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Global,
Responsible,
Innovative

Crummer students, faculty, alumni, staff, and supporters share a passion for positively impacting their organizations and communities.

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Our Mission
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Our Vision
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Our Values
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Our Mission

The mission of the Rollins College Crummer Graduate School of Business is to develop global business leaders and innovators through a high quality, integrated, experiential education that prepares them to add significant value to their organizations and communities.

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Our Vision

We will be increasingly recognized nationally as a world-class graduate business school.  To enable this, our faculty, staff, and students will ensure that:

  • The Crummer Graduate School of Business is a student-centric, stakeholder-focused center of learning that operates in an innovative and responsible manner.
  • Its identity is based upon transformative experiential learning, building on its historical strengths in leadership, ethics, entrepreneurship, and a global mindset.
  • It distinctively operates within a robust ecosystem that incorporates cutting edge technology and integrated resources for the creation and delivery of management education that outpaces the requirements of our industry partners.
  • Its educational and business practices foster sustainable and innovative knowledge that anticipate student, faculty and market needs through collaboration with our partners in the commercial, government and academic sectors.
  • It adds value to our partner’s bottom line by educating and enhancing the human capital that drives the financial performance of organizations.
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Our Values

At the Crummer Graduate School of Business, our beliefs govern our approach to management education, which are informed by these values:

  1. EXCELLENCE Our commitment to excellence requires a shared accountability to our standards by students, staff, and faculty. This standard of excellence is grounded in an appreciation for diversity of experience, background, and perspective.
  2. INTEGRITY Valuing integrity requires that all who are associated with Crummer are accountable to the highest ethical standards and practices. Educate, Impact
  3. INNOVATION Being innovative means that we have an entrepreneurial teaching mindset that generates enterprising and responsible business practices for global leaders.
  4. LIFELONG LEARNING Our commitment to lifelong learning is exemplified through experiential and collaborative activities. We hold that learning through peer-to-peer, faculty-to-peer, and post-graduate experiences are essential to the interests of our community.
  5. FISCAL RESPONSIBILTY Being fiscally responsible means that we make mission-centric decisions which ensure operational success and long-term value creation.
  6. DIVERSITY Our commitment to diversity is rooted in the belief that equity and inclusion drive excellence and innovation. We are committed to creating and maintaining an environment that respects diverse traditions, hertitages and experiences.
  7. IMPACT  We are committed to continually responding to, and influencing the skills of our stakeholders and society at large. We hold that these skills are essential to creating value across a broad time horizon and shaping organizations across the globe.
  8. TOUCHPOINT  We believe that excellence is achieved by delivering personal, high-touch, and customized experiences extending throughout our student and customer lifecycle, from the prospective student phase, to the classroom and beyond.

Top-Ranked Business School

Discover Why Crummer is the #1 MBA in Florida

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#1 for ROI
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#1 For Flexibility
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#1 for Leadership Development
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Best Business Schools
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Top Global MBA
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Premier Global EDBA
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Top Regional College

Forbes: #1 MBA in Florida for Return on Investment

The Crummer Early Advantage MBA is No. 1 among Business Schools in Florida according to Forbes, September 2019. This survey was conducted every two years, and for 20 years we were consistently ranked among the top two full-time MBA’s in Florida. Rankings were based on a student’s return on investment 5 years after graduation.

Abound: Best MBA Programs 2023

The Crummer MBA was ranked among the Nation’s best MBAs for its flexibility, affordability, and mentorship.

Leadership Excellence: #1 in the Nation

The Crummer MBA at the Crummer Graduate School of Business has been recognized as the top leadership development educator by HR.com’s Leadership Excellence awards for 4 years in a row.

Princeton Review Best Business Schools List

The Princeton Review features the Crummer MBA in its list of “Best Business Schools” for 2023.

CEO Magazine Tier One Business School

CEO Magazine lists the Crummer Graduate School of Business as a Tier One business school in its Global MBA Rankings.

Premier Global DBA

The Crummer Executive Doctorate in Business Administration is showcased by CEO Magazine as a premier DBA program. The list is based upon accreditation, quality of faculty, geography, and international standing.

U.S. News & World Report

In addition to its business school, Rollins College has received top rankings from national publications for all of its graduate and undergraduate programs. For 25 years in a row, Rollins has been ranked among the top two regional universities in the South and has been the top-ranked Florida school in the category by U.S. News & World Report.

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Orlando named #2 Best City to Start a Career
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50 Reasons to Love Orlando
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Orlando named #3 Best City for Jobs

Orlando named #2 Best City to Start a Career

Deciding where to lay the foundation for a long and prosperous career can be a tall order, especially for recent graduates entering the job market for the first time. After all, there are many factors — job-market saturation, housing affordability and commuter-friendliness, for instance — to consider about each prospective area.

In order to help new graduates start their search for a career, WalletHub compared the relative market strength and overall livability of more than 180 U.S. cities to help recent college graduates find the best cradles for their budding careers.

50 Reasons to Love Orlando

Orlando named #3 Best City for Jobs

WalletHub compared more than 180 U.S. cities across 32 key indicators of job-market strength. They range from job opportunities to employment growth to monthly average starting salary.

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Anil Menon, Ph.D. - Bio
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A Vision for Crummer’s Future: Dean Anil Menon’s Town Hall Message
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Rollins Announces New Dean of Crummer Graduate School of Business

Anil’s career has been forged at the intersection of business innovation and market disruption. Anil Menon’s career reflects the evolving narrative of capitalism, where values, technology, and societal impact converge. As a transformative business leader, Anil’s track record isn’t just defined by revenue generation, but also by his ability to forge sustainable business models anchored in customer loyalty and societal enrichment.

By now, you have probably heard of our new dean, Anil Menon, but do you know his vision for Crummer and ideas for the future? On December 12, Dr. Menon held a town hall event, answering questions from Alumni Board President Austin Montgomery ’17MBA as well as inquiries from attendees. Dean Menon began addressing the group by getting personal, sharing his love of the Wild West and classic country music.

Of great interest was the dean’s observations from the first three months. Dr. Menon emphasized that there has been a systemic change in MBA schools: Stanford enrollments have declined for MBAs, and Harvard’s placement has dropped. Schools need more hybrid options as well as badging or certifications to build a degree or concentration over time. There needs to be more of a focus on executive education with more partnerships with the business community. Crummer is a smaller, more intimate school and while that won’t change, we do need to become a little bit larger to have more of an impact. Dr. Menon also posed the questions: What is our value proposition? Why Crummer? He stated we need to shift away from a functional approach to a value creation and growth model.

Rollins welcomes Anil Menon as its new dean of the Crummer Graduate School of Business. This is a strategic move on the part of the College to meet the demands of a shifting business landscape that requires technically sound, culturally sensitive, value-driven leaders. In this vein, Menon brings a broad range of experience and a proven track record of academic excellence to Rollins that aligns perfectly with Crummer’s efforts to reimagine traditional MBA education for the future.

“Business leadership has never been more challenging in a world of rapid change, marked by unpredictable market dynamics, technological advancements, environmental concerns, and evolving social paradigms,” says President Grant Cornwell. “Now, more than ever, we need resilient business leaders who can navigate these changes, spearhead innovation, and drive sustainable growth. With his unique blend of academic and business leadership expertise, a strong belief in a student-centric approach to teaching, and commitment to innovation, I believe Dr. Menon is the ideal choice to lead the Crummer Graduate School of Business.”

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Our Advisory Boards:
A Community of Leaders

Dean's Advisory Board

Center for Advanced Entrepreneurship Board of Advisors

Center for Leadership Development Business Advisory Board

Crummer Alumni Board

Executives

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The Suite Spot for Executives

With a diverse portfolio of degree and non-degree programming at the senior-executive level, Crummer is regionally renowned for helping organizations retain and develop executive talent.

Whether you seek to earn a prestigious MBA, elevate your expertise with Florida’s first AACSB-accredited doctorate in business administration degree, or expand your knowledge through specialized workshops and programming, Crummer has the right opportunity for you.

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At the Heart of Everything

Sure, the Rollins College campus in Winter Park, Florida, is gorgeous (regularly ranks among the the most beautiful campus in the nation). And, yes, the Orlando region is one of the top vacation destinations in the world, with endless entertainment options for you and your family.

But did you know that Rollins and Crummer, just 10 minutes from downtown Orlando, are at the heart of a thriving business community? The Orlando region led the nation in job growth from 2014-2018, and is attracting some of the biggest names in business, creating thousands of high-wage, high-tech jobs in a region traditionally known for tourism. Recently named one of the nation’s most cost-competitive locations, Orlando is an emerging tech and startup hub and Florida’s friendliest metro for small businesses.

With deep connections to local, regional, and global organizations, Crummer can help you take your career or business to the next level.

We invite you to explore the Visit Rollins website for directions to campus.

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Overview
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Dean's Office
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Admission
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Student Success
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Career Resource Center
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Alumni Relations & Development
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Center for Management & Executive Education
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Center for Advanced Entrepreneurship
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Center for Leadership Development
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Media Inquiries
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Marketing & Communications
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Edyth Bush Institute for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Leadership

Overview

Thank you for your interest in the Crummer Graduate School of Business. Our exceptional staff members are here to help you and answer any questions you may have.

Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College

1000 Holt Avenue – 2722 | Winter Park, FL | 32789-4499

Admissions: 407-646-2405

Student Services: 407-691-1195

Dean's Office

Anil Menon, Dean
amenon@rollins.edu
407-646-2249

Teisa Brown, Executive Assistant to the Dean
tbrown2@rollins.edu
407-646-2249

William Seyfried, Associate Dean and Chief Operating Officer
wseyfried@rollins.edu
407-691-1374

Michael Kazazis, Director of Strategic Initiatives & Innovation
mkazazis@rollins.edu
407-646-2039

Michael Blackburn, Director of Operations
mblackburn@rollins.edu
407-646-1579

 

Admission

Elissa DeCampli Jovita, Director of Admission
ejovita@rollins.edu
407-646-2456

Kennedi Esteen, Assistant Recruitment & Database Manager
kesteen@rollins.edu
407-646-2459

Anthony Tufano, Associate Operations and Database Manager
atufano@rollins.edu
407-646-2582

Student Success

Renee Quintanilla, Director of Student Success
rquintanilla@rollins.edu
407-646-2335

Student Services
Ann Ketteringham, Program Manager
aketteringha@rollins.edu
407-691-1195

Caroline Layson, Coordinator
clayson@rollins.edu
407-646-1509

Student Records

Career Resource Center

Melanie Rodriguez, Associate Director
mjrodiguez@rollins.edu
407-646-2210

Alumni Relations & Development

Lovelyn Findley ’19 ’21MBA, Assistant Director of Crummer Alumni Relations
lfindley@rollins.edu
407-691-1220

Syntyche Walker, Director of Development
swalker1@rollins.edu
407.628.6330

Center for Management & Executive Education

Vanessa-Lyn Kannemeyer, Director
vkannemeyer@rollins.edu
407-691-1095

Tracy Perry, Custom Program Manager
tperry@rollins.edu
407-691-1252

Molly Dawson, Open Enrollment Program Manager/Office Manager
mldawson@rollins.edu
407-628-6354

Center for Advanced Entrepreneurship

Daniel Perez, Assistant Director
dfperez@rollins.edu
407-646-2446

Pete McAlindon, Ph.D., Executive-in-Residence
pmcalindon@rollins.edu
407-646-2438

Center for Leadership Development

Sabrina Deshner, Associate Director
sdeshner@rollins.edu
407-691-1059

For media inquiries, please contact:

Kate Kehrberger
kkehrberger@rollins.edu
407-646-2537

Carolyn Turner, Director of Marketing & Communications
cturner@rollins.edu
407-975-6410

Kate Kehrberger, Associate Director of Marketing & Communications
kkehrberger@rollins.edu
407-646-2537

Arielle Haughee, Marketing & Communications Editor
ahaughee@rollins.edu
407-646-2467

Edyth Bush Institute for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Leadership

Contact us directly at 407-975-6414

Min Sun Kim, Executive Director
mkim@rollins.edu

Ann Hughes, Director, Educational Experiences
amhughes@rollins.edu

Jim Moody, Partner Development & Relationship Manager
jmoody@rollins.edu

Erin Webb, Program Manager
eewebb@rollins.edu

Leilany Romero, Operations Specialist
ljromero@rollins.edu

Tracey Olaez, Membership Manager
tolaez@rollins.edu

Barbara Van Arsdale, Administrative and Program Services Manager
bvanarsdale@rollins.edu

Andrew Smith, Grants & Special Projects Manager
absmith@rollins.edu

Cat Baldwin, Virtual Community Specialist
cbaldwin@rollins.edu

Rachel Strehlow, Marketing & Communications Manager
rstrehlow@rollins.edu

CRUMMER NEWS

Crummer News & Stories

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Crummer alum and Golden State Warrior’s Senior Director of Partnerships, Dave Pitt `04 `06MBA, has had a front row seat to one of the greatest sports dynasties of all-time.

Crummer’s Dr. Whittingham Puts Theory into Practice with Newly Launched Coffee Company

Years of consulting trips to Costa Rica’s coffee-rich farmland inspired Dr. Whittingham to launch Artifx Cafe, designed to create real income for small farmers and positively impact their communities.

Citi Senior VP Gaileon Thompson Creating a Legacy in the Finance Field

Gaileon Thompson `01 `03MBA leveraged her strong interpersonal skills to land a senior analyst position at SunTrust upon graduating from Crummer – she now funds a scholarship in her father’s name and

Sights & Sounds: Alumni Gather for 2019 Oktoberfest Scholarship Fundraiser

Crummer Oktoberfest 2019 was one of the best years yet, raising over $22,000 for the Crummer Scholarship Fund, a new record. We captured the night via video and photos.

Global Links ‘Ripple Effect’ Transforming Lives in Brazil, India

Global Links seeks corporate partnerships as it enters next phase of its work empowering females through education and entrepreneurship.

EDBA Graduate Applies Innovative Research Methods to Mergers and Acquisitions Study

Dr. Eduardo Vinocur, an expert in the fields of strategic management and mergers and acquisitions, finds an interesting link between strategic management and the success of mergers and acquisitions.