Meet Our Members
The Academy of Management (AOM) is nearly 20,000 members strong from over 115 countries. AOM members are academics, students, and practitioners in diverse segments of management who are advancing the philosophy of management through their study, teaching, and practice. Some research the various aspects of management, while others explore the workings of successful organizations and leaders. Some dissect failures and why they came to be, while others develop hypotheses through which scholars grow their knowledge and practitioners can direct their movements. AOM members share their expertise, knowledge and demonstrated leadership in the classroom and train the next generation of leaders, while others are in the field armed with knowledge of history and cutting edge data analysis.
AOM’s central mission is to enhance the profession of management by advancing the scholarship through collaborative opportunities, which enriches the professional development of its members. There are vast networking opportunities available to AOM members to collaborate and work together to disseminate knowledge about management and organizations. Members can find colleagues through our member directory and leadership directory. The management community may also connect with us through our many social networking avenues.
Current members have access to AOM’s Member Directory for networking purposes only. Find colleagues easily by last name, country, state, province, or institution. Only members whose dues are paid are displayed. Members can also retrieve their passwords and update their contact information from this page. Non-members are welcome to join or browse the membership statistics. See the latest membership figures across AOM and in the divisions and interest groups, or view where members are around the globe.
Professor of Management and Organization, Johns Hopkins University
Member since 1998
“What makes the Academy of Management different for me than other organizations is that over the years, I’ve had the opportunity, both at the conferences and between conferences, to carry on important dialogues, [and] to build relationships. It’s been very instrumental for my career development, and I’ve also had the chance to mentor others in the field of management.”
Assistant Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship, Tippie College of Business, University of Iowa
Member since 2013
“If you are joining and attending the Academy for the first time, you might be very overwhelmed, but don’t feel shy. Reach out to people, because they are going to be very welcoming and want to hear about your perspective.”
EGADE Business School
AOM Virtual Career Fair Sponsor
"The quick communication (questions/answers in real time), immediate support, the integration of all, getting acquainted with the platform (for many of it was the first time)… it has been a great experience!"
Assistant Professor, Tel Aviv University
Member since 2009
“The greatest value of being an AOM member is being apart of this larger collective of individuals, of scholars who try to advance the field of management in general [...] you have easy access to various kinds of knowledge basis that can further not only your own research, but that of your field.”
Professor, Department of Communication and Culture, BI Norwegian Business School
Member since 1990
"AOM is globally the most influential professional association for management scholars. AOM has been a trendsetter for management research.... My AOM participation introduced me to devoted scholars with high experience in publishing in the premiere journals in our field. This gave me as a junior scholar advantages compared to my peers from Norway and many other European countries.... As scholars we do not only have a responsibility to ourselves. It is important that we nurture true scholarly values, and contribute both to the larger academic community as well as to the world around us. Being involved on a regular basis in scholarly associations as AOM, helps us see scholarship and the reality beyond what we see at our local universities."
Emeritus Professor of Management, Mount St. Joseph University, Cincinnati, Ohio
Member since 1986
"AOM has been by far my most important professional organization. Why? The networking, the opportunities, the annual meeting, the peer recognition for service. Find the divisions where you feel at home and then get involved. AOM has 'upped my game'—teaching, research, consulting—throughout my career."
Avram Tucker Distinguished Scholar; Professor of Management; Chairperson, Department of Management, George Washington University
Member since 1992
"I am obviously very involved with AOM given my current role as AOM Vice President and Program Chair and my upcoming roles as AOM President-elect and then AOM President. In fact, I am a member of 11 AOM Divisions! Why? AOM has been extremely generous to me and I have benefited so much from my AOM membership. I have made life-long friends and research partners, recruited colleagues, and have been recruited by other universities myself—all of this through AOM. So, from personal and professional points of view, AOM is the place to be."
Professor of Management, University of Auckland
Member since 1992
"I value my membership in the Academy of Management because of all the friends I have made through AOM over the years, and all the interesting ideas I have read and heard from the Academy meetings and publications."
Associate Professor of Management and Dean's Scholar
Member since 2000
"AOM represents one of the greatest things about this career—the community. Though the membership is huge and that may seem daunting, I still have the friends I met at my first Annual Meeting 30 years ago. These people and the many others I have met since have become the people I go to for both professional and personal fulfillment."