Meet The Team
Gabelli Business School
BS engineering science, Antioch College, MS/PhD Industrial Management, MIT, chair holder: James Arthur Finch Stoner Chair in Global Sustainability, Fordham University.
Author, co-author, co-editor of 20+ books and many journal articles. Past chair: Academy of Management MED Division and MSR Interest Group, Founding co- editor of two journals. Consultant, prize-winning teacher.
Excelia Business School
CERIIM & CeReGe
Associate Professor in Supply Chain Sustainability Management (SCSM) at Excelia Business School, France. PhD in SMSC from the University of Graz, Austria.
Teacher and researchers in SMSC, corporate social responsibility, business ethics, and digitalization with a focus on global supply chains, sustainability challenges and stakeholder management.
Experienced with large european research projects, academic writing and editorship. Within the GM, she contributes to research and dissemination activities.
PhD Candidate pending. James is a serial entrepreneur with over 15 years of experience in all aspects of real estate development, including acquisition, financing, construction and operations.
As Chief of Staff and Senior Development Project Manager at the Goren Group, he was responsible for the management and operations of its projects involving over one million commercial square feet. James is the founder of livingconservancy.org.
CEO of Seecomm Group
Linda Irwin is founder and CEO of Seecomm Group, a consulting firm. She served as a lecturer and course developer at Anderson College at Regis University in the areas of strategy and marketing for more than 20 years. Irwin’s career spans entrepreneurial ownership and management, and helps successful social enterprises and nonprofits develop marketing strategies that create value.
Anderson College, Regis University
He is the Founding Director of the Innovation Center in the Anderson College at Regis University
Ken’s focus is leading and growing the Innovation Center through outreach to community leaders and innovating the MBA business curriculum by combining business and sustainable approaches that will generate a greater good.
Gabelli Business School
An MS graduate in Finance stream from Fordham University's Gabelli School of Business and was a Machine Learning Intern at Inter IKEA.
Building on her undergraduate degree in Business Management, she has 3 years of research experience in the development economics and finance domain. She is a quick learner, innovative and creative person.
She has a great penchant for Environment, Technology, Finance. Studying and analyzing human psychology and behavioral economics also entice her.
Office of Career Services
Ariane started her career at DIS Research, followed by Sungard and CIFG. She held various roles, at times simultaneously working in different departments, including administration, finance, human resources, pre-sales, operations, and financial engineering.
Prior to joining NYU Courant, she was Assistant Dean at Fordham Gabelli School of Business working in the office of Academic Advising, where she supported M.S. students in the Quant and Global finance programs as well as the M.S. in Management program.
She is a U.S. Chapter Board Member and Managing Director at the International Humanistic Management Association. Her company ARCScala is primarily focused on serving students. She holds a B.A. in Art History from Boston University and an M.S. in Education Administration and Supervision from Fordham University.
Wooster Polytechnic Institute, Professor
Regis University, Professor and Director of the SEED Institute
St. John’s University’s Tobin College of Business, Professor
Dr. Elizabeth Nichols
Senior Lecturer at Christian Heritage College
"What is a Global Movement Sustainability Champion?"
At Global Movement, we are looking for people who are champions of transforming curriculum for sustainability at your college or university, or in your department. You see the need to change business education in order to help businesses change their practice to survive and thrive in the future.
You are NOT the person planning the college recycling program or reviewing energy use. Rather, you are the thought-leader and point-person that helps your colleagues and students open hearts and minds to a new and sustainable way of doing business.
If you are a business curriculum Sustainability Champion, Global Movement is here to help connect you to others and support your work.