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Prince Lorenzo Borghese, who appeared in the fall 2006 season of The Bachelor: Rome, will serve as a guest lecturer on Tuesday, April 3, Chancellor's Suite, University Center, at 6:30 p.m.

Borghese, who is a skin-care and cosmetics entrepreneur, is the latest of some 50 entrepreneurs who visit the Stillman School each academic year to speak about their experiences to students in the entrepreneurial studies program and other Stillman programs.

Borghese is visiting the University as part of the Distinguished Entrepreneur Lecture Series at the request of Brian Fitzpatrick, member of Center for Entrepreneurial Studies Advisory Board, adjunct professor, and CEO of Bentley Laboratories.

About Prince Lorenzo Borghese

Borghese, born in Italy and raised in the United States, comes from an illustrious family of the Italian nobility, counting among his ancestors Pope Paul V (Camillo Borghese) and Cardinal Scipione Borghese. His grandmother, Marcella Borghese, created her own cosmetics line known as the Princess Marcella Borghese Cosmestic Line.

Following in his family’s tradition of creating the finest natural cosmetics, Borghese founded Royal Treatment Italian Pet Spa, a line of high-end bath, body and skin care products for pets. He is also a managing partner with his father, Francesco Borghese, at GT Partners, a private label Italian cosmetics company. In addition, Borghese is executive vice president of Multimedia Exposure, Inc., a family-owned business that acts as an agency for various products for television shopping channels in the U.S. and Europe.

Borghese graduated from Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida, has an M.B.A. from Fordham University in New York.

This event is open to the Seton Hall University Community.

For more information please contact:
Susan Scherreik, Director
(973) 275-2251


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