Len Greenhalgh is The Tuck School’s Director of Programs for Minority – and Women-Owned Businesses as well as Professor of Management.
He comes from a practitioner background that includes purchasing management, entrepreneurship, and management consulting.
His Ph.D. from Cornell University builds on undergraduate studies in engineering and science and an MBA.
His involvement in minority business education began with Tuck’s inaugural program for minorities in 1980. He has also taught at Oxford, Stanford, Cornell, and MIT.
His work in helping minority business is reflected in the Lifetime Achievement Award from MBDA, the Martin Luther King Social Justice Award from Dartmouth College, and the NMSDC Robert M. Stuart Leadership Award.
He was appointed by The White House to the Advisory Board for the Special Trustee for American Indians. He is the author of Minority Business Success: Refocusing on the American Dream (2011, with James H. Lowry).