From Main Street to Wall Street
Experts Offer Perspective on Financial Crisis
Tuesday, October 7, 2008
Members of the Erivan K. Haub School of Business faculty at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia are available to speak about the financial crisis.
Christopher Coyne, Ph.D., CFP – advises main street to “allow patience to prevail over panic.” A certified financial planner and professor of finance, Coyne is adept at speaking about consumer psychology as it relates to personal finances in times of crisis. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-660-1668.
Joseph DiAngelo, Ed.D. – dean of the Haub School, DiAngelo can speak to the economy’s impact on undergraduate and graduate programs. Contact: email@example.com or 610-660-1645.
Amy Lipton, Ph.D., CFA – spent 10 years on Wall Street managing multi-billion dollar portfolios. Lipton can speak about the mechanics and culture of this environment and its interconnectivity with Washington, D.C. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-660-1545.
John McCall, Ph.D. – director of the Pedro Arrupe Center for Business Ethics and a professor of management and philosophy, McCall can comment on the ethical lessons to be learned at “every stage” of the subprime-mortgage debacle: from borrowers to brokers, lending banks to investment banks. Contact email@example.com or 610-660-1545.
Carolin Schellhorn, Ph.D. – is cognizant of taxpayer reactions to the bailout of the financial system. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-660-1657.
Matthew Brink – as director of the University’s Career Development Center, Brink says the current financial climate has a direct effect on the availability of internships and entry-level jobs for students pursuing careers on Wall Street. He maintains, however, that the job market for the remainder of students is relatively strong. Contact: email@example.com.
Cell phone numbers are available for these experts upon request to University Communications at 610-660-1355.