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Northwood VP to be in webinar with Gen. Petreaus, other global leaders

March 29, 2022

Northwood University is proud to announce the leader of its International Programs will be included in an upcoming webinar featuring three renowned global leaders.

“I am humbled to be included in such a prestige lineup of speakers,” said Mamiko Reeves, assistant vice president of Free Market Partnerships and International Programs at Northwood University.

Reeves will be a panelist during the May 27 webinar, Global Advanced Strategic Leadership Programme, hosted by Ghana-based Accra Business School for governmental, corporate and strategic sector leaders in Ghana and other African nations.

The keynote speakers include General David Petreaus (U.S. Army, retired); Jackie McCoy, associate dean at the Ulster University Business School and Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, Advance HE (UK); and Rt. Hon. Lord David Triesman, a successful businessman and merchant banker who served in the UK governments of both Tony Blair and Gordon Brown, first as Foreign Office Minister in the House of Lords and then as Minister of Intellectual Property, Innovation and Skills and the Department of Innovation, Universities and Skills.

As associate vice president of free-market partnerships and international programs at Northwood, Reeves’ responsibilities include development and oversight of international program centers, study abroad/exchange programs, international admissions, and partnership development to promote free-market philosophy and entrepreneurship. Reeves oversees Northwood’s degree programs at international program centers in China, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, and United Arab Emirates. She works with more than 30 additional partner institutions around the globe.

“Mamiko represents the best of Northwood, and we are beyond proud to have her featured in this upcoming programming for African leaders,” said Northwood University President Kent MacDonald.

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