Juris Doctor, Loyola University School of Law, New Orleans, Louisiana Master of International Management, American Graduate School of International Management, Glendale, Arizona Bachelor of Arts, Economics and French, Loyola University, New Orleans, Louisiana
international business law, marketing, and negotiations
Lynnette Guzzino is a professor at Thomas More University and has taught international business at the graduate and undergraduate level for over 17 years with additional instruction in business law, marketing, and negotiations. She is an advocate of study abroad and has taken students to London, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, assisted with a student service-learning program to Jamaica, a site visit to Peru, and travelled to China with the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.
Guzzino holds a Bachelor of Arts in French and economics from Loyola University, New Orleans, and studied abroad at the University de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, Poitiers, France. She completed a Master of International Management degree from Thunderbird, School of Global Management, Arizona, including a study abroad program to Brussels, Belgium. She was awarded a Juris Doctorate degree from Loyola University College of Law School, studied in Cuernavaca, Mexico, and holds licenses to practice law in Louisiana and Kentucky.
Corporate experience includes working for Grey advertising in New York, Paris, and Madrid as an account manager on Procter & Gamble and Playtex business. Guzzino has language proficiency in French and Spanish with studies in Russian and Chinese. She practiced general civil law and directed the pro bono program with Legal Aid of the Bluegrass, and served as counsel with Hammonds Law Group, a business immigration law firm.
Active in the community, Guzzino has been involved with various international organizations including the Northern Kentucky Chamber International Trade Association (board member), European American Chamber of Commerce, Hispanic and Chinese Chambers, Kentucky World Trade Association, Academy of International Business and Greater Cincinnati World Affairs Council.
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