Joyce Hergenhan’s professional career was filled with firsts. The young woman who graduated from Syracuse University in 1963 advanced quickly in her career, first in journalism and then corporate communications, often the first female in executive positions. She rose quickly…
GET Speaker Series: The Importance of a Liberal Arts Education
Tommie Williams, vice president of JPMorgan Chase’s Corporate Technology and Operations will talk about her career progression and discuss how she leveraged her liberal arts education in technology and operations leadership roles in a Global Enterprise and Technology (GET) Speaker Series event Nov. 9.
Williams will highlight the critical points of her career to help students better understand how to recognize opportunities and make sound career choices.
She received her B.A. in political science from Howard University and an M.B.A. from the Simon School of Business at the University of Rochester.
The talk will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 9, at noon in the Katzer Room (347) in Hinds Hall. The talk is free and open to all Syracuse University community members.
Contact Person: J.D. Ross
School of Information Studies