Adilson Borges

Dr. Borges is IRC Professor of Marketing at NEOMA Business School in France.  He has been and is involved with the AMS in numerous ways including co-chairing the 41st AMS Annual Conference in New Orleans in 2012, the 15th World Marketing Congress in 2011 in Reims and the 2005 AMS International Retail Symposium also in Reims, and he previously served as VP-Programs and VP-Membership. Adilson’s research appears in numerous academic outlets including Journal of Consumer Psychology, Marketing Letters, Journal of Business Research, Journal of Retail and Consumer Services, Recherche et Application en Marketing, and the Journal of Retail and Distribution Management. He serves as an Editorial Review Board Member on the Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, Journal of Business Research and Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice. He has lectured in many countries including France, the USA, South Africa, China and Brazil.


Executive Vice President/Director
Harold W. Berkman

Dr.Harold W. Berkman is the Founding Fellow of the Academy of Marketing Science.  He is retired from his position of Vice Dean and Professor of Management and Marketing at the University of Miami. He is the founding Editor of the Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science. Since the inception of AMS he has served as Executive Vice President and Director. Dr. Berkman has authored or co-authored 18 textbooks and numerous scholarly articles.  He earned a Combat Infatryman Badge for action seen during WWII including during the battle for the Ardennes better known as the Battle of the Bulge. 

Immediate Past-President
Linda Ferrell

Dr. Ferrell is a Professor of Marketing at Auburn University. She has published in the AMS Review, Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Business Research, Journal of Macromarketing, Journal of Marketing Education, European Journal of Marketing, as well as others. She serves on the boards of the NASBA Center for the Public Trust, UCF-Nicholson School of Communication, Direct Selling Education Foundation and Executive Committee, and Cutco/Vector College Advisory Board. She is co-author of Business Ethics: Ethical Decision Making and Cases, 10th edition and Business: A Changing World, 9th edition.  She has served as President of the Marketing Management Association. She is responsible for co-managing a $1.25 million grant for business ethics education at UNM.

O.C. Ferrell

Dr. Ferrell is a Professor of Marketing and Distinguished Professor of Business Ethics at Auburn University.  In 2005-2006 he was the first Bill Daniels Distinguished Professor of Business Ethics at the University of Wyoming and in charge of a state-wide business ethics initiative.  He is also editor of and has developed a business ethics certificate program through  the University of New Mexico's Management Development Center. His academic research focuses on ethical decision making, stakeholder relationships and social responsibility. He is a Society for Marketing Advances Fellow and a member of the Board of Governors for the Academy of Marketing Science.  Ferrell is the co-author of 17 books and more than 75 articles. His articles have been published in the Journal of Marketing Research, Journal of Marketing, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Business Research, Journal of the Academy of Marketing Sciences, Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, and the Academy of Management Executive as well as other journals. His Marketing: Concepts and Strategy text co-authored with Bill Pride is the most widely adopted principles of marketing text in the world.


Vice President for Programs
Julie Guidry Moulard

Dr. Moulard (Ph.D., Texas A&M University) is an Associate Professor and the Balsley-Whitmore Endowed Professor in Business at Louisiana Tech University.  Julie’s research has been published in journals such as Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, Journal of Business Research, and Psychology & Marketing, among others. She serves as an editorial review board member for Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science and Journal of Business Research and as an ad hoc reviewer for Journal of Marketing and AMS Review. An active AMS Fellow since 2001, Julie previously served as the AMS Vice President for Membership—North America. She has also participated as a track chair, presenter, session chair, discussant, and reviewer for numerous AMS conferences. In 2013, Julie was presented with the inaugural AMS Harold and Muriel Berkman Award for Faculty Achievement and Development for her service to AMS as a junior faculty member. Julie also received the AMS Jane K. Fenyo Award for best paper authored by a doctoral student in 2003.


Vice President for Development
Angeline Close

Dr. Close (Associate Professor, The University of Texas at Austin) has been involved with or serving AMS in some capacity from 2003 to present. In 2012-2014, she served as Director of Doctoral Student & Jr. Faculty Initiatives, and presented research: Close, A. G., Lacey, R. & Cornwell. T. B. (2014) “Sponsors courting viewers: Visual processing and need for cognition in evaluating tennis event sponsorships”. She serves on the Editorial Review Board of JAMS, after working for that journal as editorial assistant while a doctoral student at The University of Georgia. In 2013, she was Track co-chair (Advertising and Marketing Communications) at the Annual Conference and presented: Close, A. G. & Song, Y. A. (2013) “Revisiting the determinants of sport sponsorship response, winning the Conference Best Paper Award. In 2012, she served as track co-chair for the world marketing congress and the cultural perspectives conferences for AMS. In 2011, she won a Jr. Faculty travel grant to present: Close, A. G., Lacey, R. & Finney, R. Z. (2011) “Sponsored event marketing: A corporate social responsibility framework”. In 2010, she served as track co-chair, and as a discussant in 2006 and 2005. Dr. Close joined AMS in 2003, as part of the Doctoral symposium.

Vice President for Membership - International
Nicholas G. Paparoidamis

Dr. Paparoidamis is Full Professor of Marketing and Head of the Marketing Department at NEOMA Business School (Reims, France). He has published in top Academic Journals such as International Business Review, Industrial Marketing Management, European Journal of Marketing, Annals of Operations Research, and European Journal of Operational Research. Nicholas regularly participates in major scholarly conferences on marketing across the globe. His research focuses on satisfaction in B2B marketing. Nicholas is and has been an active Fellow of the Academy of Marketing Science (AMS) continuously for more than a decade. He regularly attends and participates in both the WMC and the Annual Conferences. In 2009, he received the AMS Stanley Hollander Outstanding Retailing Paper Award for research presented at the Annual Conference. Nicholas also has demonstrated leadership within the AMS. Multiple times, he has served as track chair. In 2010, he was Conference Program Co-Chair for the AMS Cultural Perspectives in Marketing Conference held July 2010 at IESEG in Lille, France. Nicholas is currently serving again as Program Co-Chair. This time, he is co-chairing the upcoming 2014 AMS WMC (cohosted by ESAN) to be held in Lima, Peru.  He is an AMS Distinguished Fellow and recipient of the H&M Berkman Faculty Development and Achievement Award. 

Vice President for Membership - North America

D. Todd Donavan

Dr. Donavan is an Associate Professor of Marketing at the College of Business, Colorado State University. Todd earned his Ph.D from Oklahoma State University. His research focuses on two streams: identification and service contact personnel. In the identification stream, Todd has investigated brand, organizational and endorser identification. In the service contact personnel stream Todd has published articles on customer orientation as well as service delays. He is published in the Journal of Marketing, Journal of Marketing Research, Marketing Letters, Journal of Advertising, Journal of Business Research, Journal of Environmental Psychology and various other journals. He has also written a sports marketing chapter for the Pride and Ferrell Principles of Marketing book.


Nina Krey

Nina Krey (Assistant Professor of Marketing, Rowan University) was named the inaugural AMS Doctoral Fellow in Marketing while earning her Doctorate at Louisiana Tech University.  From 2012-2016, Nina’s AMS experience includes member management, conference organization, day-to-day communications, web management, journal administration and finances.  Nina has presented her research at numerous AMS Conferences (the first in 2009), participated as a special session speaker, and coedited the 2014 AMS Annual Conference Proceedings.  Her research appears in the Journal of Business Research, Journal of Business, Marketing and Decision Sciences, and more. Nina received the 2015 Outstanding Teacher-Scholar Doctoral Student Competition sponsored by InstantlyTM. 


Director of International Programs
Jay D. Lindquist, Ph.D.

Dr. Lindquist is a consumer behaviorist and Professor Emeritus of Marketing at Western Michigan University. He is a Distinguished Fellow of the Academy, was the inaugural winner of the AMS Harold W. Berkman Award for distinguished long-time service to the Academy (May 2005) and in 2014 was selected as the AMS Global Marketer for his contributions to the internationalization of The Academy.  He has served AMS as President, Chair of the Board of Governors, Vice President for Programs, and has been the Director/Co-Director of International Programs since 1998. His primary areas of research are the study of consumer ethnocentrism, time perceptions, time personality, and time use behavior.  His work has appeared in such publications as the Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, Journal of Business Research, Journal of Retailing, Journal of Consumer Marketing, Journal of Managerial Psychology, International Business Review, Journal of Health Care Marketing, and Time & Society.  He is co-author of the text: Shopper, Buyer, and Consumer Behavior: Theory, Marketing Applications, and Public Policy, 1-4eds, (Web and print versions).

His current primary responsibility is the organization and management oversight of the Academy of Marketing Science World Marketing Congresses held annually at locations around the globe.

Director of Social Media

Janna M. Parker

Dr. Parker (DBA, Louisiana Tech University) is an Assistant Professor of Marketing at James Madison University. Her research interests include retailing, advertising, social media and sustainability. Her research has been published in Journal of Business Ethics and Journal of Consumer Marketing. She is a contributing author of the textbook: Social Media Marketing, 2nd Edition. She also has a chapter in Sustainable Water Use and Management. She joined AMS as a doctoral student and has stayed actively involved as a presenter, reviewer and session chair. She was a track co-chair for the 2014 AMS Conference in Denver.




Contact Information
Academy of Marketing Science
c/o Louisiana Tech University
P.O. Box 3072
Ruston, LA 71272