PCSB Committees & Service

Standing Committees:

Senior Leadership Team

The Senior Leadership Team (SLT) is chaired by the dean and includes department chairs and members of the Dean’s Office staff, with ad-hoc participation from faculty directors of strategically-aligned initiatives and graduate programs. The SLT has oversight of curriculum and co-curricular activities with overarching responsibility for PCSB policies and procedures, faculty workload and performance, and progress on the PCSB strategic plan. As of 2023, this committee has absorbed both the former stand-alone undergraduate and graduate curriculum committees.

  • Chairperson: Sylvia Maxfield
  • Support Lead: Judith Robinson
  • Members: Julia Camp, Carolyn Duane, Jacqueline Elcik, Matthew Eriksen, Daniel Horne, and Edward Szado
  • Ex-officio Members: Jonathan Jackson (AOL/MSBA), Christopher Lyddy (PoWE), Patrick Kelly (Ethics), and Stephen Perreault (TDP)

Assurance of Learning Committee

The Assurance of Learning (AOL) Sub-committee reports to the SLT and oversees the PCSB’s system of learning outcomes assessment in line with AACSB standards. The committee works with PCSB departments and faculty to coordinate AOL activities for the PCSB undergraduate and graduate programs.

  • Chairperson: Jonathan Jackson
  • Support Lead: Lisa Mildner
  • Members: Carolyn Duane, Jacqueline Elcik, Marcin Krolikowski, Christopher Lyddy, Ranier Robinson, and Ainslie Schultz

International Committee

The International Sub-committee (ISC) reports to the SLT and AOL Committee with responsibility for PCSB study abroad programs, policies and procedures in coordination with the PC-wide Center for Global Education, and for teaching and learning related to international/global curricular and co-curricular programs and learning outcomes.

  • Chairperson: Jacqueline Elcik
  • Support Lead: Brooke Aubin
  • Members: Piotr Chelminski, Michael Grande, Marcin Krolikowski, Molly Magrane, Nevena DiSaia, John Schibler, and Christian Wilwohl

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee

The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Committee is a multi-stakeholder group including faculty, staff, students, and Business Advisory Council members. The DEI Committee is charged with oversight of PCSB policies and programs that support the School’s strategic goals in the diversity sphere as nested within the PC-wide goals in this area.

  • Chairpersons: James Perry and Arati Srinivasan
  • Support Lead: Judith Robinson
  • Members: M. Cary Collins, Matthew Conroy ’92, Abigail Corrington, William Daley ’94, Diego Garcia ’25, Daniel Gleason ’05, Keven Gomez ’23, ’24G, Sydnee Manley, Melissa Mardo, Sylvia Maxfield, Santiago Molina ’25, Margaret Moore ’06, Jason Morales ’26, Gabriela Moretti, Kevin Newman, Nea North, Carl Picerno ’26, John Schibler, Nicholas Sirianni ’05, and Penelope Tejada ’26

Intellectual Contributions Committee

The Intellectual Contributions Committee (ICC) is chaired by a tenured faculty member and is charged with the oversight of matters of faculty qualifications and intellectual contributions. The ICC evaluates existing policies related to intellectual contributions and recommends changes to those policies; this includes bringing forward policies or changes to existing policies to the entire PCSB faculty for approval. The ICC also develops criteria for judging the quality of intellectual contributions and evaluating faculty qualifications in line with AACSB criteria, and proposes incentive programs for the achievement and maintenance of high-quality scholarship. Lastly, the ICC oversees the PCSB’s Fund for Faculty Research & Development (FFRD) process, which provides supplementary funding for PCSB faculty to support professional development activities in the areas of research and pedagogy.

  • Chairperson: Liu Wang
  • Support Lead: Lisa Mildner
  • Members: Jessica Buchanan, Arati Kale, Patrick Kelly, Ainslie Schultz, Arati Srinivasan, and Scott Wright

Exceptions Committee

The Exceptions Committee oversees exceptions to student requirements for remaining enrolled at PC as a business major.

  • Chairperson: Kristin Shepherd
  • Support Lead: Brooke Aubin
  • Members: Jacqueline Elcik, Teodros Getachew, Ronald Jelinek, Matthew Keane, Brian Lamoureux, and Peter Palumbo

Ad-Hoc Task Forces:

Business Foundations Task Force

The Business Foundations Task Force is charged with the development of an Introduction to Business course and/or programming requirement(s) for business majors.

  • Chairpersons: Jacqueline Elcik and Matthew Eriksen
  • Support Lead: Brooke Aubin
  • Members: Rae Caloura, Brenda Canning, Abigail Corrington, Molly Magrane, Matthew Moquin, and Edward Nelson

Economics Task Force

The Economics Task Force is charged with the development of a business economics course requirement for business majors.

  • Chairperson: Sylvia Maxfield
  • Support Lead: Judith Robinson
  • Members: Matthew Callahan and Scott Wright

Societal Impact Task Force

The Societal Impact Task Force is charged with the development of a strategic plan for societal impact through thought leadership and engagement in alignment with AACSB International business accreditation standards 8 and 9.

  • Chairperson: David McIntyre
  • Support Lead: Lisa Mildner
  • Members: Piotr Chelminski, Carolyn Duane, Fr. Thomas More Garrett, Arati Kale, Matthew Keane, and James Perry

Other Service:

Core Course Coordinators

  • ACC 203/204: Ranier Robinson
  • FIN 113: Robert Camp
  • FIN 207: Brenda Canning
  • FIN 308: Michael Shafer
  • FIN 310: Wen Chen
  • MGT 301: Christopher Lyddy
  • MGT 330: Brian Lamoureux
  • MKT 205: Rae Caloura
  • MKT 434: Scott Wright

Student Club & Co-Curricular Advisors

  • Accounting Association: Charles Speicher
  • American Marketing Association (AMA): H. Kirk Bozigian and Rae Caloura
  • Association of Latino Professionals for America (ALPFA): Gabriela Moretti and James Perry
  • Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS): Kristin Shepherd
  • CFA Research Challenge: Marcin Krolikowski and Edward Szado
  • Deloitte Audit Innovation Challenge: Stephen Perreault
  • Delta Sigma Pi (DSP): Carolyn Duane and Molly Magrane
  • Ethics Competition: Carolyn Duane, Michael Grande, Molly Magrane, Brian Maher, and Patrick Kelly
  • Friar Sales Showcase: Carolyn Duane, Ronald Jelinek, Molly Magrane, and Brian Maher
  • International Business Club: Melissa Mardo
  • National Association of Black Accountants (NABA): Gabriela Moretti and James Perry
  • PC Entrepreneurship Society: Kelly Ramirez
  • PC Finance Society: Paul Scanlon
  • PC Women in Business: Jessica Buchanan and Julia Rumsey
  • PCSB Student Mentor Program: Matthew Moquin
  • PwC Challenge: Stephen Kuselias
  • Student-led Asset Management (SLAM) Program: Paul Scanlon