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Greg Hutzell, DBA

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School of Business
ghutzell@marylhurst.edu

Education

DBA, California Coast University
MA, University of Phoenix

About

Dr. Gregory L. Hutzell oversees the Strategic Client Services function and is responsible for directing activities to help DMA clients receive the full value of DMA products and services. Dr. Hutzell partners directly with DMA clients to develop strategic direction and activities to increase profitability based on the full use and understanding of IDM and other research and analysis intelligence that DMA offers.

He has nearly 30 years of experience in the financial services industry. He has an extensive and deep background in the financial services industry, covering a multitude of management, finance, marketing, and sales disciplines. Prior to joining DMA, he held a number of critical management positions at Bank of America, and several community banks and credit unions. As an expert in financial analysis and strategic planning for credit unions and bank, he provides DMA clients with financial strategies to improve performance.

Dr. Hutzell has a doctorate in business administration and a master's in organizational management, and is a graduate of the Pacific Coast Executive Banking School. He is currently an adjunct professor in the schools of business and management at several universities, where he regularly teaches courses in strategic management, corporate finance, systems thinking, and economics.

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April 26, 2014

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Forge Business Education Luncheon Series

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