Terri Lonier has been appointed executive director of the Coleman Entrepreneurship Center and clinical professor of management in DePaul University's Driehaus College of Business. Lonier said future programs at the center will include entrepreneurial speakers, business workshops, student business competitions, and individual and group advising¿all designed to help students understand what it takes to be an entrepreneur. Most recently, Lonier was assistant professor and program supervisor of entrepreneurship and strategy in the arts, entertainment and media management department at Columbia College Chicago. Prior to joining Columbia, Lonier led the strategy consulting firm Working Solo, Inc., which guided Fortune 100 and high-tech firms such as Apple, Microsoft, Bank of America, Visa USA and HP in reaching the small business marketplace. Lonier received her doctoral degree in business history from New York University. She has a Master's degree from the University of Florida, and a Bachelor's degree from Saint Mary's College.
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