George D. and Harriet W. Cornell Professor of International Business and Social Entrepreneurship
Mary Conway Dato-on, Ph.D.
“Global dimensions of business are my passion. At Crummer the administration, faculty and students embrace globalization. Multiple theoretical and practical experiences exist that expand the mind and engage participants in multi-cultural business.”
Mary Conway Dato-on, is Professor of International Business and Social Entrepreneurship, George D. & Harriet W. Cornell Chair, Crummer Graduate School of Business, Rollins College, USA. She is a Fulbright Garcia-Robles Scholar whose research covers social entrepreneurship, non-profit branding, social marketing, cross-cultural consumer behavior, gender and ethics. She has published 20+ peer-reviewed journal articles, five book chapters, 10+ cases, and 40+ professional conference papers. Additionally, Mary leads efforts to promote social entrepreneurship, including a board position on Rally: The Social Enterprise Accelerator, as the inaugural Faculty Director for Rollins’s Social Innovation & Entrepreneurship Hub, and as a leader in developing the Global Links Program – a public–private partnership with reach in four countries.
- International Marketing
- Nonprofit Marketing
- Social Entrepreneurship
- Cross-Cultural Consumer Behavior
- Ph.D., University of Kentucky
- MBA/MIM, Denver University
- BA, Bradley University
- Office Phone: 407-646-2514
- E-mail: email@example.com
- Office Location: Bush Executive Center, Rm. 215
Crummer’s Global Summer: Teaching, Consulting and Traveling
A trio of Crummer professors who spent their summers traveling the globe are now ready to share their perspectives with students this fall.
Global Links Changemakers Reflect on Immersion Program at Crummer
Indian students feel empowered and inspired after social entrepreneurship program. Dr. Mary Conway Dato-on is the Global Links Faculty Adviser.
Eying expansion, Global Links welcomes new staff and global scholars
As a new Program Manager is hired, lofty goals are set for the Tupperware-Rollins partnership, including bringing in another international scholar.