Richard J. Bolte, Sr. School of Business
Executive In Residence
The Executive in Residence Program enriches the educational experience of our students by inviting distinguished business executives to the Bolte School for two days to speak to our students on various business related topics. Many of the Executives in Residence are successful business alumni of Mount St. Mary's University and all of them have achieved notable success in their careers as executives and leaders in their respective organizations. They serve as guest professors in classes; they meet with student clubs and organizations; and they are keynote speakers at community business forum dinners.
Executive Director of Maryland Sports
Vice President, Maryland Stadium Authority
Executive in Residence: September 28, 2015
Terry Hasseltine was hired as the Executive Director of Maryland Sports in July 2008. In early 2014, Hasseltine was asked to take on more responsibilities with the Maryland Stadium Authority as Vice President of Marketing and Communication. Hasseltine was a Chairman of the National Association of Sports Commissions (NASC) from April 2013-April 2014. During his tenure as Chairman, the Association saw significant growth in membership, revenues and attendance at their annual Symposium. He served on the NASC Board of Directors for a little over 10 years; five of those years on the Executive Committee and one year as the first Events Right Holder to serve on the NASC BOD.
Hasseltine also serves on the Maryland Tourism Coalition Board of Directors, US Sports Congress Advisory Committee and serves in an advisory role with the Maryland Horse Industry Board. In February 2011, Terry was named one of the 20 most powerful people in Baltimore in the Baltimore Business Journal Power 20: The Next Generation. In April 2010, he was recognized by the Maryland Daily Record as a 2010 Most Influential Marylander – Civic Leadership.
Since arriving in Maryland, Hasseltine has been instrumental in leading various bid-development and event support opportunities for the state related to the FIFA World Cup ™, NCAA Men’s Lacrosse National Championships, World Football Challenge (Chelsea v. AC Milan), Dew Tour, CONCACAF Gold Cup, USATF Junior Olympics, Baltimore Grand Prix, Army-Navy football games and more. Maryland secured the 2009 World Football Challenge, 2010 International Soccer Match at M&T Bank Stadium (Manchester City v. Inter Milan), 2010, 2011 and 2014 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse National Championships, 2011-2014 Dew Tour: Beach Stop, 2012 USATF Junior Olympics, 2013 USATF Indoor Master Nationals, 2012-13 ACC Men’s Soccer Championships, 2011-2013 Baltimore Grand Prix, 2013 & 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup Quarterfinals and 2011, 2014 and 2016 Army-Navy Games. In addition, Baltimore, Maryland and Washington DC (FedEx Field is located in Prince George’s County, Maryland) both made the final cut to be included in the United State’s official bid for the 2022 FIFA World Cup™.
Prior to coming to Maryland, Hasseltine was deputy executive director of the Kentucky Sports Authority (KSA) where he developed a 24-member community marketing collaborative to promote the state as a sports travel destination. He played a significant role in the efforts to bring 2008 Ryder Cup and 2010 AllTech FEI World Equestrian Games to the Commonwealth. Before joining the KSA, he was director of operations for the Greater Louisville Sports Commission, a championships administrator/regional director for the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), and a site coordinator for the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
Hasseltine received his bachelor of science degree in sports management (and communications) from the State University of New York College at Cortland and is accredited as a Certified Sports Event Executive (CSEE) from the National Association of Sports Commissions.
Senior Vice President, Assistant General Counsel, Litigation and Chief Compliance Officer - CBS Corporation
Executive in Residence: April 16-17, 2015
Hazel-Ann Mayers will give the keynote speech at this year's Bolte School of Business Ethics Pledge event and the Spring semester Executive in Residence for Mount St. Mary's Bolte School of Business. Mayers is the Senior Vice President, Assistant General Counsel, Litigation and Chief Compliance Officer for CBS Corporation. As a representative for CBS and its business units in litigation matters, Mayers was excited to speak to this year's senior class business majors about cultivating and maintaining a strong ethical framework.
Mayers, a Harvard Law School graduate, believes it is important for graduating seniors to have a strong moral compass and, "as they begin their careers and professional development should constantly be aware that their actions align with their standards."
George E. Borst
Executive Advisor to CEO – Toyota Services Corporation
Executive in Residence: November 18-19, 2014
George Borst has served as the President and Chief Executive Officer of the America’s Region of Toyota Financial Services from 2002 to 2013. He is currently Executive Advisor to the CEO on global issues the company faces today both in operational and financial divisions of the company. Since joining Toyota Financial Services George has seen the development of the U.S. entity grow from a midsize company to one of the nation’s largest captive finance companies.
George has been recognized as a leader who acknowledges through his own advancement in the business world that the strength of a company is within the talent that it develops. While promoting with a philosophy of continued improvement of that talent, learning, and commitment. Through these values TFS has been rated the best in class on key employee opinion metrics, including its own management evaluations, associate satisfaction, and social responsibility as a global business.
Even in the face of an economic crisis that crippled many companies globally, George ensured that TFS maintained open lines of credit and a diverse array of funding sources, enabling the company to continue lending while maintaining sufficient liquidity. Amid a trifecta of crises including a global recession, unprecedented recalls and devastation from natural disasters, George oversaw major successes over these three years.
Not only did George see the company through tumultuous times financially at the company, but also was committed to bringing Toyota Financial Services Corporation philanthropic efforts to new heights, not only in monetary terms but a committed force of volunteers to give back to the community. In 2012 the company ushered in a commitment to triple their scholarship fund for at-risk and underserved high school students to $1.5 million.
George Burst has shown through his work ethic and responsibility to not only the company he works for but the community TFS does business in that he is an exemplary candidate to direct the future leaders of the business world that Mount St. Mary’s University has cultivated.
Thomas J. Harrington
Managing Director and Chief Information Security Officer - Citigroup
Executive in Residence: April 14-15, 2014
Thomas Harrington joined the management team at CITI in July 2012. With 28 years of law enforcement and national security experience, T.J. Harrington, the former Associate Deputy Director of the FBI is a recognized leader in the global law enforcement and intelligence communities.
He now heads a new organization within CITI focused on critical risk areas of Information Security, Emergency Management and Fraud Surveillance.
Director of Operations for the DuPont account - BDP International, Inc.
Executive in Residence: April 2-3, 2014
Matt Hawksley is a 16 year veteran at BDP International, and is the current Director of Operations for the DuPont account. Since joining BDP in 1997, Matt has earned a variety of roles, each with increasing levels of scope and responsibility. His experience has afforded him deep product expertise.
Matt has gained intimate knowledge of the DuPont account since joining the team in 2006 as a Manager of Strategic Accounts. Prior to that position, Matt was selected to participate in the company's Global Exchange Program. He spent 2 years in the BDP Antwerp, Belgium office managing and growing chemical accounts. Before spending time abroad, Matt was a Regional Account Executive.
His operational duty notwithstanding, Matt has played an integral role in launching both the corporate BDP Leadership Development Program (LDP) and the corporate BDP Green Team. He is a member of the Young Professionals Network of the Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce and of the World Affairs Council.
A graduate of Mount St. Mary's College in Emmitsburg, MD, Matt earned degrees in Business Administration and French; he was also a record-setting decathlete in Track & Field. He is a Six Sigma Green Belt and has earned executive certificates from both MIT and the University of San Francisco in Technology, Operations, And Value Chain Management and Sustainable Supply Chain Management respectively.
Michael J. Green
Vice President Strategic Services North America - IBM Corporation
Executive in Residence: October 30-31, 2013
Michael Green is Vice President for Strategic Services with responsibility across services and technology business lines to enable IBM to deliver high value integrated business propositions to our strategic clients.
During his career at IBM, Mr. Green has worked with clients spanning a range of industries, including: Communications, Pharmaceutical & Healthcare, Government, Manufacturing & Distribution, Electronics and Retail. He has extensive experience in leading areas of IBM transformation along with sales, technology, consulting, systems integration and outsourcing.
Matthew Dixon, Ph.D.
Executive Director, Sales & Service Practice
Corporate Executive Board
Executive in Residence: February 11-12, 2013
Matt Dixon is Executive Director of the Sales & Service Practice of CEB (formerly called the Corporate Executive Board) in Arlington, VA. In this capacity, he has management responsibility for the Sales Executive Council, Sales Leadership Roundtable and Customer Contact Council, which together serve more than 1,000 sales and customer service organizations globally.
President Hanover Capital Management
Executive in Residence: November 1-2, 2012
Mark J. Riggs is Co-Founder and COO of Staub, Riggs, & Collins Inc. and President of Hanover Capital Management, Inc. He is a member of the Mount Saint Mary's University Class of 1998 and a member of the Mount MBA Class of 2002.
Founder and Former CEO of the Boyds Collection Ltd.
Executive in Residence: September 27-28, 2012
G.M Lowenthal is co-founder of The Boyds Collection Ltd. Mr. Lowenthal was born and raised in New York City. He attended Stuyvesant High School, and after graduation he went to Alfred University where he received a B.S. in Biology and an M.S. in Education/Biology.