Bard MBA

Our People

The Bard MBA faculty reflects the broad diversity and extraordinary talent of sustainability-focused leaders in the New York City region and beyond. In addition to the permanent faculty at Bard, the weekend intensive structure of the program supports a remarkable set of cutting-edge practitioners as program faculty. Some of our faculty teach full time; some share their expertise for set modules. Guest lectures and case presentations are a prominent feature of the program. Experienced business leaders also support the program on the MBA Advisory Board.

Peter C. Fusaro

Peter C. Fusaro M.A. (International Relations), Tufts University; B.A., Carnegie-Mellon University. Peter C. Fusaro is a best selling author, keynote speaker, and thought leader on emerging energy and environmental financial markets. He has been Chairman of Global Change Associates, an energy and environmental consultancy, in New York since 1991 and is the best selling author of What Went Wrong at Enron as well as 15 other books on energy and environmental financial markets. Peter’s latest book is Energy and Environmental Project Finance Law and Taxation: New Investment Techniques. Peter is has been on the forefront of energy and environmental change for over 36 years focusing on emissions, energy efficiency, cleantech, carbon trading and renewable energy markets. Peter has worked for over 20 years on climate change issues and is currently advising on carbon trading and finance as well as clean energy technology and renewable energy to companies worldwide. Peter was selected for Who’s Who in America for 2007-2012 and Who’s Who in the World for 2009-2012. He coined the term “Green Trading” and holds the annual Wall Street Green Summit XI each spring. Peter is advisor to 8 cleantech software and hardware companies in the US and UK. In 2009, Peter launched the Global Change Foundation focused on environmental education and projects and held its first Green Jobs Summit in March 2010. The foundation also runs the Green Salon where artists perform and environmental experts speak.