The University of Richmond Robins School of Business’ Executive Speaker Series (RESS) invites national and international business leaders to give keynote speeches on campus.

Spring 2017 program speakers include:

Greg Grilliot, Jan. 24

Grilliot is the general manager of Amazon’s fulfillment center in Petersburg, Va., which he helped open in 2012. Before joining Amazon, Grilliot led the teams that developed vehicle communication technology, including OnStar and Ford SYNC.

Marc Randolph, Feb. 22

Randolph is the co-founder of Netflix and has served as the company’s founding CEO, executive producer and member of the board of directors. Randolph has also been a founder, advisor and investor to dozens of other successful start-ups and technology ventures.

Loretta Mester, Mar. 21

Mester is president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. Mester helps develop U.S. monetary policy and oversees nearly 1,000 employees in three major cities who conduct economic research, supervise banking institutions and provide payment services to commercial banks and the federal government.

All RESS lectures take place at 6 p.m. in the Robins School of Business, Queally Hall, Ukrop Auditorium. Events are free and open to the public, but registration is required. A reception will follow each lecture. Speakers also participate in roundtable discussions with students during their visit to campus.

This series is funded in part by a grant given by the Manville Foundation for Private Enterprise.

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