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Claire Starry

Contributing Faculty

College of Management and Technology

School of Management

Degree Program Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Claire Starry is a contributing faculty member in Walden’s MBA program, with an emphasis on teaching courses in international business. She has a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Washington. In additional to teaching online college and graduate level courses, she has been a subject matter expert for numerous courses. Her professional background includes working as a business consultant with a major consulting and research organization, starting and running her own consulting organization, and working as a small business advisor with the Silicon Valley Small Business Development Center.

Education

PhD, University of Washington - Seattle, United States

MA, University of Washington - Seattle, United States

BA, University of Santa Clara - Santa Clara, CA United States

Publications

Starry, C. (2005). Breathing Life into OEM Telematics Opportunities. ITS World Congress Proceedings, 2005.

Starry, C. (2002). Corporate Approaches to Telematics: Beyond Market Research. . ITS World Congress Proceedings, 2002.

Starry, C. (2009). Selling Residential Solar—A Market Based Approach. USAEE Dialog.

Starry, C. (2008). The Changing Economics of Private Business Jet Travel: New Programs and Expanding Opportunities. Business Economics.

Presentations

Starry, C. (2005). Breathing Life into OEM Telematics Opportunities. ITS World/ITS America.

Starry, C., Bernstein, G. (2006). The California Climate Change of Act of 2006—Implications for California. Silicon Valley Roundtable, National Association for Business Economics.