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Dean of the John Molson

School of Business

A university administrator for nearly 20 years, Anne-Marie Croteau is the first woman dean of the John Molson School of Business.

She holds the title of Full Professor in the Department of Supply Chain and Business Technology Management and has more than 30 years of experience in teaching and research. For seven consecutive years, she was named one of Concordia's most popular professors by Macleans magazine. She specializes in strategic management of information technology and her research has been published in high-impact international scientific journals and earned numerous awards.

A certified corporate director, Croteau has been a member of several boards of directors for nearly two decades. She sits on Hydro-Québec's board of directors and is chair of the Digital Technologies Committee and a member of the Human Resources Committee. She is vice-chair of the board of directors of Collège André-Grasset and chair of the Governance Committee. She participates in the Cabinet of Centraide of Greater Montreal for its fundraising campaign. In addition, she is a godmother for the Junior Chamber of Commerce of Montreal and a mentor for Women in Governance.

She is the only Canadian to be a member of the board of directors and Innovation Committee of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, an international accrediting body for business schools. She is the past president of the Business Schools Association of Canada. She was an independent director on the board of directors of the Société de l'assurance automobile du Québec and sat on the boards of directors of Finance Montréal and the Institute on Governance of Private and Public Organizations.

Croteau is the first woman in the history of Université Laval to obtain a PhD in administration with a specialization in organizational information systems. She also holds an MSc and a BBA, both specialized in Information Systems from HEC Montréal and a BSc in Actuarial Mathematics from Concordia.

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