ICGS is proud to announce its new fellows: Christina Ahmadjian, Nell Minow, and David Larcker.
Christina L. Ahmadjian is a Professor Emeritus at Hitotsubashi University in Tokyo, Japan. Her career has combined academics and practice, with a focus on corporate governance and comparative institutions. She has served as a non-executive director at major Japanese companies, including Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, the Japan Exchange Group (parent company of the Tokyo Stock Exchange), Asahi Group Holdings (parent company of Asahi Beer), and NEC. She advises Japanese companies and government on DEI, corporate governance, and innovation.
Nell Minow is the Vice Chair of ValueEdge Advisors, which advises institutional shareholders on corporate governance issues. She was co-founder of GMI Ratings (formerly The Corporate Library), which was sold to MSCI in 2014. Ms. Minow served as a principal in the governance investment firm LENS and President of Institutional Shareholder Services and has worked in the field of corporate governance and shareholder advocacy for more than 35 years.
David Larcker is the director of the Corporate Governance Research Initiative at Stanford Graduate School of Business and senior faculty of the Arthur and Toni Rembe Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University. He was previously the Ernst & Young Professor of Accounting at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and professor of accounting and information systems at the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University.
They will join the esteemed ICGS Fellows Group led by the Dean of Fellows, William Judge, and includes current active fellows: John C. Coffee Jr., Gerald (Jerry) Davis, Mara Faccio, Amy Hillman, Colin Mayer, Randall Morck, Till Talaulicar, Steen Thomsen, and Michael Useem.