Ask Me Anything

Ask Me Anything

Ask Me Anything - Industry Expert Series

“Ask Me Anything”

Industry Expertise   |   Networking  |  Leadership and Career Development

Industry experts join MBA and MSF students in small-group virtual settings to discuss career paths, successes and lessons learned, and today’s most interesting opportunities.

Each of these sessions is being delivered as a collaboration between the Graduate Business Studies Office and RGSAAB (Rohrer Graduate Student and Alumni Advisory Board).

To request a seat in one of these virtual sessions, please reach out to Jason Salvatore, our Graduate Business Program Coordinator, via

If you would like to offer to join us as an industry expert at a future Ask Me Anything session, please contact Jennifer Maden, Assistant Dean and Director of Graduate Studies at 


Preparing and Participating in "Ask Me Anything" Sessions

During each of the 1-hour Ask Me Anything sessions, our moderators will pitch 3-4 questions during the first 5-10 minutes, then the remainder of the time will be open Q&A and dialogue with our student participants.

These sessions are intended to be interactive, engaging, and conversational. This is not a webinar! Your camera will be on, you will be part of the discussion, and your participation will help drive the direction of the conversation.

All participants will spend 45 minutes of advance planning prior to the session. You should expect to spend 20-30 minutes doing some research on the invited speaker and their firm and/or industry. The student leader facilitators for each session will connect with participants in advance of the session so that the group can share ideas on priority questions, and encourage everyone to connect via LinkedIn to further the networking and relationship building aspects of the series.

We see this as a great opportunity for our MBA and MS Finance students to build knowledge while also expanding and deepening their professional networks. We are excited to see this new initiative launch!



Mark Wehrle, MBA

Senior Manager, Information Risk  |  Campbell Soup Company

Wednesday, March 23rd at 5:15 pm

Mark Wehrle is a Rowan MBA Alumnus with 10+ years of experience across the technology industry, holding roles in areas such as Higher Education Multimedia, Information Technology Auditing, IT Consulting and Information Risk Management. Currently, he is a Senior Manager for Information Risk with the Campbell Soup Company. Mark is a passionate manager who encourages and empowers the team he manages to meet their potential in the auditing and technology space. He has experince managing large, global projects, performing project management activities, coordination of international teams, supervision of resources, monitoring of third-party vendors, status reporting, and project closing procedures. During his time working for Deloitte, he had a pivotal role with designing risk management frameworks, developing sales processes for the implementation of technology and determining key performance indicators at all levels. Mark has utilized his MBA to support his career growth and professional path and is looking forward to giving back to current Rowan MBA students by detailing how the MBA has helped him in his industry.

This AMA session will be facilitated by:

  • Lauren Kirk, MBA candidate for May 2022 and VP of Portfolio Managemnt at WSFS


Arturo Osorio, Ph.D.

Associate Professor - Entrepreneurship  |  Rutgers University - Newark


Thursday, April 7, 2022 at 5:30 pm

Arturo Osorio​ serves as Board member of the Statewide Hispanic Chamber of Commerce for New Jersey, the largest chamber in the state which acts as the voice for more than 120,000 Latino businesses contributing more than $20 billion to the New Jersey economy. Arturo is also a business professor at Rutgers University - Newark, with over 12 years of experience in working in the departments of management and global business doing research in entrepreneurship. He is a member of the Rutgers Newark Chancellor’s Commission on Diversity and Transformation, a Senior Fellow at the Cornwall Center for Metropolitan Studies, a Fellow at The Center for Urban Entrepreneurship & Economic Development (CUEED), fellow at Rutgers Business School Public Private Community Partnership Program, and advisor to several student organizations. Arturo is a believer in the power of entrepreneurship and small businesses and how they can bring societal change. He has authored numerous reports, edited books, book chapters, and articles on topics such as urban business clusters, urban food security, and urban renewal. Additionally, Arturo is an international speaker, with guest speaking appears on NPR and Latin-American TV, and has been an invited speaker at NJ-Small Business Development Centers, Harvard Kennedy School of Public Policy, and the Universidad de San Andres, in Argentina. He has organized and participated in several international events and conferences in urban entrepreneurship and food security. Arturo holds an MBA and Ph.D. in Business Strategy & Organizations from the University of Massachusetts - Amherst.

This AMA session will be facilitated by:

  • Lauren Kirk, MBA candidate for May 2022 and VP of Portfolio Managemnt at WSFS