EdD, MBA, MPH
Peter D. Lucash is professor, speaker and consultant working with businesses and other organizations to meet the challenges of the 4th Industrial Revolution. Building on his business experience, Peter has shifted his work to teaching, training, and speaking. He is currently a Professor of the Practice at Northeastern University, where he teaches undergraduate management, entrepreneurship, and leadership courses. He is also an adjunct instructor for Washington State University (eMBA program) and the College of Charleston.
Over his career, Peter has worked with a number of companies and industries on strategy, innovation, and business development. His background is in the healthcare industry in senior leadership positions in teaching hospitals, consulting firms, and medical practices.
Academically, Peter earned his BA in Politics from NYU, an MBA and MPH in healthcare management from Columbia University, and his doctorate in organizational leadership studies from Northeastern University. His research, teaching and training interests and work are in entrepreneurial leadership, the new world of business and the Reset Economy, and innovation.
Peter is the author of two books, “Medical Practice Change Management” (McGraw-Hill, 2007) and “Medical Practice Business Plan Workbook (Productivity Press, 2011). He is currently working on a book on leading entrepreneurial ventures.
Peter heads his own company, Digital CPE, LLC, as an entity for his personal speaking, training, and advisory work. His current business activities are as CEO of BioPharma Connex and Senior Advisor for Recruitment Partners, LLC, companies that work with pharmaceutical companies in developing alternative sites for clinical research in Alzheimer’s and dementia.
Peter resides in Charleston, SC with his wife, Deborah, and they have two grown children together.