Jean Driscoll has an MBA from Columbia University and a BA in economics from the University of Massachusetts. She has taught macroeconomics, microeconomics, and finance for more than a decade. At USF, Professor Driscoll has taught in the School of Management's undergraduate business program and is teaching in the Master of Public Administration program.
Prior to founding a charter elementary school in 2010, Professor Driscoll worked as a finance and strategy adviser for more than two decades, first at McKinsey and Company and later in her own practice, in which she served both corporate and nonprofit clients. Her corporate work focused on advising major financial institutions on the development of products and market strategies for real estate lending and retail banking. Her nonprofit consulting involved the financing of land conservation projects for several foundations and conservation organizations.
- Columbia University, MBA, 1982
- University of Massachusetts, BA in Economics, 1977
- Adjunct Professor of Economics, Holy Names University
- Founder and Chair, Vincent Academy
- Advisor, Resources Law Group
- Associate, McKinsey and Co.