- Tuesday, March 3, 2020
- 7:00 AM–9:00 AM
- Prince Conference Center
The Calvin Executive Breakfast Series features timely, topical dialogue around current issues with alumni and members of the regional business community.
You're invited to join area alumni and friends on Tuesday, March 3, at 7 a.m. for the Calvin Executive Breakfast Series, this year's theme is The Future of Everything.
The topic for our March event will feature Mary Tuuk '86. Mary is the President and CEO of the Grand Rapids Symphony, one of America’s leading regional orchestras. Mary studied music and business at Calvin, served as an executive in banking and at Meijer, before connecting her musical passion with her professional pursuits. She currently still sings in the Grand Rapids Symphony Chorus. Mary will tell us about The Future of Music as she shares the story of the Grand Rapids Symphony and many of the innovative strategies they’ve employed in becoming and remaining a top orchestra and cultural force in Grand Rapids and around the country. Hear about the innovative strategies employed by the GR Symphony, and come away with ideas to reinvigorate your own organization's strategies.
Dr. Tiffany Engle, associate professor of music and director of woodwind, brass, and percussion studies, will introduce the speaker and moderate the time for questions and answers afterward.
A breakfast buffet and hot and cold beverages will be provided.
7:00–7:30 a.m. Registration and networking over coffee
7:30–8:30 a.m. Speaker presentation and breakfast
8:30–9:00 a.m. Networking
The Calvin Executive Breakfast Series features timely, topical dialogue around current issues with alumni of Calvin University and members of the regional business community.
April 21, 2020: The Future of Sports, featuring Calvin University's Dr. Brian Bolt and Hope College's Dr. Chad Carlson. More information and registration here!
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Mary Tuuk Bio
Mary Tuuk currently serves as the President and CEO of the Grand Rapids Symphony, one of America’s leading regional orchestras. A graduate of Calvin University who studied music and business, Mary went on to earn her MBA and JD at Indiana University. Mary was recognized multiple times by American Banker as one of the top 25 most powerful women in banking while serving in a variety of executive roles at Fifth Third Bank. Mary also served as an executive for Meijer with leadership responsibility for Compliance and Properties/Real Estate before being appointed to her current position with the symphony where she served as a director and currently sings in the Symphony Chorus.
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