degree, quantitative business analysis, Pennsylvania State University Political experience: One term as state representative; two terms Board of Selectmen; seven years Uxbridge School Building Committee Issues: Encourage job expansion by creating an environment of less government intervention in private businesses; continue focus on reducing government waste, fraud and abuse, such as closing the cash option on EBT cards.
What does QBAN stand for?
QBAN stands for Quantitative Business Analysis (college courses)
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State Data Center Carole Cochran, Project Coordinator, Kids Count Kareen Dougherty, Program Manager, PTAC Beth Adamson, Executive Director, Family Business Initiative Linda Burcham, Senior Secretary, FBI Nancy Kniffen Craig, Information Officer Thelma Lind, Office Supervisor Darlene Bottolfson, Accounting Assistant Pat Goebel, Senior Secretary Debbie Stalvig, Secretary Editorial Review Board Jon Carpenter, Professor of Accounting Jack Powell, Professor of Quantitative Business Analysis & Management Information Systems BiJay Naik, Assoc.
He studied quantitative business analysis at Louisiana State University and accounting at the University of South Alabama, and is licensed as a certified public accountant.
King has a Quantitative Business Analysis BS degree from The Pennsylvania State University, an Information Engineering Certificate from George Mason University's School of Information and Technology, and a Software Systems Engineering MS degree from George Mason University's School of Information Technology and Engineering.
In addition, he was a faculty member at the University of Southern California in quantitative business analysis, at San Diego State University in health services management, at the University of San Diego in marketing, and with the American Medical Group Association in operations management.