Center for Executive Education to offer Lean Six Sigma program in May

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A Lean Six Sigma presentation on the Atlanta campus. Photo by Mercer University

Mercer University’s Center for Executive Education is now registering individuals for its next offering of the Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt certificate program, which will take place 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. May 19 on the Cecil B. Day Campus in Atlanta.

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The program, led by Dr. Myriam Quispe-Agnoli, associate professor of economics at Mercer, and Dr. Eric Kushins, assistant professor of management at Berry College, provides entry-level certification for individuals interested in understanding the Lean Six Sigma managerial approach and developing a process improvement toolkit. 

Click here for more information and to register for the course, which costs $500. Mercer students and employees are eligible for a 75% discount, and other special pricing is available for alumni and groups of three or more from the same organization. Registration fees cover program materials, eight hours of instruction, breakfast, lunch and refreshments during the program, and a Mercer certificate of completion. The deadline to register is March 10. 

For more information, or to lock in a discounted rate, contact Jeff Wolfe, director of the Center for Executive Education, at

The Center for Executive Education, housed in Mercer’s Stetson-Hatcher School of Business, aims to help organizations meet the need for practical and useful knowledge that facilitates critical thinking by maximizing human capital through innovative and state-of-the-art programs. The Center offers a portfolio of customized corporate and open-enrollment certificate programs developed by the most forward-thinking minds in academia and industry. 

Jennifer Falk is the director of digital communications at Mercer University and editor-in-chief of The Den. She creates and supervises the development of written and multimedia content for primary University web pages and e-newsletters, including The Den and This Week @ Mercer. In addition, she collaborates with schools and offices to maintain web content and examines data and analytics to drive content creation decisions. She also serves as a member of the University's social media committee.