Ed Hubbard

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Assistant Professor of Professional Practice
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Janice Levin: Room 259
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Academic Info

M.B.A., The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, with distinction
A.B., Brown University, Mathematical Economics, magnum cum laude


Strategy and Strategic Planning, Management, Corporate Finance, Treasury Management, Structured Finance, Restructuring, Non-profit Governance


Business Policy & Strategy; Strategic Management; Introduction to Management; Finance for Entrepreneurs and Small Business; Strategy for Financial Institutions; Risk Management.

Experience in both traditional classrooms and hybrid course format for 200-student large sections.

Ed also serves as a Department Co-Director of Management Education, with responsibility for coordinating the recruitment of part-time and non-tenure track faculty, among other duties.

Ed Hubbard is an Assistant Professor of Professional Practice in the Management and Global Business Department at Rutgers Business School, where he teaches a variety of courses on management and strategy. Ed has 30 years of experience in the financial services sector, including commercial banking and the bond insurance industry, where he held various executive positions including President and Chief Operating Officer, Chief Financial Officer, and Treasurer. His professional experience also includes serving in C-level roles during key business phases, including start-up, initial public offering, and financial / corporate restructuring. Ed is engaged in the non-profit sector and serves as the Board Chair for a highly successful Bronx-based charter school and serves as the Audit Committee Chair for one of the largest human services agencies in New York City.