Packers’ CEO Murphy speaks at UW-Parkside April 4
Green Bay Packers President and CEO Mark Murphy serves as the College of Business, Economics, and Computing (CBEC) Executive in Residence for two programs Thursday at UW-Parkside. Murphy addresses "Building a Championship Organization" at 9:30 and 11 a.m. Thursday, April 4, in the Student Center Cinema. The programs are free but a ticket is required.
Now in his fifth year as the National Football League franchise's chief executive, Murphy's guidance has helped keep the team successful both on and off the field. On the field, the team has compiled a 46-24 overall record, made three straight playoff trips, and won Super Bowl XLV. Off the field, the club continues to perform well in its business efforts. The fan experience at Lambeau Field, a top organizational priority, continues to rank among the best in sports.
In addition to an eight-year playing career with the Washington Redskins, Murphy's business and professional credentials include a law degree and an MBA in finance. He has served as assistant executive director of the NFL Players Association and as a trial attorney with the U.S. Justice Department. Prior to joining the Packers, Murphy served for 16 years as director of athletics, first at Colgate University and at Northwestern University.
The Executive in Residence program gives UW-Parkside students access to high-profile business leaders throughout the Midwest. The question-and-answer portion of the presentation will be for student questions only.There is no charge for admission, however, a ticket is required due to limited seating in the Cinema. For ticket information, call the UW-Parkside College of Business, Economics, and Computing main office at 262-595-2243.