Dr. Amanda Bullough is an Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship at the Walker Center for Global Entrepreneurship at Thunderbird School for Global Management in Glendale, Arizona.
Dr. Bullough teaches Social Entrepreneurship, Multicultural Teams and Leadership, Professional Development Plans, and Women Entrepreneurs Business Plan Consulting, which connects Thunderbird students with women entrepreneurs in developing countries. She was is the academic director for the first Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women Entrepreneurship training program and the World Bank Entrepreneurship Education & Training (EET) research project. She previously taught graduate and undergraduate level entrepreneurship, management, and international business courses at Florida International University in Miami, Florida. Dr. Bullough has presented on Leadership and Entrepreneurship at numerous international business and management conferences including the ICSB World Conference, Gallup Leadership Institute Summit, the Annual Academy of Management Conference, and the Annual Academy of International Business Conference. She has written papers on Entrepreneurship, Women in Entrepreneurship and Leadership, and Cross-Cultural Leadership, all for the purposes of the advancement of women in economic development efforts.
Dr. Bullough received her Doctor of Philosophy degree from Florida International University in Management & International Business. She holds a Master of Arts degree in International Studies from Florida International University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of South Florida with a major in marketing. Prior to receiving her graduate degrees Dr. Bullough worked in marketing and advertising.