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Charlotte native will oversee Working Professional program at Wake Forest

Celeste Smith
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Matthew Phillips has been named associate dean for Working Professional MBA Programs at Wake Forest University School of Business.

Matthew Phillips has been named associate dean for Working Professional Programs at Wake Forest University School of Business.

Phillips, a Charlotte native, will oversee the part-time MBA program designed for working professionals on the Winston-Salem and Charlotte campuses.

He joined Wake Forest in 2008 and has taught courses in business law and ethics in the undergraduate and graduate programs. Phillips received undergraduate and law degrees from Wake Forest, and a Master of Divinity from Duke University.

“Matthew brings a deep understanding of our working professional programs, as well as passion for these programs,” said Gordon McCray, vice dean of programs.

“Given his multifaceted background and familiarity with our working professional offerings, I look forward to the diverse perspectives and creativity he will bring to his new position.” Celeste Smith

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