Mark T. Brown
Lecturing Fellow

Mark T. Brown is the Director of the Management Communication Center at Duke University's Fuqua School of Business. He has been a member of the Fuqua faculty since 1989 and has taught Management Communication core courses and advanced electives in the daytime, weekend and evening MBA programs. He has helped develop effective managers in Fuqua's Executive Education division. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, Mark is the founder and Director of the Summer Institute in Business, Communication, and Culture, a program designed to assist international students in their transition to MBA programs in the U.S. He also directs a cultural program for MBA students from the Keio Business School in Japan.

Mark has been a consultant to individuals and businesses on a variety of communication and strategic leadership topics for nearly twenty years. These topics include executive leadership styles, crisis communication, cross-cultural communication, effective business presentations, effective advocacy, managing and communicating with teams, strategic project communication, situational leadership styles, and other programs tailored to fit client needs. Recently, he has enjoyed working with e-business start-ups to refine their business plans and help them obtain funding.

Mark did his undergraduate work at Georgetown University in international relations and English. He has a master's degree in educational psychology and administration from Bowling Green. Mark also did master's and doctoral work at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he studied communication, rhetoric, and American culture.

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