Faculty/
Gloria Tam
Gloria Tam, Ph.D., 
Associate Dean of Professional Learning and Development
Accomplishments
  • Trinity College Scholar, University of Cambridge
  • Advised on disease crisis response and health financing for several Ministries of Health
  • Specialized in non-profit organizations strategy, including the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in China

Gloria Tam, Ph.D. oversees the strategy, development, and implementation of Minerva’s partnerships in executive education and professional learning. She works closely with Minerva’s Academic and Product teams, as well as external industry experts and instructions designers to develop curriculum design, pedagogy, impact measurement, and professional learning programs. She also teaches the Complex Systems Cornerstone Course and Social Sciences classes at Minerva. 

Prior to Minerva, she served as the Executive Director of Strategic Initiative and Executive Education at the Yale School of Management Center for Customer Insights. She previously  served as the Head of Onboard Learning at McKinsey & Company, after spending over eight years as a management consultant specializing in healthcare-related strategy and organizational transformation. Gloria earned her Ph.D. and bachelor’s degree from the University of Cambridge, majoring in genetics and neuroscience.