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AACSB Board Nominations and Elections

Support AACSB’s mission and vision to transform business education for global prosperity.

Support of our mission to foster engagement, accelerate innovation, and amplify impact in business education worldwide requires active participation of business education’s most qualified leaders. AACSB periodically invites those in its network to identify and submit the names of nominees they recommend for AACSB officer and director positions.

Official representatives of AACSB member organizations will soon be asked to vote for open positions on the AACSB Board of Directors. Official representatives will be contacted by email on January 16 and provided a link to cast votes electronically.

Representatives will have until January 31 to vote for the following candidates:

Vice Chair-Chair Elect—Uncontested:

  • Sherif H. Kamel, The American University–Cairo

Secretary-Treasurer—Uncontested:

  • Joyce A. Strawser, Seton Hall University

DirectorAACSB official representative of an accredited or non-accredited member organization from the Americas; three positions to be filled, with each to serve a three-year term:

  • Frank Buckless, North Carolina State University
  • Kathleen A. Farrell, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • Susan Fournier, Boston University
  • Paulo Goes, Tulane University
  • Mark M. Higgins, University of Scranton
  • Nicole T. Jenkins, University of Virginia (McIntire School of Commerce)

DirectorAACSB official representative of an accredited or non-accredited member organization from Asia Pacific; two positions to be filled, with each to serve a three-year term:

  • Lailani Laynesa Alcantara, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
  • Kate Kearins, Auckland University of Technology
  • Madan Pillutla, Indian School of Business
  • Kar Yan Tam, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

DirectorAACSB official representative of an accredited or non-accredited member organization from Europe, the Middle East, or Africa; two positions to be filled, with each to serve a three-year term:

  • John Board, Henley Business School, University of Reading
  • Thami Ghorfi, ESCA Ecole de Management
  • Delphine Manceau, NEOMA Business School
  • Francisco Veloso, Imperial College London

Election results will be announced by February 15. Newly elected board members will take office on July 1, 2023.

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