Washington and Lee University

Washington and Lee University

Williams School Executives-in-Residence to Give Public Talk on Oct. 3

Contact Information:

Julie Cline
News Writer
jcline@wlu.edu
540-458-8954
Lexington, Virginia • September 28, 2007

Edwin "Mac" Crawford, chairman of the newly merged CVS/Caremark, and his son, Andrew D. Crawford, senior vice president of CVS/Caremark and a Washington and Lee University alumnus, will give a talk on the CVS/Caremark merger at W&L on Wednesday, Oct. 3, at 7:30 p.m. in Huntley Hall, room 327.

The speech is free and open to the public.

The Crawfords are participating in the Williams School of Commerce, Economics, and Politics' executive-in-residence program. During the two day program they will meet with students in various business classes, in addition to giving the Oct. 3 public lecture.

The executive-in-residence program brings Washington and Lee alumni and friends from the corporate world to the Williams School to participate in classes and deliver a public talk on a topic of interest to the students, faculty and the public in general.

Past alumni who have participated in the Williams School executive-in-residence program are William R. Johnston '61, former chief operating officer of the New York Stock Exchange; William H. Miller '72, chairman and chief investment officer of Legg Mason Capital Management; Robert E. Sadler '67, retired president and CEO of M&T Bank in Buffalo, NY; and Warren A. Stephens '79, president of Stephens, Inc. in Little Rock, Ark., to name a few.

Resources For: