We are excited to host a great panel of speakers for the CHANGE IS GOOD…If you know how to lead event.

Rusty Bailey is the current Mayor of Riverside. Mr. Bailey is a graduate of the U.S. Military Academy and has many years of experience in public service. As a panel member, Mr. Bailey will be sharing his experience from his career in public service and his skills at teamwork coordination and consensus building.

Leigh Hutchins is the President and Chief Operating Officer of NAMM. During her career at NAMM, Ms. Hutchins has worked various positions such as: payor and provider contracting, network development, transactional services and IPA operations. Ms. Hutchins will be bringing her 20 years of experience in health care management.

Ching Liu is the Executive Vice President of Solarmax Technology. Ms. Liu has been the Vice President and Premier Banking Manager of the Asian Segment for Wells Fargo Bank, as well as, Vice President of Wealth Management for Merrill Lynch. Ms. Liu will be bringing her expertise in asset-based financing and asset management in both the private investors and Asian-based institutions.

Dr. Ronald Ellis is the President of California Baptist University, whose leadership skills have developed cbu to be a premiere comprehensive Christian university, comprising of ten college and professional schools that offer 145 undergraduate degree majors and 35 graduate degree programs. Dr. Ellis has been named one of Riverside’s most influential leaders during the past 25 years.

Steve Bretches is an Executive Client Technical Architect at IBM. Mr. Bretches will be sharing his twelve year experience of providing technology based solution leadership to businesses and government. When not consulting, Mr. Bretches is an adjunct professor at California Baptist University’s School of Business.

Be sure to come and learn the art of leadership from this great panel!
Date: April 29, 2013
Time: 7:00 pm
Where: Innovator’s Auditorium at the Robert K. Jabs School of Business at California Baptist University

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