Hannah J. Stolze joined the College of Business at Lipscomb University in 2021 and the Business & Economics faculty at Wheaton College in 2015.
Hannah is currently an associate professor of supply chain management at Lipscomb University and executive director of the Wheaton College Center for Faith & Innovation. Before her joint appointment at Lipscomb University and Wheaton College, she was an assistant professor of supply chain management in the marketing department at Florida State University.
She earned a Ph.D. in Business Administration at the University of Tennessee, where she specialized in logistics and marketing. Prior to that she earned an MBA at Lindenwood University and worked in packaging imports. She has a Bachelor’s of Arts from Carthage College with a dual major in International Political Economics, Mandarin, and a minor in Asian Studies. Her previous career was in the United States Army. She served in multiple capacities including, psychological operations, ordnance, and as a broadcast journalist in public affairs.
Hannah conducts applied business research with a focus on sustainability (including environmental, economic, social and humanitarian impacts) and transformative impact. She has partnered with over 40 Fortune 500 firms on research projects and in data collection. For a full over view of her research link to: curriculum vitae. Her work has been published in multiple academic journals including, the Harvard Business Review, Journal of Operations Management, Journal of Supply Chain Management, and the Journal of Business Logistics.
She recently served as a Fulbright Scholar in Indonesia on a teaching grant where she lectured in undergraduate courses and taught graduate supply chain courses at UPH (Universitas Pelita Harapan). She also conducted seminars, workshops, consulted on curricular matters, and assisted with program and faculty development.