The Gruenberg Society at Saint Louis University's John Cook School for Business will host Creating Your Unique Personal Brand Thursday, Nov. 3, at John and Lucy Cook Hall, 3674 Lindell Blvd. at Spring.
The event, presented by Fifth Third Bank, is free and open to the public however registrations are required.
The evening begins with a panel discussion at 5:30 p.m. in the Anheuser-Busch Auditorium followed by cocktails and networking at 6:30 p.m. in the Cook Hall Atrium.
The panel discussion will focus on how creating a personalized brand gives you the power to control how you are perceived by colleagues, executives and competitors, and how to market yourself for success.
Guest panelists include Ed and Ann Marie Mayuga of AMM Communications and Ali Kindle of Rung.
To register for Creating Your Unique Personal Brand, visit alumni.slu.edu/gsfall11 or call (314) 977-4103.
About the Gruenberg Society: Named in honor of Gladys Gruenberg, Ph.D., (the first tenured female faculty member at the business school), the society provides networking, professional development and social event opportunities for John Cook School of Business alumnae and local business women.
Its financial goal is to establish and support an endowed chair and professorship in the name of Dr. Gladys Gruenberg. To make a gift in support of the Gladys Wallerman Gruenberg Fund, visit giving.slu.edu/CookSchoolofBusiness and select the Gruenberg Society as your fund choice or call Ted Cox at (314) 977-2064.