WlSA Speaker Spotlight: Meet Carla Millar
We are excited to announce that Carla Millar, Professor of International Marketing & Management at University of Twente (The Netherlands), will speak at the 2017 WLSA & College Admission Network (CAN) Conference. Carla will lend her expertise and experience at the WLSA Conference Sessions.
Carla MillarProfessor of International Marketing & Management,
University of Twente (The Netherlands)
Carla Millar is a Fellow of Ashridge at Hult International Business School, and Professor of International Marketing & Management at the University of Twente, the Netherlands.
A former Business School Dean/CEO and MNC executive, she marries integrity and constructive leadership with her international experience, research and outlook; she was CEO of CIty University Business School's Management Development Centre, a professor at ANU, Canberra; Groningen, NL; and Visiting Professor at ESSEC, France, Maribor, Slovenia, Chester, UK; published 100 academic papers, and guest edited a dozen ground breaking special issues of peer reviewed Journals. Her research includes leadership, transparency, ethics, intangibles and innovation, cultureand organisational change, people in knowledge intensive industries, branding and reputation, and national governance bundles. She is frequently asked on panels assesing the quality of universities, research centres or major research grant applications, or as a keynote speaker at international conferences.
Carla started her career at Unilever where she was their first female line manager, and specialised in strategy, new product development and international branding.
She is an active Ambassador for the advancement of women in academic careers, served for many years as member of the Board of the Dutch Network of Female Professors, as Secretary of the Academy of International Business (UK) and as Treasurer of the Academy of Marketing, of which she is their 10th Honorary Fellow and a LIfe Member.
She co-authored boooks on 'Emergent Globalisation' (2005), 'Knowledge Entanglements' (2006) and 'Ethical Leadership: global challenges and perspectives' (2011).