HSBC Chief To Speak on the
Economic Power of Diversity

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Baruch has been repeatedly recognized for assembling the most diverse student body in American higher education. Nevertheless, Baruch students, on graduation, encounter a different situation at work.

Martin Glynn, president and CEO of HSBC Bank USA, will discuss the benefits and challenges of leading a diverse workforce at “HSBC: Ingredients of Building a Global Empire”, a presentation on Monday, October 4 at 6:00 PM.

The event will be held in the Newman Conference Center on the seventh floor of the Information and Technology Building at 151 East 25th Street.

Co-sponsored by the Golden Key Society and Sigma Alpha Delta, the evening students’ honor society, the event presents not only Glynn but also President Kathleen Waldron, John Elliott, dean of the Zicklin School of Business, Patricia Imbimbo, director of the Career Development Center, and Marilyn Kahn, director of the Executives-on-Campus program.

For more information, contact Carlos Coto, president of the Sigma Alpha Delta society, at ccoto@sigmabaruch.org.