Diane S. McNulty, PhD

Senior Lecturer
Organizations, Strategy and International Management (OSIM)
(972) 883-2741
PhD, The University of Texas at Dallas 
MS, The University of Texas at Dallas 
BBA, Southern Methodist University
OBHR 4310 Business Ethics 
Executive MBA: Board, Risk Management and Compliance 
Current / Recent
Ethics and values in global economies 
Corporate governance and diversity 
Social enterprise and the advocacy process
Awards and
Top Women in Business (2010), Dallas Business Journal
Invited to join the Executive Women of Dallas, a nonprofit organization of 100 women executives, professionals, entrepreneurs, and elected and appointed government officials in the greater Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex
Chosen to serve the American Heart Association as a national research grant reviewer (Spring 2013)
Alumna of the Leadership Texas Program (1997)
Bachendorf Award of Excellence, American Heart Association (Dallas), 2004
Distinguished Service Award, American Heart Association (Dallas), 2004
CASE awards (Management Magazine), 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2005
Press Club of Dallas Katie award (Management Magazine), 1999, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
Press Club of Dallas Katie award finalist (Management Magazine), 2001, 2002
Member of the board of directors of the Public Affairs Council of Washington, D.C. 
World Affairs Council of Greater Dallas 
Dallas Committee on Foreign Relations 
Dallas Friday Group 
Dallas Junior League Sustainers 
Dallas Press Club 
Dallas Regional Chamber -- Corporate Recruitment Committee, Economic Development Committee 

Previous board and chair appointments include: American Heart Association/Dallas Division; The Perot Museum of Nature and Science; The Science Place; Junior League of Dallas and numerous other not-for-profit boards and fundraising events 
Diane Seay McNulty, PhD, serves as associate dean for external affairs and corporate development in the Naveen Jindal School of Management at The University of Texas at Dallas. In her capacity as associate dean, Dr. McNulty coordinates the Jindal School's public relations, marketing and advertising, advisory council, community relations and corporate relations. Additionally, she is executive editor of the school's publication MANAGEMENT. She teaches undergraduate, graduate and executive education courses, and she lectures on both academic and PR/community-issue topics.