Allwin Team

Robert G. Hansen

Faculty Director, Allwin Initiative for Corporate Citizenship
Senior Associate Dean
Norman W. Martin 1925 Professor of Business Administration
Robert Hansen teaches courses in managerial economics, game theory, environmental economics, and most recently, economics of the credit crisis. He is an expert in economics, finance, and public policy and management. His research interests include the role of syndication in industries like investment banking and construction, and the efficiency of auctions in an uncertain world. His recent publications include "Auctions of Companies" in Economic Inquiry and "Megafirms" in North Carolina Law Review. Hansen is a member of the board of More Than Wheels, a nonprofit offering credit counseling and reduced interest loans to help low-income workers purchase cars. He earned his MA and PhD from UCLA. [More]

John H. Vogel Jr.

Associate Faculty Director for Corporate Citizenship, Allwin Initiative for Corporate Citizenship
Adjunct Professor of Business Administration
John Vogel has taught courses in entrepreneurship in the social sector, nonprofit management, and real estate at Tuck since 1992. His areas of research include: affordable housing, B Corporations, sustainable buildings and real estate capital markets. His recent publications include “Laws, Not Lawyers: How States Can Protect Nonprofit Leaders and Infuse More Money into the Sector”, published in the Stanford Social Innovation Review. He serves on the boards of directors of the HOPE foundation and Housing Vermont, and on the advisory board for Dartmouth's Tucker Foundation. He earned his MA from the University of Virginia and his MBA from Harvard. [more]

Richard S. Shreve

Associate Faculty Director for Business Ethics, Allwin Initiative for Corporate Citizenship
Adjunct Professor of Business Ethics
Professor Rick Shreve has been involved in the study and teaching of business ethics since he joined Tuck's faculty in 1992 after a career on Wall Street. He has also taught as a Visiting Professor of Business Ethics at the Yale School of Management. Prior to joining Tuck, he had several years of experience in corporate finance at Morgan Stanley & Co. where he was a managing director. Shreve's work at Tuck has focused on two areas of interest to business students and future practitioners in the light of recent corporate scandals—integrating ethics into the MBA core curriculum and fostering character development in MBA students. He currently serves on the Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital Board of Directors. He has a master's degree in divinity from Yale and an MBA from Harvard. [more]

Patricia Palmiotto

Executive Director, Allwin Initiative for Corporate Citizenship
Pat Palmiotto has worked in the fields of management consulting and education. She is coauthor of a chapter on training and development in Paving the Way for the 21st Century: The Human Factor in Higher Education Financial Management (NACUBO, 1993). Her professional interests lie in the power of individuals and groups to make a difference in communities. Palmiotto serves on the board of WISE, a local nonprofit supporting victims of domestic and sexual abuse. She has a master's degree in human resource management from Antioch University and a masters of arts degree from Dartmouth College. Her thesis was on cross-cultural moral judgment.

Sarah Braun

Program Administrator, Allwin Initiative for Corporate Citizenship
Sarah Braun is a higher education administrator with 10 years of work in numerous colleges most recently in the academic affairs office of New England College. Her experience has included managing student programs, faculty support, databases, and website content. Sarah has an M.S. in higher education administration from New England College, an M.A. in international relations from the University of Sussex (England), and a B.A. in international studies and mass communications from the University of Denver.