Management , Faculty
Michael Llorénz is a professor of Management and the director of the Entrepreneurship Center and of the Dean’s Leadership Series in Entrepreneurship. He is also assistant professor of Communication and director, Department of Communication at Lander College for Women.
Llorénz, bilingual in English and Spanish and a recognized expert on education policy, entrepreneurship, diversity and inclusion, and public diplomacy, has been a guest speaker on Spanish and English language television and radio shows in the United States and England. He has been a policy expert and motivational speaker. Additionally, he has been the marketing expert for a film on international business in the Far East. He was the co-founder and executive vice president of the Association for Philippine Studies. He was president of the Latin American Student Association when it was the largest Hispanic college student organization in the United States. A graduate of the ASPIRA leadership program, he was the vice president of the ASPIRA Clubs Federation when it was the largest Puerto Rican leadership program in the United States.
Llorénz attended CCNY, received his undergraduate degree from Touro College, did his graduate study in Policy Analysis and Management at the New School for Social Research, and earned his law degree with honors from the University of Wolverhampton (England). He also earned certificates from the University of Cambridge (Law), St. Johns University (Real Estate), Columbia University (Fundraising, Community Development), John Jay College (Faculty Mediation), the Institute for Mediation and Conflict Resolution (Dispute Resolution—Mediation, Negotiation, and Arbitration), and New York City Community College (Small Business Development).