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BPA Presents Dean’s Executive Research and Seminar Series ‘Being a Leader for Life’

California State University, Bakersfield School of Business and Public Administration (BPA) brings the Dean’s Executive and Research Seminar Series on Thursday, December 6, 2018 in the Dezember Leadership Center Room, 402D, 12 to 1:30 p.m.

This seminar’s guest speaker is Mr. Morgan E. Clayton, President and Founder of Tel-Tec Security Systems, Incorporated, with corporate headquarters in Bakersfield, California since 1982. Mr. Clayton’s presentation is titled “Being a Leader for Life.”

“The School of Business and Public Administration is fortunate to have Mr. Morgan Clayton as a guest speaker at the Dean’s Executive and Research Seminar Series. His lifetime commitment to service, which has been greatly valued by all sections of the community, makes him a prime candidate to speak about the importance of ‘Being a Leader for Life’,” said Dr. Angappa “Guna” Gunasekaran, Dean for the School for the School of Business and Public Administration.

As a dedicated community builder, Mr. Clayton has received numerous awards and is an Executive Board Member for many civic, social, governmental and business-related agencies. His service and involvement with others extends from preschoolers to senior citizens. He is a Rotarian at the Rotary of Bakersfield, a member of the Young Presidents Organization (YPO), a presenter and a consultant.

Currently, Mr. Clayton serves on the Board of Directors for the following organizations: California State University, Bakersfield Foundation, Young Presidents Organization, Bakersfield ARC (BARC), Bakersfield Symphony Orchestra, Mid State Development, Mendiburu Magic Foundation and Mercy Hospitals Community Benefit Committee.

Mr. Clayton has also served as Bakersfield College Foundation Board Chairman; Chairman of the Workforce Investment Board; Chairman of the Employers Training Resource Youth Council; Board of Directors for Greater Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce; Bakersfield City School District Advisory Committee; Kern County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce; Kern County Network for Children; and Mercy Hospital Chairman of Bakersfield Community Board to name only a few.

RSVP to Kassie Mullican at and include any dietary restrictions.

The Dean’s Executive and Research Seminar is open to the community. Parking is available in Lot G.

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