Faculty

The cornerstone of any Executive MBA program is its faculty. The Johnson faculty members who will teach you are among the best in the world, internationally recognized by the business community for their teaching, experience, and research.

They are experts at merging theory with application to guide your graduate experience.  Most faculty who teach in the Cornell Executive MBA are full-time Johnson faculty members.  When we appoint teaching faculty outside Cornell, we seek top faculty from the best schools who will enhance your graduate experience.


Johnson & Cornell Faculty

Additional Faculty

Gordon Bodnar

PhD, Princeton University
Gordon Bodnar is the Morris W. Offit Professor of International Finance at the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University.  Professor Bodnar is a past winner of the Globe Award for Teaching Excellence awarded by students in the Cornell Executive MBA

Marc L. Busch

PhD, Columbia University
Marc Busch is the Karl F. Landegger Professor of International Business Diplomacy at the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service and Professor of Government at Georgetown University.  Professor Busch is a past winner of the Star Award for Teaching Excellence awarded by Cornell-Queen's Executive MBA students.

Thomas D. Fields

PhD, Northwestern University
Thomas Fields is a Lecturer in Accounting at the Olin School of Business at Washington University.  Professor Fields is a past winner of the Globe Award for Teaching Excellence awarded by students in the Cornell Executive MBA.

David C. Juran

PhD, Cornell University
David Juran is a winner of both Columbia Business School’s Robert W. Lear Award and Cornell University’s Globe Award for Teaching Excellence.

Michael A. Martino

MBA, Northwestern University
Michael Martino is a Principal at Cognito Advisors in Boston.  He has a proven track record in strategy, M&A, and finance.

Salman Mufti

PhD, McGill University
Salman Mufti is Associate Professor of Management Information Systems at Queen’s School of Business.

Stephen Sauer

PhD, Cornell University
Steve Sauer is an Assistant Professor in the Organizational Studies department at Clarkson University's School of Business. 

David Weinbaum

PhD, New York University
David Weinbaum is Associate Professor of Finance at the Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University. Professor Weinbaum is a past winner of the Globe Award for Teaching Excellence awarded by students in the Cornell Executive MBA.