Dena Bateh, Professor, Management, Berkeley College Larry L. Luing School of Business®

 

 

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Dena Bateh, PhD
Professor, Management, Berkeley College Larry L. Luing School of Business®

 

Dena Bateh, PhD, is a full-time professor of management and international business in the Larry L. Luing School of Business® at Berkeley College in Midtown Manhattan. In addition to teaching International Trade and Marketing, her areas of expertise also include Business Strategy, Model United Nations, Organizational Behavior, Entrepreneurship and Integrated Marketing. She holds a PhD in International Economics from Columbia University and completed her doctoral dissertation on Healthcare Improvement in Third World Countries – A Focus on Egypt. She holds a BA and an MBA from Jacksonville University in Florida.

 

Prior to becoming a professor, Dr. Bateh worked extensively in the pharmaceutical industry focusing on cardiovascular health. She is the co-founder of the American-Egyptian Aid Foundation, a United Nations NGO. Other than teaching and working with the NGO, Dr. Bateh devotes her time to scholarship in the areas of globalization, cultural evolution, entrepreneurial ecosystems in the MENA Region, digital privacy and healthcare technology. 

 

 

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