Lindner Alumni Council's Alumni Speaker Series
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The Lindner Alumni Council is excited to partner with Sigma Sigma Men's Honorary on this year's Lindner Alumni Speaker Series. Lindner alumni, Sigma Sigma brothers, and friends are invited to join us for networking and camaraderie prior to the panel discussion.
Inspired by the UC Alma Mater, this year's speaker series focuses on the "rock of truth." Our alumni thought leaders will share their own insights related to navigating aspects of truth in professional and personal settings.
Danielle Lewis Jones, Bus '11
Danielle Lewis Jones earned her MBA from UC in 2011. She is the Head of Communications for Kroger Health. Previously, she was vice president and senior manager of public relations for Fifth Third Bank and a senior media relations associate for Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. After the death of her infant son, she started Angel Baby Network to help families cope with the devastating effects of child loss.
Robert Richardson Jr., CEAS '02, Law '05
Rob Richardson Jr. is co-founder and CEO of Disrupt Art, a global marketplace, studio and technology company created to revolutionize the impact of Art, Music, Fashion and Film. Rob is also the founder of Disruption Now Media, a platform that connects entrepreneurs, artists and leaders through interactive events, educational content and podcasts. Rob previously served as chairman of the University of Cincinnati’s Board of Trustees, becoming the youngest person to serve in that role.
Richard Thornburgh, Bus '79, Hon '09
Richard ("Dick") E. Thornburgh is non-executive Chairman of the Board of S&P Global Inc., an international data and analytics company with over 40,000 employees and a market cap in excess of $110 billion. Dick also serves on the board of Repay Holdings, a payment processing solutions company focused on the U.S. market; chairs the board of privately held Jackson Hewitt, a U.S. tax services company; and sits on the Investment Committee of the University of Cincinnati. Dick received his MBA from Harvard Business School in 1976.