Marywood University Hosts Business Forum Highlighting Amos Rogers III- April 20

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Marywood University’s Business and Managerial Science Program and Net Impact NEPA present their annual Forum on Business Ethics, Leadership & Corporate Social Responsibility on Tuesday, April 20 starting at 5 p.m. in the Latour Room, Nazareth Student Center.The forum will highlight Amos Rogers III, Senior Portfolio Manager and a Managing Director of The Tuckerman Group/State Street Global Advisors. He will discuss the economic environment of the commercial real estate market and general lessons for business leaders and MBA students.

Mr. Rogers is a graduate of Abington Heights High School in Clarks Summit and received his Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Management from Clarkson College. Subsequently, Mr. Rogers worked in the petrochemical engineering field and later as part of a start-up firm in the computer-aided manufacturing industry. Mr. Rogers attended the MIT Sloan School of Management where he received a Master of Science degree in Management with a concentration in real estate finance. He served as a Vice President with Citicorp Real Estate in New York where he worked in the commercial real estate banking, asset work-out, and investment banking groups. Mr. Rogers returned to Boston to join Pioneer Investments as Chief Operating Officer for Pioneer Real Estate, a real estate private equity investment firm.

Mr. Rogers is currently a Managing Director and Partner with The Tuckerman Group, a real estate investment joint venture with State Street Global Advisors. Mr. Rogers is the portfolio manager for State Street’s publicly traded real estate securities funds and is responsible for approximately $4 Billion in client assets under management. He has been quoted in various industry publications including the Wall Street Journal and has appeared on CNBC’s Opening Bell, Power Lunch and Closing Bell programs to comment on the real estate industry. This forum is free and open to the public.

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