John Vogel has served on the faculty of the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth since 1992. He is the associate faculty director of the James M. Allwin Initiative for Corporate Citizenship. The goal of the Initiative is to ensure that issues and activities related to corporate citizenship are an integral part of the Tuck M.B.A. experience. The “Business Week Guide” to Business Schools named him as one of Tuck’s “Outstanding Faculty” members. He has twenty years of experience teaching at graduate business schools. In addition to Tuck, he has served on the faculty of Harvard Business School and The Yale School of Management. He has an extensive consulting practice, which nicely complements his work with M.B.A. students. He provides training courses to Bank of America and Wachovia. He is the author or co-author of 27 Harvard Business School case studies and 31 Tuck case studies about real estate, non-profit management, or entrepreneurship in the social sector. He has co-authored two books, written chapters in several other books, and written numerous articles about real estate and non-profit management.
Professor Vogel earned an M.A. from the University of Virginia and an M.B.A. from Harvard University.