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Citadel News Service
15 Sep 2011

Citadel Mentor Association names new chief operating officer

Jodie-Beth Galos has been named the chief operating officer of The Citadel Mentor Association in the School of Business Administration.

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Jodie-Beth Galos

Galos is the principal of Galos & Associates, LLC in Mount Pleasant, S.C., specializing in employment litigation avoidance through proactive employee communications. She is a graduate of Barnard College, Columbia University and The Boston University School of Law. 

The Citadel Mentor Association is a group of active and retired top executives who are committed to sharing their experiences with the next generation of business leaders, The Citadel's Corps of Cadets, evening undergraduate business students and MBA students.

Recognizing that education extends far beyond the walls of the classroom and that enrichment opportunities are valuable to students of business, The Citadel School of Business Administration has instituted a mentoring program designed to bring together Citadel cadets, evening undergraduate business students, MBA students and local business leaders. The Citadel Mentor Association is a group of retired and active top executives from corporate America who are located in the Charleston region. They are committed to sharing their experiences with the next generation of business leaders, The Citadel's Corps of Cadets, evening undergraduate business students and MBA students.

The goal of the program is to provide an enriching experience for the students by providing access to individuals who have demonstrated that they have what it takes to be successful. The benefit of being able to share in an exchange of ideas with executives is of immeasurable long-term value to the students involved. This initiative also provides an opportunity for successful executives to give back to their community. These mentors are encouraging students to develop career ideas and to enhance their prospects for successful careers.

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