CCoD is fortunate to have a dedicated Board of Directors composed of Darden faculty and community leaders. The Board supports CCoD in various capacities throughout the calendar year. Specifically, the Board plays a crucial roll in the annual project solicitation process. Additionally CCoD is indebted to the Board for its continued support with our consulting projects throughout the year.
Professor E. Richard Brownlee, II, an expert on accounting and financial reporting and management, teaches numerous courses in Darden’s MBA and Executive Education programs. He also serves as a leader of the school’s initiative on environmental management and sustainable business. Brownlee has co-authored several books on accounting and financial reporting, and written dozens of cases and teaching notes. He has received awards for both his teaching and research.
Prior to joining the Darden faculty in 1975, Brownlee taught at Ohio University, the University of Northern Iowa, and Georgia State University. He also worked as a CPA for Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co. He has served as a consultant to The Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts and to various businesses.
Tiha Von Ghyczy
Tihamér G.I. von Ghyczy: Fellow; faculty member, and Director of Business Projects at the Darden School of Business, University of Virginia.
Von Ghyczy is a faculty member and director of business projects at the Darden School of Business, University of Virginia, teaching a second year elective called "Investigations into the Nature of Strategy." He studied philosophy and mathematics at the University of Amsterdam (1975) and earned his MBA from IMEDE (now IMD), in Lausanne, Switzerland (1976). He currently serves as the administrative director of the BRASS/El Pilar archaeology project in Belize. He was formerly a partner in the consulting firm Ramirez Saravia — von Ghyczy & Co. in Argentina. He has served as financial controller, Belcentra AG in Indonesia, and managing director, Holland Asia Trading Co. in Singapore. He joined BCG in 1980 as a consultant in Munich, ultimately becoming a vice president and leader of the Manufacturing/Time-based Competition and technology and communications practice groups.
Senior Lecturer Timothy M. Laseter teaches at Darden as well as an evolving mix of business schools including the Tuck School at Dartmouth, IESE in Barcelona, the London Business School, Emory University’s Goizueta School, the India School of Business, Vanderbilt's Owen School, and the Stern School at NYU.
Prior to joining the Darden faculty in 2002, Laseter was a partner in what is now Booz & Company, with concentrations on operations strategy, supply chain management and sourcing for a wide variety of global businesses. Before joining Booz Allen, Laseter worked in manufacturing operations at a joint venture between Siemens and Corning.
Laseter is the author or coauthor of four books including Balanced Sourcing, Strategic Product Creation, The Portable MBA, and Internet Retail Operations (Forthcoming) and a contributing editor for strategy+business. His academic research, published in a variety of leading journals focuses on Internet-based businesses.