Women in Business Leadership Panel: Elevating Entrepreneurship

Women in Business Leadership Panel and Networking Event featuring top female leaders and UD alumni entrepreneurs/executives. Leaders in their fields will join University of Dallas students, faculty and alumni, and UD Partners for lunch and discussion.


Jasmin Adams, Business and English Major at University of Dallas, Independent Business Owner of Smudgies, LLC.

Jennifer Chandler, MBA ‘04 Managing Director, Sales Performance Executive, Dallas Market President at Bank of America 

Catherine Pullen, MBA ‘85, Corporate Managing Director at Savills North America


Gail Warrior Suchy, MBA ‘99, CEO at CASPR Group

Free + Open to UD students, alumni, and UD Corporate & Community Partners. Seating is limited. Please RSVP beforehand.

Questions? Email Rebecca Almanza at ralmanza@udallas.edu

Thursday, October 24, 2019 at 11:00am to 1:00pm

SB Hall, Multipurpose Room (122)
2925 Gorman Dr, Irving, TX 75062

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Patricia Feager

Patricia Feager left a positive review 10/23/2019

Jasmine was perfect for the panel. In the future, I'd like to see more self-employed entrepreneurs talk about how difficult it was for them to walk in the trenches after graduation before achieving success. Graduation, doesn't guarantee success. I know this for a fact. The Company where I worked (where I believed I was getting a promotion) during the Capstone program, terminated my employment and 14,000 employees two months prior to graduation. I found myself without a job, in the home stretch for graduation in December 2002, and a mortgage hanging over my head. I became a Realtor as a temporary fix until the real job came along. I6+ years later, I never did another Corporate job and I'm still a self-employed business owner in Real Estate. Thanks to UD, I learned to persevere with determination and to hold my head high through tough times while still facing student loans. Otherwise, the panel discussion was great but students need to know, what they are learning now is education for life and not always for their chosen degree program.

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