Building the Future of GME: Strategic Collaboration

June 8, 2021 | Online


Mukul_KumarMukul Kumar, Chief Innovation Officer and Professor, Hult International Business School

Dr. Kumar earned his doctoral degree in international economics from Princeton University, and studied mathematics and economics as an undergraduate at MIT.  He is known for his future-oriented perspective, which combines his experience as a Big-3 consultant, as a leader in business ed administration, and as a passionate educator.  In the past 5 years he has taught at Georgetown, Harvard, Hult, Toulouse Business School, and University of Maryland.   His main teaching interests are in Strategy & Innovation, Behavioral Science, and Data Science.

Natasha_MunshiNatasha Munshi, Dean, W. Fielding Rubel School of Business, Bellarmine University

Dean Munshi earned her doctorate in strategy, environment, and organization (SEO) in 2003 from University of Pittsburgh. She also holds a Masters degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and an MBA degree in Management and International Business. She has taught at a number of institutions around the world on courses ranging from strategy to international business at the undergraduate, graduate, and PhD levels. She has consulted for non-profit organizations in strategic planning and new product development, and has worked in the biomedical sciences industry. Her publications an editorship, as well as articles in A1 field-level journals. 

Stephen Taylor is research director for Liaison BusinessCAS community in Boston, MassachusettsStephen Taylor, Research Director, BusinessCAS

Stephen is Research Director for the BusinessCAS community and has served in senior leadership roles for Arizona State University’s W.P. Carey School of Business, Thunderbird School of Global Management, and Harvard Business School Executive Education.  He holds degrees in information systems and philosophy, earned an MBA from Humboldt State University, and studied English literature and information systems at Harvard University.