Jennifer Stine is an independent consultant, teacher, and innovator. She is an expert in the development of world-class executive and professional programs, with over a decade of leadership experience at Harvard and MIT. Her current focus is developing university-corporate partnerships that lead to innovative, co-created educational experiences. She also conducts research in executive and professional education, and she is an instructor at Harvard Extension School where she teaches organizational behavior, leadership, and teamwork.
From 2008 to 2012 she served as managing director of professional education at Harvard University?s Graduate School of Education, where she was responsible for professional and executive education programs at the School, including K-12 Institutes, The Principals' Center, Harvard Institutes for Higher Education, and WIDE World online courses.
From 2002 to 2008, Stine led executive and professional education for the School of Engineering at MIT. Her accomplishments at MIT included significant expansion of a portfolio of custom and open enrollment certificate programs including the award-winning BP Projects Academy, developed jointly with the MIT Sloan School of Management, the global Accenture Solutions Delivery Academy (now the Accenture Technology Academy) certification program, and the MIT Career Reengineering Program.
Prior to joining MIT in 2002, she worked as an entrepreneur in technology consulting and served as documentation team lead and training co-lead on a major Oracle implementation at Caltech. Stine holds three degrees from Stanford University, including a PhD in history. Recent projects include a report and webinar for Unicon on executive education and massive open online courses (MOOCs), and support for the Accenture Business Process Innovation Academy.
- PhD, Stanford University