Sandy Jap holds the Sarah Beth Brown Endowed Professorship of Marketing Chair. She joined the faculty in 2001 and prior to that was on the faculty at the Sloan School at MIT and the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. She has published widely on the development of strategic partnering and organizational relationships, go-to-market strategies, and e-procurement. She is the author of Partnering with the Frenemy, a book on the dark side of business relationships and A Field Guide to Channel Strategy, a how-to book on going to market strategy. She is an international speaker, expert witness, and consultant to a wide range of industries and firms. Sandy has won numerous lifetime achievement awards and fellow designations for her impact on the field. Her work has received significant attention from the academic community and the marketplace, including The Wall Street Journal, CFO Magazine, and Harvard Business Review.
She is an editorial board member at leading marketing journals, and a visible leader in the marketing discipline. She teaches channel strategy and retailing management for MBA and executive programs, as well as the marketing strategy seminar in the PhD program. She is a co-founder of the Emory Marketing Analytics Center (MAC). She received her PhD from the University of Florida (Go Gators!) and enjoys spending time with her kids. Tennis, red wine, and Cape Cod summers come in a very close second.
PhD in MarketingUniversity of Florida
BSc in MarketingUniversity of Florida