Bertolon School of Business presents Julie Palen '89 at the Agganis Forum

Bertolon School of Business presents Julie Palen '89 at the Agganis Forum

The Bertolon School of Business proudly presents 

JULIE PALEN ’89
Entrepreneur and Business Leader at the Agganis Forum

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2012 AT 6 PM
RECITAL HALL, CENTRAL CAMPUS (71 Loring Avenue, Salem)

Seating is limited—reservations required
RSVP by October 16, 2012 to
Maria Rodriguez at 978.542.2426 or mrodriguez@salemstate.edu

“My Wild Ride from Entrepreneur to Taking the Company Public:
How I Started, What I Learned and What You Need To Know.”—Julie Palen ’89

Salem State University’s annual forum for entrepreneurial business leaders welcomes Julie Palen ’89, back to her alma mater. Palen will share her journey from entrepreneur to taking her company public, a story that includes a sky diving accident, cross country travel and evolving from nanny to president of a multi-million dollar company now gone public. The founder and former CEO of Internoded Inc., Palen sold the custom software development firm to Tangoe, where she is now senior vice president of business development and mobile device management. A frequent speaker at women entrepreneur events, Palen has been honored as one of the leading women entrepreneurs in the world and was recognized as having one of the top 100 women-led businesses in Massachusetts. Palen holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Salem State and currently sits on the board of advisors at the Bertolon School of Business at the university.

Join us for an evening of entrepreneurial inspiration with one the region’s most successful businesswomen.

The Agganis Forum is made possible with funding from the Michael Agganis Entrepreneurship Fund established by Madeline A. ’79 and Michael J. Agganis ’66 for the benefit of the Bertolon School of Business at Salem State University.

Salem State University’s Bertolon School of Business instills in its undergraduate and graduate business majors the development of strong business skills, sound ethics and a global world view. As Salem State’s largest undergraduate major, it attracts students—and faculty with diverse specialties—from across the region and throughout the world. The Bertolon School of Business, which stands at the threshold AACSB accreditation, offers bachelor’s degrees in business administration, accounting and finance, management, and marketing and decision sciences. The graduate program offers a master of business administration degree along with several certificate programs.

The event will be held in Salem State University’s recital hall on Central Campus (Bertolon School of Business, 71 Loring Avenue, Salem). Directions and a campus map can be found at salemstate.edu/maps.

There is no charge for the event, but seating is limited and reservations are required. 
Please contact Maria Rodriguez at mrodriguez@salemstate.edu or 978.542.2426 by October 16 to reserve your place. 

Wednesday, October 24, 2012, 6:00 PM
Central Campus (Bertolon School of Business, 71 Loring Avenue, Salem)

Contact Maria Rodriguez

Special Instructions Maria Rodriguez at mrodriguez@salemstate.edu or 978.542.2426 by OCTOBER 16 to reserve your place.