Atlanta, GA, February 21, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Join the Charleston School of Business Club for an evening of networking, cocktails and heavy hors d'oeuvres, featuring Taylor Glover, President & CEO of Turner Enterprises, Inc.
The evening will begin with networking, followed by an introduction by George Benson, the President of the College of Charleston, followed by the main event, a presentation by Mr. Glover. Glover will provide insight into his career at Merrill Lynch and Turner, leadership tips and more.
This event will be held at Buckhead Club on Thursday, March 13, 2014, 6-8 p.m. Buckhead Club is located at 3344 Peachtree Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30326. Registration for the event is $40 per person. Parking will be validated for those registered for the event (valet is not validated). You may register online by going to http://go.cofc.edu/taylorglover.
About Taylor Glover
Taylor Glover is President and Chief Executive Officer of Turner Enterprises, Inc. (TEI). In this capacity, he oversees TEI’s landholdings, financial investments and business interests, including Ted’s Montana Grill. Additionally, Glover works closely with Turner’s philanthropic and charitable organizations, which include the United Nations Foundation, Nuclear Threat Initiative and the Turner Foundation.
Prior to joining TEI, Glover was senior Vice President of the Private Client Group at Merrill Lynch, where he retired after nearly 30 years.
About Charleston School of Business Club
The Charleston School of Business Club is an organization comprised of individuals having a vested interest in the College of Charleston School of Business. Our purpose is to broaden our professional network while supporting the School of Business through the following:
· Building professional relationships among alumni, friends, family and supporters of the School of Business.
· Enhancing the sense of pride in the School of Business and helping to promote and meet its needs in the Atlanta community.
· Creating a forum for members to heighten their professional knowledge base.