Michael Nalick is an assistant professor of management, joining the Department of Management at Daniels from the University of Memphis where he taught strategic management and oversaw PhD students. His research interests are in corporate misconduct, the intersection of politics and business, and CEO activism. He has published in a number of journals in the management field and has presented his research at the top conferences in his area of study.
Prior to his academic career, Nalick worked as the policy director of the Precinct Three Commissioner’s Office in Travis County, Texas. He was also the assistant director of the Jewish Community Center of America.
Nalick received his PhD from Texas A&M University in strategic management, his master’s in public policy from the University of Southern California and his bachelor’s from the University of Texas, Austin.