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Lebanon Valley College Welcomes Former Baltimore Colt Joe Ehrmann for April 23 Event
04.21.14 |
 Lebanon Valley College hosts former Baltimore Colt and NFL All-Pro athlete Joe Ehrmann on April 23 at 7 p.m. in Miller Chapel to speak about transformational leadership. Ehrmann's program is open to the public; all LVC MBA alumni are invited to attend a reception prior to the event from 5:30-6:45 p.m. in the Neidig Garber Science Center Atrium. LVC alumni should register for the reception and event online at connect.lvc.edu/MBA-event by April 16; community guests should register for the speaker at ehrmann-at-lvc.eventbrite.com.

Ehrmann, a decorated athlete and memorable coach, is an inspirational, dynamic speaker and seminar leader who works with corporate, civic, and community organizations and associations to promote growth, teamwork, effectiveness, and individual responsibility. His approach to this work is grounded in the lessons and experiences of his own remarkable life and the profound impact he has had on others. Working for the past 30 years as an elite athlete, educator, motivator, coach, and professional speaker, Ehrmann has helped to develop leaders who strive to be their best – personally, professionally, and relationally.

Ehrmann attended Syracuse University where he was an All-American football player and lettered lacrosse player. He was named to Syracuse University's All-Century Football Team and received the Arents Award, the most distinguished alumni honor for his contributions to society. He went on to play professional football for 13 years with the Baltimore Colts. With his wife, Ehrmann founded several community-based organizations, including The Door, which addresses issues of poverty, systemic racism, and social justice; Building Men and Women for Others (BMWO), which addresses issues of masculinity, femininity, and violence; and Baltimore's Ronald McDonald House, which has served more than 35,000 families from all over the world.

Ehrmann's presentation is sponsored by Lebanon Valley College's MBA program. LVC's MBA program is designed for working adults in the greater Harrisburg, Hershey, Lancaster, and Lebanon areas interested in graduate business education. The 12-course (36-credit) part-time evening MBA program is classroom-based, leveraging the experiences of faculty and peers to enhance learning. For more information, visit www.lvc.edu/mba.


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