Bellarmine’s Rubel School of Business is launching the Bellarmine on Business podcast on October 1, 2020. We thought you might like to know a little about what went into the conceptualization, development and launch of this new platform. Most importantly, we wanted you to know what you can expect and why you should consider subscribing to the Bellarmine on Business podcast.
The core development team consists of four individuals. Jim Ray is a local business consultant who earned his Executive MBA from Bellarmine in 2008. He’ll host the upcoming episodes. Alisha Harper is a former IRS tax attorney who now serves on the faculty and is the chair of the Department of Business Administration. Dr. Frank Raymond is an economics professor, the MBA Director and the former interim Dean of the Rubel School of Business. Alexandra Moro is an MBA student who also serves as the Program Coordinator for the Rubel School of Business.
We look forward to reaching out and engaging with our community. The podcast will address topics dealing with the economy, finance, marketing, law, human resources, business strategy and other relevant topics for today’s business professionals. Some episode discussions will feature Rubel School of Business faculty and some will feature Bellarmine alumni who are impacting the community.
Bellarmine’s Rubel School of Business is AACSB accredited. Only 5% of business schools in the world and 15% of the business schools in the US have achieved that accreditation. We hope this new platform will provide another way for the us to positively promote the Rubel School’s brand and to enable you to benefit from the insights and discussions provided in these monthly episodes.
Going forward, you can find future episodes on the Rubel School of Business Podcast page of the Bellarmine website, various Bellarmine social media pages, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify and many other podcast directories. We encourage you to subscribe to our podcast so you don’t miss an episode.
Remember, the Bellarmine on Business podcast launches on October 1. Until then, Swords Up and Let’s Go Knights!
Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed during The Bellarmine on Business podcast do not necessarily reflect those of Bellarmine University, its administration or the faculty at large. The episodes are designed to be insightful, thought-provoking and entertaining.