Seton Hill University’s Wukich Center for Entrepreneurial Opportunities will present a free public lecture by entrepreneur and businessman Michael H. Murray on Thursday, April 12,
Michael H. Murray is currently the CEO and Founder of Hathaway Murray Consulting in Southlake, Texas, which he created in 2015. He previously served as President and CEO of the American Credit Card Processing Corporation, which had annual revenues of $20 million before its acquisition by Priority Payment Systems in 2015.
His lecture will offer insights into running a $20 million business, his exit strategy and his innovative plan for a new business.
Murray, a western Pennsylvania native and a 1984 graduate of Saint Vincent College, and his wife Miriam Arroyo Murray, a Seton Hill Trustee and
"We are delighted that Michael Murray has graciously agreed to impart the lessons he has learned in business and as an entrepreneur to both Seton Hill students and members of the community," said Mary C. Finger, Seton Hill University President. "His visit to campus represents the continuing commitment of both Michael and his wife, Miriam Arroyo Murray, to Seton Hill and its students. I am also grateful for the opportunity to acknowledge the Murrays in a public setting for their financial support. Their gift helps Seton Hill students take on unpaid internships, research opportunities away from home, or study abroad trips without worrying about finances. Their commitment truly makes an extraordinary difference in the lives of Seton Hill students and paves the way for our students to have greater opportunities once they graduate."
The Farrell Lecture Series is sponsored by the Seton Hill University Wukich Center for Entrepreneurial Opportunities. The Wukich Center equips students with the entrepreneurial skills needed to address the challenges of an evolving global market – whether a student’s career path includes running his or her own business or serving as a leader within an existing one. The Wukich Center supports entrepreneurship through the creation of the Wukich Scholars and Wukich Interns Programs; through the initiation of The Wukich Venture Fund