Joe Eisenhauer has worked at Catholic colleges for 30 years, principally Canisius University and Detroit Mercy. He has been a Visiting Research Fellow at the Catholic University of America, a Department Chair at Wright State University, and a Visiting Professor at the Universita di Roma in Italy. He is a Past President and Distinguished Fellow of the New York State Economics Association, and has been inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma and Alpha Sigma Nu. He has served as President of the Jesuit Business Deans, and founded the Mercy Business Leadership Conference, as well as the Business Research Consortium of Western New York. As Dean of the College of Business Administration at Detroit Mercy, Eisenhauer founded the Center for Social Entrepreneurship, the Center for Practice & Research in Management & Ethics (PRIME Center), the Charlton Center for Responsible Investing, and the Financial Markets Lab. On behalf of the College, he accepted the largest gift in the University’s history, tripled freshman business enrollments, and doubled graduate business enrollments. A 2017 study in Risk Management & Insurance Review found him to be the among the world’s most influential scholars in risk and insurance over the past quarter-century. He holds degrees from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and the State University of New York at Buffalo.