Eastern Academy of Management is a community of college educators and scholars dedicated to using our skills and talents to help the world work better. As a learning community, we are devoted to the members’ professional development as well as the advancement of management theory, research, education, and practice. Formed in 1964 as the eastern regional  division of the Academy of Management, we augment and complement AOM's activities by conducting our own domestic and international meetings. 

Values

  • We value high quality research, teaching, and practice in the field of management and organization
  • We cultivate and advocate ethical behavior in all aspects of our work
  • We provide a dynamic and supportive community for all of our members, embracing the full diversity of our backgrounds and experiences
  • We respect each of our members' voices and seek to amplify their ideas
  • We build cooperative relationships with other institutions committed to the advancement of scholarship and teaching about management and organization


EAM Inc. Bylaws

2022-2023 Board of Directors

Board Positions Current Officers & Directors, Term Expiration
President

Tejinder Billing, May 2023
Rowan University


President-Elect

Mariana Lebron, May 2023

Towson University


Vice President-Program

Vishal Gupta, May 2023

University of Alabama

Vice President-Program Elect

Noel Criscione-Naylor, May 2023

Stockton University


Vice President-International

Marie-Line Germain, May 2024

Western Carolina University


Treasurer

Yifeng Fan, May 2024

Fairfield University

 
Past Treasurer

Jiyun Wu, May 2023

Rhode Island College

Past President Mousumi Bhattacharya, May 2023
Fairfield University

Director (Secretary)

Julie Stanton, May 2023
The Pennsylvania State University Media PA

 Director (Fellows)

Edward Christensen, May 2024

Monmouth University
 

Director (Membership)

Heidi Bertels, May 2023
College of Staten Island / CUNY

Director (Publications)

Regina Kim, May 2025

Fairfield University
 
Director (Communications)

Alison Wall, May 2025

Southern Connecticut State University


Director (At large)    Lisa Stickney, May 2025

University of Baltimore

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EAM Outreach Committee

Liaison Coordinators     Juia Eisenberg, May 2025,  Pace University

                                                    Sanjay Chaudhary, May 2025, OP Jindal Global University

Publications                        Huy (David) Tran, May 2025, Albright College

Fundraising                         Jeff Mello, May 2025


EAM Statement of  Purpose

CLICK HERE FOR STATEMENT OF PURPOSE

EAM Past Presidents

  • John G. Hutchinson
  • Dean F. Berry
  • Charles E. Summer
  • Walter A. Hill
  • C. Wickham Skinner
  • Harold Lazarus
  • Ogden Hall
  • Stanley Young
  • Rocco Carzo, Jr.
  • M. William Frey
  • John W. Slocum, Jr.
  • John N. Yanounzas
  • Martin J. Gannon
  • Don Hellriegel
  • Louis K. Bragaw
  • Mahmoud A. Wahba
  • Joseph A. Alutto
  • Henry P. Sims Jr.
  • Mariann Jelinek
  • John F. Veiga
  • Randall S. Schuler
  • Gary N. Powell
  • Carolyn R. Dexter
  • Michael J. Kavanagh
  • D. Jeffrey Lenn
  • Nicholas J. Beutell
  • Eugene G. Gomolka
  • Joseph Seltzer
  • William P. Ferris
  • Craig C. Lundberg
  • D. Anthony Butterfield
  • David D. Palmer
  • Joan Weiner
  • Eileen Kaplan
  • Alison M. Konrad
  • Bonnie Betters-Reed
  • Joel Harmon
  • Steven I. Meisel
  • Mzamo Mangaliso
  • Judi Neal
  • dt ogilvie
  • Eric Kessler
  • Shanthi Gopalakrishnan
  • Edward Christensen
  • Dilip Mirchandani
  • Laurel Goulet
  • John Ogilvie
  • Elizabeth Davis
  • Theodore Peters
  • Timothy Golden
  • Kristin Backhaus
  • Paul Szwed
  • Kathleen Barnes
  • Filiz Tabak
  • Laurie Levesque
  • Elizabeth McCrea
  • Jeff Mello

EAM Fellows

Fellows of the EAM are members who have contributed at multiple levels, in multiple ways, and over an extended period to further EAM’s objectives. The Body of Fellows consists of individuals nominated by the Fellows and confirmed by the EAM Board of Directors. Through confirmation they are recognized for past contributions and (just as importantly) are expected to continue contributing for the benefit of the organization.

The EAM Fellows Fund seeks to support EAM activities and initiatives across a broad range such as Doctoral Student scholarships and the Distinguished Speaker series.

  • Bonnie Betters-Reed
  • Nick Beutell
  • Tony Butterfield
  • Edward Christensen
  • Kathleen Dechant
  • Carolyn R. Dexter
  • David Fearon
  • Jeanie M. Forray
  • William P. Ferris
  • Timothy Golden
  • Martin J. Gannon
  • Timothy Golden
  • Shanthi Gopalakrishnan
  • Laurel Goulet
  • Joel Harmon
  • Claudia Harris
  • David H. Holt
  • Mariann Jelinek
  • Eric Kessler
  • Alison Konrad
  • Michael J. Kavangh
  • D. Jeffrey Lenn
  • Laurie Levesque
  • Joseph Litterer
  • Craig Lundberg
  • Mzamo Mangaliso
  • Steve Meisel
  • Dilip Mirchandani
  • Judith A. Neal
  • David D. Palmer
  • Theodore Peridis
  • Ted Peters
  • Gary N. Powell
  • Joy Schneer
  • Joseph Seltzer
  • Henry P. Sims, Jr.
  • Filiz Tabak
  • Cheryl Tromley
  • John F. Veiga
  • Heidi Vernon
  • Joan Weiner
  • John N Yanouzas


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