Professor of strategy, international business and management courses at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Technical sales & marketing professional instrumental in building a world leading organization in a highly competitive market specialized in high technology equipment and software employed for testing, quality control and monitoring of complex systems.
2014 - Present, Tenure-track Assistant Professor, Frammingham State University
2012 - 2014, Visiting Assistant Professor, Suffolk University
2013 - Present, Adjunct Professor, Harvard University Summer School
2007 - 2011, Vice President, QinetiQ North America/ Spectro Inc.
NAFTA And The Implications Of Further North American Integration – 2017 International Academic Conference on Business San Diego, March 13-15, 2017
Assessing Business Students’ Global Awareness. International Assembly of Collegiate Business Education (IACBE) Annual Conference and Assembly Meeting. Poster. San Francisco, April 19 – 20, 2017.
Employing a Globalisation Model to Study Special Economic Zones in the United States - International Journal of Business and Globalisation (Accepted June, 2017)
Restructuring a Globalization Model to reflect Changing Dynamics – 6th International Conference on the restructuring of the Global Economy, University of Oxford, United Kingdom. June 20-21, 2016
Study and Analysis of Special Economic Zones. Proposals for the Improvement of Current Free Trade Zones in Spain. Empresa y Humanismo Magazine. University of Navarra, Spain. (Summer, 2016)
Riveras, J. & Nugent, N. (2007). Anti-Americanism: Its Implications and Possible Marketing Strategies to help American products. International U.S. Foreign Policy Conference, Jagellionian University, Krakow, Poland (2007). Book: US Foreign Policy. Theory, Mechanisms, Practice.