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Meet the Staff

Mary Ann Glynn

Mary Ann Glynn
Director of Research

Richard Keeley

Richard Keeley
Director of Programs

Mary Ann Glynn, Director of Research

Email, (617) 552-0203, Fulton Hall 326

Mary Ann Glynn is the Joseph F. Cotter Professor of Management and Organization and, by courtesy, Professor of Sociology. She joined Boston College in 2006, after serving on the faculties of Yale University, the University of Michigan, and Emory University. She also holds an honorary appointment at the Copenhagen Business School and is a Fellow of the Academy of Management, a distinction reserved for the top 1% of members for their “significant contributions to the science and practice of management”

Glynn’s research examines processes of leadership and entrepreneurship, as well as organizational identity, creativity and culture. She has published 45 articles, most of these in the top journals in the field (including the Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Journal, Administrative Science Quarterly, Organization Science and Strategic Management Journal), as well as 30 book chapters, in prestigious volumes. Her research has garnered awards; recently, she has received IDEA Thought Leader awards in 2011 and 2012.

Glynn has held numerous leadership positions in the profession, including a 3-year term on the Academy of Management Board of Governors and a 5-year term as an executive in the Managerial & Organizational Cognition Division. At Boston College, she has taught courses on Leadership at the MBA and PhD levels.  Glynn earned her PhD at Columbia University in the City of New York.

 

Richard Keeley, Director of Programs

Email, (617) 552-3932, Fulton 360

Richard Keeley has served as Associate Dean for Undergraduates in the Carroll School of Management at Boston College since 1995; prior to assuming that role, he served as Assistant Dean for Administration from 1991. As Associate Dean, he collaborated with a faculty team to create Portico, a required course for all management freshmen that blends an introduction to the functional areas of business with a concentrated study of ethics and ethical reasoning. From 1975 through 1991, Keeley directed the university’s PULSE program, an early leader in the field now known as “service learning.”

Keeley has a keen interest in the thought of the late urbanist, Jane Jacobs, whose collected papers now reside in Burns Library. He earned a BA (English and Philosophy), MA (Theology) and MBA from Boston College.