The Ohio State University Alumni Association

Buckeye Evening in San Francisco
Wednesday, May 24, 2017
San Francisco, CA

Buckeye Evening in San Francisco

Join Buckeye Women for an Evening of Empowerment

The Ohio State University Alumni Association invites you to a special event for women of all ages, featuring an inspiring talk from Margaret "Peg" Pennington of Fisher College of Business. Bring your friends, sisters and daughters to a dinner where Ms. Pennington will share her tips for finding your stride as a woman — whether you are leading a team, focusing on family and friends, or just out for an afternoon run.

Speaker

Margaret "Peg" Pennington

The Ohio State University
Executive Director of the Center for Operational Excellence
Academic Director of the Academy for Excellence in Healthcare
Fisher College of Business

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

7 p.m. Registration
7:30 -9 p.m. Dinner and Program
Bistro Boudin at The Wharf
160 Jefferson Street
San Francisco, CA 94133
Directions

Cost

$25 per person includes a plated dinner and validated parking.

Registration

Register online or by phone at 800-762-5646.

Unfortunately, we will not be able to provide refunds after your registration is processed.

Questions

Please contact customer service at osuaa@osu.edu or 800-762-5646

Registration

Register online or by phone at 800-762-5646.

Unfortunately, we will not be able to provide refunds after your registration is processed.

Questions

Please contact customer service at osuaa@osu.edu or 800-762-5646.

Peg Pennington is the executive director of the Center for Operational Excellence at Ohio State University. She works closely with companies, managing and coordinating problem-solving consultations, site visits, and best-practice knowledge sharing. Peg is also the academic director of the Academy for Excellence in Healthcare, a collaboration between Ohio State University and Cardinal Health to bring operational excellence to healthcare. As a senior lecturer at the Fisher College of Business, Peg teaches lean enterprise and Six Sigma and serves as a coach for the college’s Master of Business Operational Excellence cohort in which she helped to architect.

She has a bachelor’s degree in finance from Michigan State University and an MBA from the University of Dayton. She resides in Columbus, OH with her husband and three teenage children. When she is not taking soccer pictures she enjoys running overnight relays with her running group.