Tom Moliterno is the Earl W. Stafford Endowed Professor at the Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He has published his scholarship on human capital and strategic decision-making in the leading management and organizational theory journals. He co-edited the Handbook of Research on Strategic Human Capital Resources (Edgar Elgar Publishing, 2019), as well as a special issue of the Journal of Management focused on strategic human capital. An award-winning teacher in both face-to-face and on-line classrooms, Professor Moliterno teaches at the undergraduate, MBA, and doctoral levels, and has developed and delivered custom courses on innovation management for executive audiences. He is a frequently invited speaker and panelist on the topic of strategic human capital, and has advised executives across a wide range of industries. Tom served for six years in senior leadership roles at the Isenberg School, including one year as Interim Dean. He was previously on the faculty at the Darla Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina, and has held a Visiting Scholar appointment at the University of Amsterdam Business School. Prior to entering academics, Tom worked for many years in non-profit organizations where he led global advocacy programs and raised major gifts. Tom is a long-standing member of the Strategic Management Society, and served as Chair of the Strategic Human Capital Interest Group and Representative-at-Large for the Competitive Strategy Interest Group. He has also served as the Treasurer of the Academy of Management’s Organization and Management Theory Division.