Dr. Jill Griffin
Executive Director, Institute for Global Enterprise in Indiana
Schroeder Family Bldg. 265
Jill Griffin joined the Institute for Global Enterprise in Indiana as the director of the GAP Program in August 2012. She brings practical experience as a management consultant at Deloitte Consulting as well as experience in brand management and business development at Dell Computer Corporation.| Griffin’s academic training includes a PhD in Marketing from the University of Texas at Austin, an MBA and MS in Industrial and operations engineering from the University of Michigan, a MA in economics from Indiana University, and a BA in mathematics and Russian from Trinity University. She has spent more than seven years living and working abroad in such countries as Germany, Austria, Russia, and Bulgaria. Her research on consumer behavior is published in the Journal of Marketing Research and the Journal of Consumer Psychology. In addition to directing GAP and coaching students on projects with industry partners, Griffin has taught courses in brand management, consumer behavior, marketing strategy, marketing research, microeconomics and macroeconomics. She is passionate about providing transformative educational experiences to students.
Mrs. Erin Lewis
Program Director, Institute for Global Enterprise in Indiana
Schroeder Family Bldg. 266
Erin Lewis joined the Institute for Global Enterprise as its Program Director in June 2015. Prior to joining the Institute, she served as former United States Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor’s Director of Outreach at iCivics, directing its national field networks, communications and partnerships.| She also served as a Research Assistant at the Indiana University Public Policy Institute, Indiana's Director of Civic Education for six years, and is a former United States Marine, having completed Officer Candidate School in Quantico. While obtaining her Masters of Public Affairs in Policy Analysis with Honors, she helped create the Center for Civic Literacy, the nation's first interdisciplinary center devoted exclusively to researching civics content knowledge, and completed IU’s rigorous Oxford University summer program in England. In 2013, she was one of only three SPEA graduate students to receive the William M. Plater Civic Engagement Medallion for service to the community while at IUPUI. She is passionate about providing transformative experiences to students, and hopes to give the GAP experience to as many students as possible. She is coming home, as she received her B.S. in Political Science and Psychology from the University of Evansville.
Dr. Walayet Khan
Research Director, Institute for Global Enterprise in Indiana
Schroeder Family Bldg. 144
Publications – Honors – Presentations
As research director of the Institute for Global Enterprise in Indiana, Dr. Walayet A. Khan works to increase awareness and research of internationally related topics across the University of Evansville campus. Dr. Khan joined the University of Evansville in 1989 as assistant professor of finance. Since joining the University, |Dr. Khan has been active and consistent in research endeavors with a strong involvement in the international area. He has published papers coauthored with colleagues globally from countries such as Australia, Singapore, Portugal, and Taiwan. Dr. Khan has served as a consultant to various national organizations, including the Philadelphia Stock exchange (the largest foreign currency options market), the Chicago Stock Exchange, and Kaplin Schwezer. Dr. Khan holds a PhD in finance and an MBA from the University of Arkansas. Dr. Khan has taught courses in finance, economics, and statistics including financial management, corporate financial policy, international finance, investments, derivative securities, financial markets & institutions, risk management, money and banking, business statistics, financial planning, international economics, macroeconomics, and global capital markets.
Mrs. Cindy Kelley
Senior Administrative Assistant/Global Enterprise
Schroeder Family Bldg. 260