Gerald (Jerry) Davis, Ross School of Business
Associate Dean for Business+Impact, Gilbert and Ruth Whitaker Professor of Business Administration, Professor of Sociology
Associate Dean Jerry Davis currently has a book out called “The Vanishing American Corporation: Navigating the Hazards of a New Economy.” He also teaches a course at the Ross School of Business on “social intrapreneurship” that draws on social movement research to provide a framework for leading socially-beneficial changes in organizations, including in their products and services, logistics and other processes, people management practices, and community engagement. His research has examined global corporate responsibility and, most recently, how and why businesses engage with their local non-profit communities, for better or worse. He is an expert affiliate of Poverty Solutions, University of Michigan’s major initiative dedicated to the prevention and alleviation of poverty.
Matthew Kelterborn, Program Director
As program director, Matt leads the advancement of Business+Impact’s engagement with students, faculty, staff, and partners across multiple schools and colleges. Previously, Matt’s work focused on sustainable food systems and the organic products industry while at an organic certification agency and at a university in Pennsylvania. He also worked for the Thailand Development Research Institute and the Michigan Environmental Council. He earned his BA in International Relations with a Specialization in Science Policy from Michigan State University.
Glenn Bugala, Marketing Manager
Glenn manages the marketing and communications for the Business+Impact Initiative. He has worked with a variety of local and national nonprofits in member services, events and marketing roles. He worked for Michigan Ross in Executive Education and the Marketing Communications prior to coming to Business+Impact. His work with nonprofits like the Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence, Microsoft Healthcare Users Group, the Ann Arbor Symphony and Ann Arbor Civic Theatre has prepared him for the diverse offerings of the initiative and the marketing channels utilized. Glenn has an MFA from Purdue and a BA from the University of Michigan.
Ali Kruger facilitates stakeholder engagement in impact at Ross, and teaches Businesses and Leaders in the undergrad core as part of the business administration faculty. Her work and interests center on collaborative problem-solving, and she has organized national strategy sessions on public health, transportation innovation, non-partisan science-based decision-making, and climate. She earned an MBA from the Yale School of Management and a BA from Mount Holyoke College.