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Theodore O. Kay

Ted Kay

Undergrad: History & Social Studies, 1971

Graduate: Executive Management Program Certification, 1996
Northwestern University, J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management

“I retired from General Motors Corporation in 2008 after almost 38 years of service, most recently as Finance Manager – Worldwide Facilities Group and Vice President of Finance – REALM & ENCORE Environmental Subsidiaries. I currently do part time consulting, financial management and tax preparation for various businesses and individuals, and occasional college and university lectures and presentations.

I am currently a member of the Geneva Alumni Council (GAC), formerly serving as President from 2005 through 2010. I was honored to receive the 2001 Distinguished Service Award and the 2006 Life “G” Award from the Alumni Association of Geneva College. I have a passion for serving on the GAC because I appreciate the opportunities that a Geneva education provided me and want to do whatever I can to bring more stability and success to the college. I would also like to play a key role in “reconnecting” our alumni with Geneva so they can share their experiences and expertise with current students.

I am a member of Tabernacle Missionary Baptist in Detroit, MI and like being involved in community activities to help educate and steer children and young adults to be productive and useful citizens.

I am interested in and thoroughly enjoy traveling to visit friends and family, all kinds of music, photography, national news & politics, sports (especially the Pittsburgh Steelers), physical activity/working out to stay healthy and telling funny, but true, stories about my life experiences.”


 

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September issue of @Geneva
Read about the professors who received the Excellency in Teaching and Excellency in Scholarship awards.
COMMUNITY
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FACULTY
Professor Richard Talbert joins Communication Department
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