Clinical Professor | Director, Supply Chain Management Center
Gary is a Clinical Professor of International Business, Global Trade and Supply Chain Management. He has served as the Associate Dean of Executive Programs and was the founding Academic Director of the Master of Science program in Supply Chain Management. Gary has led Undergraduate, MBA and Executive MBA Consulting Projects in the U.S., Europe, South America and Asia, and has served as an Executive Coach in the Executive MBA program.
Gary has won numerous teaching awards including the Top 15% Award, the Distinguished Teaching Award and is a two-time winner of the Krowe Award for Teaching Excellence.
Gary is a seasoned business professional with deep multidisciplinary experience working across numerous industry sectors. He is an expert in global trade, international business and trade relations, and has been interviewed globally in broadcast and print media regarding global trade and trade policy.
Gary held several senior executive positions in his corporate career, with a focus on strategic global sourcing, international distribution, logistics & transportation. He also has extensive experience in product development, marketing and sales. In his career, Gary led the successful launch of 3 start-ups and led the turnaround of the consumer division of a protective apparel firm. Gary served as president of two international distribution firms and executive vice president of a consumer products firm.
Gary is a professionally trained and certified executive/leadership coach and business consultant. He is a partner of Garrison Strategic Advisors and has worked with executives and organizations from numerous disciplines and industries, including Fortune 500 firms. Gary has consulted and coached for firms in the U.S., Asia and Europe. His work is in the area of strategy, entrepreneurship, and in all aspects of a firm’s global value chain.