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Rob Almond to address students — virtually — on crisis management


April 01, 2020     1 minute read

Rob Almond, CEO of integrated facilities management company NEST, will deliver a virtual address on crisis management on Wednesday, April 8, to students at St. Joseph’s University, which is located in Philadelphia.

Almond, a member of the advisory board of the Department of Decision & System Sciences at St. Joseph’s University, will speak with senior business administration students in the university’s Haub School of Business.

Almond will speak to the future business leaders on crisis management and disaster planning during the COVID-19 response, and how NEST is supporting its clients, employees, and partners during the situation. 

“These students are seniors in the business school at Saint Joseph’s University, taking my class on business strategy,” said Dr. Stephen Porth, Ph.D. “Learning about crisis management in real time from Rob and how companies weather the storm is an incredible opportunity for them.”

Almond’s direction and guidance in developing NEST’s integrated facilities management enterprise-wide solution has brought new offerings to clients including best-in-class business and financial analytics that help drive true cost savings. His strong desire for a great workplace culture has been recognized for the last seven years as one of the Top Workplaces in Philadelphia and has allowed NEST to see double-digit percentage growth each year since 2015.

Almond attended the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and is a graduate of St. Joseph’s University MBA program.

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