ESU has partnered with Crayola in the development of a Crayola Executive Lecture Series, beginning in the Fall 2021 semester.
This lecture series offers students an opportunity to learn more about the career options, business challenges, life experiences and educational opportunities of its guests.
Fall 2021 speakers will include:
The Crayola Executive Lecture Series is free and open to members of the public.
Mr. Rich Wuerthele, CEO of Crayola, LLC, will visit ESU as the first keynote speaker of ESU's Crayola Executive Lecture Series.
Mr. Wuerthele visits ESU's J.H. & M.E. Beers Lecture Hall on Thursday, September 30 from 2 p.m. - 4 p.m. There is no cost, and the public is welcome.
Mr. Wuerthele joined Crayola in January 2020 after a successful career with Newell Rubbermaid where he was the CEO of their Home Fragrance portfolio including the Yankee Candle brand.
Crayola LLC, based in Easton, Pa. and a business of Hallmark Cards, Inc., is the worldwide leader in children’s creative expression products. Known for the iconic Crayola Crayon first introduced in 1903, the Crayola brand has grown into a portfolio of art tools, crafting activities and creativity toys that offer children innovative ways to use color to create everything imaginable. Consumers can find the wide array of Crayola products in the “Crayola Aisle” at all major retailers.
For assistance or special accommodations, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (570) 422-3589. Accommodations may include, but are not limited to, services for physical, cognitive, visual or auditory assistance.
The Crayola Executive Lecture Series is a program of the ESU's College of Business and Management residential college. Through the residential college, students become an integral member of their community through their interactions with their peers, taking courses together, studying in groups, working in teams, and bridging the classroom experience by taking the learning to conversations over dinner with faculty and attending presentations by guest speakers, participating in community service, engaging in professional development workshops, and utilizing campus resources that are made available to their Residential College.
For more information about the COBM residential college, contact Dr. Sylvester Williams, dean of the College of Business and Management.