Please join us for a reception
and networking opportunity
with LSE’s

Dr Dina Dommett

Associate Dean for Programmes
Department of Management


During the evening, Dr. Dommett will speak on

The LSE Department of Management: A Uniquely Competitive
Alternative to Traditional Business Schools

Wednesday, October 26th, 2011

6:30pm


FTI Consulting, Inc.

3 Times Square, 9th Floor
(On 7th Avenue, between 42nd and 43rd Streets)
New York, NY  10036

Space is limited. Kindly respond by phone

to 646-442-2895 or on-line by
clicking here
Free for members/$10 for non-members



LSE Management: A Uniquely Competitive Alternative to Traditional Business Schools
Join this interactive session to share alumni perspectives and to learn how LSE’s newest academic department (formed in 2005) is making its mark as a formidable competitor to traditional management schools. Dina will share highlights of the department’s strategic activities and seek alumni feedback on our mission to serve as a global leader in business education and research. 

About Dina Dommett
Dina Dommett joined the LSE in 2007 to help launch the now successful 2 year Masters in Management and to manage our membership in the CEMS Global Alliance for Management Education, a consortium of 26 business schools and 75 corporate partners worldwide who together deliver the top ranked CEMS Masters in International Management.  She is now developing an executive degree for working professionals: the Global Masters in Management (www.global-mim.com).

Dina started her career as an academic in the humanities. She is a former Fulbright fellow (Rome, 1986) with a PhD from Yale in Italian (1993) and a BA in Italian and German from Boston College (1986). After teaching at Yale and Connecticut College, she ran the education department at the Museum of Television & Radio (now the Paley Center for Media) in New York City. In 1995 she moved to a career in business education administration as Associate Dean for Executive MBA Programs at Columbia Business School, where she helped launch partnerships with London Business School (EMBA-Global in May 2001) and the Berkeley-Columbia EMBA. In September 2001 she moved to London to take on commercial roles at Marconi plc and The Monitor Group. She has also worked for London Business School to launch their Dubai-London EMBA and for New York University Stern, one of LSE’s partners in the prestigious TRIUM Global Executive MBA, which just celebrated its 10th anniversary.


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