Polly Chandler Chosen for Leadership NH… and More

Polly Chandler, head of the MBA in Sustainability program and chair of the Department of Management, will have a busy month in September:

Chandler was selected to be one of the thirty-five members in the 2013 class of Leadership New Hampshire, which will meet monthly to focus on different aspects of New Hampshire civic life, including education, government, arts, and health care. The organization’s goal is to cultivate emerging leaders on statewide issues. The classes begin September 11 and 12.

Find out more about Leadership NH.

Chandler will be part of the QS MBA tour, joining a panel on Thursday, September 13, in Boston, Massachusetts. Jen Fritz, AUNE’s associate director of admissions, will also be on the tour, attending an event in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on September 18. The QS MBA tour is a recruitment fair for MBA programs around the country and gives potential candidates a chance to meet people from, and get information, on MBA programs.

Chandler will host and facilitate a New Hampshire Businesses for Social Responsibility (NHBSR) roundtable, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, September 18, in AUNE’s Community Room. The NHBSR is open to all who would like to attend.

Find out more about the NHBSR roundtable.

Chandler will be on the judging panel for Best Companies to Work For in New Hampshire contest, held by New Hampshire Business magazine and Bruce Mast & Associates. The panel will tour New Hampshire businesses on September 28.

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