Former NFL cheerleader Bobbie Shay Lee to speak at URI, April 13

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April 12, 2016

WHO: Former NFL cheerleader Bobbie Shay Lee, who put down her pom-poms when she began her battle with breast cancer, is a national advocate helping consumers look beneath the cause-related dressing that is often used to sell products. The founder and executive director of The Center for Transparency, will be the guest speaker at the University of Rhode Island’s College of Business Administration’s 9th Annual Vangermeersch Lecture.

WHAT: “Profit or Purpose? Looking beyond the surface.” Lee’s Center for Transparency has done the research to show how much money is actually contributed to support the causes with which companies are associated. Read more about this talk.

WHEN: Wednesday, April 13, 2016, 4 p.m.

WHERE: Pharmacy building, Room 170, 7 Greenhouse Road, Kingston campus.

CONTACT: For information about this event or speaking with Lee before or after, contact Jhodi Redlich in the URI Department of Communications and Marketing at 401-874-4500, jredlich@uri.edu.