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CAROL HEDBERG, Office Assistant for Budgets and Events
AMY KELLY, College Communications and Media Relations director
VIRTUAL OFFUTT SCHOOL PRESENTS EVENT
Concordia College’s Offutt School of Business will feature Kevin Warren, Big Ten Commissioner, at its March virtual event “The Business of Sports.” Troy Simonson, CEO of Revo Health, will moderate the discussion. The event is from 7:30-8:30 a.m. Thursday, March 18.
Warren was selected as the sixth conference commissioner in history joining an esteemed lineage of Big Ten Commissioners; he officially began his tenure in January 2020. During his first year of service, Warren launched a series of groundbreaking initiatives to address issues associated with mental health and wellness, social justice, voter registration and the international COVID-19 pandemic. Warren previously served as the chief operating officer for the Minnesota Vikings. He was the highest-ranking African American executive working on the business side for a team in the NFL and the first African American COO in NFL history.
Simonson oversees a large healthcare management services organization focused on delivery of value-based care and creating service-driven cultures. Revo Health was formed in 2017 out of Twin Cities Orthopedics (TCO) and today has partnerships with multiple healthcare entities. Prior to moving full time in Revo Health, Simonson spent the last 16 years with TCO. He joined TCO in 2004 as the business office administrator.
This virtual event is free and open to the public. For additional information visit ConcordiaCollege.edu/offuttpresents or call (218) 299-3305.
The Offutt School of Business is named for Ronald Offutt, an alumnus who donated the lead gift for the business school. He is founder and chairman of the R.D. Offutt Co.