Ph.D., M.B.A., B.A., Lynn University; D.B.A., American International University; M.S., Walden University
Customer satisfaction; customer service; multicultural research; consumer behavior; online consumer behavior; compulsive buying behavior; quantitative research
Dr. Lopez owns a successful real estate investment firm and a portfolio management business that he operates in Florida, Spain, and Guatemala. Since 2003, he has been teaching at the university level and has published in the areas of negotiations, investments, and customer behavior. He has presented at conferences and universities worldwide, including in Guatemala; St. Petersburg, Russia; Paris; Hong Kong; Beijing; Shanghai; Xian, China; and Granada, Spain. His travels in business and academia have helped Dr. Lopez build substantial knowledge in consumer behavior, multicultural communication, psychology, and negotiations. He joined Walden in the dual degree program with Universidad del Valle de Mexico in 2007, teaching Mexican exchange students in Florida. He serves on the D.B.A. faculty and has been mentoring doctoral students since 2009. He chairs dissertation committees and has taught courses in management and quantitative research.