Susana de Sola Funsten makes donation to the INCAE MBA Oath Club in the name of her father and Founder of INCAE Francisco de Sola20.11.13 InstitutionalRead more...
Dr. Susana de Sola Funsten—daughter of Francisco de Sola for whom INCAE's Nicaraguan campus is named—has made a gift to the INCAE MBA Oath Club in memory of her father. Discussing the gift, Dr. Funsten said, "I believe my father would have loved the idea of an oath club at INCAE dedicated to raising awareness about ethical issues in business. My father was deeply concerned about ethical issues and about the role of businessmen as civic leaders working for the wellbeing of their society. In fact, these are some of the reasons that inspired him to help start INCAE and to support it so vigorously. I think he would be proud to see this club form and grow at INCAE, and I wanted to give this gift in his memory and for what he stood for and believed in."
The Miller Center hosted a forum on President John F. Kennedy's foreign policy in Latin America on Monday in light of the upcoming 50-year anniversary of the Kennedy assassination.
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