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Mutzig to present 2019 Battenfield-Carletti Distinguished Entrepreneur Lecture - April 3

(Tahlequah, Oklahoma) - Todd Mutzig, entrepreneur and owner of Meigs Jewelry, will present the Northeastern State University 2019 Battenfield-Carletti Distinguished Entrepreneur Lecture on Wednesday, April 3 at 10 a.m. in the Webb Auditorium. The event is free and open to the public. The lecture will also be live streamed to the NSU Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/NSURiverHawks.

Mutzig is from Tahlequah. He and his wife Paula have owned Meigs Jewelry for more than 20 years. Mutzig is a third-generation business owner with a 1991 marketing degree from Northeastern State University. He also has numerous certificates from the Gemological Institute of America. He and Paula have used their education and their love of fashion to advance Meigs Jewelry from a small-town jeweler to a regional destination that offers a full-service experience tailored to each customer’s unique style and special occasion. Their integrity is the solid foundation that they continue to build upon, while adapting to an ever-changing retail environment that demands continued relevance.

Mutzig also gives back to his community through volunteerism and philanthropy. He was instrumental in establishing the Tahlequah Main Street Association and the “My Tahlequah” community cleanup day.  He serves on the boards of the Tahlequah Area Chamber of Commerce, the Tahlequah Hospital Foundation and the NSU Foundation. In addition, Meigs Jewelry has donated a piece of emerald jewelry each year to NSU’s Emerald Ball gala.

Established in 2002 by Dr. Harold Battenfield and Dr. John Carletti through the NSU Foundation, the Battenfield-Carletti Distinguished Entrepreneur Lecture Series brings NSU alumni to campus to share their entrepreneurial experiences with students.

To learn more about the Battenfield-Carletti Distinguished Entrepreneur Lecture Series, contact 918-444-4200.

For more information about the NSU Foundation or how to become a donor, call 918-458-2143 or email alumni@nsuok.edu.

Published: 3/7/2019 3:33:10 PM

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