Rosemarie Ziedonis, Associate Professor of Strategy and Innovation, and Academic Director for EntrepreneurshipRosemarie has a Ph.D. in Business and Public Policy from UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business and an undergraduate degree in economics and international studies from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Prior to joining Questrom, she served on the faculty at the University of Oregon, the Wharton School, and the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, where she co-directed the Program for Law, Economics, and Technology.
Joseph LiPuma, Senior Lecturer, Executive in ResidencePreviously Associate Professor at EMLYON Business School in France, his research in international entrepreneurship has been published in leading Entrepreneurship journals, and he has co-authored Unlocking the Ivory Tower: How Management Research Can Transform Your Business. Joe has started businesses in the U.S., U.K., Italy, and Saudi Arabia, and has held board and executive positions at SMEs and large enterprises. He holds an MBA (SUNY Buffalo) and a DBA (Boston University); he has taught at both of these schools as well as at Drexel University, Purdue University, and St. Joseph’s University. Joe’s areas of expertise include: New Venture Internationalization, International Entrepreneurship, Venture Capital, Technology
Peter Marton, Director of Entrepreneurship Partnerships, Executive in Residence
Peter has been a successful entrepreneur for 25 years, having been a founder and/or senior executive in a number of high-tech start-ups, turnarounds, and high-profile ventures, including Cambridge Technology Partners, Zamba Solutions, Primix Solutions, Fidelity Investments, Computervision and IBM. He has a strong track record of achievement through his hands-on leadership style in markets as diverse as software, information systems, healthcare, education, and distance learning. He graduated summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, from Tufts University with a degree in nuclear physics, and earned an MBA from Stanford. His areas of expertise include: Growth strategy, entrepreneurship, leadership, partnerships.
Greg Stoller,Lecturer, Executive in Residence
John Fox, Senior Lecturer (joint with Information Systems)
John comes to us from Boston College’s Carroll School of Management. Throughout John’s career, he has helped found and lead multiple companies, serving as CEO of The Reality Miners LLC and Vice President at Millenial Media.