The Inside Leadership Podcast Series introduces this generation's "self-made leaders" to the next. The podcast series features successful business leaders who have used education, innovation, and collaboration to succeed in life. Leaders are interviewed by Larry Stybel, executive in residence at the Sawyer Business School, before a student audience.
Catherine D'Amato is president and CEO of the Greater Boston Food Bank, a nonprofit organization that feeds 545,000 hungry people each year. She also serves on the Board of Directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
Tom Whalen is one of Suffolk University's outstanding accounting professors. Find out what motivated him to move into professional accounting and then teaching.
Mo Cowan is a former U.S. Senator from Massachusetts. He grew up as the only Black student in a predominantly White school. He talks about balancing the desire for success and loyalty to family/community when the two seem in conflict.
Find out how John Brooks became president/CEO of Joslin Diabetes Center.
Karen Kaplan started off as a receptionist at Hill Holliday advertising agency. Today, she's the president and CEO. Hill Holliday is one of the world's most respected advertising agencies, with more than $1 billion in annual billings and 850 employees.
Richard Gavegnano is the chief executive officer of Meridian Interstate Bancorp, Inc. He's not your typical company bank president. Find out what makes his background so unique.
Details Magazine cites Dan Schawbel as one of the five social media experts in the world that can make you rich. He’s also the author of the international bestselling book, Me, 2.0: Four Steps to Building Your Future.
Peter Andersen is chief investment officer and a mutual fund manager for Congress Wealth Management, an investment columnist for Forbes Magazine, a frequent commentator on CNBC-TV, and member of the Board of Overseers of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
Larry Moulter is a graduate of Suffolk University Law School and the former CEO of the Boston Garden. Larry has become the go-to CEO for turnaround in high-profile real estate, sports management, marketing, and transportation.
Linda Moulton is the CEO of Ceralta Technologies, Inc, which produces custom radio frequency and microwave interconnect products for the semi-conductor and military/defense industries.
David has been a soldier, diplomat, retail executive, ecommerce executive, serial entrepreneur, and educator. After a stint as a tank commander for the Israeli Defense Forces in the Sinai, he entered the Israeli Diplomatic Corps.
Susan McCuaig, Executive MBA '97, is someone who crosses borders-both geographically and functionally. Originally from Canada, Susan came to the U.S. began her career in IT at retail chain.
Ellen grew up in a middle-class family in Waltham, Massachusetts. She initially aspired to be a speech therapist, but went on to become the CEO of Tufts Medical Center and is on the Board of Director of Parexel.
Juan Lopera is originally from Medelin, Colombia. He migrated to US with his parents and siblings in 1990. Today, he is the director of healthcare services at Tufts Health Plan.
Inez Stewart's career spans healthcare delivery, high-tech, and management consulting. She has been associated with some of the world's leading companies in these industries.
Executive in Residence Sushil Bhatia is a globally known, award-winning entrepreneur and innovator who has several patents, publications, and new products to his name.
Poonam Ahluwalia is recognized as a global activist for youth employment and entrepreneurship. As president and founder of Youth Entrepreneurship and Sustainability (YES).
Suffolk University alumnus Christopher P. Litterio is managing shareholder of Ruberto, Israel and Weiner, a mid-size Boston law firm.
From 1994-2004 Terry O'Connor was senior vice president and chief information officer for the Liberty Mutual Group, a diversified financial services organization with corporate headquarters in Boston, Massachusetts.
John McCoy, has many professional lives. He is an Instructor of Business Law and Ethics and Director of Internships at the Sawyer Business School. He is also a lawyer with a private law practice in Hingham.
Cleve Killingsworth is a nationally recognized leader in healthcare management, as well as a thoughtful advocate for intelligent reform within the healthcare system.
Wildolfo Arvelo is president of Great Bay Community College and has been President since 2007. Much of his career has been in higher education leadership.
Maryanne Peabody is President of Board of Options, Inc. The company does retained search for members of Boards of Directors and also conducts Boards of Directors Self Evaluation programs with Boards of Directors.>
With an emphasis on networking and collaboration, our business analytics offering has a multidisciplinary and multi-method approach.
Faculty from different departments, perspectives, and backgrounds follow this general analytical approach:
Our topics include, but are not limited to:
We welcome projects from analysts, managers, consultants, and researchers who wish to understand, describe, analyze, predict, and transform their data into greater business value.
For more information, please contact:
Arnold Kamis, PhD
Professor of Information Systems and Operations Management
Zhen Zhu, PhD
Associate Professor of Marketing
Jodi Detjen, MA
Instructor of Management and Entrepreneurship
Vision and Mission
This is a project for innovation and applied research in the design, implementation, management and use of health information technology (HIT). HIT includes, but is not limited to the following: health records, telehealth, and consumer health informatics.
The e-Health Innovation Project supports innovation, learning and applied research in the design, implementation, management and use of health information technology (HIT). Project members collaborate with HIT professionals from healthcare delivery and other sectors on research and on educational activities such as public forums on current issues in e-health innovation.
We foster creative collaborations with healthcare providers, businesses, nonprofit organizations, government and others in academia. Our goal is meaningful use of HIT by health professionals and consumers in support of sustainable quality, improved access, and enhanced opportunities for consumer engagement in healthcare. This use can best emerge from health professionals and consumers acting as co-creators and collaborative users of health information.
We are engaging with diverse stakeholders involved with innovation in consumer health information. As we move forward, the following aspects of consumer health information technology will be on our agenda: privacy, quality, accessibility, portability, ownership, trust, and usability by both consumer and clinician.
Since 2011, we have been collaborating with Adrian Zai, MD, PhD, and other researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital to model data from information technology that optimizes cancer screening in men and women. We have good preliminary results, and are looking to extend the methodology to diabetes management and other health areas.
For more information, please contact:
Arnold Kamis, Ph.D.
Today, we are surrounded by innovations: new products, new services, and new technologies are now the norm, not the exception. Yet the “big issues” of innovation which weigh on our future – powering economic growth, creating responsive governments, building healthy industries – are hard to grasp, and even harder to tackle.
The Innovation Leadership Series is intended as a forum for dialogue on these “big issues” of innovation. Through seminars and panel discussions, in a format open to the general public, the Innovation Leadership Series brings together leaders from business, government, and academia to share their approaches, their frustrations, and their hopes for tackling today’s most pressing innovation issues.
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