The Hultberg Lectureship Series, an event that features successful women alumni from UND sharing their professional experiences with the University community, is set for 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 5, in the Gorecki Alumni Center Gransberg Community Room.
The Hultberg Lectureship Series was established 25 years ago with a gift through the UND Foundation by Clara E. Hultberg in memory of her parents Hans and Suzanne Hultberg.
Clara Hultberg was a 1928 UND Graduate, her interests where in stimulating challenges and opportunities for students in business. Each year, successful women alumni from UND bring their professional experiences to the University community through this unique event.
The event includes classroom visitations during the day, and a panel discussion: “Why You Should Write Your Future in Pencil.”
All the women play a vital role in the business world as well as leading philanthropic lifestyles through volunteer work and a commitment to bettering their communities and society.
The Hultberg Lectureship Series has hosted more than 100 successful UND female alumni. This event highlights the Universities commitment to diversity and the promotion of women in the workplace.
Guest Speakers include:
- Shawn Deisz, CPA, CGMA, 1980 UND graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, and her MBA in 1996. Manager of Accounting for Basin Electric Power Cooperative. Currently resides in Bismarck.
- Jules Kotrba, 2007 UND graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing and minors in International Business and Chinese Studies. Sr. Business Partner for Target Corporation. Currently resides in Minneapolis.
- Terri Zimmerman, 1985 UND graduate with a Bachelor’s in Accountancy. COO and CFO for Packet Digital, LLC. Currently resides in Fargo.
- Amanda Bentow, 2004 UND graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing and Management, and her MBA in 2006. Community Relations Officer, University of North Dakota. Currently resides in Grand Forks.
Laura Dvorak, director of External Relations
College of Business and Public Administration
University of North Dakota