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.

Cary Krosinsky

Cary Krosinsky KrosinskyCary is the co-editor of the book: "Sustainable Investing: The Art of Long Term Performance," with Nick Robins, HSBC's Head of Climate Change, which also contains contributions from leading contemporary thinkers such as Abyd Karmali, Valery Lucas-Leclin, and Steve Viederman. He is the Executive Director of the Network for Sustainable Financial Markets, and previously, he was senior vice president for Trucost. Krosinsky was a member of the 70 person Expert Group in 2005 that created the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) of the United Nations, which has since been committed to by more than $15 trillion worth of fund managers and asset owners, and he continues to participate in various UN inititatives. He worked in collaboration with Trucost on their award winning 2006 UK Trust Carbon Footprint study, as well as the IFC sponsored Carbon Counts Asia 2007 report, the latter having been issued at the December 2007 UN meetings in Bali. He also has worked with the Los Angeles Times on stories regarding Warren Buffet, and has written and spoken publically over time on issues including the union of the environment and institutional ownership on CNBC, in the Wall Street Journal and elsewhere globally. In addition to classes at Bard, Krosinsky has taught in the Sustainable Investing and Finance curriculum at Columbia University's Earth Institute since 2009, and now also in partnership with the RFK Center for Human Rights & Justice as well as MBA classes at the University of Maryland.