SPC Debut Executives in Residence Week from September 24 – 28

Jersey CitySaint Peter’s College debut Executives in Residence Week from Monday, September 24 to Friday, September 28 at the Jersey City campus.  The College will bring senior business executives to the campus to engage graduate students, members of the College community and guests in discussions about emerging risk strategies.


Each executive will address risk topics affecting the global business marketplace, including discussions on individual risk decisions and cumulative impact, intellectual property protection in a Global Market, horizon and internal exposures, the Energy Sector and global demand risk, and bond rating integration of ERM principals.


Executives in Residence Week is a great opportunity to incorporate first hand corporate experience into the classroom with executives, students and community members,” said Jack Hampton, KPMG Professor and Director of Graduate Business Programs. 


John Farrell, National Lead Partner for Risk KPMG, and Nawal Roy, Vice President of Moody’s Investor Services led the discussion on Monday, September 24.  Vincent Tizzio, President of AIG Small Business, and Sean M. Patwell, Director of Jamison Special Risks, led the discussion on Tuesday, September 25.  Mark G. Kahrer ‘83, Vice President of Finance of PSE&G, assembled a team of executives to lead the discussion on Wednesday, September 26.  Ralph Russo ‘70, President & CEO of Strategic Polymer Sciences Inc., formerly of Nortel Networks and Apple Computer, led the discussion about Entrepreneurial Risk on Thursday, September 27.   Anthony Terracciano ’60, veteran banking executive, addressed topics including risk language and investments in risk management on Friday, September 28.


For more information, please contact Leah Leto at 201.761.6110 or or Joe Shea at 201.761.6113 or    


Saint Peter’s College is the Jesuit College of New Jersey.  Founded in 1872, Saint Peter’s has an enrollment of approximately 3,000 students in undergraduate and graduate programs.  The main campus is located in Jersey City. The College has a branch campus for adults in Englewood Cliffs and also offers courses at various corporate sites at the Jersey City waterfront and in South Amboy.