Dr. Hannah Stolze is an author, teacher, speaker, and academic with a focus on sustainable supply chain management and the intersection of faith and business strategy. Hannah is the inaugural William E. Crenshaw Endowed Chair in Supply Chain Management in the Department of Management in Baylor’s nationally ranked Hankamer School of Business. Dr. Hannah Stolze is the founding director of the Wheaton Center for Faith & Innovation at Wheaton College. A former member of the U.S. Army, Stolze worked in public affairs, as a civilian in international business, and was a 2020 Fulbright Scholar in Indonesia. Stolze has conducted research with 50+ companies in the areas of global supply chain management and social and environmental sustainability. Stolze recently published an article on sustainable SCM and bad press in the Harvard Business Review. Dr. Stolze is the author of the book, Wisdom Based Business: Applying Biblical Principles and Evidence-Based Research for a Purposeful and Profitable Business which has been endorsed by several industry leaders including Kristin Colber-Baker, Head of Global Talent, Mars, Inc. Learn more: www.hannahstolze.com and follow her on LinkedIn.
In the Wisdom-Based Business online course, marketing and supply-chain professor Hannah J. Stolze presents a full framework for integrating faith and the secular workplace by drawing principles from the Bible's wisdom literature and from evidence-based research, ultimately showing how to do business in a way that is purposeful and profitable.