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Margaret Andrews (Mind and Hand Associates, LLC)
Session: C3 - Executive Education: Increasing Revenue and Recognition
Bio: Margaret Andrews is Associate Dean for Management Programs at Harvard University’s Division of Continuing Education and the founder of Mind and Hand Associates, a research-based strategy consulting firm dedicated to serving the higher education community. Prior to launching the firm, she held a variety of senior management positions and conducted strategy and marketing projects in a number of industries. From 1999-2006, Margaret was Executive Director at the MIT Sloan School of Management, where she managed the MBA program, Admissions, Student Affairs, Career Development, Alumni Relations, the MIT Sloan Management Review, and Marketing.

Banny Banerjee (Stanford University)
Session: B4 - Design Thinking in Management Education
Bio: Prof Banny Banerjee is Associate Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department at Stanford. He is the Director of the Stanford Program in Design, and head of the Stanford Design for Change Center. Prof Banerjee is involved in exploring trans-disciplinary mechanisms and paradigms that would cause large scale impact for global issues such as energy and climate change and using Design thinking to craft desirable futures combining innovation, technology, new ecosystems for business, sustainability and the dynamics of rapid change. He has a worked in the fields of architecture, design, structural engineering, energy, mechanical engineering, economic development work in emerging economies, sustainability, and software design. He also maintains an active interest in interactive art.

Robert F. Bruner (University of Virginia-Darden)
Session: A2 - AACSB Globalization of Management Education Task Force Report
Bio: Robert F. Bruner is the Dean of the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business. He was named to the position in 2005. He is also the Charles C. Abbott Professor of Business Administration at Darden. Bruner’s areas of teaching, research, and writing include corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, investing in emerging markets, and financial crises, among other business topics. His latest book, The Panic of 1907: Lessons Learned from the Market’s Perfect Storm, with Sean D. Carr, was published in 2007. He holds the B.A. degree from Yale University and the M.B.A. and D.B.A. degrees from Harvard University.

James W. Dean, Jr. (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Session: B2 - Alliances / Global Collaboration
Bio: James W. Dean Jr. is dean, a professor of organizational behavior and a Sarah Graham Kenan Distinguished Scholar at UNC Kenan-Flagler. Dean has served in range of senior positions at Kenan-Flagler including senior associate dean for academic affairs (2007-2008), associate dean of Executive Development (2002-2007) and associate dean of the MBA Program from 1998-2002. Dean’s research is published in many top academic and business journals, including the Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Harvard Business Review, Organization Science and Strategic Management Journal. He earned his PhD and master’s degrees in organizational behavior from Carnegie Mellon University. He earned his BA from The Catholic University.

Joseph A. DiAngelo, Jr. (Saint Joseph's University)
Session: A1 - AACSB Standards Update
Bio: Dr. Joseph DiAngelo, Jr., serves as Dean of the Erivan K. Haub School of Business at Saint Joseph’s University. He served as President of the Middle Atlantic Association of Colleges of Business Administration, as a member of the AACSB Pre-Accreditation Committee, Chair of the Candidacy Committee and as Secretary-Treasurer of the Board of Directors of AACSB. He presently serves on the Academic Quality Committee of AACSB. He has served as a consultant and /or Chair of Peer Review Teams for over 35 schools throughout the world seeking accreditation. In 2008 he was elected to a 4 year term on the Board of Governors of Beta Gamma Sigma. Dr. DiAngelo’s research has been published in Management and HR journals including Business Economics, Business Forum, The SAM Advanced Management Journal, and Personnel. He is a member of the American Arbitration Association, The Society of Human Resource Management and the American Society of Training and Development. His academic specialization is human resource management.

Marie Eiter (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Session: C3 - Executive Education: Increasing Revenue and Recognition
Bio: Dr. Marie Eiter has extensive experience in formulating strategies and implementing programs in management education and leadership development. From 2001-2006 Marie was Executive Director of Executive Education at the MIT Sloan School of Management. At MIT, she was responsible for the development and management of open-enrollment and custom-designed programs that provide executives and their firms with leading-edge business knowledge. During her tenure as Executive Director, Sloan’s ranking in custom executive education went from unranked to #6 in the Financial Times Annual Survey. During the same period revenues increased 300%. In 2007, Marie became Senior Director responsible for business development.

Pankaj Ghemawat (IESE Business School)
Session: Plenary III - The Globalization of Business Education: Through the Lens of Semiglobalization
Bio: Pankaj Ghemawat spent 25 years on the full-time faculty at Harvard Business School and is currently the Anselmo Rubiralta Professor of Global Strategy at IESE Business School in Barcelona. His award-winning book, Redefining Global Strategy, was published in 2007 by Harvard Business School Press, which will also release his Globalization SOS in late 2009. He serves on the AACSB’s Globalization of Management Education task force and in 2008, was named Educator of the Year by the Business Policy and Strategy Division of the Academy of Management

Laura Goodwin (The Osborne Group Inc.)
Session: Luncheon and Plenary II - Weathering the Storm: Best and Next Fund Development Practices in a Turbulent Economy
Bio: A highly-sought after trainer and consultant, Laura Goodwin brings her experience with a diverse client base to her interactive, hands-on, real-life training sessions. After many years in higher education development, Laura joined The Osborne Group in 2002. Since then, Laura has worked with clients in all not-for-profit sectors to provide extensive face-to-face, online and phone conference training, in addition to playing a traditional consulting role for her clients. For the firms’ training clients, she has refined a model to provide institutional training to a network of affiliated offices. For all her clients, she specializes in providing tailored approaches that borrow best practices from across the not-for-profit sector and deliver creative solutions for large and small shops.

Stuart L. Hart
Session: A4 - Integrating Sustainability into the Curriculum
Bio: Stuart L. Hart is the Samuel C. Johnson Chair of Sustainable Global Enterprise and Professor of Management at Cornell University’s Johnson School of Management. Professor Hart is one of the world’s top authorities on the implications of sustainable development and environmentalism for business strategy. He has published over 50 papers and authored or edited five books. His article “Beyond Greening: Strategies for a Sustainable World” won the McKinsey Award for Best Article in the Harvard Business Review for 1997 and helped launch the movement for corporate sustainability. With C.K. Prahalad, Hart also wrote the pathbreaking 2002 article “The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid,” which provided the first articulation of how business could profitably serve the needs of the four billion poor in the developing world. His new book, Capitalism at the Crossroads, was published by Wharton School Publishing in 2005. The second edition of the book with a new Foreword by Al Gore was published in 2007.

Santiago Iñiguez de Onzoño (IE Business School)
Session: B2 - Alliances / Global Collaboration
Bio: Santiago Iniguez is the Rector of IE University and the Dean of IE Business School. He studied at Complutense University and the University of Oxford. He holds a PhD in Law and an MBA. Financial Times portrayed him as “one of the most significant figures in promoting European business schools internationally” and Global Focus as “one of the most thoughtful and outspoken” deans. He serves on the boards of Global Foundation for Management Education, EFMD, AMBA, Centrum Business School (Peru), Antai Business School (China), and the Awarding Body of EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System). He co-edits www.deanstalk.net

Kjell R. Knudsen (University of Minnesota Duluth)
Session: Friday Bonus Session: Peer Review Training

John Kraft (University of Florida)
Session: B1 - Addressing the Business Faculty Shortage
Bio: John Kraft became Dean of the Warrington College of Business Administration, the Hough Graduate School of Business, and the Fisher School of Accounting at UF in July 1990. Prior to becoming Dean at Florida, he was Dean of the College of Business at Arizona State University. At Florida, Dean Kraft has provided leadership for a major enhancement of the School. The College's total budget has improved from $10 million to $53 million; the College's endowment has risen from $10 million to $135 million; graduate enrollment has expanded from 300 to 1600 students.

Craig M. McAllaster (Roy E. Crummer Graduate School of Business)
Session: A3 - No Wonder B-Schools Deans Don't Last Long: A Lack of Succession Planning
Bio: Craig has been dean of the Crummer Graduate School of Business since 2000 and at Rollins since 1994. Prior to academia he worked in the consumer products and electronics sector. His research and speaking interests are in the areas of influence, leadership, consulting, and organizational change. He received his BS from the University of Arizona, MS from Alfred University, MA and Doctorate from Columbia University.

Donald L. McCabe (Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey-Newark/New Brunswick)
Session: C2 - Business Students and Academic Ethics - The Latest Oxymoron?
Bio: Don is a Professor of Management & Global Business at Rutgers University. In the last nineteen years he has done extensive research on college cheating, surveying over 175,000 students at more than 170 schools. He is the founding president of the Center for Academic Integrity, a consortium of over 350 schools based at Clemson who are joined in a united effort to promote academic integrity among students and faculty. Don has a Ph.D. in Management from NYU (1985) and he worked for over 20 years in the corporate world before joining Rutgers in 1988.

Lucienne Mochel (AACSB International)
Session: C1 - AACSB Standards Update
Bio: Lucienne Mochel joined AACSB International in November 2004 and currently serves as assistant vice president of Accreditation Servicesoverseeing daily operations of the accreditation department and managing the accreditation committees and processes. Lucienne maintains relationships with 555 accredited business schools and assists about 200 schools seeking AACSB accreditation. Prior to joining AACSB, Lucienne worked for more than 20 years in training and workforce developmentdirector of Employment and Training for the municipality of Rotterdam in the Netherlands and as program administrator for a large non-profit organization in the U.S. Lucienne has a bachelor’s degree in Career Guidance Counseling from the Academy of Man and Labor in Tilburg, the Netherlands, a master’s Degree in Management, Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness from the University of South Florida, and is currently enrolled in the DBA program at Grenoble Ecole de Management in France.

Lucienne Mochel (AACSB International)
Session: Friday Bonus Session: Peer Review Training
Bio: Lucienne Mochel joined AACSB International in November 2004 and currently serves as assistant vice president of Accreditation Servicesoverseeing daily operations of the accreditation department and managing the accreditation committees and processes. Lucienne maintains relationships with 555 accredited business schools and assists about 200 schools seeking AACSB accreditation. Prior to joining AACSB, Lucienne worked for more than 20 years in training and workforce developmentdirector of Employment and Training for the municipality of Rotterdam in the Netherlands and as program administrator for a large non-profit organization in the U.S. Lucienne has a bachelor’s degree in Career Guidance Counseling from the Academy of Man and Labor in Tilburg, the Netherlands, a master’s Degree in Management, Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness from the University of South Florida, and is currently enrolled in the DBA program at Grenoble Ecole de Management in France.

Gail K. Naughton (San Diego State University)
Session: Wednesday Bonus Workshop: Responding to the Global Impact on Business Schools
Bio: Gail K. Naughton, Ph.D., has been the Dean of the College of Business Administration at San Diego State University since August 2002. Prior to that, she spent more than 15 years at Advanced Tissue Sciences, where she was the company’s co-founder and co-inventor of its core technology. While at SDSU, Dr. Naughton has spearheaded a number of unique MBA programs in partnership with industry, has played an instrumental role in the industry committee of AACSB and is a member of the Board of Directors of AACSB International. She also sits on two public boards, C.R. Bard, Inc. and Celera Inc.

Andrew J. Policano (University of California, Irvine)
Session: B1 - Addressing the Business Faculty Shortage
Bio: Andrew J. Policano has been Dean of The Paul Merage School of Business at the University of California, Irvine since August, 2004. Prior to that, he was Dean of the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Business. During the ten years while he was dean, the School’s endowment rose from around $6 million to over $100m. The Paul Merage School is highly recognized and acclaimed. In 2006, The Wall Street Journal ranked the school 6th in Information Technology; in 2003, Business Week ranked the intellectual contributions of the faculty 5th and in 2008, the Financial Times ranked the Executive MBA program 11th in the U.S. In the last four years, the School has received over $50 million in pledges to support its vision and mission. Policano has a Ph.D. in Economics from Brown University and a B.S. in Mathematics from Stony Brook University. His work in macroeconomics has been broadly published and he is an award winning teacher. He serves on the Board of Directors of two publicly traded companies, is a member of the Board of Directors of the Graduate Management Admissions Council and serves on the Investment Committee of the Orange County Community Foundation.

Lynne D. Richardson (Mississippi State University)
Session: A3 - No Wonder B-Schools Deans Don't Last Long: A Lack of Succession Planning
Bio: Lynne is an experienced and active dean with experience in several prestigious business schools. She has served on the board of AACSB International and is a frequent presenter at meetings and seminars. Lynne founded the Lessons for Aspiring Deans workshop for AACSB International, the highest rated workshops for potential deans. She received her B.B.A. from University of Montevallo, MBA from University of Alabama at Birmingham and PhD from the University of Alabama.

Alfons Sauquet (ESADE)
Session: A4 - Integrating Sustainability into the Curriculum
Bio: Alfons Sauquet is a lecturer at the Summer School, organized by the European Doctoral Association for Management in Business Administration, and principal researcher on the Learning and Knowledge in Organizations Research Group. He is a member of the Academic Council of the Association for Human Resources Management in International Organizations and a consultant to the United Nations Development Programme. He has been a consultant to various national and international organizations on learning, organizational culture, and change. Sauquet has served as director of ESADE’s Undergraduate and Master’s in Business Administration program, as visiting professor at the Stockholm School of Economics and Copenhagen Business School, and as lecturer at HEC Paris, Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam, and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

Blair H. Sheppard (Duke University)
Session: B2 - Alliances / Global Collaboration
Bio: Dean, Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and chair and founder of Duke Corporate Education. Blair has extensive experience working as a researcher, consultant, and teacher in the areas of leadership, corporate strategy, negotiation, organizational relationships, and organization design. Consulted to over 100 companies and governments including Eli Lilly and Company, GlaxoSmithKline, Johnson & Johnson, IBM, Merrill Lynch, Deutsche Bank, ABB, AT&T, the Canadian Government, Ernst & Young, Ford, LaFarge, Morgan Stanley, Norfolk Southern, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Siemens, Toronto Dominion Bank, United States Postal Service, and Wachovia. Blair has published over 50 books and articles. He earned a BA and MA from University of Western Ontario and PHD in Social and organizational psychology from University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign.

Denise T. Smart (Texas State University )
Session: B3 - Transformational Gifts for Business Schools
Bio: Denise T. Smart is Dean and Professor of Marketing of the McCoy College of Business Administration at Texas State University-San Marcos. Her Ph.D. is from Texas A&M University. She is a past president of the American Marketing Association Academic Division, the Southern Marketing Association and the Council of Texas Business Deans. She serves currently as vice president of the Southwestern Business Deans’ Association, on the advisory boards of the AACSB Women Administrators in Management Education affinity group, Southwest Texas Border Regional Small Business Development Centers, the McCoy College Development Foundation, and as a committee member of the AACSB PreAccreditation Committee.

Edward A. Snyder (The University of Chicago)
Session: Plenary I - How Business Schools differ from Consulting Firms and Corporations on their Global Strategy and Outcomes
Bio: Edward A. Snyder is dean and George Pratt Shultz Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business where he oversees academic programs in Chicago, London, and Singapore. His former roles include dean and Charles C. Abbott Professor of Business Administration in the Darden School at the University of Virginia, professor and senior associate dean at the University of Michigan Business School, and director of the Davidson Institute at the University of Michigan. He has served as an economist in the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice. Snyder’s research activities include insights into business practices, antitrust economics and enforcement, public policy, industrial organization, law and economics, and financial institutions. He is editor of the Journal of Law and Economics.

Jacky Yuk-chow So (Texas A&M International University)
Session: B3 - Transformational Gifts for Business Schools
Bio: Dr. Jacky Yuk-chow So is currently the dean, and Laredo National Bank/BBVA Group Distinguished Professor of International Finance, of the A. R. Sanchez, Jr. School Business at Texas A&M International University. He is also the executive director of the Academy of Entrepreneurial Finance. Dr. So received his Ph.D. degree from the Ohio State University. Dr. So is a member of the Council of Texas Business Deans and Southwestern Business Deans’ Association. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Laredo Development Foundation, the Small Business Development Center at University of Texas- San Antonio, the Laredo Asian Association, etc.

Richard E. Sorensen (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University)
Session: Wednesday Bonus Workshop: Responding to the Global Impact on Business Schools
Bio: Richard E. Sorensen became Dean of the Pamplin College of Business at Virginia Tech in July 1982. He was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Brooklyn’s Polytechnic University, and holds M.B.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the New York University Stern Graduate School of Business. He recently served as Chair of AACSB International and currently chairs the AACSB Doctoral Faculty Shortage Working Group. He recently served as Chair of the Global Foundation for Management Education (GFME), a joint organization of AACSB and efmd. He serves on the Controller General of the United States’ Educator’s Advisory Panel.

Richard E. Sorensen (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University)
Session: B1 - Addressing the Business Faculty Shortage
Bio: Richard E. Sorensen became Dean of the Pamplin College of Business at Virginia Tech in July 1982. He was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Brooklyn’s Polytechnic University, and holds M.B.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the New York University Stern Graduate School of Business. He recently served as Chair of AACSB International and currently chairs the AACSB Doctoral Faculty Shortage Working Group. He recently served as Chair of the Global Foundation for Management Education (GFME), a joint organization of AACSB and efmd. He serves on the Controller General of the United States’ Educator’s Advisory Panel.

Jerry E. Trapnell (AACSB International)
Session: A1 - AACSB Standards Update
Bio: Jerry Trapnell is Executive Vice President and Chief Accreditation Officer for AACSB International where he also served as the 2002-03 chair of the Board of Directors. He is the former dean of the College of Business and Behavioral Science at Clemson University and served as director and professor of the Clemson University School of Accountancy. He served on the faculty of the department of accounting at Louisiana State University-Baton Rouge for 10 years. Dr. Trapnell earned his Ph.D. from the University of Georgia in 1977, his B.S. and M.S. from Clemson University in 1968 and 1970, respectively.

Hal Varian (Google, Inc.)
Session: Plenary IV - Managing Knowledge Workers at Google
Bio: Hal R. Varian is the Chief Economist at Google. He started in May 2002 as a consultant and has been involved in many aspects of the company, including auction design, econometric, finance, corporate strategy and public policy. He also holds academic appointments at the University of California, Berkeley in three departments: business, economics, and information management. He received his SB degree from MIT in 1969 and his MA in mathematics and Ph.D. in economics from UC Berkeley in 1973. He has also taught at MIT, Stanford, Oxford, Michigan and other universities around the world. Dr. Varian is a fellow of the Guggenheim Foundation, the Econometric Society, and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He was Co-Editor of the American Economic Review from 1987-1990 and holds honorary doctorates from the University of Oulu, Finland and the University of Karlsruhe, Germany. Professor Varian has published numerous papers in economic theory, industrial organization, financial economics, econometrics and information economics. He is the author of two major economics textbooks which have been translated into 22 languages. He is the co-author of a bestselling book on business strategy, Information Rules: A Strategic Guide to the Network Economy and wrote a monthly column for the New York Times from 2000 to 2007.

Keith Womer (University of Missouri-St. Louis)
Session: B3 - Transformational Gifts for Business Schools
Bio: Keith Womer serves as Dean of the College of Business Administration at the University of Missouri – Saint Louis. He has previously served as Director of the Hearin Center for Enterprise Science at the University of Mississippi. He earned the Ph.D. in Economics from Penn State and a B.A. from Miami University. Dr. Womer has written extensively in the area of cost estimation and project management in the public sector. His book, The Economics of Made-to-Order Production: Theory with Applications Related to the Airframe Industry, coauthored with Thomas Gulledge, summarizes early work in this area. He teaches in the areas of Business Statistics and Operations Management.