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Corporate Q&A - with Dean, Idie Kesner

Corporate Q&A

with dean, idie kesner

Dean Kesner answers questions about the Kelley School's Corporate Partners, and how their support fits into her long-term vision regarding diversity and global programs...


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KSBAA Board Profile

Matthew S. Muller MBA'10

Matthew S. Muller

Matt is the Chief Operating Officer of Aeon Imaging, LLC, a Bloomington-based start-up company that develops cost-effective imaging technology to reduce disparities in health care. Spun out of the Indiana University School of Optometry, Aeon continues to work closely with IU, as well as with the University of California at Berkeley, under a Phase II Small Business Innovation Research grant. Matt directs this project, which inserts Aeon’s retina cameras into community clinics to screen for diabetic eye disease.

Matt graduated with an M.B.A. from the Kelley Direct program in 2010, and holds B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Engineering Physics from Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada. Matt is a Life Member of the IU Alumni Association, and served as a Student Representative to the Kelley School of Business Alumni Association Board of Directors for two years prior to starting his term as a Member of the Board.