Business School Names Member of Executive in Residence Program
The John Cook School of Business at Saint Louis University has announced the appointment of Kathy Cramer, Ph.D., to the Executive in Residence program.
|Kathy Cramer, Ph.D.|
As the founder and managing partner of The Cramer Institute in St. Louis, she brings more than 25 years of experience in executive training and development to this new position with the Cook School. A Saint Louis University alumna and Cook School Executive Advisory Board member, Cramer will be developing a first of its kind executive education program.
Scott Safranski, Ph.D., interim dean of the Cook School, said that Cramer will use her expertise in executive development to further expand the school's executive education program, which is designed to provide ongoing education opportunities for business leaders.
"Kathy is a dynamic and well-respected member of the community and has a strong history with the Cook School," said Safranski. "Welcoming her to this role is the first step in the development of our executive education program, which we plan to grow in the coming years."
"The John Cook School of Business is an important institution both locally and globally with a strong network of alumni and faculty," said Cramer. "As part of my work with the Cook School, I plan to continue to growing that network by offering ongoing opportunities for business professionals so they, and their companies, can reap the benefits of an education at Saint Louis University."
Cramer is an accomplished speaker, trainer, executive consultant, author of six books on the topic of asset-based thinking, has received national media recognition and has produced two films on stress, one of which received an Emmy Award.