By Sandy Jap and Karen Hice Guzmán

Sandy Jap: Wisdom in Business

“My prayer is almost always, ‘Help me to see this situation the way you see it.'” — Sandy Jap

Listen in on our interview with business leader Sandy Jap in this special edition podcast from our Dear Mentor LIVE series.

Over the years I have appreciated the leadership, wisdom, and presence of Dr. Sandy Jap in a number of situations where we have partnered to serve students and faculty. I am impressed by her commitment to living out her life with Jesus in the classroom, in her discipline, and in the other spheres in which she operates. I am grateful for her willingness to be a part of our Dear Mentor—LIVE (MBA Edition) series last summer and for her candid and helpful engagement with issues facing Christian women in the university and workplace, including speaking to the intersection of race and gender as an Asian American woman.

— Karen Hice Guzmán

 

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About the Author

Sandy Jap holds the Sarah Beth Brown Endowed Professorship of Marketing Chair at Emory University in Atlanta. She teaches channel strategy and retailing management for MBA, executive, and undergraduate programs, and the marketing strategy seminar in the PhD program. She's published widely, is an international speaker and consultant, and has won numerous awards for her impact on the field. She received her PhD from the University of Florida (Go Gators!) and enjoys spending time with her kids. Tennis, red wine, and Cape Cod summers come in a very close second.

Karen Hice Guzmán is the Director of Women in the Academy and Professions. Except for some years taken off to raise children, Karen has spent her adult life in and around InterVarsity — originally as a student and campus staff member in Michigan and currently in Georgia. An entrepreneur at heart, she started the graduate student fellowship at Michigan State and the MBA fellowship at Georgia Tech. She loves to use her gifts of hospitality and teaching to create a welcome place for people to connect with God and with each other. Currently, she is bringing together women in graduate school and beyond to encourage, support, and mentor one another to live fully into the call of God on their lives as they navigate the challenges of academia and the professional world. Karen lives in Marietta, Georgia. She and her husband have three adult sons. She loves dark chocolate, good coffee, and British TV.

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