Professor of Management
Ph.D., City University of New York
M.B.A., City University of New York
Masters of Philosophy in Management, Baruch College
M.B.A., Ainshams University
B.Com., Ainshams University

MBA Course Taught: Strategic Management

Professor Ashamalla has over 25 years experience in teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in the areas of strategic management, human resource management, management training and development, organizational behavior and general management. She has taught in several universities in the U.S. and overseas.

Her primary areas of research include human resource management, international management, crisis management, women in management and management education methods. She has published nine journal articles, and presented over sixty conference papers. Her research has been published in refereed journals such as Journal of Transnational Management Development, Journal of Global Competitiveness, Journal of Management Education, Journal of Teaching in International Business and International Journal of Management and Commerce. In addition, she has contributed to several books including Understanding and Managing Diversity: Reading Cases and Exercises -Harvey and Allard 2nd edition, 2002; Culture and International Business -Becker, IBP, 2000; and Case Method Research and Application: Managing Change -Klein, 1991. She has been a recipient of twelve research grants and three best paper awards. Dr Ashamalla has been a recipient of a Fulbright Senior Scholar Award, 2003-2004.

As an international consultant, Dr. Ashamalla has carried management consultancy assignments in about thirty countries in North America, Middle East, Africa, Eastern Europe, Central Asia, Far East and Central America. As a facilitator and lead facilitator, she has conducted over sixty-five intensive seven-day management skills training workshops for a large international organization. She participated in training about 1500 top and middle level managers worldwide. Dr. Ashamalla has traveled to nearly forty countries in all major regions of the world where she taught, presented papers or consulted.