Kimberly M Reeve, Ph.D.
KPMG Dean, Frank J. Guarini School of Business
Associate Professor of Business
Dr. Reeve most recently served as the Dean of Academic Affairs at The King’s College, where she also served as Associate Professor of Business and Chair of the Business and Finance Program. In her tenure, she grew the business and finance program to be the largest major in the school and collaborated with other departments to revamp career services to result in a 100% placement rate of business and finance majors for the past two years.
Dr. Reeve’s teaching and research interests include International Business, Decision-Making and Negotiations, and Nonprofit Management. She has published and presented research at the European Academy of Management (EURAM), and International Association for Business and Society (IABS), and the Christian Business Faculty Association (CBFA). Her work on nonprofit mergers with a co-author recently won the best overall paper award at the International Academy of Business Disciplines (IABD).
Prior to joining King’s, Dr. Reeve drew on her experience leading development and marketing teams at several national and global organizations to work as a management consultant to businesses and nonprofits. In that capacity, Reeve worked with clients throughout the U.S., Europe, South America, and Africa and started the European office of a consulting firm based in The Netherlands.
Dr. Reeve received her B.A. in Government and French from Colby College (Waterville, MA), her MBA from the University of St. Thomas (St. Paul, MN), and her Ph.D. in International Business Management from ISM (Paris, France). A life-long learner and supporter of education, she serves on the board of the Jeannette Rankin Scholarship Foundation. She and her husband live in Newark, NJ, where they spend weekends restoring their 300-year-old home.
Career & Accomplishments
•Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), International Business - The International School of Management (ISM)
•Masters in Business Administration, Nonprofit Management, Marketing - University of St. Thomas - Opus College of Business
•B.A. in Government and French - Colby College