Contact Us

execmba@stthomas.edu

(651) 962-4230

(651) 962-4129

Parking:

The 11th Street & Harmon public parking ramp is connected to the campus via skyway. On-street meter parking is also available.

Office Location:
1000 LaSalle Ave.
Terrence Murphy Hall, Suite 470
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403

 

Mailing Address:
Executive UST MBA Program
TMH 455
1000 LaSalle Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55403-2005

 

 

Program Management & Advising Team
Portrait of John McVea

John McVea

Director, Executive UST MBA Program

(651) 962-4202
jfmcvea@stthomas.edu

John McVea researches and teaches in the areas of entrepreneurial strategy and social entrepreneurship. His work had been published in journals such as The Journal of Business Venturing and The Journal of Business Ethics.

He has written more than a dozen business case studies focusing on issues such as market entry strategy, innovation field studies, cash flow forecasting, the challenges of growth and the use of social media. His teaching philosophy brings together three approaches: student centered learning through case discussion, writing across the curriculum and place-based education. These approaches result in highly interactive discussion based classroom experiences.

Originally from the North of Ireland, he has undergraduate degrees in both engineering and economics from the University of Birmingham, England, an M.B.A. from the Darden School and a Ph.D. from The University of Virginia.

Before returning to academia, McVea spend a dozen years working in industry for Dupont, initially in product/market development in the U.S. and ultimately asmanager of textile filament manufacturing operation in the U.K. After earning his M.B.A., he worked for Bain & Co. in Boston as a strategy consultant advising in fields ranging from paper manufacture to oil drilling to private equity acquisition assessment.

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Portrait of John McVea

John McVea

Director, Executive UST MBA Program

(651) 962-4202
jfmcvea@stthomas.edu

John McVea researches and teaches in the areas of entrepreneurial strategy and social entrepreneurship. His work had been published in journals such as The Journal of Business Venturing and The Journal of Business Ethics.

He has written more than a dozen business case studies focusing on issues such as market entry strategy, innovation field studies, cash flow forecasting, the challenges of growth and the use of social media. His teaching philosophy brings together three approaches: student centered learning through case discussion, writing across the curriculum and place-based education. These approaches result in highly interactive discussion based classroom experiences.

Originally from the North of Ireland, he has undergraduate degrees in both engineering and economics from the University of Birmingham, England, an M.B.A. from the Darden School and a Ph.D. from The University of Virginia.

Before returning to academia, McVea spend a dozen years working in industry for Dupont, initially in product/market development in the U.S. and ultimately asmanager of textile filament manufacturing operation in the U.K. After earning his M.B.A., he worked for Bain & Co. in Boston as a strategy consultant advising in fields ranging from paper manufacture to oil drilling to private equity acquisition assessment.

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Portrait of Katherine Johnson

Katherine Johnson

Manager, Executive UST MBA Program

(651) 962-4238
krjohnson@stthomas.edu

Katherine Johnson manages the recruitment of applicants, the academic learning environment and faculty support. Her ability to initiate and build strong interpersonal relationships is a perfect fit with her responsibilities. Johnson has planned and managed both foreign and local residencies for the executive program. Her graduate degree in communication and breadth of responsibility make her a great first contact for program inquirers.

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Portrait of Katherine Johnson

Katherine Johnson

Manager, Executive UST MBA Program

(651) 962-4238
krjohnson@stthomas.edu

Katherine Johnson manages the recruitment of applicants, the academic learning environment and faculty support. Her ability to initiate and build strong interpersonal relationships is a perfect fit with her responsibilities. Johnson has planned and managed both foreign and local residencies for the executive program. Her graduate degree in communication and breadth of responsibility make her a great first contact for program inquirers.

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