Gerry GingrichInformation Strategies Department
B.S., University of North Carolina
M.S., University of Maryland
Ph.D., University of Maryland
Post-doctoral fellowship, University of Minnesota
Relevant Professional Experience:
Dr. Gingrich specializes in organizational innovation and strategy, information technology and transformation, and leadership. She has taught at Georgetown University, The George Washington University, and the University of North Carolina. Before entering the teaching profession, Dr. Gingrich was a Corporate Lending Officer for Bank of America and a Certified Public Accountant for KPMG Peat Marwick.
Dr. Gingrich frequently presents papers on the topics of transformation, leadership, and organizational innovation and strategy. Her writings have been published in the Defense Intelligence Journal, the National Defense University’s Strategic Forum, and Organizational Behavior and Human Processes. In 2003, she edited the book Managing Information Technology in Government, Business, and Communities, which addresses the relationships between the changing global landscape and emerging technologies, organizations, and nation states.
Leadership for the Information Age (LDC), Leading Strategies for Disruptive Innovation (LSI), Advanced Management Program (AMP)