Dr. Emad Rahim is an award-winning author, educator, entrepreneur and TEDx Speaker. He co-authored the best-selling book “Foundations of Social Responsibility and Its Application to Change” and “Leading through Diversity: Transforming Managers into Effective Leaders.” His story was turned into a short documentary and adapted into the Syracuse Stage theater production titled ‘Tales from the Salt City,’ which is an extension of the acclaimed Undesirable Elements series written by celebrated playwright, Ping Chong. He co-founded two startup firms and is an equity partner of IntelligentHQ.com. He has written for Forbes, CEO Magazine, Startup Magazine and Syracuse New Times.
He currently serve as the Kotouc Endowed Chair at Bellevue University and JWMI Fellow at the Jack Welch Management Institute. He completed is postdoctoral studies at Harvard University, Tulane University and University of Maryland University UC, and earned a doctorate in management from Colorado Tech. He lives in Syracuse NY, loves coffee, foodie fanatic and is passionate with this thing called entrepreneurship. He has been featured in the Huffington Post, Forbes Magazine, IntelligentHQ, The Humanist and CEO Magazine. Follow him on Twitter @DrEmadRahim