Philip L. Cochran is the Executive Associate Dean—Indianapolis for the Indiana University Kelley School of Business. He joined the Kelley School of Business Indianapolis in January 2003 as the Thomas W. Binford Chair in Corporate Citizenship and Professor of Management. He also serves as the Director of the IU Randall L. Tobias Center for Leadership Excellence and Professor of Philanthropic Studies at the IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy. He is a Faculty Fellow of IU’s Institute for Corporate Governance, as well as a member of the Indiana University Alliance of Distinguished and Titled Professors.Read more posts from this author
Dan Huber started pursuing his Evening MBA at the Kelley School of Business in January of 2014. He currently serves as Director of Digital Operations for The Prosper Group, a digital political consulting firm based in Greenwood, Indiana. In his role, he draws on skills as a savvy campaign veteran along with a background in computer engineering. At The Prosper Group Dan has lead the team in delivering numerous internal and external project, while providing clients with strategic advice on how to leverage their digital properties to achieve campaign goals.
In 2006, Dan managing one of thirteen campaigns electing a new Republican to the U.S. House. Since then, he has managed all aspects of political campaigns with emphases on building strong field organizations and incorporating technology. His experiences span more than 10 states. He has also lead grassroots public affairs campaigns for nonprofit organizations
In 2008, Huber’s skills were called upon in Romania to consult on parliamentary elections. Based out of Sibiu in Transylvania, he worked to curb a political environment hostile toward the national party. Together, the campaigns were able to adopt several of the latest campaign strategies and tactic. The results of the efforts lead to party vote totals almost double the countywide percentage from the previous election.
Before working in the political environment, Dan spent time working on a failed tech startup based in Milwaukee, lead the real-time implementation of an MRP system at a food manufacturing company responsible for the transition and manufacturing purchasing along the way, and was a co-op student within an R&D department at a power transmission equipment company.
Huber grew up in Nebraska’s panhandle and attended Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where he double majored in computer engineering and political science. Away from work Huber enjoys spending time with his wife Kate, dog Carter, traveling, visiting friends, craft brewing, and following tech and tech gadgets, particularly Android and other Google technologies.Read more posts from this author
Todd Saxton is an Associate Professor for Strategy and Entrepreneurship at the Kelley School of Business.Read more posts from this author