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The Old Dominion University Economics Club of Hampton Roads has announced its 2002-03 speaker series schedule and appointed new officers and board members for the upcoming year.

The new officers are: chairwoman, Old Dominion President Roseann Runte; president, retired Cox Communications vice president of public affairs and community programming Irvine Hill; and executive director and treasurer, Interim Dean of the College of Business and Public Administration Bruce Rubin.

The following new board members were also appointed: Michael S. Ives, SouthTrust Bank; Page Lea, Capes Capital Management; Bruce Nave, SunTrust Bank; Gary M. Philbin, Dollar Tree Stores; Owen Pickett, former U.S. Congressman; C. Edward Russell Jr., Kaufman and Canoles; and Steven E. Winter, Edgewater Asset Management.

International money laundering and associated financial crimes investigator John Moynihan will launch the 2002-03 speaker series with a luncheon talk Friday, Sept. 13. An Old Dominion alumnus, Moynihan has appeared on Fox News Channel and CNN and has testified before Congress.

Other scheduled luncheon speakers and dates are:
Oct. 25 - Robert Tedeschi, New York Times technology columnist;
Nov. 13 - Frank Cappiello, president, McCullough, Andrews & Cappiello;
Dec. 9 - Henry Aaron, senior fellow, Brookings Institution;
Jan. 15 - Economic Outlook Conference with Mark Zandi, economist, Regional Financial Association;
Feb. 5 - David Bernd, CEO, Sentara Healthcare;
March - TBA
April (TBD) - Werner DeBondt, professor of finance, University of Wisconsin; and
May 14 - Michael R. Young, attorney, Wilkie, Farr & Gallagher, NYC.

Co-sponsored by Old Dominion's College of Business and Public Administration, the luncheons will begin at noon and cost $30 for nonmembers. Luncheons will be held at the Sheraton Waterside Hotel in downtown Norfolk, with the exception of the Dec. 9 and Feb. 5 talks. Those luncheons will be held at the new Constant Convocation Center on the Old Dominion University campus. Due to limited space, reservations are required for all luncheons.

For more information or to make reservations, call 683-4058.

This article was posted on: August 9, 2002

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