The W.A. Franke College of Business Pathways Highlights

HRM Pathway for Isbell Ethics Executive Speaker:

Dorothy Stingley, a McDonald’s owner/operator of 16 Phoenix area restaurants with over 30 years of working with leaders, managers and teams shared an enthusiastic discussion on business ethics with 40+ HRM students. Mrs. Stingley is also a leader in the Women Operators Network (W.O.N.) as their President and a philanthropist with 30 + years of support to the Hunger Project, Ronald McDonald House Charities and the McDonald’s National Scholarship Program.

HRM Pathways — Hospitality Bridging Health (H2H) Week:

#1- Mario Alcantar (’01) with Kaiser Healthcare in CA as Director of Ancillary Services and Jin Lee (’19) with North Country Healthcare in Flagstaff, AZ as their Talent Integration Assistant shared their background in hospitality and transition to the Health industry. They also discussed similarities and differences between the two industries and possible career advancement within healthcare as an HRM grad.

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The W.A. Franke College of Business

The W.A. Franke College of Business

Northern Arizona University’s Franke College of Business.