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Published February 18, 2021
Kim DeVore, president and a founding director of Jonah Bank of Wyoming, will speak with University of Wyoming Master of Business Administration (MBA) students Friday, Feb. 19.
DeVore will meet virtually with first-year, full-time MBA students as they prepare for the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Collegiate Program Case Competition. Her program will focus on preparing a company for an unpredictable crisis.
UW President Emeritus Dick McGinity is the faculty member leading the student team as part of his MBA “Decision Making” course. While there is a smaller team for the actual competition, all members of the MBA cohort are involved in case preparation leading up to the ninth annual competition April 16.
The Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Collegiate Program Case Competition exposes students to a thought-provoking business ethics case similar to situations they might face in their professional careers. The competition helps build on the principle-based ethical framework central to decision-making in a complex business environment.
DeVore’s career began through DECA while she was still in high school. Since then, she has filled almost every role within banking, and she was recognized as the 2015 Wyoming Woman of Influence in the banking and finance industry. DeVore is active in several community organizations in Casper.