Dr. Iris M. Mack

Lecturer of Management

Ph.D., Applied Mathematics and Scientific Computing, Harvard University; M.B.A., London Business School; M.S., Applied Mathematics, University of California; B.S., Mathematics and Mathematical Physics, Vassar College

Iris Mack, PhD, EMBA earned a Harvard doctorate in Applied Mathematics and a London Business School Sloan Fellow MBA. Dr. Mack is currently an Adjunct Faculty at the College of Business at Loyola University in New Orleans. In addition, she was just appointed to a STEM board - funded by the Smithsonian. She recently taught Mathematics and Financial Literacy courses for the Upward Bound Program at Loyola University. She is a former Florida International University (FIU), Tulane Energy Institute faculty and MIT faculty member. Dr. Mack is also a former Derivatives Quant/Trader who has worked in financial institutions in the U.S., London and Asia. She has also worked on consulting projects in various countries around the world – including Singapore, London, Belgium and Switzerland. As indicated on her Amazon Author page , Dr. Mack is the author of ten books.

Dr. Mack lectures, consults, trades and serves as an expert witness consultant on Energy Derivatives, Trading, Risk Management, Quantitative Finance, Financial Literacy and Mathematics Literacy. She has also written a column for the International Business Times – UK Edition . A list of Dr. Mack ’ s selected publications may be found in the Appendix to this document. In addition, Dr. Mack has also spent some of her professional career at NASA, Boeing, Enron, BNP Paribas and AT&T Bell Laboratories – where she obtained a patent for research on optical fiber and information technology.

Dr. Mack has served - on various boards: Womens Energy Network South Louisiana Chapter, National Academy of Sciences Transportation Research Board (Washington, D.C.), The Edwin Moses Global Institute, AlgoAnalytics Trading and Financial Analytics (India), MarketExpress Financial News and Research (India).