Title

UND Hultberg Lectureship Series features successful College of Business and Public Administration alumnae; set for 4 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 3

Document Type

News Article

Publication Date

1-29-2015

Campus Unit

College of Business & Public Administration

Abstract

The University of North Dakota’s 2015 Hultberg Lectureship Series will feature another stellar group of successful alumnae of the College of Business and Public Administration.

The event is set for 4 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 3, at the Gorecki Alumni Center’s Gransberg Community Room on campus.

All of the women play a vital role in the business world as well as leading philanthropic lifestyles through volunteer work and commitment to bettering their communities and society. The Hultberg Lectureship Series has hosted more than 100 successful UND female alumni. This event highlights the University’s commitment to diversity and the promotion of women in the workplace.

This year’s event will include classroom visitations during the day and a panel discussion, titled “Passion for Life: Balancing Work, Family and Fun.”

Guest speakers include:

  • Megan Houser, a UND graduate with a master’s degree in business administration and the human resource manager for Advanced Engineering and Environmental Services (AE2S). Houser resides in Grand Forks.
  • Barb Aasen, a UND graduate with a bachelor’s degree in accountancy and the chief practice officer at Eide Bailly. She lives in Bismarck.
  • Sarah Horak, a UND graduate with a bachelor’s degree in financial management and a master’s degree in business administration. She is the co-owner/operator of Brick & Barley, O’Really’s Irish Pub and Level 10 Martini Lounge. Aasen resides in Grand Forks.
  • Melba Thompson, a UND graduate with a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a major in accountancy. She is the director of accounting for Allina Health System. Thompson lives in Vadnais Heights, Minn.

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