Dr. Ihsen Ketata serves as a consultant for CIBER. In this capacity, she leads several student projects and competitions, implementation of workshops, conferences and guest speaker events and assists with the visiting scholar program in support of the center’s goals and objectives. She also teaches in the Institute of International Business.
Ihsen received her Ph.D. in strategic management and her master’s degree in economic analysis, modeling and quantitative analysis from the University of Montpellier I, France. During her doctoral studies, she taught several courses in French both at the University of Montpellier I, France and at the Institut Supérieure d’Administration des Affaires of Sfax (ISAAS), Tunisia. Ihsen has served as a visiting assistant professor at the ISAAS, Tunisia and had a Temporary Appointment for Instruction and Research in the University of Montpellier I. Prior to joining Georgia State University, she was a post-doctoral fellow at Georgia Tech-CIBER, where she continued her research in the area of multinational company strategies.
Ihsen initially joined GSU-CIBER as director where she helped found the Southeast U.S. Higher Education Consortium for International Business, created the international business field study course and added it to the international business certificate, and co-chaired conferences like CIMaR 2011 and conducted business in the Middle East.