Gregory L. Stoller

Gregory L. Stoller

Gregory L. Stoller
Adjunct Lecturer – Operations Management Department
Boston University,
143 Bay State Road, Room 303
617.358.1710 (BU office),
617.233.5666 (cell phone)
M.B.A., Harvard Business School
B.S., Cornell University
Expertise / Research Interests
Greg Stoller is actively involved in building entrepreneurship and international business programs at Boston University in the Questrom School of Business. He teaches courses in entrepreneurship, global strategy and management and runs the Asian International Management Experience Program, and the Asian International Consulting Project.
He also actively mentors graduate school teams which participate in competitions such as the Venture Capital Investment Competition, the Rice University Business Plan Competition, and MassChallenge.
Stoller is a published author of the book Strategies in Entrepreneurial Finance with Accompanying Case Studies, and business articles detailing the successful practices of U.S. and international firms. He is a reporter, contributor and periodic co-host of the broadcast Radio Entrepreneurs and co-creator/host of the nationally aired television show the Language of Business. He also regularly works with the press providing commentary and analysis on domestic and international business issues. Previously, he taught for 15 years at Boston College’s Carroll School of Management. He speaks, reads and writes fluent Japanese, Mandarin Chinese and French, and basic Cantonese Chinese, Korean and Spanish.

  • 2011 Graduate Faculty Member of the Year (student voted)
  • 2009 Teaching with New Media Award, summa cum laude
  • 2006 Olympus National Innovation Award Nomination, NCIIA


  • “Mirror on Japan.” Hotelie Magazine, Cornell University School of Hotel Administration, Spring 2011.
  • Strategies in Entrepreneurial Finance: With Accompanying Case Studies, Northcoast Publishers, 2006.

Stoller is currently the President of Coolidge Plaza, LLC, a real estate holding company that buys, sells, and operates commercial and residential properties in the metropolitan Boston area. He was previously the Financial Planning Manager at ZOOTS, a retail dry cleaning start-up, responsible for strategy development, and sourcing and evaluation of real estate locations. Stoller’s real estate career began at Realty Financial Partners, a development and operations company, as the assistant to the CFO. His international experience formally started at the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo, Japan, where he was recruited and selected as the first full-time, American staff member in the hotel’s history, which at that time was 104 years old. After returning to the U.S., Stoller joined Shiva Corporation as the Asia Pacific and Latin America Market Development Manager.
International Management
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