board of advisors
ICCM was founded to serve as a resource for global organizations facing the challenges of operating in a global environment. We are blessed to have committed members of our board of advisors who are passionate about our mission. They share their experiences with the ICCM leadership team, and advise ICCM on strategic and implementation decisions. We are proud to have them serve on our board and in other important leadership roles.
Adis Maria Vila, JD, MBA
Dr. Adis Maria Vila brings broad general management experience in higher education administration, government, telecommunications, agriculture, and international business.Dr. Vila has served in roles as a professor of international law and international business, corporate executive, government official, academic administrator, practicing attorney, and Certified Diversity Executive. Most recently she served as the Chief Diversity Officer of the United States Air Force Academy. Dr. Vila lectures widely before business and professional groups on foreign direct investments, US-Latin American relations, regulatory policy, corporate governance, leadership development, diversity and inclusion, and ethics. She is published in the field of foreign direct investments in The International Lawyer and the Law and Business Review of the Americas, and is the author of “Building a Culture of Inclusion at the U.S. Air Force Academy.” She is fluent in English, Spanish, French, and Portuguse. Dr. Vila was recently recognized at the 2014 ICCM Summit for her role as Senior Fellow.
Jose M. Peiro, PhD
Dr. Peiró is currently Professor of Work and Organizational (W&O) Psychology of the University of Valencia. He is Director of the Research Institute of Human Resources Psychology, Org. Development and Quality of Working life (IDOCAL). He is also senior researcher at the IVIE (Instituto Valenciano DE Investigaciones Económicas). Dr. Peiró is President elect of International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP). He served as President of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP) and is Fellow member of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) and the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology (EAOHP). He is the coordinator of the Erasmus Mundus Master Program of Work, Organization and Personnel Psychology taught by a consortium of five Universities: Barcelona, Bologna, Coimbra, Paris and Valencia. He has been member of the Europsy project. He was former Associate Editor of the European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology.
Richard O. Hope, PhD
Dr. Richard O. Hope served as Vice President of Higher Education Fellowships at the Woodrow Wilson Foundation and Professor of Sociology and African-American Studies at Princeton, and currently serves as a Senior Fellow. Programs under his charge included the Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship Program, the Public Policy and International Affairs Fellowships, and the Public Policy Partnership Program in South Africa. He has previously served as the Chair of the Department of Sociology at Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis, Professor of Sociology and Director of National Science Foundation Project at Morgan State University, and the Director of Research and Evaluation for the Defense Race Relations Institute (Now DEOMI). He is the recipient of the Mellon-Mays Achievement Award for Leadership, The Gandhi-King-Ikeda International Peace Award, and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Award for Leadership in the Advancement of Minorities in International and Diplomatic Service.
Sharon Glazer, PhD
Dr. Glazer is a Professor and Chair of the Division of Applied behavioral Sciences at the University of Baltimore and Editor of the International Journal of Stress Management. Her areas of expertise revolve about organizational stress identification, intervention, management, and evaluation, as well as cross-cultural organizational issues. Dr. Glazer was a Fulbright scholar, postdoctoral fellow with the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Erasmus Mundus Scholar, and SJSU's International Studies Fellow and Global Studies Fellow. Dr. Glazer has been a visiting professor in Hungary, Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, and Israel. In addition to academia, Dr. Glazer has provided consulting services in the non-profit, for-profit sectors, and government sectors throughout the USA, Europe, and Israel. Dr. Glazer speaks six languages (English, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, French, and Russian).