O’Donnell to speak at January Foundation Breakfast

 Huntington, Ind.— Jim O’Donnell, associate professor of business and executive-in-residence at Huntington College, will present, “2005 Economic Forecast,” at the Huntington College Foundation Breakfast Series on Wednesday, January 12, 2005. O’Donnell was an executive with a national mutual fund company prior to teaching at Huntington, and since then, his annual economic prognostication has become a Breakfast Series favorite.

The public is cordially invited to attend. The breakfast will begin at 7:45 a.m. in the Habecker Dining Commons and conclude by 9:00 a.m. The cost of the breakfast is $6.00. First time attendees to the breakfast series eat free. Breakfast meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month, September through May. For more information, please contact the Huntington College foundation at (260) 359-4066 or by email at hcfoundation@huntington.edu.

O’Donnell received his undergraduate degree from Brown University and his MBA from Columbia University. Professor O'Donnell is a certified public accountant and served many years as an executive in the financial services industry with such firms as Fidelity Investments and the Dreyfus Corporation in Boston and New York, respectively.
Huntington College is a comprehensive Christian college of the liberal arts offering graduate and undergraduate programs in more than 70 academic concentrations. Following a decade of growth and development, Huntington College will become Huntington University in mid-2005. U.S.News & World Report ranks Huntington among the top comprehensive colleges in the Midwest. Founded in 1897 by the Church of the United Brethren in Christ, Huntington College is located on a contemporary, lakeside campus in northeast Indiana. Huntington is a member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU) and was named one of the 50 best Christian places to work by Christianity Today magazine.


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