New Board Member Bios


Santanu Chatterjee

Associate Dean for Diversity, International and Master's Programs & Dr. Harold A. Black Distinguished Professor of Economics, Terry College of Business, University of Georgia
Dr. Santanu Chatterjee is the Associate Dean for Diversity, International and Master's Programs and the Dr. Harold A. Black Distinguished Professor of Economics at the University of Georgia's Terry College of Business. He also serves as the Director of the Full-Time MBA & MS Business Analytics programs. Prior to joining the University of Georgia's Economics Department in 2001, he earned his PhD from the University of Washington. Dr. Chatterjee is a three-time winner of the Economics Department's George P. Swift Teaching Award, the Hough O. Nourse MBA Teacher of the Year Award, the Outstanding Faculty Award for Teaching from the Terry College of Business, and the Josiah Meigs Distinguished Teaching Professorship from the University of Georgia. He has been a visiting scholar at the International Monetary Fund, the University of California at Berkeley, and the University of Hamburg in Germany, and is currently serving on the Editorial Boards for Economic Inquiry and the Journal of Macroeconomics.

Cheri DeClercq

Assistant Dean – MBA and Graduate Programs, Broad College of Business, Michigan State University
Cheri DeClercq is a strategic, results-based leader with over 15 years of leadership success in higher education. Driven by a passion to help others reach their full potential, she is known for her positive, energetic approach that builds collaboration, improves culture, and achieves goals. DeClercq joined Michigan State University's Broad College of Business in 2008, and was instrumental in evolving and expanding the Weekend/Executive MBA. She currently serves as a member of the leadership team, a champion for the strategic initiative of DEI, and the senior director of at the Broad College. Externally, she serves on the board (past Chair) of the Executive MBA Council and is active with the MBA Roundtable and GMAC. Her teaching experience is in the areas of global business and strategy. Prior to coming to MSU, DeClercq was responsible for marketing and enrollment management at Central Michigan University's Off-Campus Programs - a system of over 60 locations worldwide and online, offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs for working professionals. Previous roles have leveraged her expertise in marketing and adult learners to implement revenue-generating initiatives at Grand Valley State University and Kirtland Community College.  DeClercq earned her bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University's Broad College in 1989, her master’s in leadership from Central Michigan University in 2002, and her Ph.D. with a cognate in strategy from Michigan State in 2015. She enjoys spending time with family, travel, and a good glass of wine.

D. Jill Green 

Associate Dean for Education and Student Experience at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. Jill joined the Carey Business School
D. Jill Green is the Associate Dean for Education and Student Experience at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. Jill joined the Carey Business School in 2017 as Associate Dean for Student Development before taking over leadership of student recruitment and academic programs in June 2018.  Jill has more than 20 years of legal experience. Before joining Carey, she served as Assistant Dean for Career Development and Adjunct Faculty at the University of Baltimore School of Law where she led the career development team, oversaw the externship programs, and developed public interest and leadership initiatives. Prior to joining UB Law, Jill served as Visiting Clinical Professor at the University of Maine School of Law, Assistant Attorney General for the State Maine, Frank M. Coffin Fellow at Pine Tree Legal Assistance, Staff Attorney at the Brooklyn Children’s Law Center, and Family Law Fellow at Penquis CAP.  Jill serves on the Board of Directors for KIPP Baltimore and as Baltimore Bar Foundation Fellow.   She previously served on the Tahirih Justice Center Advisory Board and as Section Chair for Council on Legal Education & Admission to the Bar, Membership Co-Chair of the Bar Association of Baltimore City, Chair of the Baltimore County Bar Association Professionalism Committee, and on the Civil Justice Board of Directors.  Jill was honored by the Daily Record of Maryland with a 2016 Leadership in Law Award and named one of Maryland’s Top 100 Women in 2015. Jill is a runner and proud mother of three.