Bob Moretti Graduates Summa Cum Laude from Arizona State University

The Robert Morris College of Bob Moretti already offered Business, Art and Design, Technology and Media, Culinary Arts and Nursing and Health Studies when he enrolled in 2001.  But in 2006 the Morris Graduate School of Management emerged, and Masters of Business Administration and Masters of Information Systems graduate degrees are now offered to all Robert Morris University locations across Illinois.

Bob Moretti transferred in 2003 to Arizona State University, giving up collegiate hockey to focus exclusively on his business studies. Bob Moretti determined to graduate college with a 4.0, and was successful, graduating with a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Management and Summa Cum Laude, resulting in his first employment in 2005 at Lanier Worldwide back in his familiar home in Chicago. Lanier Worldwide Inc. was an office equipment company with a large corporate structure: 2018 branches and subsidiaries worldwide. Today Lanier Worldwide Inc. on Wacker Drive in Chicago is a photographic equipment and supplies industry.  Worldwide, Lanier has somewhere between 100,000 to 150,000 employees with annual sales between $10,000,000 to $24,999,999.  Founded in 1936, Lanier Worldwide Inc. was Bob Moretti’s first experience in the business world after his graduation from Arizona State University.


About Bob Moretti

Bob Moretti is an Architectural Specialist who has obtained a number of credentials throughout his professional career. Bob Moretti is Construction Specifications Institute (CSI), Construction Document Technologist (CDT) and Occupational Health and Safety Administration certified. He graduated from Arizona State University in 2005 with a BS in Business Management, Summa Cum Laude. He also attends the Lake Forest Graduate School of Management in pursuit of an MBA.
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