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After Global Wealth Management Brian Sepe Undertakes New Challenges As Miami Dade College Dean Of Business

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Written by on February 9, 2012

Armed with the 31 years of experience he gained at Merrill Lynch Global Wealth Management, Brian Sepe is taking the reins as dean of Miami Dade College’s business school.

Most recently, Mr. Sepe served as managing director and head of Latin America & Canada Wealth Management, where he was responsible for business operations and risk management, growth initiatives and strategic development.

"I had had a good run… but I felt like I made my contribution, paid my dues and was ready to come home," he said. "I wanted to do something different, a new chapter. I had been approached by some attractive opportunities with impressive people in the industry, but I was ready to do something else."

As dean of the business school, a position he has held since Jan. 3, Mr. Sepe said he is working to ensure that all graduates find work after leaving Miami Dade College.

"My short-term goal is to get everybody a job with this graduating class," he said. "It’s a tall order, but I won’t breathe well until we accomplish that."

Mr. Sepe discussed how he plans to put his financial background to work at the business school, his push to expand the school’s reach and his goals for the school’s future with Miami Today staff writer Ashley Hopkins at the Miami Dade College Wolfson Campus.To read the entire issue of Miami Today online, subscribe to e -Miami Today, an exact digital replica of the printed edition. To read this profile article in its entirety, subscribe to e-MiamiToday. With the e-MiamiToday you will be able to read the entire contents of Miami Today online exactly as it appears in print. Or order this issue, to receive a regular printed copy of this week’s Miami Today. You may also subscribe to the printed edition of Miami Today to receive the newspaper every week by mail. If you are reading this in Miami Today’s “Online Archive” as an archived web page and would like to see the entire article that was published, call Miami Today, 305-358-2663 and ask for the Circulation Department.   Top Front Page About Miami Today Put Your Message in Miami Today Contact Miami Today © Copyright 2012 Miami Today designed and produced by Green Dot Advertising and Marketingvar gaJsHost = ((“https:” == document.location.protocol) ? “https://ssl.” : “http://www.”);document.write(unescape(“%3Cscript src='” + gaJsHost + “google-analytics.com/ga.js’ type=’text/javascript’%3E%3C/script%3E”));var pageTracker = _gat._getTracker(“UA-4990655-1″);pageTracker._initData();pageTracker._trackPageview(); var _rsCI=”us-bpaww”; var _rsCG=”0″; var _rsDN=”//secure-us.imrworldwide.com/”; var _rsPLfl=0; var _rsSE=1; var _rsSM=1.0; var _rsCL=1;

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