Lynnette Guzzino J.D. is a professor at Thomas Moore College teaching undergraduate and graduate level courses including International Management, Business Law, Conflict Management, Marketing, and Social Responsibility of Managers. After receiving her Master’s degree in International Management, she worked in advertising as an account executive for such multinational firms including Procter and Gamble and Colgate-Palmolive. Having lived and worked in New York, Paris, and Madrid, she is comfortable interacting with diverse cultures and communicating in French and Spanish.
Lynnette shares her time and talent by serving on the Northern Kentucky International Trade Association (NKITA) board as well as such other notable organizations as Greater Cincinnati World Affairs Council, European American Chamber of Commerce, Hispanic Chamber, Academy of International Business, Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs and the Kentucky Bar Association. As Director of the Northern Kentucky Volunteer Lawyers, Inc., she is experienced in event planning, member recruitment and volunteer motivation.
Lynette’s educational achievements include a Juris Doctor from Loyola University School of Law, a Masters of International Management from the Thunderbird School of Global Management, and a Bachelor of Arts, Economics and French, Summa Cum Laude from Loyola University.
British Business, Law and Brexit
July 09, 2023 —July 24, 2023
MGT 410 / MGT413
International Business , Management , Legal Studies
As Britain experiences the aftermath of leaving the European Union, constructing a new trade agreement with the EU, dealing with immigration and boundaries, nowhere is better suited for studying the impact of Brexit than London. Gain understanding of the implications of Brexit for US, UK and EU companies through meetings with business managers, visiting offices and production facilities of multinational corporations, and observing British law and its parliamentary system. Through this unique on-site learning experience in London, you'll acquire insights into the shifts in economic power among international players that come with Brexit and into the nature of global trade, laws, marketing, currency, production and tariffs.
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“Students delve into the business environment of London, a global financial center, and examine how Britain will deal with the effects of Brexit in areas such as production, transport, finance, and legal compliance by hearing from managers of international companies, government agencies, law firms and advertisers. My goal is to connect theory with practice through observation and discussion, evaluating the risks and opportunities facing multinational enterprises, employees, and service providers.” – Lynnette Guzzino