M.B.A., University of Chicago
A.B., Economics, Princeton University
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Prof. Homa has a diverse background that includes consulting, strategic
planning, marketing, operations, information technology, and academia.
He has a cum laude undergraduate degree in economics from Princeton University
and an MBA from the University of Chicago, where he was a lecturer in
marketing and strategic planning for MBA and executive education courses.
Prof. Homa worked as a systems consultant with Arthur Andersen, an economics
analyst for a capital goods manufacturer and an operations analyst for
a major food retailer before joining McKinsey & Company as a management
consultant specializing in consumer goods and marketing.
He was General Manager of Product Marketing for General Electric's Major
Appliance Business Group and General Manager of Marketing for G.E. Housewares.
When Black & Decker acquired G.E. Housewares, Mr. Homa was appointed
Vice President of Marketing for the Household Products Group. In that
position, his responsibilities focused on transferring the equity of the
General Electric brand and establishing Black & Decker as the leading
brand of household products.
Prof. Homa was Vice President - Group Logistics and Business Systems
for Black & Decker with responsibility for Distribution, Customer
Service, and Worldwide Information Services. In this role, he was responsible
for the development and deployment of business systems worldwide, with
particular emphasis on Supply Chain process reengineering.
Currently, he is a Distinguished Teaching Professor on the faculty of
the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business, having earned
several teaching awards including being named "Most Popular Professor"
in the Business Week 2000 Survey of Graduate Business Schools. He teaches
MBA courses in marketing management and strategy, operations management,
and profitability models.
Prof. Homa was on the founding Board of Sequoia Software and is currently
on the Board of Directors of Allied Worldwide - a Clayton Dubilier &
Rice portfolio company.
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