Campuses:

Advisors

To ensure the alignment of the initiatives of the Institute with the interests and needs of all stakeholders in fulfillment of its mission, two advisory bodies exist to provide continuous advice and contributions.

The Faculty Advisory Committee consists of Carlson School faculty from across disciplinary areas and is focused on curricular elements of our global coursework and initiatives.

The Advisory Council membership comprises global leaders from external stakeholder groups including business, government, and education, including Carlson School alumni. The Advisory Council provides insights into current and relevant global management trends and issues and guides the Institute's outreach and engagement efforts as we continue to build a more interactive global network of stakeholders, generating new knowledge and collaborations toward the development of more globally mindful leaders.

Faculty Advisory Committee Members

Alfie Marcus
Professor, Edson Spencer Endowed Chair in Strategy and Technological Leadership
Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship

Michelle Duffy
Professor, Board of Overseers Professorship in Human Resource sand Industrial Relations
Work and Organization

William Li
Professor
Supply Chain and Operations

Charlie Caliendo
Senior Lecturer
Accounting

Helen Moser
Senior Lecturer
Finance

Advisory Council Members

David Clark
President, Yoplait USA
General Mills

Julie Drysdale
Tax Principal, Transfer Pricing
PwC

Rick King
Chief Operating Officer, Technology
Thomson Reuters

Rick McLellan
Senior Vice President, Commercial
Mosaic

Patrick McGinnis
Vice President, Global Product Management
Best Buy

Meredith McQuaid
Associate Vice President, Global Programs and Strategies Alliance
University of Minnesota

Katie Clark Sieben
Commissioner
Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development

Jan Shimanski
Vice President, Global Talent Solutions
3M

Karine Watne
International Communications Manager
Toro

Jim White
Executive Vice President and President, Latin America
Ecolab