Statler Hall hosts USA Today CEO Forum

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Ken Chenault, Chairman & CEO of American Express

The Cornell School of Hotel Administration was delighted to host, in partnership with the Johnson School, the USA Today CEO Forum, featuring Ken Chenault, chairman & CEO, American Express, in the Statler Auditorium on Thursday, April 3rd. The Forum is presented on select university campuses and business schools in the U.S., and the Cornell SHA was excited to be among this prestigious group. The hour-long event included an interview conducted by USA TODAY reporter David Lieberman, followed by a question-and-answer session with the audience of over 700 students and leaders of the hospitality industry that were on campus for 83rd edition of Hotel Ezra Cornell.

Read more in the April 9th edition of USA Today (cover, Money section)

A limited number of print copies are also available in the Office of Communication Strategy at 174 Statler Hall.

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