Gregory Stoller

    • Member Type(s): Expert
    • Title:Senior Lecturer
    • Organization:Boston University
    • Area of Expertise:Entrepreneurship, experiential learning

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My Expertise

    My Expertise

      Area(s) of expertise: Entrepreneurship, experiential learning
      Summary of expertise:
      I am actively involved in building entrepreneurship, experiential learning and international business programs at Boston University. I regularly mentor student teams which participate in business plan and venture capital competitions. Additionally, I am the owner of a commercial real estate holding company and speak, read and write 7 different languages.
      Blog/Web site:
      Books/articles published:
      Strategies in Entrepreneurial Finance (ISBN #: 1933583126), Lost Art of Business Training. (, ViewPoint: Lessons learned from Boston entrepreneurs (Boston Business Journal), Learning from China's Entrepreneurs (
      Teaching Fellow, Susilo Institute for Ethics in the Global Economy (2016), Boston College IDeS Teaching with New Media Award (2013), Carroll School Graduate Faculty Member of the Year (2011).
      Prior media experience:
      1) Host of weekly TV show, The Language of Business. 2) Multiple live and taped appearances on TV and radio. 3) Frequent Op Ed publisher, 4) Regularly quoted in local, regional and national publications.
      Educational background:
      M.B.A., Harvard Business School
      B.S., Cornell University
      Jennifer Powell (, Don Kelley (, Dr. Jeffrey Ringuest (
      Entrepreneurship, International Business, Business Planning, China / Japan

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