A Message from Raj Echambadi
Our business school has built and sustained a legacy of excellence for nearly 100 years. We’re truly global in every sense of the word. We’re innovative. We’re agile. We’re resilient. We have a strong global network. And we attract some of the best and brightest faculty and student talent from all over the globe.
Northeastern University and the business community have enjoyed a dynamic relationship for over a century. This relationship is particularly strong in the D’Amore-McKim School of Business and goes well beyond our cooperative education program. Our corporate partners not only engage with our students, they also help shape curriculum, serve on advisory boards, provide guest lecturers for our classrooms, and look to us for innovative ideas, executive education, and cutting-edge research.
Our Executives-in-Residence program is a key expression of our relationship with the business community and demonstrates our commitment to experience-based education.
Our Board helps shape our strategic goals; builds and strengthens our relationships and visibility within the business community; and provides support for educational programs.
Jeffery A. Born
Associate Dean, Undergraduate Programs; Professor, Finance
Senior Director of Communications, Marketing and Digital Strategy
Northeastern University Assistant Vice President of Partnerships; D’Amore-McKim School of Business Assistant Dean of Corporate and Professional Learning
Associate Dean, Graduate Programs
Assistant Dean, Development
Associate Dean for Administration and Finance
Emery A. Trahan
Senior Associate Dean, Faculty and Research; Professor, Finance
Academic Group Chairs
Donald F. Harding Professor of Finance; Finance Group Chair
Associate Professor, Marketing; Marketing Group Chair; MBA Marketing Career Track Chair
Timothy J. Rupert
Professor, Accounting; Accounting Group Chair
Professor, Management and Organizational Development; Management and Organizational Development Group Chair
Associate Professor, Supply Chain and Information Management Group; Supply Chain and Information Management Group Chair; Faculty Associate, Center for Health Policy and Healthcare Research
Fernando F. Suarez
Jean C. Tempel Professor, Entrepreneurship and Innovation; Entrepreneurship and Innovation Group Chair