Meet the Advisory Board Members

The Boston College Master of Science in Applied Economics was designed in close collaboration with industry economic leaders who represent a wide variety of organizations throughout a range of sectors such as finance, healthcare, insurance, and the public sector.  The involvement of these leading employers in data and economics has enabled Boston College to provide the next generation of online learning: employer-aligned education. Our advisory board members provided critical input into the design of the curriculum and they continue to be actively involved in many aspects of the applied economics program.

John Arabadjis, Ph.D.Head of Macro Strategy Products & Analytics at BNY Mellon
Rev. James Burns, I.V.D.; Ph.D.President, St. Mary’s University Minnesota
Lisa Emsbo-Mattingly, M.A. Director of Research, Global Asset Allocation, Fidelity Investments
Can Erbil, Ph.D. Professor of Practice; Department of Economics; Boston College
Jose Fillat, Ph.D.Senior Economist; Research Department; Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Paul Garvey, Ph.D.Director and Chief Scientist; Center for Acquisition and Management Sciences; MITRE Corporation
David Goodman, Ph.D.Interim Dean & Director of Applied Research, Woods College of Advancing Studies, Boston College
John Griffin, Ph.D.Vice President, Charles River Associates
Rev. Richard McGowan, S.J.; D.B.A.Associate Professor of the Practice, Department of Economics and the Carroll School of Management, Boston College
Robert Murphy, Ph.D.Professor, Department of Economics and Faculty, Woods College of Advancing Studies, Boston College
Stephen Lawrence, Ph.D.Fintech Data Science Manager at Vanguard
Michael Rife, Ph.D.Woods College Faculty; Lecturer at Boston University and Northeastern University
Esin Sile, Ph.D.Chief Executive Officer at
Ra’ad Siraj, M.S.Director, Strategic Project Management
Eugene Wen, M.D., Dr.PHVice President, Group Advanced Analytics, Manulife
Mike FinegoldData Scientist at Google

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