David Vitt, Editor, Farmingdale State College Bríd Gleeson Hanna, Co-Editor, Rochester Institute of Technology Cristian Sepulveda, Co-Editor, Farmingdale State College Richard Weber, Co-Editor, Farmingdale State College Past Editors and Editorial Advisors William O’Dea, Past Editor, SUNY Oneonta Richard Vogel, Editorial Advisor and Conference Proceedings Editor, Farmingdale State College All mail correspondence with the editorial board should be sent to the editor at the following address: David Vitt School of Business 2350 Broadhollow Rd. Farmingdale, NY 11735
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