Panel Session: Leading GME curricular innovations meeting the needs of students and employers


   Session Overview

Panel Session: Leading GME curricular innovations meeting the needs of students and employers


Chris Collins
Associate Dean for Leadership Development, University of Chicago's Booth School of Business

Chris Collins is the Associate Dean for Leadership Development at the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business. Responsible for the leadership development activities for MBA students across full-time and part-time programs, he oversees the Leadership Effectiveness and Development (LEAD) class required of all MBA students. Dr. Collins also heads leadership development initiatives at the University of Chicago Law School and the College.

José Esteves
Associate Professor, Information Systems/Associate Dean, full-time MBA program & TECH MBA program, IE Business School


Sergio Correa is currently Director, Clean Products Supply and Trading at Delta Air Lines. He is responsible for all the strategic exchanging of Monroe’s gasoline and diesel production for jet fuel, as well as the continued development of Delta’s jet self-supply business model.  Sergio joined Delta in 2011 as part of Delta’s Finance MBA program and held position in ACS and Fuel finance.  He joined the Fuel Management team in 2012 and was instrumental in the initial self-supply business strategy buildout.  He has had several roles of increasing responsibility including fuel analyst, operations, marketing and trading.  Sergio has been a key leader in lowering Delta’s fuel costs versus other airlines and currently oversees +$8B in fuel supply.  Sergio graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and holds an MBA from the University of Georgia. 

Brian Mitchell
Associate Dean, Full Time MBA, Goizueta Business School, Emory University


Brian Mitchell is as an Associate Dean at Emory University’s Goizueta Business School where he leads the Full-Time MBA Programs and Goizueta Global Strategy & Initiatives.  Prior to joining Goizueta, Brian developed a remarkable career in the pharmaceutical industry where he held several leadership positions including all levels of brand management, Global Head of Strategic and Business Analysis and Managing Director for the Specialized Products business of Solvay Pharmaceuticals, Inc.  As the leader of the Specialized Products business, Brian was responsible for delivering a P&L that grew to over $600 million.  In 2010 Brian was among the members of the Solvay senior executive team who successfully exited when the company was sold for $6.2 billion, and subsequently was honored with Emory’s Alumni Achievement Award that same year.  Brian holds a BA in Business Administration with honors from Morehouse College; MBA and MPH from Emory University where he was honored with the Michael Lee Outstanding Student Award; and an Ed.M. in Higher Education from Harvard University where he attended as a Zuckerman Fellow in Harvard’s Center for Public Leadership and earned the Intellectual Contribution and Faculty Tribute Award.  His commitment to education and global citizenship is reflected in his board service, as Brian serves as the treasurer of the Board of Directors for Wesley International Academy, a K-8 International Baccalaureate (IB) World Program School, and a member of the Board of Directors of the National Black MBA Association.