Meet Anne P. Massey

Anne P. Massey

Anne P. Massey will be the eighth dean of the Wisconsin School of Business, bringing experience as a highly regarded professor and administrator at Indiana University Bloomington.

Massey has served as Dean’s Research Professor of information systems at Indiana’s Kelley School of Business as well as associate vice president in the Office of the Executive Vice President for University Academic Affairs. Her research focuses on technology-driven innovation processes and strategies, and the role of information technology on team performance.

It’s important for us as a school to engage with alumni to get their insight on what we can do to produce better students, to produce better graduates. I have been amazed at the commitment of Wisconsin School of Business alumni to the university and the School.

Anne P. Massey,
Incoming Albert O. Nicholas Dean, Wisconsin School of Business

Massey is eager to begin work in August, looking forward to building on the School’s strengths to further its mission to prepare Business Badgers to address complex business challenges.

“What attracted me was the real commitment to excellence—from the teaching and student environment, to the research environment, to the engagement with the campus and the community,” she says. “That sets the foundation for everything else that we can do.”

Anne P. Massey, right, meets with Sarada (left) and Jon Eckhardt
Anne P. Massey, right, meets with Sarada (left), assistant professor of management and human resources, and Jon Eckhardt, associate professor of management and human resources and executive director of the Weinert Center for Entrepreneurship, during Massey’s visit to campus this spring.

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Frank McGehee (MBA ’99) and Marie McGehee (MBA ’99)

work in the NYC area. Frank is the head of Global CRM for the music streaming company TIDAL and Marie is director of corporate communications for Verizon. In November Frank was elected to a three-year term on the five-person Maplewood, New Jersey Township Committee. Their daughter, Madison, is an aspiring actress performing in several off-Broadway shows and showcases. More Class Notes »

Jonathan Horne<br>(MBA/JD ’13)

launched a new venture capital fund, The Idea Fund of La Crosse, in February. The fund is actively seeking pre-revenue companies in Wisconsin for investment. Prior to the Idea Fund, he worked in the investment banking division of JP Morgan in New York. More Class Notes »

Cara Lombardo<br />(BBA ’10, MAcc ’11)

left her job as an auditor at PwC to become a journalist. Her accounting training has proved useful in her reporting. She and accounting classmate Matthew Brody (MAcc ’11) are planning a 2018 wedding in Madison. More Class Notes »