Joel Mier is a Visiting Instructor of Marketing at the Robins School of Business at the University of Richmond. He received his Doctorate in Business Administration from Georgia State University in 2016. His primary teaching responsibilities at the University of Richmond include teaching the Principles of Marketing and Strategic Marketing courses. Previously, Joel had taught a variety of marketing courses at the School of Business at Virginia Commonwealth University.
Joel has a rich practitioner background in marketing, spanning a wide variety of industries and company life stages. He is currently the Vice President of Marketing of Contactually, a SaaS-based relationship marketing software firm in Washington, D.C. Prior, he was Vice President of Marketing at Genworth, a Fortune 500 global financial services company in Richmond, VA. Joel spent his early career in Silicon Valley at such firms as Garter (Senior Market Analyst), Adobe (Senior Business Analyst), and Netflix (Director of Marketing).
Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, Hong Kong June, 2016
Lenovo Worldwide Finance Leadership
“Big Data and Customer Centricity: Creating Sustainable Organic Growth”
AIA, EdgeTALK Corporate Executive Conference, Hong Kong 2014
“A Comprehensive Definition of Data: How It Can Help Create Sustainable Organic Growth”
Cho, Edward, Joel Mier, Catrina Jones, and Danny Bellenger. "Did Dodd–Frank miss the mark? Financial experts’ and regulators’ perspectives on resolution plans." Journal of Banking Regulation (2015).
Dissertation: Business "Buyers" Are People Too: Do Personal Characteristics Help to Explain the Effectiveness of Selected Marketing Activities in a B2B Setting?