Senior Lecturer in the Brandeis University International Business School and Adjunct Lecturer in the Heller School for Social Management
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Marketing, Business Strategy, Entrepreneurship
- BUS 52a - Marketing Management
- BUS 70a - Business in the Global Economy
- BUS 154aj - Branding Strategy
- BUS 157aj - Marketing Communications
- BUS 195aj - Field Projects in Business
- BUS 252a - Marketing Management
- BUS 254a - Branding Strategy
- BUS 257f - Social Media and Marketing Communications
- BUS 258f - Sales and Sales Management
- HS 285a - Marketing
Grace Zimmerman is an experienced entrepreneur, in both the high tech and health care industries, with a long, successful track record of launching new companies and products in nascent, undeveloped markets requiring innovative marketing and sales approaches. Companies Ms. Zimmerman has helped to launch, have gone public, or been acquired and are still employing thousands of skilled professionals. The innovative approach to marketing long-term care insurance that Zimmerman pioneered in 1995 at CalPERS is still in use there and has been implemented in a national program for federal employees.
Ms. Zimmerman is currently a Senior Lecturer at the International Business School at Brandeis University, is an affiliated lecturer at the Heller School for Social Policy and Management, is the Head of Programming and serves on the undergraduate Business Program Advisory committee. She teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in marketing. She is the 2007 and 2012 recipient of Brandeis’s Excellence in Teaching Award.
Ms. Zimmerman’s community involvement includes her current responsibilities as the co-chair of the board of trustees of the David Project, a non-profit dedicated to educating and inspiring strong voices for Israel.
Ms. Zimmerman lives in Weston with her husband and two teen-aged daughters. She is a graduate of Harvard Business School and Ohio State University.
Ohio State University