Whitton Series Will Focus on How Technology Affects the Financial Sector
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Whitton Series Will Focus on How Technology Affects the Financial Sector

March 14, 2018

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bullet point The event be held on April 3 from 11 a.m.-12:15 p.m. in Whitton Auditorium of Carroll Hall.
bullet point Sponsored by Elaine Whitton Davis and the College of Business Administration, the Whitton Speaker Series offers support and free access to current state-of-the-art knowledge relevant to business practice.

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ROCK HILL, SOUTH CAROLINA — Winthrop University's 2018 Whitton Speaker Series will feature a seven-person panel discussion that will focus on how technology enhances the financial sector.

The April 3 event will feature panelists Ramy Serageldin, the chief executive officer of Honeyfi; Walt Frye, executive director of the Charlotte Regional Fund for Entrepreneurship and a former banking executive; Justin Witz, chief executive officer of Catapult and internet technology director of FRA PlanTools; Aubrey Hawes, financial technology leader of Oracle; Jessie Dennen, advisor with PCI Pal and multi-time successful tech entrepreneur; Mark Brinton, digital development manager at Movement Mortgage; and Darrell Jones, vice president of business partnerships at Tech Talent South.

The event, which will be held on April 3 from 11 a.m.-12:15 p.m. in Whitton Auditorium of Carroll Hall, will be moderated by Philip Gibson, assistant professor of finance, and Nicki Washington, associate professor of computer science.

Sponsored by Elaine Whitton Davis and the College of Business Administration, the Whitton Speaker Series offers support and free access to current state-of-the-art knowledge relevant to business practice.

Register online for the 2018 Whitton Speaker Series, which is free and open to the public.

For more information, contact Celeste Tiller '01, '04, director of external relations and the Institute of Management, at tillerc@winthrop.edu or 803/323-2504.


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