Dr. Carly Speranza is an Assistant Professor of Management in the School of Business and Technology. Previously, she served as the Associate Dean of the College of Strategic Intelligence and Associate Professor of National Security and Leadership Studies at the National Intelligence University, an accredited federal university, in Washington DC. She is a retired Lieutenant Colonel from the U.S. Air Force where she served on active-duty as an Intelligence Officer for over 20 years. Over the course of her career, she has served in an academic capacity at five universities and deployed across the globe eight times with the military, including South America, the Middle East, Europe, and Korea in support of multiple war and crisis operations.
Over the last several years she has published multiple works and has been invited to speak at universities and academic conferences across the globe on a range of leadership topics that include organizational change and transformation, cross-cultural collaboration, expatriate leadership, and organizational trust. She is an active member of several academic associations including the Academy of Management, Association of Leadership Educators, International Leadership Association, and the Management and Organizational Behavior Teaching Society.