Tuck will deliver top thought leaders in their field of expertise. They, along with our learning environment and program participants, are fundamental to the success of our minority business development programs. They are acknowledged thought leaders who combine their research-based expertise with real-world knowledge to add exceptional value to our clients. They are passionate, engaged teachers who create vivid learning experiences characterized by collaborative exchange with participants. They are highly skilled at working with minority business executives and building on the knowledge and experience they bring with them.

Leonard Greenhalgh
Professor of Management, Faculty Director, Programs for Minority, Native American, and Women-Owned Businesses View profile »
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Ella L.J. Bell Smith
Professor of Business Administration View profile »
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Joseph M. Hall
Visiting Associate Professor of Business Administration View profile »
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Punam Anand Keller
Associate Dean for Innovation and Growth; Charles Henry Jones Third Century Professor of Management View profile »
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Phillip C. Stocken
Professor of Accounting View profile »
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Alva Taylor
Associate Professor of Business Administration; Faculty Director, Glassmeyer/McNamee Center for Digital Strategies View profile »
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Gail Taylor
Visiting Associate Professor of Business Administration, and Research Scholar View profile »