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Fisher appoints interim dean for business school

Rochester Business Journal
July 1, 2014

St. John Fisher College has appointed an interim dean for its School of Business.

Ray Shady will serve in the position formerly held by David Martin, who is leaving for a position at the Western Connecticut State University Ancell School of Business.
 
Shady previously was interim chair of the Management and Marketing Department at St. John Fisher. He also worked as an adjunct faculty member, visiting assistant professor of marketing and coordinator of the internship program at the school.

Shady’s professional experience includes running his own marketing and consulting firm; vice president of corporate marketing at Xelus Inc.; and co-founder, partner and vice president of sales, marketing and alliances at LPA Software Inc.

“Dr. Shady’s extensive professional and academic experiences—coupled with his dedication and commitment to the students in the School of Business—are central to the core mission of the College,” said Donald Bain, president of St. John Fisher College. “I am delighted that he will fulfill this role and help us continue that mission and serve our students.”
 
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