School of Management Leadership
The leadership team at the University of San Francisco School of Management embodies our vision: to be a catalyst for change in business, government, and nonprofit managerial practice.
While drawing on the diversity and entrepreneurial energy of the Bay Area, every member of our leadership team works to develop successful and ethical leaders who value personal responsibility and integrity.
Dr. Charles T. Moses
Dr. Charles T. Moses joined USF as interim dean of the School of Management in August 2019.
Dr. Moses came to USF after serving as director of the Stillman Accelerated Management Program at Stillman College in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. He is the former interim dean of the College of Business Administration at Austin Peay State University in Tennessee and dean of the College of Business Administration at Clark Atlanta University in Georgia. Dr. Moses holds a doctor of management degree from Case Western Reserve University, an MBA from Zicklin School of Business in the City University of New York, and a BS in psychology from Howard University.
Before his academic career, Dr. Moses held positions in government and journalism. He served as the executive director of former New York Governor Mario Cuomo’s Advisory Committee for Black Affairs, and as the deputy press secretary in the Office of the Comptroller of New York City. He also held positions as a journalist and manager at newspapers in New York.
Linda S Henderson
Associate Dean, Academic Affairs
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Linda Henderson, Ph.D. has been a leader in departmental and program development at USF in her roles as department chair and director in project management and organizational behavior. Her work as a senior level consultant for clients including Visa International, Hewlett-Packard, Dell Computers, Blue Shield of California, and Genentech informs her teaching and research on project management, complexity theory, and explorations of the challenges faced by female project managers in global organizations.
Associate Dean, Graduate Programs
Richard Stackman is a tenured professor in the Humanistic Management and Hospitality Department. His coursework focuses on topics that include organizational behavior, organizational change and development, leadership versus management, and complexity science. Stackman’s recent research with Dr. Linda Henderson explores the gender differences on project team membership, and his scholarly activities underscore personal value systems and complexity theory in organizational functioning. This approach to understanding human and social interaction and its impact on leadership and organizational change exemplifies the Jesuit tradition of the compassionate workplace.
Associate Dean, Undergraduate Programs
Michelle Millar researches sustainability and corporate social responsibility in the lodging, meeting, and event management industries. She studies the choices travelers make when choosing sustainable travel products and what factors are most important to them when it comes to sustainable hospitality products and services.