J. Mark Munoz is a graduate of MBA and PhD in Management at the University of San Jose. Prior to joining the academe, he held senior management roles in diverse multinational organizations. He was a former Visiting Fellow at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. He currently serves as an Advisor to the AI Initiative at Harvard University. A multi-awarded professor, he received several prestigious awards including a Literary Award, two International Book Awards, four Best Paper Awards, the 2012 Distinguished Scholar by the Academy of Global Business Advancement, the 2013 ACBSP Teaching Excellence Award (one of 10 in the world), and the 2014 Teaching Excellence and Leadership Award at Millikin University. A prolific writer, his work has been published in numerous business and academic journals. He authored/co-authored/edited over twenty (20) books such as : Winning Across Borders, A Salesman in Asia, International Social Entrepreneurship, Contemporary Microenterprise, Handbook on the Geopolitics of Business, Managerial Forensics, Advances in Geoeconomics, Global Business Intelligence, and Business Strategy in the Artificial Intelligence Economy. He is currently a Full Professor of Management and International Business at the Tabor School of Business and the Dwayne Andreas Professor of Business. He teaches Business Creation, International Business, Business Strategy, and International Business Consulting.