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Janelle (Jan) Shubert, Ph.D.
Jan Shubert has almost 40 years of consulting and teaching experience in organizational innovation and leadership development. She has worked extensively with a wide array of public and private sector, for profit and not-for-profit, domestic and international organizations, helping them design and manage complex organizational growth and develop the leadership capacity necessary to sustain and improve performance and results. More specifically, her work for almost two decades has focused on diversity and women’s leadership.
In 2004, Dr. Shubert joined Babson College’s acclaimed Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership, serving as the Executive Director for CWEL from 2007-2011. She is the faculty co-chair for the College’s Executive Education programs for professional women, collaborating both with women and the organizations where they work to develop the processes and competencies needed to foster innovation and sustain diversified leadership.
As a Senior Fellow in Social Innovation with Babson’s Lewis Institute, Jan has been a part of designing initiatives to enhance corporate social value creation and is the co-author of the book Creating Social Value: A Guide for Leaders and Charge Makers, nominated as an Outstanding Business Book of 2014.
Prior to her position at Babson, Dr. Shubert served on the faculty at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, as well as Harvard Business School, London Business School and the University of Michigan. She is a member of the Boston Board of Strong Women, Strong Girls, The Board of Leaders for 20/20 Women on Boards and for two decades has been a part of the core team for the International Teachers Program, a highly recognized professional development program for business school faculty.
Dr. Shubert received her Ph.D. from the University of Michigan.
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