Bruce Mosler appointed chair of new Wharton board

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Oct.October 17, 2011 02:06 PM
Bruce Mosler

Bruce Mosler, chairman of Global Brokerage for Cushman & Wakefield, has been appointed as chair of the new Executive Education Advisory
Board of the Aresty Institute of Executive Education at the Wharton
School of the University of Pennsylvania, the institution announced today.

“I am very pleased to expand my commitment to Wharton, to engage the
educators and business leaders who are addressing the leadership
challenges of the new economy and to improve our collective impact on
business and society,” Mosler, a Wharton alumnus, said in a statement.

As chair, Mosler will serve as chief volunteer and liaison between
Wharton and its external constituencies and its board members,
according to the statement. In addition, he will be the public face of
the Executive Education School, serving as its local, regional and global
ambassador.

Mosler will also communicate to Wharton ideas and best
practices regarding leadership development, key changes in industries,
and strategic direction of executive education. — Miranda Neubauer


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