Commencement Information for Memphis Campus
April 25, 2013
- Where: Main Sanctuary of Second Presbyterian Church, 4055 Poplar Avenue | Memphis, Tennessee 38111. Ceremony starts at 7:00 pm, graduates must check in by 5:30.
- Deadlines: March 30 is the deadline for getting students names added to the program.
- Regalia: Regalia will be available for student and faculty to pickup, Date and Time TBA.
- Seating information Theater style. Please let us know if special seating or handicap seating is required.
- Photographer: Rick Grainger Photography
will be taking pictures at 5:30pm in the setup area before the ceremony.
- Organist: Lenora Morrow
- Bagpiper: J. Steven Sanders, Gallowglass Pipers
- Color Guard: Wooddale High School JROTC
- Catering: Scoops Ice Cream Catering of Memphis
- Questions: If you need further clarification s please contact Tony Peterson at email@example.com or 901-767-8977.
- Commencement Speaker: Ed Horrell, author and founder of The Kindness Revolution
As a professional speaker, Ed has addressed over 1,500 audiences all across the country. His speaking clients include firms such as Fed Ex, Auto Zone, Verizon Wireless, AT&T, State Farm Insurance Company, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and numerous national conferences, to name a few. His motivational talks center on the role that values play in the areas of customer service, sales, and management.
As an author, Ed has been published over 250 times in various business magazines and has been quoted in publications such as Forbes, Business Week, Business Communications Review, and ComputerWorld. His “Kindness Revolution” columns are syndicated across the country. Ed is the author of three books, including the topseller “The Kindness Revolution” which contains inspirational customer service stories by companies who have replaced indifference with values in customer service. His publisher is the American Management Association.
Ed is also the founder of the non-profit initiative The Kindness Revolution; a business-led initiative teaching both companies and students the importance of respectful and engaging behavior, and was the recent feature in an ABC News.com story focusing on the demise of customer service in the USA.
Ed is a native of Memphis, a graduate of the University of Memphis, and a former visiting professor at Christian Brothers University.