Faculty

The MBA faculty is composed of distinguished professors and sustainability practitioners that reflect the broad diversity and talent of those working within the sustainability realm. The Weekend Residency structure supports a remarkable array of cutting-edge practitioners that teach as adjunct professors, permanent Bard faculty, and notable guest lecturers.
Kristina Kohl

Kristina Kohl

B.A. (Business Administration) University of Massachusetts, Amherst; MBA, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. Kohl is the managing principal of Becoming Sustainable a division of HRComputes, a registered New Jersey Sustainable Business, providing strategic sustainability guidance to senior management on integrating sustainable development goals in strategy, culture, and operations. Kohl is the author of “Becoming a Sustainable Organization” published by CRC Press. Articles by Kohl have appeared in numerous publications including ATD, Sustainable Brands, and Wharton Magazine. She is a frequent speaker at conferences and events including the PMI Global Congress and the Society for Human Resource Management National Conference. She serves on several boards in leadership positions including the Human Capital Advisory Board for La Salle University, the Wharton Social Impact Alumni Group, and the Moorestown Education Foundation. Kohl was named as a 2015 Gotham Green Award winner for her work in sustainability. Certifications included a PMP from the Project Management Institute.