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Executive in Residence, Columbia Business School, New York
Ehud Houminer has been associated with Columbia Business School since 1991. He serves as an executive in residence and has taught various core and elective courses in the areas of general management and business strategy in the MBA Program.
Born in Jerusalem, Israel, Mr. Houminer is a graduate of the Hebrew University and holds an MBA from the Wharton School of Business of the University of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Houminer’s business career spanned a period of 25 years with the Philip Morris Companies, during which time he held numerous top-level corporate and operating positions in the areas of finance, planning, and general management.
He lived and worked extensively not only in North America but also in Asia, Australia, and Europe.
Mr. Houminer serves as a director of Avnet and numerous Dreyfus mutual funds. He is chairman of the advisory board of the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev School of Management in Beer Sheva, Israel.
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