Three new professionals are joining the Black School of Business’ Executive in Residence (EIR) program.
- Jane Amend, executive director of global category demand planning for The Estée Lauder Companies, has more than twenty years of experience in demand planning. She will work closely with the Project and Supply Chain Management program.
- Janel Bonsell, CPA, CFE, CFF, is director of human resources for the Erie accounting firm of Schaffner Knight Minnaugh & Co., where she is also a firm principal. She will work with the Accounting program.
- Christopher A. Elwell is a Certified Public Accountant and partner in Erie’s Maloney, Reed, Scarpitti & Company, where he specializes in tax consulting, compliance, and preparation of tax returns. He will also work with the Accounting program.
These three join five returning EIRs this fall: Steven D. Bugajski, CIO, U. S. Steel; Matthew MacBeth, founder, Guidant Venture Studio; Eugene Natali, CEO and founder, Troutwood; Jeremy O’Mard, managing consultant, IBM Global Business Services; and Jeff Stempka, brand manager, Gibson USA & Custom.