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milanoUpcoming Job Talks for Organizational Management and leadership Candidates

Wednesday, April 26
University Center, 65 5th Avenue, Room UL105 (lower level)
Latha Poonamallee, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior,
School of Business and Economics – Founding Director, Michigan Tech
Center for Social Innovation (CenSI) – Director, Pavlis Institute India Project
Dr. Latha Poonamallee is Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior
in the School of Business and Economics at Michigan Technological
University and the Founding Director of the Michigan Tech Center for
Social Innovation. She also founded the Participatory Action Research
Network for Social Innovation (PAR-SI) which brings together scholars and
practitioners from various disciplines and world regions to learn more how
to solve social and environmental problems using an interdisciplinary
approach to social innovation. Dr. Poonamallee serves as the Co-Chair of
the Critical Management Studies Division in the Academy of
Management. Her social venture, In-Med Prognostics L3C headquartered
in Michigan, USA is working on bringing affordable brain health
prognostic tools to the emerging markets. In Nov, 2017 In-Med was
selected as a global finalist in the Falling Walls Science-Based Venture
Competition in Berlin, Germany.
Dr. Poonamallee holds a PhD in Organizational Behavior from Case
Western University, a MBA in Human Resources Management from
Pondicherry Central University, and a BA in English Literature from
University of Madras.


Thursday, April 27
11:30am – 12:30pm
66 W 12th Street, Room 510, Klein Conference Room
Diana Ayton-Shenker, CEO & Founder, Global Momenta
Diana Ayton-Shenker is founder & CEO of Philanthropy & Social Impact
Strategy firm, Global Momenta, and Director of Kick NYC, the business
incubator for entrepreneurs. The author of “A Global Agenda,” she teaches
Social Entrepreneurship at The New School. Her “Values In Action” work
advances strategic philanthropy, social innovation & impact, leadership &
organizational development, and private-nonprofit partnerships. As
founder of Fast Forward Fund, Diana was honored by President Clinton,
and selected as a finalist for the Social Venture Network’s prestigious
Social Innovation Award. Named one of “25 Leading Women Changing the
World” by Good Business New York, Diana brings over 20 years
experience working with international organizations, private and
corporate foundations, the U.N. and academia, to help leaders optimize
their impact through philanthropic innovation. She has held senior
positions with Mercy Corps, P.E.N., Human Rights Watch, and has served
on national and international boards.
Diana is a frequent public speaker on high-impact philanthropy, women’s
leadership, global citizenship & innovation. She has taught Social
Entrepreneurship, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Organizational
Management and Strategy, and International Human Rights courses at:
The New School; Bard College; the American University of Paris and at
Hunter College where she directed the first undergraduate human rights
program in the country. She has served as a Mentor with Clinton Global
Initiative University, the Unreasonable Institute, Social Good Startups,
Global Engagement Summit, and PresenTense. The author of two books
on the UN, “A Global Agenda”, Diana writes about social innovation,
philanthropy, human rights, sustainable development and culture.
Diana holds an LLM in International Law from the University of Essex, and
a BA in International Relations from the University of Pennsylvania


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