|Special Visitors Make Fisher a Home for Economic Dialogue|
|Above: Federal Reserve chair Ben S. Bernanke (3rd from left) held a “Conversation on the Economy” at Fisher in November 2010 with (left to right) business leaders Curtis Moody, president and CEO, Moody•Nolan, Inc.; Samuel Palmisano, chairman of the board and CEO, IBM Corporation; (Bernanke); Dwight Smith, CEO, Sophisticated Systems; Alan Mulally, president and CEO, Ford Motor Company; and Jeni Britton Bauer, president, Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams.
Below: Speaking to Fisher students were (left to right) Limited Brands’ founder, chair, and CEO Leslie H. Wexner; JPMorgan Chase chair and CEO Jamie Dimon; Ohio Governor John Kasich, and Interim Chief Investment Officer and President of Job Ohio Mark Kvamme.
Lexi Merritt, an undergraduate student in the Honors Cohort, presented Federal Reserve chair Ben S. Bernanke with a Fisher bookmark after he paid a surprise visit to the class.
Ohio Congressman Steve Stivers (MBA ’96) convened the Jobs Forum at Fisher in May 2011. The event brought together central Ohio business leaders, many of whom are Fisher alumni, to discuss job and economic growth in the region and how the federal government can assist Ohio.
Former U.S. Senator Paul Sarbanes, coauthor of the landmark Sarbanes-Oxley Act, which overhauled federal oversight of public companies, spoke with Fisher students in April 2011.