Chiefs’ financial officer will be Nachitgal Lecturer Sept. 29

Tabor College will kick off the Nachtigall Lecture Series on Entrepreneurship with Dan Crumb chief financial officer for the Kansas City Chiefs at 7 p.m. Sept. 29 in the Tabor Chapel.

Crumb begin his tenure with the Chiefs in 2010 and has been instrumental in strengthening the club’s business operations by instituting changes that have improved the team’s business efficiency, including implementation of new payroll and accounting systems, strengthening business continuity and disaster recovery plans and enhancing the ticket distribution process for games and special events.

In addition to his success behind the desk, Crumb holds board positions with Harvesters Community Food Network and Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas. Prior to his move to Kansas City, Crumb was involved personally and professionally with rebuilding efforts following Hurricane Katrina.

Assistant Professor of Business Bonnie Schwartz is coordinating the series at Tabor.

“The Nachtigall Lecture Series is one way for our students to hear from experts in their field,” Schwartz said. “Mr. Crumb provides a unique perspective of business and community engagement. We teach our students that service is paramount to success and his experience matches nicely with Tabor’s mission.”

The goal of the series is to bring high profile, nationally recognized and inspiring entrepreneurs and educator to Tabor. Guest lecturers provide information about their business experiences and activities to explain to students how they can become successful.

“We are grateful to Dean and Carol Nachtigall and their family for providing support for the series,” said Jules Glanzer, Tabor College president. “

Tabor invites Hillsboro and the surrounding community to participate in the entrepreneurial series.

For more information on speakers and schedules, visit tabor.edu/nachtigall.

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