Lynne Rosansky

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Interim Vice President, Rabb School for Continuing Studies
PhD, Boston University
MBA, Babson College
MA, Boston University

Lynne Rosansky was appointed interim vice president of the Rabb School of Continuing Studies in June 2019. She brings deep academic leadership experience to the role, having served as president, provost, dean and VP of public and private institutions.

Rosansky was the founding president of Hult International Business School, where she led the reaccreditation, relocation and renaming of the former Arthur D. Little School of Management. At SUNY’s Levin Institute, she created the notable “JumpStartNYC” program for laid-off financial services professionals and liasoned with the University of Buffalo’s School of Management to offer the semester in New York City on International Finance and Global Banking. As dean, vice president, provost and board member at Franklin Pierce University, Rosansky led the online program portfolio; new program development; program relocations; program reviews and strategic initiatives. At Bentley University, she led the launch of the online MBA and summer course offerings and engaged the faculty in online teaching/learning seminar series.

As a consultant with Arthur D. Little and Hay McBer, Rosansky offered clients assistance developing competency-based HR systems. She worked with numerous organizations including GE; the US Navy; the IRS; Verizon; and Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare.

Rosansky’s scholarly interest is in art and culture; intercultural management and values-based leadership. Her publications are in the fields of business and society; business ethics and international management.

Rosansky received her PhD in cultural anthropology from Boston University; an MBA from Babson College and BA from Carnegie-Mellon University.