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There is a saying that if you want something done, talk to a busy person. Gail Hutchison could easily be that person.
When you have your own video production company, teach yoga and have managed to secure a US patent on a new yoga product, how do you find time for graduate school? There is a saying that if you want something done, talk to a busy person. Gail Hutchison could easily be that person. She has managed to keep a number of balls in the air and still say yes to a Master in Management in Higher Education degree offered by Morris Graduate School of Management. A Hoffman Estates resident, Gail was convinced by her fiancé that an advanced degree would help make her more marketable – and the fact that he was working on his master’s convinced her to apply.
Much of Gail’s experience with her company, Joy Productions, has been related to education. She would like to get into the classroom, not only with a video camera, but also as an instructor in higher education. A former resident of Evanston, and ETHS graduate, Gail has taught yoga and dance and has acquired years of experience in video communications and electronic project management. With such diverse experiences, she is looking to tie it all together with an advanced degree.