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On Thursday, April 2, at 8:00 p.m. in room 111 in the Park Center for Business and Sustainable Enterprise, Ithaca College alumnus Kevin Groman '92 will return to campus to speak about his work leading three Fortune 1000 companies to become both more sustainable and more profitable. Groman's presentation is titled "The Road to and beyond an IPO and an Economic Recession: Lessons of Leadership, Sustainability, and Profitability."

Groman, a seasoned, trusted business executive, has advised three Fortune 1000 public companies, leading them through adversity, transitions, initial public offerings (IPOs), major disputes and litigation, mergers and acquisitions, ethical issues, sustainability, compliance, corporate governance, and growth.

He has served in many legal capacities, currently as senior vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary for RSC Equipment Rental. He has also overseen other functional areas, such as safety, environmental, risk management, real estate, construction, and human resources.

Groman has been a frequent speaker and panelist on a variety of topics including securities, litigation, corporate governance, ethics, risk management, mentoring, and motivational speaking.

This Sustainability Speaker Series is sponsored by the School of Business Sustainability Committee and Sustainability at Ithaca.

This event is free and open to the public.

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