Ronald Ellis


Ronald Ellis

Ronald Ellis (born March 14, 1953 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American businessman and currently serves as the chief operating officer of E-Star, Inc.. Ellis was recorded as the youngest graduate of Wharton's MBA program at the time of his graduation from the school in 1977 (age 24).

Biography

Ellis was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He attended Benjamin Franklin High School in Philadelphia before attending the University of Pennsylvania, where he earned a Bachelor's degree in electrical engineering in 1974 followed by a dual Master's in electrical engineering and business administration in 1977.

His work is widely in software engineering, where he was the sole developer or part of the development teams of some of the industry's earliest enterprise applications (payroll), namely Abra Cadabra.

Awards and Recognition

*Earned an MBA from Wharton in 1977 at the age of 24. At that time, the youngest graduate of such a program in the Ivy League.

External links

* [http://www.wharton.upenn.edu/whartonfacts/news_and_events/newsreleases/2004| Wharton Facts]
* [http://www.estarnow.com/team_photos/r_ellis.htm| E-Star bio]
* [http://www.zoominfo.com/people/Ellis_Ronald_78683264.aspx| Zoom Info Profile]


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