Dr. Eileen Kelly Aranda, earned an MBA and a Ph.D. in Business from the University of Washington specializing in strategic management and organization development. Eileen has taught at Arizona State University and The American Graduate School of International Management. Her management experience, in both private and public organizations progressed within human resources, operations, production and product development to the level of subsidiary president.
As a management consultant Dr. Aranda focuses on facilitation of the strategic management process, development and implementation of organization change efforts, assessment and mediation of internal organization problems and management team development. Eileen has done extensive public speaking and executive education in the areas of thinking and creativity, negotiations, leadership, change management and organization effectiveness at the local, national and international levels.
Over the years Eileen has been involved with many community activities including, Valley Leadership, Girl Scouts Arizona Cactus-Pine Council, Arizona Venture Team Project, and Sun Lakes Charities.
Luis Aranda received his Bachelors of Music and Masters of Education degrees from the University of Arizona. He received his Juris Doctorate from the College of Law at Arizona State University where he has been on the faculty of the W.P. Carey School of Business since 1975 and is now Professor Emeritus.
Luis’ managerial experience includes both the private and public sector. He was a trust officer for Valley National Bank (now JPMorgan Chase), and served as Assistant to the President at Arizona State University. Professor Aranda had done extensive teaching and public speaking on negotiations and alternatives to litigation in dispute resolution, employment discrimination and small business management at the local, national and international level. Luis has worked with many community projects including Valley Leadership, The National Association of Hispanic Professors in Business and Economics, Hispanic Business Students Association at ASU, and St. Vincent de Paul Society.