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Dean of the John Molson

School of Business

A professor in the Department of Supply Chain and Business Technology Management, Anne-Marie Croteau is the first female dean of the John Molson School of Business at Concordia University, located in Montreal, Canada, and full professor specialized in strategic management of information technology.

Dr. Croteau gained more than 30 years of academic experience, including 15 years in leadership roles as associate dean for different key areas of the faculty and the university, as well as director of many of the school’s most prominent graduate programs.

Dr. Croteau was ranked as one of the most popular professors at Concordia University by McLean’s magazine for seven consecutive years. Her highly cited research is published in renowned international scientific journals and recipient of several awards.

She is the chair of the Business Schools Association of Canada. She also serves on the Innovation Committee of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, also known as AACSB International.

Dr. Croteau is a chartered director and cumulates 15 years as a board member. She currently serves on the board of Hydro-Québec. She is the vice-chair of the finance, projects and IT committee and is a member of the HR committee. She is also a member of the board of Collège André-Grasset and member of its governance committee. She is a godmother for the Jeune Chambre de Commerce de Montréal and a mentor for the Women in Governance.

She has been a member of the board of Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec for 10 years and was the chair of its IT committee, and a member of its governance and ethics committee. She was a member of the board of Institut sur la gouvernance des organisations publiques et privées and of its human resources committee. She has also served on the board of Finance Montreal and on the governance committee of the International Women Forum.

She was the first woman to obtain a PhD in Management Information Systems at Laval University (Quebec City, Canada); she obtained her MSc and BComm in MIS at HEC Montréal; and her BSc in Actuarial Mathematics at Concordia University.

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