Campus president Anthony Spano attended the event with our senior director of admissions Michael Sandoval, business development representative Lisa Farrah Carrillo, and vice president of academic affairs, Dr. Rockel Etienne.
Dr. Marty Lev, who in 2015 earned a Doctor of Business Administration in Business Administration from Argosy University, Sarasota, was recently named director of supply chain at Fuchs North America. The organization is a leading maker of seasonings, flavor systems and taste solutions for the food manufacturing, retail and foodservice industries.
Dr. Lev’s appointment was made public in a company news release, which added that prior to joining Fuchs North America, Lev was director of global planning and procurement for Medifast, Inc., director of procurement at Williams Scotsman and held both operations and supply chain management roles at Givaudan Flavors.
“We at Fuchs are thrilled to have Marty join our team,” said Dan Cooper, CEO of Fuchs North America. “[His] extensive qualifications and proven track record of successfully implementing and optimizing supply chain and operations programs makes [him] ideally suited for supporting our customers’ needs and improving our internal processes as Fuchs continues to grow.”
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Dr. John Meyer, who in 2010 earned a Doctor of Business Administration in Business Administration from Argosy University, Sarasota, was appointed president of Hodges University. His responsibilities will include continuing strategic directives for academic quality, a diverse student population and innovation.
“I am very optimistic about Hodges’ focus on workforce-oriented higher education,” Dr. Myer said within an article published by . “We have a real opportunity to expand what it is we are doing, how we do it, and the kinds of things we offer to greater impact Southwest Florida and beyond and make a measurable, positive difference.”
Prior his appointment, Dr. Meyer was executive vice president of academic affairs
to joining Hodges University, Dr. Myer served as the school’s executive vice president of academic affairs. He also held the position of dean of the School of Business and Technology at Florida SouthWestern State College.
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Dr. Karen Rawls, faculty, Argosy University, Northern Virginia was recently inducted as the president of the Northern Virginia Nurses chapter of the Virginia Nurses Association. The chapter has a membership of over 250 licensed professional nurses.
Dr. Rawls is new to the Virginia area and joined Argosy University, Northern Virginia as the nursing program chair. Dr. Rawls graduated with honors from Capella University in 2016, receiving her Doctorate of Philosophy in Education with a specialty in Nursing Education and Nursing Research. She worked previously as residency manager and clinical placement coordinator for Grady Health Systems in Atlanta, Georgia.
In her role as chapter president, Dr. Rawls will engage in leadership strategies that advocate for healthcare policy, improve workplace safety, collaborate with uniting one voice in nursing, champion interdisciplinary care and support educational opportunities for the nursing profession. The role includes national strategic planning responsibilities with the American Nurses Association.
Argosy University, Northern Virginia recently launched its Bachelor of Science in Nursing – Learn more by visiting the school’s website.