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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

MA, University of Washington

BA, University of Santa Clara

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.