Joseph W. Chevarley, MPA

Lecturer on International Business and Strategy, D'Amore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern University

Joseph W. Chevarley, Jr., is a management lecturer at Northeastern University's D'Amore-McKim School of Business in the international business and strategy and in the management and organizational development groups. He has also taught organizational behavior at Boston College's Woods College of Advancing Studies and strategic management at Bentley University. He is particularly interested in the debate about businesses' responsibility, the link between company culture and strategy, and managing across cultures. He has co-authored a number of strategic management cases.

Prior to his academic career, Chevarley taught business English and cross-cultural communication to Japanese salarymen in Japan and Hawaii, and served in the US Air Force in South Korea and in the US. He holds a BA in government from the University of Notre Dame, an MPA from the University of Massachusetts, and an MEd from the University of Hawaii. He also studied at the Harvard Business School in the doctor of business administration program.


  • MPA University of Massachusetts