Susan Kulp, associate professor of accounting
Susan Kulp is associate professor of accountancy at GWSB. She earned a bachelor’s degree in commerce from DePaul University, an MBA from the University of Chicago, and a PhD in business administration from Stanford University. Kulp is an expert in the area of management accounting and control, with a focus on performance measurement and incentive issues in interorganizational relationships. Her studies have been published in numerous scholarly journals, including the Journal of Accounting Research, The Accounting Review and Management Science. Professor Kulp teaches primarily in the MBA program and the executive MBA program and is the Director of both the Masters of Accountancy program and the “Raising the Bar” program aimed at educating executive women about governance and executive management. Professor Kulp has developed many new courses and programs, including the core financial accounting and managerial accounting courses for the online MBA program. Prior to joining the GWSB faculty as an assistant professor in 2007, Kulp spent eight years on the faculty of the Harvard Business School.