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CBS Senior Vice President Hazel-Ann Mayers called on Mount St. Mary’s seniors to be ethical members of the business world in her guest speech at the university’s annual Ethics Pledge Signing on Apr. 16.  Mayers, who also acts as CBS’ Assistant General Counsel, Litigation and Chief Compliance Officer, discussed the role of ethics in the modern workplace and talked about her own experience of maintaining authenticity in the corporate world.

“I stand before you today as someone who works in corporate America, can sleep at night and still look in the mirror and like what she sees,” Mayers said.

The speech was a part of the Richard J Bolte, Sr. School of Business’ Ethics Pledge event, held in Knott Auditorium. This year’s version marked the first time that seniors of all undergraduate majors, not just business, were allowed to read and sign the pledge.

Speakers included Provost David Rehm., Dean of the School of Business Karl Einolf, senior student Lauren Brown and Mayers. Each offered students advice for becoming responsible and productive members of the business world.

Mayers spent much of her speech reinforcing the need for individuality, and shared that, for a long time in her career, she felt that she couldn’t be “authentic Hazel.” She credits a mentor with encouraging her to be herself.

“As you enter your professional lives, you need to be comfortable being just you,” she said.

The guest speaker explained that her job involves reviewing allegations of company violations, disciplining employees and making changes to ethical procedures. Mayers believes that one can still be ethical in the modern workplace by navigating challenges properly.

“I am still very much Hazel-Ann, the little girl who grew up in Brooklyn and Queens, the first generation daughter of immigrants from Barbados,” she said.

After Mayers finished her presentation Brown led the senior class in reading the ethics pledge. Seniors were invited to sign the pledge and received a pen for their commitment to ethics.

 

Terry McCuneTerry McCune was recently named Assistant Director of Graduate and Adult Business Programs.  While assuming the responsibilities as the Assistant Director Terry continues to work as a Lecturer in the MBA program at Mount St Mary’s University’s Frederick Campus.  Dean of the Bolte School of Business Karl Einolf had these words to share about Terry’s recent appointment, “Terry brings a passion for higher education and a wealth of experience to his new position.  He has done an exceptional job developing our programs in government contracting, and in his new role he will help to grow our graduate and adult business programs in Frederick. We are delighted to have him as a member of our Frederick team!”

Terry obtained his undergraduate degree in Health Care Management from Park University and Master of Science degree in Contracts and Acquisition Management from Florida Institute of Technology.  Following 24 years of military service, he worked in the Defense contracting industry and in the Federal Government as a civilian. As a Contracting Branch Chief at Fort Detrick, he developed contracting courses through a partnership agreement with the U. S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command and Mount St. Mary's University.

In November 2012 the Mount and Fort Detrick signed a two-year agreement for him to review Fort Detrick’s contract documents for statutory and regulatory compliance and develop training to correct negative trends. He also was a voting member of Fort Detrick's Contract Review Board to evaluate acquisition strategies, solicitations and contract documents for complex, high dollar acquisitions. During this time, he developed a Graduate Certificate in Government Contracting through the Mount. Following the course development, in addition to teaching, he obtained accreditation for the courses with the Department of Defense.

 
Cyd Maubert, lecturer in marketing, was recently named director of the Master of Health Administration (MHA) program. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Tennessee, received her master of business administration from Virginia Tech, and is currently a Ph.D. candidate at Walden University.

Professor Cyd MaubertWhen asked what she is most excited about with her position as MHA Director, Professor Maubert replied, “I am truly excited to help our students reach their academic and professional goals. Given the tumultuous changes in the healthcare industry, now more than ever, it is important for healthcare professionals to have the knowledge and skills necessary for this growing and competitive field. The Mount’s MHA program is designed for working adults to not only earn their MHA degree in two years, but also earn their Lean Six Sigma green belt certification without having to take time off from work.” 

Karl Einolf, dean of the Bolte School of Business, said, “Cyd has the experience and passion to take our MHA Program to a new level of excellence. She's been a faculty member in the program since its inception, and she understands the opportunities and challenges that face the health care industry today. She's hit the ground running by making significant improvements to our recruitment and marketing efforts. She will be a strong leader in health administration education.” 

Prior to academia, Cyd spent over 20 years in corporate marketing and advertising, working with companies such as Planet Hollywood, the Olive Garden Italian Restaurant, Prudential Real Estate Affiliates and Coca-Cola.

 
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