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Christine El Haddad

Christine El-Haddad’s areas of expertise include business and corporate strategy, innovation and organizational change. She teaches Strategic Management and Advanced Methods in Strategic Analysis at Marshall and has lectured in both the undergraduate and MBA programs. During her doctoral studies, she received an award for Excellence in Teaching. She has also received recognition for her teaching from the Office of the Vice-Dean for Undergraduate Programs.


Dr. Haddad has substantial experience in designing educational programs and conferences. She has developed executive education programs for senior hospital executives and physicians for the USC Office of Continuing Education. She has also organized and delivered two highly successful day-long Marshall educational conferences featuring nationally renowned speakers including Arianna Huffington and leaders from Google, Groupon, Hulu, Electronic Arts, Fox and Lionsgate. She has recently designed the Business Strategy course for the Iovine and Young Academy, a new groundbreaking USC program focused on invention and conceptual thinking and aimed at empowering the next generation of disruptive inventors across various industries.
 
As a management consultant and strategist, she has advised and consulted with various organizations in the areas of strategic planning, market research and program development. She has also consulted with various not-for-profit organizations including Habitat for Humanity. She has served on the Board of the USC Marshall Alumni Association, LA Chapter and named “Board Member of the Year” for exemplary leadership. Dr. Haddad is currently a business partner in a new venture in education and publishing.
 
She holds a Ph.D. in Management from the University of Southern California. Her current research interests lie in the area of social entrepreneurship. She is a member of the Academy of Management and the Strategic Management Society. During her studies, she received various merit-based scholarships including the Procter and Gamble Scholarship for Business.


Email: elhaddad@marshall.usc.edu