of the School of Business and Technology at Webster University," Mr. Cammon said upon accepting the appointment. "Webster University is the only academic institution that I know of where entrepreneurial thinking and academics intersect and the study of Business and Technology is right in the middle of that intersection."
Mr. Cammon currently serves on the Advisory Board of Directors for Children's Discovery Institute and is a Board of Trustees member of the St. Louis Children's Hospital Foundation. Dale Cammons is also a Webster University Board of Trustee member. Mr. Cammon received his B.A. from the University of Illinois and his J.D. from Washington University's School of Law. At the Bryant Group, he oversees the multi-million dollar corporation which is dedicated to helping families deliver wealth or family businesses from one generation to the next. In his new role as Advisory Board chair, Mr. Cammon will lead an outstanding group of business and civic leaders who advise and support The School of Business & Technology at Webster University. One of those leaders, visionary Board Chair Emeritus Ambassador George H. (Bert) Walker III, served as the advisory board’s chair for the past several years and will now support Mr. Cammon as he takes over management of the advisory board.
"We are grateful for the transformational leadership that Ambassador Walker provided as chair of the Advisory board for so many years," said Dr. Stroble. "We will continue to tap his wisdom and expertise as he serves as a member of the School of Business advisory board."
With its home campus in St. Louis, Webster University is a worldwide institution committed to delivering high-quality learning experiences that transform students for global citizenship and individual excellence. Founded in 1915,Webster offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs as well as a Doctoral of Management program in the School of Business & Technology through five schools and colleges and a global network of more than 100 campuses. Its 20,000-plus student population represents almost 150 nationalities. Since opening its first campus overseas in Geneva in 1978, Webster has become a recognized leader and innovator in global education, with an international presence that now includes campuses in London; Vienna; Amsterdam and Leiden, the Netherlands; Shanghai, Shenzhen and Chengdu, China; and Bangkok and Cha-am, Thailand. Webster also has educational partnerships with universities in Mexico and Japan.
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