I am honored to be joining the Board of Trustees of the Business Partnership Foundation (BPF), whose primary mission is to support the Darla Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina. The BPF’s core responsibility is maintaining continuous collaboration between the University of South Carolina and business communities, in state and around the world, to advance the Darla Moore School of Business. As a part of this collaboration, the BPF encourages and supports research in business and other related areas.
The Darla Moore School of Business, with more than 5500 undergraduate and 800 graduate students, is recognized globally for its faculty, productive research and cutting-edge programs in finance, international business, economics, supply chain, analytics, risk management and insurance, and human resources. The International MBA program is ranked number one, according to the latest U.S. News & World Report’s Graduate School rankings. The International MBA program has been ranked number one for the past seven years and has been in the top three for thirty-one consecutive years.
In addition to providing supplemental financial support to the school, the BPF acts as an advisory body to ensure that the school remains attuned to the needs of those it serves. The foundation provides an area of focus, the partnership between the business sector and the University that is essential to the continued qualitative growth of the school.
Darla Moore School of Business is making a positive impact in global business communities, innovative research, and the lives of enrolled students. I look forward to being a part of this drive towards excellence in the future growth of its constituencies.
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