Harriet Mayor Fulbright Joins Enamics Office of the Chairman with Dr. Michael Nobel.
Harriet Mayor Fulbright, Chairperson for The Fulbright Center, has been appointed to the Enamics, Inc., Office of the Chairman as the Distinguished Chair of BTM Knowledge and Education. Ms. Fulbright joins Dr. Michael Nobel, Chairman of the Nobel Family Society, in his role as the Distinguished Chair of BTM Science and Technology.
A 2004 Deloitte Technology Fast 500-award winner, Enamics leads the world in the management science of bringing business and technology together. Its dedicated R&D process began in 1999 and resulted in the creation of the management science of Business Technology Management (BTM). Enamics, a business services company, provides business and technology leaders with a Management Framework, Management Software and Management Services leveraging its globally recognized thought leaders and experts, domain focused research and development, and its exclusive knowledge and leadership community.
Ms. Fulbright founded The Fulbright Center to honor the legacy of her late husband, Senator J.W. Fulbright. The Center, through advocacy and action, promotes the internationally respected and recognized vision and values of Senator Fulbright and the work carried on by Ms. Fulbright.
The Fulbright Center taps the unrivaled resources of the global community of over 250,000 Fulbright scholars and alumni, as well as Fulbright Commissions. The Center builds on decades of successful international education exchanges in Fulbright's name to mobilize the global Fulbright community and like-minded groups and individuals for new programs in education and global cultural dialogue.
"Ms. Fulbright's vision and understanding that knowledge affects the quality of leaders who influence lives worldwide were compelling reasons to add her to our team," said Faisal Hoque, Founder and Chairman of Enamics, Inc. "Her passion for betterment of mankind through education will provide BTM a much needed grass roots platform. We are honored and fortunate to have her join our team."
"The historical Fulbright programs have brought students, professors and industry practitioners into educational exchanges that were life-changing. Now it is time to extend the legacy in support of initiatives that create the next generation of leaders. The advancement of BTM can have a profound impact and has a unique opportunity to transform the global community," Ms. Fulbright said. "Future leaders will need to understand the convergence of business and technology in order to foster economic and socio-political growth. I am excited to support Faisal Hoque's vision for BTM and be a part of the Enamics mission along with Dr. Nobel."
"Today, the role of management leads our society as executives are empowered to make the most challenging and complex decisions," said Dr. Michael Nobel. "The Fulbright programs are world renowned. Ms. Fulbright's passion for education and lifelong commitment to foster knowledge will drive the improvement of global leadership through BTM."
"We are thrilled that such a special and unique person, who represents hope and vision for the greatest minds in the world, would join us in the advancement of excellence and innovation in the world of business technology management," added Krishna Palepu, Ross Graham Walker Professor of Business Administration, Sr. Associate Dean, Director of Research, Harvard Business School, and member of Enamics' Board of Directors.
Ms. Fulbright has spent much of her adult life working in arts education and in the promotion of international peace. Early in her career, she taught English and art in the U.S., Seoul, and Moscow. In 1980 she joined the Congressional Arts Caucus as its Assistant Director and from there went to the International Conference of Art Historians as Executive Director. In 1987 she became the Executive Director of the Fulbright Association, where she served for 3 years, moving it from Bryn Mawr to Washington and giving it more visibility and professionalism. From 1990 to 1996 she was President of the Center for Arts in the Basic Curriculum, an organization that advocated education reform and conducted teacher-training seminars.
In 1996 Ms. Fulbright became the unofficial ambassador for the Fulbright Program's 50th anniversary and has continued traveling widely to speak at important Fulbright events. In 1997 she was appointed Executive Director of the President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities by the Clinton Administration and sponsored research on the impact of arts education on the study of traditional academic subjects. She has received five honorary degrees, in addition to Panama's highest civilian honor and the Middle Cross of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Hungary. She received her BA from Radcliffe College and an MFA from The George Washington University.
She also serves on a number of boards, including the Wendy and Emory Reves Center for International Studies, the International Child Arts Foundation, and the International Institute of Leadership and Public Affairs where she is chairperson; the Academy of Educational Development and the National Foreign Language Center.
A 2004 Deloitte Technology Fast 500-award winner, Enamics leads the world in the management science of bringing business and technology together. Its dedicated R&D process began in 1999 and resulted in the creation of the management science of Business Technology Management (BTM). Enamics, a business services company, provides business and technology leaders with a Management Framework, Management Software and Management Services leveraging its globally recognized thought-leaders and experts, domain focused research and development and exclusive knowledge and leadership community.
In 2002, Enamics also founded The BTM Institute - the first nonprofit organization of its kind that brings together industry and academic experts dedicated to providing companies with a fundamentally better way to manage technology's contribution to the corporate value chain. For more information, please visit www.enamics.com