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Newsmaker: Lisa Marie

| Tuesday, May 4, 2010 12:00 a.m

Lisa Marie

Age: 21

Residence: Monroeville

Family: Mother, Lynn Wagner; father, Rick Marie; sister, Laura Marie

Education: Junior at Duquesne University, majoring in supply chain management and information systems

Background: Marie spent a semester abroad studying at the National University of Ireland, Galway. She is preparing for a summer internship with Alcoa Inc. on the North Shore, has held consecutive internships at Westinghouse Electric Co. and is finishing an internship at Global Growth and Innovation, Supply Chain.

Noteworthy: Recently awarded the 2010 R. Gene Richter Scholarship. The Richter Scholarship program, which includes a financial award and professional mentoring services, is the largest nationally recognized scholarship in the field of supply chain management.

Quote: “I came to Duquesne, an undecided business major. But after taking several classes, I decided I wanted to be in supply chain. It is an emerging profession that involves integrating different activities to reach a goal. I’ve been very fortunate. I’ve had many opportunities that made me realize how much I enjoyed working with people and bringing people together to reach a goal. A lot of people have shaped me in getting me to where I am today.”

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