Lana earned her MBA in Management from Fordham’s Graduate School The Gabelli School of Business. Degree from Fordham University’s undergraduate School of Business in International Finance, International Marketing and French. Prior to becoming the Executive Director of the Women’s Mentoring Network, Lana worked at various investment banking institutions and was an accomplished corporate loan portfolio manager and manager of corporate loan closings.
He called it the “trickle down Lance effect.”Armstrong’s confession will make things worse for the cycling community in the near future, but it may do some good in the long run, especially for young cyclists who are competing “with honor, and competing clean,” Overton said.Overton, and others in the cycling community, were disappointed with Armstrong’s decision to confess to Winfrey, who some say won’t ask Armstrong hard questions because she sympathizes with him.”Personally I’d like to see him go on Jon Stewart because he’s going to rip him a new one, and that’s what needs to happen,” Overton said. “The biggest thing is to testify under oath, instead of doing it in this controlled, manipulated, public relations fashion that he’s doing with Oprah.”Chris Jacobson, owner of Sports Garage Cycling in Boulder, said Armstrong’s decision to come clean with Winfrey is a reflection of his personality as a competitor manipulative, calculating and in control.”He’s always been a strategic thinker,” Jacobson said. “Because Oprah is America’s darling, he can be very contrite.
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