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Clemson Intersect

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Building Partnerships

Preparing Students for the Global Economy

Clemson Intersect is a collaborative project between the College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences (CECAS), and the Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business to reinforce the relationship between business and the technical degree programs. Intersect logoThis new initiative aims to demonstrate how the disciplines connect and frequently overlap. It hopes to reinforce the need for partnership and teamwork to address challenges in the future. Key focus areas of the program include Business Analytics, Leadership, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, and Value Chain & Advanced Manufacturing.

"Our legacy should be created based on what we do for others, not on how much money we make or how many material things we acquire. We will never know the impact of the ripple effect of our actions and obedience if we sit on the sidelines as spectators."

- Manny Ohonme, President & CEO, Samaritan’s Feet

The business school’s Office of Career and Global Engagement and CECAS' Student Engagement are working together on developing the program. A speaker series will consist of professionals who will highlight trends and best practices from their organizations. Talks will also include how business, engineering, and computing work together to generate a global impact. The initiative will, eventually, expand to offer networking opportunities between students and speakers.

Upcoming Events: View more speaker details and register for Intersect events.


Collision Space: Where Business + Tech Meet

East PWCAllissa East
Partner/Principal
PWC, Cyber & Forensics Practice

Description

For over 15 years, Allissa East has assisted clients in determining their strategy and vision for the foundation of their information governance programs. Allissa holds a B.A. in English from Clemson University, many software vendor certifications, and is an AIIM Records Management Master.

VIDEO: Come learn about developing and combining your skills in business and technology, being a Tech Consultant, and getting the chance to travel the world while doing it all!

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Servant Leadership Keynote

Ohomne Samaritan's FeetManny Ohonme
President and CEO
Samaritan's Feet

Description

Entrepreneur Manny Ohonme is President and CEO of Samaritan’s Feet, a not-for-profit organization that has distributed over 7.5 million pairs of shoes in 108 countries and 420 US cities to the world’s neediest people. As a young man from Nigeria, Manny traveled to the US on a basketball scholarship and completed an advanced degree in economics, transportation, and logistics before embarking on a career in business and technology.

VIDEO: Please join us for the Servant Leadership Conference, which is focusing on the guiding principles and practices that empower employees, build better organizations, and ultimately create a more just, caring, and equitable world.

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Humane Innovation: Lessons Learned in Social Entrepreneurship

Ohomne Samaritan's FeetRandy Marsden
Health Technology Special Projects Manager
Apple, Inc.

Description

Randy Marsden is Health Technology Special Projects Manager at Apple Inc. He is an electrical engineer, social entrepreneur, and innovator of assistive technologies. Previous companies he co-founded include Swype, Inc. and Cleankeys, Inc. His work has spanned decades and has helped pioneer new ways of communication for people with physical and motor disabilities. Apple's QuickPath swipe texting is now available on all iPhone keyboards.