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Dr. Anita Enriquez Borja
Senior Vice President
School of Business and Public Administration
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Noteworthy: Promotions and New Hires â€“ Sept/Oct 2014 | Guam Business Magazine
Anita B. Enriquez has been named the University of Guam's senior vice president of academic and student affairs.
She was previously interim senior vice president and has served as the dean of the School of Business and Public Administration.
She joined the university in 1995.
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Anita Enriquez PhD.,
Dean, School of Business and Public Administration
University of Guam
"I think the recipe book is ...
"I think the recipe book is fantastic and it's just a wonderful collection of all these yummy recipes contributed by many different authors, sharing their inspiration," says guest and recipe contributor, Anita Borja Enriquez, D.B.A., Dean for the School of Business and Public Administration at the University of Guam.
In speaking of her
says, "My inspiration came from when I held a couple of really nice, formal dinner parties and I decided to experiment with something that I thought my guests would like as an appetizer.
AmOrient Engineering celebrated its ...
AmOrient Engineering celebrated its partnership with Coffman Engineers Inc. with a cocktail reception June 13 at the Hilton Guam Resort & Spa. (From left) Noel Enriquez, director of Micronesian region and federal programs, AECOM; Anita Borja Enriquez, dean of the School of Business and Public Administration, University of Guam, and wife of Noel; Skip Bourgeois, corporate marketing manager, Coffman Engineers Inc.; Renie "Rey" Llaneta, Western Pacific region manager, Chugach Alaska Corp.; and John W. Thielst, Honolulu office managing principal, Coffman Engineers.
Becker Announces Agreement with Univ. of Guam: Offer CPA Exam Review - Becker CPA Exam Review
"This is an exciting opportunity for all professionals in Guam who are interested in advancing their career though a CPA designation," said Dr. Anita Borja-Enriquez, dean of the School of Business and Public Administration at the University of Guam.