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Martha Rose, Lecturer 

Martha Rose is on the faculty at John Jay College, and teaches in the Departments of Public Management, Economics and Sociology. Her research focuses on the criminalization of the seriously mentally ill, and how stereotypes, prejudices, race, and moral judgement influence public attitudes., She also examines economic corruption, fraud, and white-collar crime. Professor Rose has an MBA from Yale School of Management, focusing on public and private management, finance and entrepreneurship, as well as a Visiting Scholar in Research to Nicaragua’s Central American Institute of Business Administration (INCAE) for Harvard Business School Case Study.

In her career as international management, finance and organizational development consultant, Professor Rose has analyzed and researched complex economic, political and social issues to support changes in policies, finances and budgeting, infrastructure and international management. She has worked over 20 years with diverse groups and governments globally, across economic, ethnic, cultural, linguistic, psychological, and emotional barriers. This has included consultancies in Africa (Kenya, Malawi, Swaziland, Zimbabwe, Zambia), Asia (Thailand, Philippines), the Americas (Bolivia, Canada, Chile, Ecuador, Mexico, Nicaragua), the Caribbean (Jamaica, Puerto Rico, St. Lucia), and Eastern Europe (Georgia).

Professor Rose has an MBA from Yale School of Management, focusing on public and private management, finance and entrepreneurship, as well as a Visiting Scholar in Research to Nicaragua’s Central American Institute of Business Administration (INCAE) for Harvard Business School Case Study. In her career as international management, finance and organizational development consultant, Professor Rose has analyzed and researched complex economic, political and social issues to support changes in policies, finances and budgeting, infrastructure and international management. She has worked over 20 years with diverse groups and governments globally, across economic, ethnic, cultural, linguistic, psychological, and emotional barriers. This has included consultancies in Africa (Kenya, Malawi, Swaziland, Zimbabwe, Zambia), Asia (Thailand, Philippines), the Americas (Bolivia, Canada, Chile, Ecuador, Mexico, Nicaragua), the Caribbean (Jamaica, Puerto Rico, St. Lucia), and Eastern Europe (Georgia).

COURSE TAUGHT ACC 250-Intro to Accounting ACC-251-Intro to Managerial Accounting ACC 307-Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination ECO/SOC 360, Economics of Corporate White-Collar Crime PAD 101-Introduction to Public Administration PAD 260-International Public Administration PAD 343-Administration of Financial Resources PAD 743-Public Sector Financial Management– PAD 744-Capital, Operations Budgeting and Fiscal Management. 

Martha Rose CV