Meet our Faculty

The Crummer Graduate School of Business faculty members are a distinguished group of thought leaders that consists of influential researchers and consultants within a wide range of business disciplines.

They publish extensively in top scholarly and practitioner journals, author books and textbooks, present nationally, and consult for some of the world’s largest companies.

All Departments
Emeritus Faculty (retired)
Entrepreneurship and QBA
International Business
Operations Management
Full Time
Social Finance: What’s New for Business?
Dr. Halil Kiymaz explores social finance, highlighting its shift from shareholder focus to integrating societal and environmental impacts for sustainable success.
AI Expert Jay Liebowitz Joins Crummer as Professor of Business Innovation and Industry Transformation
A distinguished authority in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Dr. Liebowitz brings unparalleled expertise and a wealth of experience in AI research, application, and education.
From Combat to Classroom: Mark Hertling Appointed Professor of Practice in Leadership
In his role as Professor of Practice in Leadership, Mark Hertling, D.B.A. will play a pivotal part in enriching our leadership curriculum and guiding our students toward success.
Brand Democracy: The Art of Designing DEI for Social Impact and Value Creation for the Belief-Driven Customer
Dr. Tracy Kizer discusses the importance of brand democracy, DEI, and the belief-driven customer during our focus on Black History Month.
Competition as a Design Problem: Applying Lessons of Design to Strategic Thinking
Believing economic competition is fundamentally a design problem, Dr. Keenan Yoho proposes a general model of competition to facilitate the development of capabilities and responsive systems.
Founder CEOs and ESG in India: Dr. Halil Kiymaz Takes Home the Best Paper Award
Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) investing is a pivotal topic in today’s global markets. Dr. Halil Kiymaz wrote an award-winning paper about founder CEOs in India and ESG performance.
Being a Good Steward of Money—Yours and Your Company’s
In honor of Financial Literacy Month, Associate Professor of Finance Brian Walkup ’06MBA discusses why financial literacy matters for everyone.
Retired Lt. General, Crummer EDBA Graduate Mark Hertling Shares Thoughts on Ukraine-Russia Conflict
In an exclusive in-person session to the Crummer community, the retired Lieutenant General and CNN analyst spent an afternoon discussing the conflict with Crummer students and alumni.
Crummer Team Helps Evaluate Pepsi’s Regional Supply Chain Process
As part of their Integrated Capstone Experience, MBA students used data and Crummer connections to help identify improvements for PepsiCo’s bottling and distribution center in the Washington, D.C. are
Reflections on the 2022 Africa-America Women’s Economic Forum & Trade Expo
The Forum, a partnership of the Association to Preserve the Eatonville Community, Crummer, Access Bank, and the Wilson College of Textiles, was part of the annual ZORA! Festival.