|Tim Marshall, Provost|
July 11, 2011
I am delighted to announce that Rosemary Mathewson will join The New School as senior vice president for Distributed and International Education. In this new senior management position, Rosemary will develop strategies to connect The New School with educational partners beyond the New York campus through new and existing on-site, online, and blended learning platforms, focusing on Europe and Asia.
Rosemary has extensive experience directing executive education in a university and in professional education in competitive global business environments. Her areas of expertise include finance, law, international business development, institutional relationship management, and strategic planning. "I'm looking forward to helping The New School develop its global reach through both on-site and online initiatives," Rosemary said. "It will be a wonderful challenge to create opportunities for students around the world to benefit from the kind of education only The New School provides."
Since 2005, Rosemary has served as a managing director of Duke Corporate Education, part of Duke University, primarily in its London office. In this position, she is responsible for generating and delivering customized executive education programs to global corporate clients in the United Kingdom, Europe, South America, India, East Asia, and New York. Her portfolio includes business development, relationship management for clients and institutional partners, proposal evaluation, and program development and implementation. Rosemary's major projects at Duke include the development of a coordinated approach to building a presence and operational capacity in China and India.
From 1995 to 2005, Rosemary held progressively higher positions in executive and professional education at New York University, most recently as associate dean for Executive Programs and managing director of Strategic Initiatives and Relationships at the Stern School of Business. Among her accomplishments was the development of degree and nondegree executive programs in the United States and around the world, including the TRIUM Global Executive MBA program, established with the HEC School of Management in Paris and the London School of Economics. Rosemary's previous positions at NYU included assistant dean for Executive Development Programs at Stern and director of the Department of Finance, Law, and Taxation in the School of Continuing and Professional Studies.
Earlier in her career, Rosemary practiced law as a corporate tax transactions attorney and served as a financial services and banking professional with firms including Clifford Chance, Goldman Sachs, and the Columbia Capital Group. She holds a BA from Sarah Lawrence College, a JD from Brooklyn Law School, and an LLM in Taxation from New York University School of Law.
David and I look forward to introducing Rosemary to the campus community when she begins in mid-August.
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