About Kathleen Brush
Kathleen Brush, Ph.D. MBA is a management consultant that specializes in two areas: maximizing the outcomes from global strategies and improving organizational productivity by increasing the number of competent women in senior leadership.
Her Ph.D. is in management and international studies. She has more than 20 years of experience as a senior executive (CEO, GM, and CMO) for companies of all sizes, public and private, foreign and domestic. She has been conducting business internationally since 1988 and has overseen the successful sale of three companies.
Kathleen is an avid researcher and writer in her areas of specialization. Her articles and interviews have been published by Fox, CNBC, Fox Business, Washington Post, Newsweek Japan, CIO.com, The Street, Financial Times China, Bloomberg Business Week, Black Enterprise, Entrepreneur Magazine, and Training Magazine.
Her books include: Racism and anti-Racism in the World: before and after 1945; Watch Your Back; The Power of One: You’re the boss; and A Brief History of International Relations: The World Made Easy. Currently in process and planned for publication in 2021 is Silent Sexism: Women wake up and take charge.
Kathleen caters to the needs of companies of all sizes, public and private, foreign and domestic. Her employers, and clients have included: Seagate Software, Stamps.com, Websense, Webtrends, WatchGuard, CNT, The European Software Company, RogueWave Software, OpenWave, Escend, Centor, Fischer, Boole & Babbage, Vernier, Resumix, Centor, The Aspen Sports Medicine Clinic, Wilden Industries, Belle Epicurean, B&G Machine, and Capital Industries.
- Ph.D in Management and International Studies
- MBA and BA in Pre-Law
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