Mount St. Joseph University announces Don Bush, retired partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP and a past chairman of the Mount’s Board of Trustees, will be honored as a Wolohan Masters Academy inductee at Mount Jubilee and Inauguration Gala, a scholarship benefit on April 28 at 6 p.m. at the Renaissance Cincinnati Downtown Hotel.
The Wolohan Masters Academy is named for Georgine Braidic Wolohan ‘63, a longtime philanthropic supporter of the University and dedicated volunteer in numerous organizations in the greater Cincinnati community. The Wolohan Masters Academy was established to honor alumni and community leaders by building a network of relationships that will provide students with experiences of mentorship and opportunities to share their professional and personal experiences.
Bush will discuss, “Establishing the correlation between a successful and satisfying career and life long community service,” in Mount classes as a Wolohan Master Academy lecturer. Bush spent 34 years with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP before forming AEM Development Corporation. He has served on Boards of numerous organizations including Dan Beard Council Boy Scouts of America, Downtown Cincinnati Inc., and TechSolve Ohio Edison Center for Advanced Manufacturing. He is also past Chair of the United Way of Greater Cincinnati Tocqueville Society.
“The Wolohan Masters Academy will benefit significantly from Don Bush’s experiences at building a successful career and his sharing that with our students,” said H. James Williams, Ph.D., president of the Mount. “This is a unique opportunity to connect our students with key people in the Greater Cincinnati community and take learning beyond the classroom.”
Previous inductees into the Wolohan Masters Academy include:
• Mary E. (Cashman) Ivers ’71, Founder, Dress for Success
• Donald J. Doyle, Jr. ‘89, Senior Vice President, Cincinnati Financial Corporation
• Michael Schueler, CEO, The Schueler Group
• Nancy Welsh Sorg ’63, retired, pediatric nursing; community volunteer
• Peg Bradley Doppes ‘79, Director of Athletics and Recreation, University of Denver
• Bernadette Coutain Plair ’63, conservationist and retired researcher for the Cincinnati Zoo
Bush lives in Loveland with his wife, Jan.
Tickets for Mount Jubilee and Inauguration Gala are $125 per person and all proceeds benefit the Mount Scholarship Fund that supports up to 1,000 students per year. Tickets are available at www.msj.edu/jubilee or by calling 513-244-4871.