Thunderbird School & Staff:
|Thunderbird – @Thunderbird
This is the school’s main presence on Twitter. Here you can find important news and information, faculty research and international business tips. It is managed by Samantha Novick, Thunderbird’s Public Relations and New Media Specialist.
|Project Artemis – @ProjectArtemis
Wynona Heim, Manager for Project Artemis Afghanistan, is in charge of this account, which focuses on news and information about Thunderbird’s philanthropic efforts through Thunderbird for Good. Project Artemis, one component of Thunderbird for Good, is a unique business-skills training program that aims to build the entrepreneurial skills of promising businesswomen from developing countries around the world.
|Thunderbird Admissions – @TbirdAdmissions
Updated regularly from Thunderbird’s global admissions team with admissions and recruiting news, events and reminders. Also includes GMAT tips, perspectives on campus life and information on how to apply.
|Thunderbird Online – @TBirdOnline
The Twitter home of Thunderbird’s online professional development programs, which now cover Global Finance, Global Marketing and Global Negotiations. Joe Patterson, Assistant Vice President of Thunderbird Online handles this account.
|Career Management Center – @ThunderbirdCMC
Employment opportunities, job postings and resume and interview tips from Thunderbird’s Career Management Center. Also includes information about businesses recruiting on campus. This account is run by Sara Korn, manager of Client Services and Communication for the CMC.
|Gregory Unruh – @gregoryunruh
Director of the Lincoln Center for Ethics in Global Management at Thunderbird, Dr. Unruh is an expert on the role of technological innovation in addressing the challenges of global sustainability. He is also author of the book Earth, Inc. (2010).
|Mansour Javidan – @MansourJavidan
Dr. Javidan spearheads Thunderbird’s Global Mindset Inventory, which focuses on assisting managers and executives to work more effectively with those from diverse cultural backgrounds. The GMI is the world’s only psychometric assessment tool that measures capacity for success in global environments.
|Bill Youngdahl – @billyoungdahl
Dr. Bill Youngdahl is an associate professor of project and operations leadership and is the academic director for Thunderbird’s Leading Global Projects executive education program. His primary area of expertise is global project leadership.