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Andrew Razeghi

Andrew Razeghi is a writer, educator, and adviser to organizations on growth strategy and innovation. As founder of The Andrew Razeghi Companies, LLC, he works with organizations seeking growth through the creation and introduction of new ideas. His work spans industries – from consumer packaged goods to healthcare, tourism to media, and restaurants to professional sports teams. Moreover, Andrew speaks to thousands of people each year at trade association and organization events on topics related to leadership and innovation.

Andrew is also adjunct associate professor at The Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University where he teaches coursework on innovation and has taught the capstone MBA course on strategy and organization at The Graduate School of Business at Loyola University Chicago. Shortly after the fall of communism in Central Europe, he was invited to be among the first American professors to teach free market economics at The Prague University of Economics in Prague, The Czech Republic.

In addition to his work as an educator and advisor, Andrew is Vice Chairman of The Wright Centers of Innovation Review Panel at The National Academy of Sciences in Washington, D.C.; a Thought Leader with Knowledge Dialogue; and an Advisory Board Member of Americans for Informed Democracy (AID) – a non-partisan 501(c)(3) organization working to raise global awareness on more than 500 university campuses and in more than 10 countries. AID seeks to build a new generation of globally conscious leaders who can shape an American foreign policy appropriate for our increasingly interdependent world.

Andrew earned his MBA from Loyola University Chicago where he graduated Beta Gamma Sigma, his undergraduate degree in international business from Bradley University, and studied modern popular culture at Richmond University London.

CURRENT PRESENTATIONS:
Hope: How Triumphant Leaders Create the Future
Business Unusual: Unleashing Creativity in Search of Growth