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Dr. Frank Longo

Adjunct Professor, UBI Brussels

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English, Spanish

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Education Qualification

Sept, 1991 – May, 1995 Ph.D. in Psychology, University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, Miss. (United States)

Sept, 1987 – May, 1989 M.S. Counselling Psychology, University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, Miss. (United States)

Sept, 1983 – May, 1997 B.S. in Psychology, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA. (United States)

Recent Professional Academic Experience

January, 2018 – Present Associate Dean for Global Programs, EAE Business School, BCN & MAD, Spain(www.eae.es)

  • Responsible for internationalism of the school

  • Develop global strategy and plan forecast and budget for department

  • Design innovative international programs tailored to meet ever-changing student needs

  • Explore and foster international partnerships to meet strategic goals

  • Tutor Masters students on their final master theses

  • Teach MBA classes focused on leadership, talent management and building effective teams in a global world


April, 2002 – March, 2017 Diversity Lead/Executive Sales Representative, Eli Lilly, Miami, Florida

  • Developing curriculum and implementation strategy for inclusive leadership training for directors and managers

  • Partnering with HR recruiting to develop a diversity recruiting strategy

  • Creating a national diversity calendar for the organization

  • Partnering with senior management leading a regional diversity initiative, and chairing a communication committee for an ERG group

  • Recognized and rewarded for sales results and leadership


March, 1997 – March, 2002 Assistant Director of Mental Health, State of Florida, Orlando, Florida

  • Performed employee investigations which included analysing the situation and determining the appropriate course of action for the employee under investigation

  • Effectively reviewed mental health organizational problems at regional institutions, identified effective management of institution’s mental health management, measured by a decrease in management problems reported by that institution

  • Improved patient quality care by successfully establishing, coordinating, and directing clinical Total Quality Management program

  • Trained and directed clinical staff regarding procedures and directives, which led to an increase in overall staff engagement

Selected Publications & Other Achievements