BURLINGTON, Vt.–Paul Millman, vice president and CEO of Chroma Technology Corp. in Rockingham, Vt., was invited to spend a day on the Champlain College campus on November 29 as part of a new Champlain Division of Business initiative called Executive Spotlight.The mission of Executive Spotlight is to engage Champlain College students, faculty and the broader Champlain community with business leaders who have made a significant contribution to Vermont and its economy. Millman spent the afternoon speaking with students and participating in a roundtable discussion with faculty members. The program concluded with a reception in the historic Morgan Room.In an international marketing course, Millman spoke with students about the importance of cultural sensitivity and the acquired skills necessary to successfully conduct business around the globe. He related some of his experiences doing business in China, Japan, India and Germany.Chroma Technology is an employee-owned company that manufactures microscope filters from the ultra-violet to the near-infrared portions of the spectrum. Chroma serves the scientific and technical communities. It takes pride in being environmentally conscious, having made a significant investment in its facilities to maximize energy efficiencies.Over the past several years, Chroma has been the recipient of numerous awards, including One of the Best Places to Work in Vermont, an award presented jointly by Vermont Business Magazine, Vermont Chamber of Commerce, Vermont Department of Labor, Vermont Department of Economic Development and the Society for Human Resource Management in November 2006.Last year the company was also named Exporter of the Year by the Vermont Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Commerce. Chroma exports to more than 52 countries, with export sales totaling more than 40 percent of all sales. Earlier this fall, Chroma Technology was awarded a 5x5x5 Growth Award, which honors the five fastest-growing companies over the past five years in five major categories. Chroma has been honored four out of the last five years in the technology category.The host of the Executive Spotlight initiative, Champlain Colleges Division of Business, has a longstanding reputation for academic excellence and close ties to the Vermont business community. The Divisions degree programs include Accounting, Business, e-Business Management, Hotel/Restaurant Management, Event Management, International Business, Marketing and Paralegal Studies.