Tina Dacin

Tina Dacin

Stephen J.R. Smith Chaired Professor of Strategy and Organizational Behavior; Director, Community Revitalization Research Program

Tina Dacin is the Stephen J.R. Smith Chaired Professor of Strategy and Organizational Behavior at the Smith School of Business. She is the Director of the Community Revitalization Research Program at the Smith School of Business. Tina’s teaching interests are in the areas of AI and ethics, social innovation as well as strategy, organizational change and leadership. She is former Chair of the Principal’s Innovation Fund at Queen’s University and former Director of the Centre for Social Impact at the Smith School of Business.

Tina’s research interests include cultural heritage, traditions and place-making, social entrepreneurship, and strategic collaboration. Her work has been published in leading management journals and she has served in a variety of editorial positions for these journals. Tina received her doctorate from the University of Toronto and prior to joining Queen's University, she spent nine years at Texas A & M University. She is currently a Visiting Fellow at the Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge and a Visiting Professorial Fellow at the University of Melbourne.

Peter Dacin

Peter Dacin

Professor and Kraft Professor of Marketing

Peter Dacin is the Kraft Professor of Marketing and a full professor of Marketing at the Smith School of Business. He received his doctorate from the University of Toronto. Prior to joining Smith, Dr. Dacin spent 7 years at Texas A & M University and 6 years at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Peter’s research interests intersect marketing and organizations. His recent work on social entrepreneurship was recognized with the Academy of Management decade award and his work in marketing strategy and consumer behavior has also been recognized for being very highly cited. More recently, Peter has been writing and collecting data on consumer culture and traditions.

Peter’s research has appeared in several journals including Journal of Marketing, Journal of Marketing Research, Journal of Consumer Research, Journal of Consumer Psychology, Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, Academy of Management Annals, Academy of Management Perspectives, Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of Business Research, Journal of Advertising Research, Journal of Personal Selling and Sales Management and Journal of Product & Brand Management, among others. Peter’s teaching interests are in marketing strategy, analytics, consumer behaviour and research methods. He has been recognized for teaching excellence several times.

Peter has been recognized with awards for research excellence at the Smith School of Business and also at Texas A&M University. He is also the recipient of several SSHRC grants and other funded grant opportunities. Until just recently, Peter was a Visiting International Research Fellow at the Center for Corporate Reputation at Oxford University.

In terms of professional service and outreach Peter has served as President of the Academic Division of the American Marketing Association, co-founder of the Corporate Identity/Associations Research Group, and Chair of the Consumer Behavior SIG at the American Marketing Association. He was also President of the Queen’s University Faculty Association and a board member and on the executive committee of the local hospitals foundation board.

Jay Handelman

Jay Handelman

Associate Professor and Associate Dean (Faculty)

Jay Handelman is an Associate Professor of Marketing at Smith School of Business. He was the founding Director of the Centre for Social Impact. His research examines the forces underlying the functioning of the consumer-based marketplace and the dynamics that lead to market change. Dynamics that come with consumer trends, changes in cultural ideologies, social movements, and marketing strategies are a few examples of the societal forces and their effects on consumers and the marketplace that inform this research. Jay’s work has been published in the Journal of Marketing, Journal of Consumer Research, Culture Markets and Consumption, Journal of Retailing, and other journals and numerous national and international conferences. Jay Handelman has also been recognized by students for his teaching with teaching awards and nominations.

Kelley Packalen

Kelley Packalen

Associate Professor

Kelley studies integrity in academia, entrepreneurship, and organizations with a particular focus on when and why individuals fail to act with integrity. She examines these questions through multiple frameworks or lenses including moral disengagement. She is also actively involved in a multi-disciplinary longitudinal study of work integration social enterprises (WISEs) in Ontario, and how they can impact the lives of people with mental illnesses. In the past she has investigated how career histories of founders may influence firm level outcomes and the evolution of multi-level organizational and industry networks over time.

Kelley has received funding for her research from the SSHRC, Employment and Social Development Canada, SSRC, the Kauffman Foundation and the Smith School of Business. She has presented her work at conferences and published in multiple formats. At Smith, Kelley teaches entrepreneurship, innovation and strategy to students in the Commerce Program as well as an entrepreneurship and innovation seminar in the masters of science and doctoral program.