People

Meet the Team

Teacher-scholars and practitioners on the leading edge of theory and practice.

Center Team

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Affiliated Faculty and Senior Fellows

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Emily J. Blanchard

Associate Professor of Business Administration

Emily Blanchard teaches the second core economics course, Global Economics for Managers, as well as an elective research to practice seminar on Firms and International Economic Policy. Her research centers on the economics and policy implications of globalization.

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Peter R. Fisher

Senior Lecturer; Senior Fellow, Center for Business, Government & Society

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Margaret Hanson

Visiting Assistant Professor; Research Scholar

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Andrew A. King

Professor of Business Administration

Professor Andrew A. King conducts research on a number of topics related to business strategy. He is well known for his publications on business and the natural environment but he believes that his biggest impact has been as a mentor and advisor. His students are now distinguished academics and leaders at top institutions throughout the world.

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John H. Lynch

Senior LecturerSenior Fellow, Center for Business, Government & Society

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Nan Stone

Adjunct Professor of Business Administration

Nan Stone received her PhD in American Studies at Harvard University, and spent almost two decades at the Harvard Business Review, where she ultimately served as editor-in-chief. In 2000, she joined The Bridgespan Group, a nonprofit startup incubated at Bain & Company, as its founding knowledge partner.

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Anant K. Sundaram

Visiting Professor of Business Administration

Anant Sundaram teaches Corporate Valuation and Business and Climate Change at Tuck. His areas of expertise are business valuation, M&A, corporate governance, and financial strategies for profitable growth.

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John H. Vogel Jr.

Adjunct Professor of Business Administration; Associate Faculty Director, Center for Business, Government & Society

John has taught courses in entrepreneurship in the social sector, nonprofit management, and real estate at Tuck since 1992. His areas of research include: affordable housing, B Corporations, sustainable buildings and real estate capital markets.

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Curtis R. Welling

Senior Fellow, Center for Business, Government & Society

Curt Welling D'71, T'77 is a senior fellow with the Center for Business, Government & Society. Prior to this joint appointment, Mr. Welling served as the president and chief executive officer of AmeriCares for 11 years, guiding the organization in delivering $9 billion in medicines and supplies around the world.

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Advisory Board

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Charles G. Crane T’83

Charles recently retired as a partner with Douglass Winthrop Advisors LLC. Previously he was founder and Managing Director of Scotsman Capital Management LLC, an investment management firm providing services to individuals, families, and institutions.  With his partner, James Gallop, Charlie founded the firm in January 2004.

Jeffrey Halpern T’95

Board Chair; Global Chief Operating Officer of Credit Risk Management, Credit Suisse

Jeffrey Halpern was founder and Managing Partner of Home Hill Capital Advisors, a strategic and financial advisory firm and before that, was Senior Vice President of Lehman Brothers’ Global Principal Strategies group overseeing the group’s technology, media and telecommunications investing activities. Before joining Lehman, Jeff spent 8 years at Sanford C. Bernstein where he was the Senior Sell-side Equity Research Analyst covering the domestic telecommunications industry.

Carolyn Carr McGuire T’83

Board President and co-founder of Community Consulting Teams Inc.

Carolyn is Board President and co-founder of Community Consulting Teams Inc. (CCT), a volunteer organization of MBA alumni that provides probono management consulting services to nonprofits in Greater Boston. Over the past twenty years, Carolyn has worked with dozens of nonprofits while helping to lead CCT’s management team. Since 1991, CCT has completed more than 130 consulting engagements, involving more than 500 MBA alumni from Tuck, Wharton, Sloan, Kellogg, Yale, and other leading business schools. 

Robert A. Searle T’96

Partner, The Bridgespan Group

Previously, Bob was a partner on the portfolio investment team of New Profit, a venture philanthropy form based in Boston. Bob worked with the social entrepreneurs and their organizations to help them develop and grow sustainable models of impact and deliver superior results. He also focused on strengthening New Profit’s core capabilities to ensure they provide the highest level of consistent, high quality support to their portfolio organizations.

Sue Dahling Sullivan T’89

Chief Strategic Officer for Citi Performing Art Center

Sue serves as the as Chief Strategic Officer for Citi Performing Art Center (formerly the Wang Center for Performing Arts) with oversight for the implementation of a new strategic plan for one of the nation’s foremost not-for-profit performing arts centers and cultural venues.  

Steve Voigt T’86

Steve served as President and CEO of King Arthur® Flour from 1999 until 2014. Hired in 1992 as Vice President of Finance, Steve became Chief Operating Officer in 1998. Prior to King Arthur Flour, Mr. Voigt worked for Benedetto, Gartland & Greene in New York, where he raised private equity for venture, LBO and alternative asset funds. During his tenure there, he also supported his wife in founding, and later selling, Robin’s Homemade Breads of Greenwich, CT. 

Fellows

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Thomas Allin T’17

Business & Society Fellow

Katelyn Baldwin T’17

Business & Government Fellow

Neeti Bandodker T’17

Business & Government Fellow

Prashant Bhavaraju T’17

Business & Society Fellow

Clair Briggs T’17

Revers Board Fellow

Nicole E. Burns T’17

Revers Board Fellow

Roshunda Calhoun T’17

Business & Society Fellow, Revers Board Fellow

Po-chen Cheng T’17

Business & Government Fellow

Sam Courtney T’17

Business & Government Fellow

James Cox T’17

Revers Board Fellow

Erin Dunn-Franklin T’17

Tuck Social Venture Fund

Emily Evans T’17

Revers Board Fellow

Nic Fiore T’17

Business & Government Fellow

Stephane Gounari T’17

Business & Government Fellow

Jesse Gyongyos T’17

Revers Board Fellow

Neha Hassan T’17

Business & Society Fellow, Revers Board Fellow

Conrad Hendrickson T’17

Business & Government Fellow

Olivia Jones T’17

Business & Government Fellow

Annie Lan T’17

Revers Board Fellow

Claire Laudone T’17

Tuck Social Venture Fund

Jeffrey Lazarus T’17

Business & Society Fellow, Revers Board Fellow, Tuck Social Venture Fund

Jessica Lei T’17

Revers Board Fellow

Anna Mac

Revers Board Fellow

Nicholas McGowan T’17

Revers Board Fellow

Archit Mehta T’17

Business & Government Fellow

Danielle Musa T’17

Business & Society Fellow

Shruti Nambiar T’17

Business & Government Fellow

Helena Nannes T’17

Revers Board Fellow

Justen Nestico T’17

Business & Government Fellow

Julianne Perry T’17

Revers Board Fellow

Viveka Ranjitsinh T’17

Tuck Social Venture Fund

Brian Raymond T’17

Business & Government Fellow

Sarah Richmond T’17

Revers Board Fellow

Andrew Robinson T’17

Business & Government Fellow

Brian Sheridan T’17

Revers Board Fellow

Susan Smith T’17

Revers Board Fellow

Christopher Stavish T’17

Revers Board Fellow

Kelly Thompson T’17

Tuck Social Venture Fund

Andrew Zabel T’17

Business & Government Fellow

Student Pathways

Tuck graduates enter a wide variety of fields and positions in government, social enterprise, and sustainability. Discover the pathways that students have taken in the past.

Aditya K. Shah T'16

WHY TUCK?

When I visited for the first time, Tuck allowed me to accompany an operations course to the Keurig Green Mountain factory even though I hadn’t applied yet. I thought, “If this is how Tuck treats people who aren’t admitted yet, how would it be if I was actually a student here?” That made me decide right then that this was the place for me.

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Andrew Allison T'15

WHY TUCK?

I lived in New York City for four years prior to Tuck. When looking at potential business schools to attend, I wanted to go somewhere I’d be surrounded by classmates without the constant distractions of a big city. If I wanted to truly transform myself, I knew I’d need a fully immersive experience which few schools could offer, Tuck being one of them.

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Joseph Magdovitz T'15

WHY TUCK?

I wanted a place where I would receive a well-rounded education, have intimate access to top professors, and build a great network. Tuck has exceeded my expectations in all of these areas. Professors take pride in teaching, relating to students, and creating an environment in which you are excited and motivated to learn. Alumni and classmates were unbelievably helpful with my career search. Having access to the wealth of knowledge and experience in the Tuck network was a major differentiator for me.

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Mayank Kapur T'14

Why Tuck?

What makes Tuck different from the other top business schools is its remarkable level of engagement. Before I came here, I had an opportunity to talk to a few alums, and they were so willing to help me out that I remember thinking, “I’m not even a member of the community yet and they’re willing to devote so much time—imagine what it will be like if I do become a part of the community.” That was validated when I came here—Tuck becomes such a personalized experience where each professor, each classmate, each alumn is committed to your success.

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Mandakini Saroop T'14

Why Tuck?

One of the first things I noticed about Tuck is that everybody knows everyone else. We did a tour after my interview and my tour guide was a second-year. I swear he knew everybody by name, and everyone knew him by name. For me, this was important; I wanted to be part of a community, not just an anonymous person in a large school. I knew it was the right fit for me when, as a first-year student, I felt comfortable asking for help from my classmates and they were all too willing to drop what they were doing and lend a hand.

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Mollie Naber T'16

Why Tuck?

I was pregnant and at an MBA career fair in Belgium where a recruiter overheard me talking about what I wanted—a small community where you can be outdoors; a place where people take care of their neighbors, the opportunity to explore public policy issues. The recruiter recommended Tuck, which hadn't been my radar. My husband matched at Dartmouth for residency; I was waitlisted and enrolled at Tuck the following year. This extra time gave me a chance to enjoy hiking and snowshoeing in the Upper Valley with my newborn while clarifying my career goals through consulting work.

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Whitney Flynn T'16

Why Tuck?

I had the benefit of spending four years in Hanover as a Dartmouth undergraduate and knew that there’s something really special that happens in this setting. The DNA of an educational experience here is totally unique—everyone is completely invested in the community. I knew that would be the setting through which I'd have the strongest community experience with my Tuck classmates and professors and others. For a lot of people, this setting is a big step outside of their comfort zone in a way that creates an open mindset for new experiences. As a Dartmouth alum and outdoor enthusiast, Tuck wasn’t outside of my comfort zone. I was excited to share what this environment has to offer with my peers.

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Divya Belavadi Struebing T'15

WHY TUCK?

At first, I felt a little intimidated by the business school experience, but Tuck’s small class size, intimate character, and supportive atmosphere made me feel welcome. I knew that I could come to Tuck and really own my experience so that I could become whatever I wanted.

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Elliot Gillerman T'15

WHY TUCK?

After living in Washington for almost a decade, I was eager to return to New England for graduate school. I knew this time would be an opportunity to focus intensely on my personal and professional development. In order to achieve those goals, I wanted a small campus, a tight-knit community, and a supportive learning environment. Tuck has been all those things and more.

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Tanya Gulnik T'15

WHY TUCK?

Tuck was the last school I visited and the last application due, but as soon as I saw it, I felt like, “I have to come here!” Even in my short visit, Tuck’s tight-knit community was so obvious: People know your first name and you can easily connect with professors and your fellow students. About eight of us did a pre-orientation backpacking trip on the Appalachian Trail and we got to know each other right away. Some of them are still my best friends today!

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Stephanie C. O’Brien T'14

Why Tuck?

When I applied, I knew very little about business school but a fair amount about leadership development. I thought Tuck would be a place where I’d learn even more about what it meant to be a leader. Tuck does a really great job giving students the opportunity to lead—it’s a place where the students shape the school.

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Alumni Profiles

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Gretchen Ki Steidle

Founder and President, Global Grassroots

Global Grassroots founder Gretchen Steidle T’01 helps women in marginalized communities unlock their considerable potential.

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Clayton Simmers

Teacher, Bernice A. Ray Elementary School

After living in Manhattan and San Francisco, working in media banking, Clayton Simmers T'99 landed back in the Upper Valley, to pursue a career in education.

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Tina Smith

Minnesota Lieutenant Governor

Minnesota Lieutenant Governor Tina Smith T’84 never imagined she would run for office. One year in, it’s hard to imagine anyone better for the job.

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Colin Van Ostern

District 2 Representative, New Hampshire Executive Council

Colin Van Ostern T'09 announced his campaign for governor in October 2015 and built grassroots support around the state.

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Ann Waterman Roy

Vice President, Strategic Operations, Innovate Public Schools

Launching a new public school takes an entrepreneurial spirit, but many of the best educators have never been schooled in finance, management, and operations. Enter Ann Waterman Roy T’05.

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Sean Joyce

Former Deputy Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation; Financial Crimes Unit Leader, PwC

A 25-year veteran of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Sean Joyce T’87 has seen his share of criminals. Now leader of PwC's Financial Crimes Unit, Joyce says his business-school education has never been more important.

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Salil Tripathi

Chair, Writers in Prison Committee of PEN International

Salil Tripathi T’85 became interested in human rights as a teenager in Bombay, when the government declared a state of emergency and suspended the constitution for 21 months.

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Carolyn McGuire

Founder, Community Consulting Teams

Over twenty years ago, Carolyn McGuire T’83 helped form Community Consulting Teams of Boston. It’s still going strong today—and facilitating a lot of good work.

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Carlos Rodriguez-Pastor

CEO, Intercorp

Carlos Rodriguez-Pastor Jr. T'88 founded Intercorp to make Peru the best place in Latin America to live and raise a family. Today, business is thriving and the future of Peru's emerging middle class has never been brighter.

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Vicki Craver

Vice Chair, Fairfield County Community Foundation

At Tuck, Vicki Craver T'97 discovered a latent interest in financial strategy. Now, after a successful career at Goldman Sachs and raising a family, she applies her financial accumen to vetting nonprofit projects.

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Debi Brooks

Co-Founder, Executive Vice President, The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.

Debi Brooks T’86 didn’t set out to become a leader in the fight against Parkinson’s disease, but she recognized a unique opportunity to make a difference.

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Christopher Fox

Associate Court Administrator, Massachusetts Trial Court

After working in security sales for Golman Sachs, Christopher Fox T'81, was drawn back to the public sector because he wanted to serve his community and for the intellectual challenge.

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Amy Houston

Managing Director, Robin Hood Foundation

Amy Houston T’97 was inspired to attend Tuck after seeing firsthand how a board with for-profit management experience can help a nonprofit, and she kept this lesson in mind when she joined the Robin Hood Foundation.

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Jennifer Wilson

Marketing Director, Make-A-Wish Foundation

Jennifer Wilson T'99 doesn’t recall how she ended up turning a kindergartner into a caped-crusader, but as director of the Make-A-Wish Foundation, this is part of her job.

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Duncan McDougall

Executive Director & Founder, Children's Literacy Foundation

In his 20s, Duncan McDougall T’87 spent time guiding expeditions of the physical world. Since 1998, however, he has been leading expeditions of another kind, guiding children on a journey to literacy.

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Alan D. Pesky

Founder & Director, Lee Pesky Learning Center

After losing his son Lee in 1995, Alan Pesky T'60 and his family solidified their resolve to honor Lee’s memory by establishing an organization to help learning-disabled children.

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