About Len Treviño
Len J. Treviño is the SBA Communications Distinguished Professor in International Business and Director of International Business Programs in the College of Business at Florida Atlantic University. He received his Ph.D. degree in international business and strategic management from Indiana University Bloomington. Prof. Treviño’s research focuses on the multinational enterprise, foreign direct investment, institutional theory, internationalization process theory, cross cultural management, gender, diversity and inclusion, and COVID-19. His work has been published in Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of International Business Policy, Journal of Management, Journal of World Business, International Business Review, and Academy of Management Learning & Education, among other outlets.
Dr. Treviño has been a long-time member of AIB and he contributes regularly to AIB’s conferences. In addition, he has held various positions at such organizations as Whirlpool Corporation, Leo Burnett Advertising, and United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). He serves as an Editorial Board member at Journal of World Business and was an Associate Editor at Cross Cultural and Strategic Management.
Prof. Treviño current research is focused on resolving some of society’s grand challenges, including gender inequality, immigration, sustainable investment, and curbing the spread of COVID-19 and future pandemics. He has taught international business and strategic management classes at universities in Spain, Norway, Ukraine, Thailand, Argentina, Peru, and Chile. Dr. Treviño has also given presentations and consulted on international business issues around the globe.