Paul Bucciarelli is a business consultant with the Duquesne University SBDC and serves in the New Castle/Lawrence County Area. He recently retired from the PNC Financial Services Group after 19 years as a VP - Supply Chain Manager. Paul holds a Master's in Business Administration from Youngstown State University and a Bachelor's degree in Advertising and Journalism from Penn State. He is a part-time faculty member for the Penn State Shenango Campus, and he also serves on the Advisory Board for PSU - Shenango.
Tunca Cali is the Marketing, Training and Informatics Manager of the Duquesne University Small Business Development Center. He earned his MBA degree from Duquesne University. He has worked with several clients over the past years and helped them to develop marketing strategies as well as marketing and coordinating the training events offered by the SBDC.
Marketing, Training and Informatics Manager
Don Lodge is a Business Consultant at the Duquesne University Small Business Development Center. He is also a certified business coach who has worked with over 100 small business clients since 2002. His areas of expertise include profitability improvement, effective sales techniques, and employee relations.
Douglas Harding brings over 35 years of managing international business development activities for various multinational heavy industrial manufacturing companies, including a new venture within PPG Industries. Having traveled extensively throughout Latin America, Europe, Middle East, and Asia, Douglas has a deep intuitive understanding of business interactions in diverse cultural settings and has been able to bridge the culture gap to lead new business activities in many international industrial markets.
Douglas has been a Visiting Instructor in Management at the University of Pittsburgh-Greensburg campus as well as an Adjunct Instructor in the College of Business Administration at PITT’s Oakland campus where he taught Strategic Management and Introduction to Management courses as well as International Economics courses in the Dietrich’s School of Arts & Sciences. Douglas has also taught International Business, Strategic Management and Public Affairs Management in Duquesne University’s A. J. Palumbo School of Business; and International Business courses at Waynesburg University’s Professional MBA program, and a Chatham University.
Rich Longo is currently the Interim Director of Duquesne University/School of Business/ Small Business Development Center (SBDC) where he assists new and existing businesses in the areas of business plan development: financial forecasting/financial statement development: marketing strategy and implementation plans. Rich is also certified in Technology Commercialization.
Previous positions held include Owner/CEO of RIOL; LLC a boutique consulting firm specializing in Group Medical Practice Management, Pay for Performance, Accountable Care Organizations (ACO’S), and Productivity and Quality Outcomes-based physician-based compensation and Senior Vice President, Network Management for Devon Health Services, Inc. King of Prussia, PA, one of the largest regional PPOs in the Northeast.
Rich has also served as adjunct faculty at
Michele Migliuolo, a multi-decade advisor, coach, and investor to technology startups, is an entrepreneur who has co-founded five high technology companies in the semiconductor, medical device, and energy sectors. He has decades' experience as an executive in manufacturing and sales of scientific capital equipment and analytical instruments.
Michele is a Professor and Director of the Center for Excellence in Entrepreneurship at Duquesne University's Palumbo Donahue School of Business. Recently Michele was an Executive in Residence at TechGROWTH Ohio, a Venture Development Organization funded in part by the State of Ohio's Third Frontier Fund, and Commercialization Alliance Manager at Innovation Works, the seventh most active seed-stage investor in the United States, where he managed the relationships between member organizations to provide world-class commercialization expertise and take the lead on accelerating technology transfer of federal research performed at the Department of Energy's (DOE) National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL).
Michele is fluent in multiple languages, and is a member of the APS, the ASMS, and the IEEE, and has published over eighty papers, including patents, refereed publications, contributed proceedings, and invited presentations.