Everlyne ("Eve") Misati is an assistant professor of strategic management and public policy at the George Washington University School of Business. She earned her Ph.D. in Business Administration, with a focus on the areas of Entrepreneurship, Strategy, and International Business, from Florida International University (FIU). She studies the firm-stakeholder relationship as it broadly pertains to firms’ growth, social evaluations, and non-market activities. Her work is motivated by the recognition that firms’ decisions and actions not only affect but are also increasingly influenced by key actors. Specifically, she takes both macro and microfoundations perspectives to examine the precursors and outcomes of the strategies, processes, and performance relating to the (1) expansion e.g. via internationalization, (2) legitimacy, and (3) social responsibility of both small entrepreneurial firms and large multinationals. Her work has been published in outlets including the Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Business Ethics, Africa Journal of Management, Journal of Business Research, Human Relations, Group & Organization Management, and the Journal of Organizational Behavior.
While pursuing her Ph.D. at FIU, Professor Misati taught undergraduate courses in Entrepreneurship, Strategic Management, International Business, as well as Organization and Management across face to face, online, and hybrid platforms. More recently, Professor Misati taught Principles of Entrepreneurship to undergraduate students at the University of Missouri in Columbia. She is currently teaching Business Ethics and the Legal Environment at GWSB.
Among other volunteer roles, Professor Misati has served as:
- A member of the curriculum committee of the Management and International Business Department at FIU from 2014-2018
- The PhD Student Member-at-Large on the Executive Board of the Women in the Academy of International Business (AIB-WAIB) from 2015-2017
- The Newsletter Editor and later the Communications Officer of the Academy of Management’s (AOM) International Management (IM) Division from 2014-2019, and
- A member of the research committee of the PhD Project’s Management Doctoral Students Association (MDSA) from 2014-2015
Prior to returning to school to pursue her Ph.D., Professor Misati worked in Nairobi, Kenya and Orlando, FL. Her career spanned the hospitality and supply chain industries as well as undergraduate student advising. Professor Misati completed her undergraduate education in Hotel Management at Kenya Utalii College in Nairobi, Kenya, and an MBA, with concentrations in Entrepreneurship and International Business, from Rollins College, in Winter Park, FL.