Loubna Erraji is the Director, Center for HR and Leadership Development at Rutgers, School of Management & Labor Relations, and an Adjunct Professor and Lecturer at Rutgers University. Loubna is also an Executive and Career coach, and an advisor to executives, small business owners, students and professionals from numerous industries.
Dr. Erraji has more than 18 years of global experience encompassing an academic career as a neuroscientist at Columbia University, as well as sales, marketing, business development, and management consulting positions within the healthcare and pharmaceutical industry. She has held teaching positions at EU and US Universities; supported healthcare, biotech, pharmaceutical industry, and higher education clients with strategic planning, market research, project management, curriculum development. As an adjunct professor at Rutgers University, she has been teaching classes in Management Skills, Organizational Behavior, Cross-Cultural Diversity in the Workplace, Team Consulting, and Soft Skills, to Executive MBA, undergraduate, and graduate students (MBA, MS in Healthcare Management, Supply Chain Management, Business of Fashion). Her classes focus on concepts and critical skills to work and communicate more effectively with others, lead teams and organizations successfully, navigate culturally diverse workplaces, while building the business acumen skills to make better decisions, and be more effective leaders. Loubna is very passionate about change management, corporate social responsibility, diversity and inclusion, and has incorporated these concepts into her classes. She has also served for the past three years as a mentor for the RBS mentoring programs for undergraduates and MBA students.
Dr. Erraji earned a Ph.D. at René Descartes University, Paris, France, in Molecular Biology and Pharmacology, and an MBA in Pharmaceutical Management and Marketing at Rutgers University, Newark. Involved in networking, educational event planning and curriculum development.