Executive Program - Coping with Carbon: Sustainable Strategies for the Transportation and Logistics Enterprise

Program Faculty

Aaron S. Gellman, Professor of Transportation, The Transportation Center; Professor of Management & Strategy, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University; Program Chair

A noted transportation economist, Professor Gellman’s research and teaching include transportation economics and policy, the regulation of transportation, and the management and utilization of research and technology.

Thomas M. Cushing, former Senior Vice President of the Chicago Climate Exchange (CSX)

A noted transportation economist, Professor Gellman’s research and teaching include transportation economics and policy, the regulation of transportation, and the management and utilization of research and technology.

David Dana, Professor of Law, Northwestern University School of Law

David Dana is a leading scholar in the fields of environmental, property, intellectual property, and professional responsibility law. Before becoming a professor, he was an environmental litigator in both the private (Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering) and public (U.S. Department of Justice) sectors.

Theodore Prince, Principal, T. Prince & Associates

Mr. Prince has spent his career of over thirty years in the transportation industry. He has served in senior management positions and provided consulting services for a wide variety of surface freight transportation stakeholders. His areas of expertise include intermodal strategy, new product development, supply chain improvement, eCommerce applications, acquisition support and container shipping investment and leasing.

Ian Savage, Associate Chair of Economics and Distinguished Senior Lecturer, Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences, Northwestern University

Ian Savage is an economist with research focuses on pricing, costing, subsidies, management strategy, and the impacts of competition and privatization. He specializes in urban transportation, and the analysis of safety regulation and safety performance.