AACSB Influential Leaders

Nancy Aossey
President and CEO, International Medical Corps
Luciano Balbo
Founder and President, Oltre Venture
Kevin Bergner
President and CEO, Goodwill Industries of San Antonio
Scott Budnick
Founder and President, Anti-Recidivism Coalition
Gary Cohen
Executive Vice President, Becton, Dickinson & Company
Jean-Philippe Courtois
EVP and President, Global Sales, Marketing, and Operations, Microsoft
Tawni Cranz
Chief Talent Officer, Netflix
Mark Crea
Executive Director and CEO, Feed My Starving Children
Guillermo Dietrich
Transport Minister, Argentine National Government
Zenetta Drew
Executive Director, Dallas Black Dance Theatre
Alberto Durán López
President, Illunion
Douglas Foshee
Founder and Owner, Sallyport Investments, LLC
Sarah Freed
Independent Consultant, Global Social Responsibility
Sheri Governo
Co-founder and COO, Exigence Technologies Incorporated
Huw Kingston
Director, Wild Horizons
Becky Levin
Executive Director, The Possible Project
Jonathan Mildenhall
Chief Marketing Officer, AirBnB
Zibu Mthiyane
Founder, MMC SA
Robert Niblock
Chairman, President and CEO, Lowe's Companies, Inc.
Pete Petit
Chairman and CEO, MiMedx
Rahul Pushp
Co-founder, I-Solarlite
Ruth Riley
General Manager, San Antonio Stars
Baroness Joanna Shields
Minister for Internet Safety and Security, United Kingdom Home Office and Under Secretary of State, the Department for Culture, Media, and Sport
Analjit Singh
Founder and Chairman Emeritus, Max Group
Savitha Sridharan
Founder and CEO, Orora Global
Nashwa Taher
Director, Al Taher Group
Shawn Taylor
President and Operating Partner, Zaxby's Houston
Jesse Tyson
CEO, National Black MBA Association, Inc.
Judy Vredenburgh
President and CEO, Girls, Inc.
H.E. Caitlin Wilson
Deputy Head of Mission, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australia and Deputy Permanent Representative of Australia to the United Nations