Alan joined the Scheller College of Business as an adjunct professor in the January 2001 and has held a number of positions at the university including Director of the DuPree Center for Entrepreneurship, Director of the TI:GER Program, and Director of the Georgia Tech Business Plan Competition. As an adjunct professor Alan has taught over 150 courses in the College of Business primarily in Entrepreneurship, Technology Commercialization, Corporate Innovation, Principles of Management, Management Consulting, and eCommerce. He also serves as an advisor to various student clubs and organizations as well as works directly with students and alumni developing entrepreneurial ventures. Prior to joining the faculty at Georgia Tech Alan spent 26 years with Accenture LTD, 13 years as a Partner. There he assisted large Fortune 1000 companies in strategic and operational initiatives in a variety of business function and industry settings -- mainly products and financial services organizations. He also held a number of regional leadership positions with the firm and was responsible for Accenture’s Insurance Industry practice in the southeast at the time he retired in August 2000. Alan has also been a minority interest owner, COO and CFO for Liberty/MSC, electronics retail start-up with a niche market focused on US Military personnel. With two other entrepreneurs, he grew the firm from a start-up to a $27 million dollar business over a 15-month period. Alan received a Bachelors degree in Industrial Management from Georgia Tech in 1972 and a MBA in Finance from Emory University in 1973. He is active in the local entrepreneurial community and is involved in creating linkages between Atlanta area investors and Georgia Tech student and alumni entrepreneurs.
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