Join Maxwell Authors F. William Smullen and Me’Shae L. Brooks-Rolling
at the Orange Central Book Signing
Saturday, October 11
Orange Central Tent, Shaw Quad
Visit with SU alumni authors Scott Pitoniak ’77, Me’Shae Brooks Rolling G’90, Ruth Ross ’79, and Bill Smullen G’74 and have your books signed!
The University Bookstore will have books to purchase.
Bill Smullen G’74 is the author of
Smullen is the Director of National Security Studies at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs in June of 2003. He is also Maxwell’s Senior Fellow in National Security and a member of the faculty of Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications as a Professor of Public Relations. “Ways and Means for Managing Up: 50 Strategies for Helping You and Your Boss Succeed” (McGraw Hill, April 2014) draws on Smullen’s extensive and wide-ranging military and professional career experiences and may serve as “a survival guide for some, a road map for others and a blueprint as well for those near the top of the pyramid.”
Me’Shae L. Brooks-Rolling ’90 MPA is the author of
Brooks-Rolling is Director of Special Events and Conferences at The Institute for Veterans & Military Families at Syracuse University (IVMF). In this capacity, she manages and oversees IVMF’s entrepreneurship conferences for veterans and military families as an asset-building mechanism. She is a cross-disciplinary practitioner of special events management and financial literacy education, a Certified Special Events Professional (CSEP), and a Certified Educator in Personal Finance (CEPF). Me’Shae discovered both her lack of and passion for financial literacy education after graduating with her M.P.A. from the Maxwell School and residing in New York City as a young adult. She authored her book, “How To Save Money & Organize Your Finances” and now speaks, teaches, and writes extensively on the subject matter.