|Graduate of Newington High School, Summa Cum Laude, 3.91. Highest Honors, 9th in Class
Named a Connecticut State Scholar by the former Governor of the State of Connecticut, Ella T. Grasso
Graduate of Central Connecticut State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, Summa Cum Laude, 3.95,
Valerie completed her Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration in only 3 years, not 4, with a class ranking of 18th out of 1,310 students.
Graduate of the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a Master's Degree in Human Resource MANAGEMENT,
4.0, Summa Cum Laude Graduate, Tied for Valedictorian in her Class
SPHR, Senior Professional of Human Resources and the GPHR, GLOBAL Professional of Human Resources, 1 of 1,776 worldwide to have this designation.
Korn Ferry Institute Certifed to Teach Diversity and Inclusion which Val teaches Internationally. ( USA amd CANADA )
Certified Associate - ACE Operating System / HR Ace lead for Four Years - Trained in Change Management by Hitachi consulting.
Recipient of an Aetna Casualty Scholarship * * * Awarded an ACE Award from United Technologies
MBA, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS, BARNEY BUSINESS SCHOOL, UNIV. OF HARTFORD, IN PROGRESS...
with extra course work to be done through DARDEN and the Wharton School of Business, Univ. of Pennsylvania.
Valerie J. Moffatt,
STATE SCHOLAR, B.S., M.S., SPHR, GPHR.
WORKING ON HER M.B.A. in International Business
AT THE BARNEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS WITH EXTRA COURSE WORK AT WHARTON.
Valerie is now a Senior Human Resource Manager for UTAS,
United Technologies Aerospace in Windsor Locks, Connecticut.
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Last position..SENIOR HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGER at CORPORATE
in Farmington, Connecticut for the United Technologies Corporation at their CORPORATE DIVISION of
GLOBAL OPERATIONS and PROPULSION AEROSPACE SYSTEMS.
|" I have known Valerie for over 25 years and I have found her to be one of the most grounded and responsible people that I have ever had
the great pleasure of knowing, and to be married to in this life. She is always well focused and fulfills every task given to her.
But, more than all of that...she is one of the finest people you will ever have the pleasure of meeting on this planet.
I can say without any hesitation...that Operations and Propulsion Aerospace Systems is lucky to have such a fine person working
to ensure that they meet their strategic goals for all divisions. Valerie J. Moffatt will achieve all of their intended goals."
-Mr. Gregg E. Moffatt, President and C.E.O. of GEMCOMcompanies.com
Proud to be her husband!
|REACHING FOR THE
|REACHING FOR THE
FORTUNE TOP 50
|NOTE! United Technologies Corporation is "NOT" in any way affiliated with or supportive of GEMCOMcompanies.com which is a
PRIVATELY OWNED family business of Mr. Gregg Moffatt which is owned, and founded by Mr. Gregg E. Moffatt, Sr.
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This page is ONLY intended to show OUR LOVE and OVERWHELMING SUPPORT for one of our own.
Warmly, Mr. Gregg E. Moffatt, Sr. President and Founder
|ACE AWARD in April of 2008
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CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION
|Central Connecticut State University
Graduate with a
Bachelor's Degree in Business
Administration earning a
3.95, (Summa Cum Laude) Cumulative
Average, done in 3 yrs!
Class rank...18th of 1,310 students.
|Newington High School, Newington, CT.
Valerie J. Moffatt ( Gittings )
Graduated 9th in her Graduating class from
Newington High School in Newington , Connecticut
with a 3.91, Summa Cum Laude
Earned Designation at Graduation.
|VALERIE J MOFFATT
B.S., M. S., SPHR, GPHR.
NOW WORKING ON HER
M.B.A. FROM THE
BARNEY SCHOOL OF
BUSINESS at the
University of Hartford,
WITH EXTRA COURSE
THE WHARTON SCHOOL
OF BUSINESS OF THE
SENIOR PROFESSIONAL OF
GLOBAL PROFESSIONAL OF
|BECAUSE, IMPOSSIBLE ONLY MEANS...
" I'M POSSIBLE! "
|Valerie Moffatt becomes
1 of 1,776
in the WORLD to achieve this
|Valerie is now working on her
at the Barney Business School of the
University of Hartford.
She will also do course work from
WHARTON and DARDEN Business
|B.S, M.S., AND NOW WORKING ON HER, M.B.A. IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
Former CT. STATE SCHOLAR....
Valerie J. Moffatt, B.S., M.S., SPHR, GPHR,
KORN FERRY INSTITUTE / CERTIFIED
DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION to Managerial Groups
while at United Technologies Aerospace here in the United States.
She is now, in 2017, teaching
DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION,
in the USA and now in CANADA for United Technologies Aerospace.
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We are proud to announce that Valerie is now working to advance her educational expertise of her
B.S. IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND HER M.S. IN HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT WITH AN
in International Business
at the Barney Business School of the University of Hartford, with extra course work through
the Wharton Business School of the University of Pennsylvania and the Darden School in Virginia.
After she completes her M.B.A. IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS,
she expects to begin work on her JURIS DOCTORATE, --- J.D. DEGREE
AT THE UCONN SCHOOL OF LAW or begin work on her Phd.
We at the GEMcompanies, wish her continued success in her educational goals.
- GEM, President of the GEMCOM COMPANIES
ELLA T. GRASSO
of the State of
Newington H. S.
9th in Class
|left...Central Ct. State
University, finished in
3 years, 3.95,
Summa cum Laude,
Bachelor's in Business
Administration, 18th of
1,310, Class Ranking
in Human Resource
Summa cum Laude tied
Valerie has now earned her
SPHR, Senior Professional of
Human Resource Designation.
Valerie has earned her GPHR,
Global Professional of Human
Resources Designation and
became 1 of 1,776 people to do it
on Earth !
Valerie has been accepted into
the M.B.A. Program of the
University of Hartford's,
Barney Business School and
will do extra course work
between Darden and The
Wharton School of Business of
the University of Pennsylvania
To be followed by her
J.D., Juris Doctorate.
|REACHING FOR THE
|MBA / INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
MBA PROGRAM AT THE BARNEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD.
WHICH IS CONSIDERED TO BE THE THIRD BEST MBA PROGRAM IN CONNECTICUT,
1. YALE 2. UCONN 3. UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD
VALERIE will also do course work at the Wharton School of Business of the University of Pennsylvania
and possibly at the Darden Business School of the University of Virginia.
After finishing this degree she expects to either begin work on her
Phd, or her Juris Doctorate at the UCONN SCHOOL OF LAW in Connecticut.
PROGRAM OF STUDY:
MBA / INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS....
$64,000 IN WORK PLACE SCHOLARSHIP AID FOR THE DEGREES from United Technologies Aerospace, UTAS.
$34K needed for her MBA, with 30K remaining for Darden and / or the Wharton School of Business courses OR for
work to be begun on a Phd or Juris Doctorate at the University of Connecticut School of Law.
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MBA 612, ACCOUNTING CONCEPTS
James HOGAN, Accounting Professor
MID TERM GRADE: A+
103 pts RECEIVED = 5 points for doing the class online labs,
98 score on MID TERM EXAM = 103 pts in total, = A +
Class Participation: A +
Class Group Project: Upcoming
Final Exam: Early December 2017
COURSE FINAL GRADE:
MBA 610, MANAGERIAL STATISTICS
Scheduled Jan - May 2018
MBA 614, ECONOMIC ANALYSIS FOR MANAGERS
MBA 616, CORPORATION FINANCE
MBA 618, MARKETING MANAGEMENT
MBA 620, OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
MBA 610 Managerial Statistics  This course provides the student with necessary skills and understanding of
the role of quantitative methods in decision making. Topics include probability distributions, sampling, estimation and testing, regression and correlation, and time series
and forecasting. Laboratory fee. Students without any prior course work in math and/or quant courses are required to take QNT 501 or test out before enrolling in this course.
MBA 612 Accounting Concepts  This course provides an introduction to financial and managerial accounting concepts utilized to provide organizations with the accounting
information necessary for external reporting and management decision-making purposes.
MBA 614 Economic Analysis for Managers  This course covers economic principles, analytical tools, and concepts applicable to managerial decision-making problems. The
course exposes students to a wide range of business decisions to which economic theory can be fruitfully applied. Specific topics include supply and demand analysis,
organization of the firm, incentive compensation, information problems and uncertainty, production and costs, market structure, pricing strategies and techniques, and the
application of game theory to managerial decisions and negotiations. Corequisite: MBA 610.
MBA 616 Corporate Finance  This course introduces students to the basics of the corporate financial decision-making process. Topics include time value of money,
discounted cash flow analysis, valuation of stocks and bonds, overview of financial statements and financial statement analysis, risk and return, equilibrium asset pricing,
capital budgeting, cost of capital, and capital structure decisions. Prerequisites: MBA 610 and 612.
MBA 618 Marketing Management  This course examines marketing systems, concepts, institutions, marketing function in organizations, and marketing management
decision processes. Emphasis is on developing integrated approaches to solving marketing problems under turbulent environmental conditions. Major topics include
marketing organization, consumer behavior, product policy, integrated marketing communications, and strategic market planning. Cases of companies in sectors ranging
from services to consumer-packaged goods to high-technology industrial goods are analyzed to develop problem-solving and decision-making skills of course participants.
MBA 620 Operations Management  An introduction to the managerial processes underlying operations management in both manufacturing and service organizations.
Topics such as operations strategy, product and process design, advanced manufacturing technologies, operations planning and control, just-in-time production systems,
quality and productivity, and project management are covered. The topics are integrated using a systems approach to the operations of an organization. Corequisite: MBA
610 or equivalent.
MBA 705 The Global Business Environment  This course explores the complexities, conflicts, and opportunities facing firms operating in a global environment. Students
improve decision-making skills by considering the impact of cultural, legal, political, ethical, economic, financial, and organizational environments on global business.
Prerequisites: MBA 614, 616, 618, and 620.
MBA 710 Leadership and Management  Course focuses on knowledge and skills related to both leadership and management in the workplace. Content includes both
organizational- behavior and leadership theories. Students combine information from the academic literature with their own and their classmates’ experience to understand
the importance of leadership and to develop their personal managerial and leadership skills. Prerequisites: Must be completed in the first or second semester of student’s
MBA 720 Innovation and Project Management  This two-part course focuses on how to manage innovation and projects within and between organizations. Students learn
about the nature and diffusion of innovation, its competitive impact, how to foster innovation within and across organizations, and the protection of intellectual property. To
prepare students for managing projects, this course covers major topic areas in project management, such as strategic overview, project initiation, selection, planning,
organizing, control and closeout. Corequisites: MBA 614, 616, 618, and 620.
MBA 730 Managing Customer Relationships and Experiences  This course focuses on building relationships between an organization and its customers. Students explore
methods of identifying customer needs, expectations, and satisfaction, as well as determination of lifetime customer value to develop target customer priorities. Distinction
is made between customer relationships management (CRM) as a strategy versus CRM programs and tools. Customer experiences as they relate to overall customer/
organization relationship are stressed. Prerequisite: MBA 610, 618, or equivalent. Corequisites: MBA 614, 616, and 620.
MBA 740 Business, Law, and Society: The Global Environment  This course helps students understand how business decisions affect and reflect society. Because the
decisions of managers not only influence but also are influenced by public policy concerns and moral issues, students learn how to integrate economic, social, legal and
regulatory, and moral considerations in decision making. Specific topics include the role of law in society, business regulations and antitrust policy in the global
environment, ethical and social values in different cultures, and employment and labor relations. Prerequisite: MBA 614 or equivalent. Corequisites: MBA 616, 618, and 620.
MBA 750 Performance Analysis  This course demonstrates how corporations extract information from accounting, finance, operations, and marketing; analyze the results;
and plan for future activities. Topics include activity-based costing, management decision making and pricing in a global economy, decentralization issues, balanced
scorecard, financial performance measures and budgeting, and incentive and ethical implications of compensation systems. Prerequisite: MBA 616 or equivalent.
Corequisites: MBA 614, 618, and 620.
MBA 810 Strategic Management  Broadly integrative course that considers the strategic leadership of organizations as a whole within ever-changing and increasingly
global environments. Course frameworks and concepts build on previous course work to develop students’ abilities to analyze complex situations, identify issues, and
provide specific solution plans and steps for implementation. The course relies heavily on class discussions of concepts and cases. Students formally present both individual
and team projects. Prerequisites: MBA 710, 720, 730, 740, and 750.
ELLA T. GRASSO
|Master's in Human Resource Management
with a 4.0, Tied for Valedictorian.
Master's from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute,
(R.P.I.), MASTER's in
Human Resource Management
Summa Cum Laude, 4.0 Cumulative Average.
Tied for VALEDICTORIAN.