Dr. Emad Rahim is an award-winning author, educator, entrepreneur, Fulbright Specialist and TEDx Speaker. He has over 10 years of experience as a project manager, managing a diverse portfolio of projects for cross-functional organizations around the country. He earned advanced post-doctoral credentials from Harvard, Tulane, and the University of Maryland/UC. He has a Doctorate of Management and two graduate degrees in business from Colorado Tech, and completed his undergraduate education at SUNY Empire State College, and multiple professional certifications (PMP, CSM, APMC, OMCP, CM). He currently serves as the Kotouc Family Endowed Chair and Professor at Bellevue University, and Training Consultant at Cornell University.