Clark Hill Chief Operating Officer Philip E. Ross to Present at WWJ’S “GLITR 3.0: Innovating for Michigan’s Economic Future”
– Clark Hill COO Philip E. Ross will serve as the lead presenter at WWJ/Newsradio 950’s program entitled “GLITR 3.0: Innovating for Michigan’s Economic Future.” The program, presented in conjunction with Automation Alley will take place at the Alley’s headquarters in Troy on Tuesday, January 26 at 8 AM. Ross will join host Matt Roush, Kettering University Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Michael Harris and TechTown Executive Director Randal Charlton to discuss the future of Michigan’s economy.
Ross serves as the Chief Operating Officer of Clark Hill PLC. Ross leads all of the firm’s business operations, including finance, human resources, marketing and business development, and information technology.
Prior to joining Clark Hill, Ross was the Regional Director of Operations for Deloitte Consulting, where he worked with the Regional Managing Director to manage $500 million in revenue and more than 2,000 professionals. He began his employment with Deloitte Consulting in 1993, rising to the position of senior manager, and re-joined Deloitte in 2001. Additionally, he has held various leadership positions in the professional services and banking industries for over 15 years. Ross earned his B.A. from Harvard University, and his M.B.A. from Northwestern University.
More information on “GLITR 3.0: Innovating for Michigan’s Economic Future” at wwj.com.
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