Denise E. Burrill, PhD, is Assistant Professor in the School of Business and Technology of Fitchburg State University, in USA, and Associate Researcher at the Corhis Research Center of Paul Valéry University Montpellier 3, in France, where she received her PhD. Dr. Burrill is a co-founder of IPSEC and the Chair of its Board of Trustees. She holds a Masters of Liberal Arts in Management with a Nonprofit Administration concentration from Harvard University and is the recipient of the Harold V. Langlois Outstanding Scholar Award for “demonstrated exceptional academic accomplishment and promise as a manager,” and the recipient of the Dean’s List Academic Achievement Award from Harvard University. Her research focuses on management information systems, religious phenomena, inter-religious networking and dialogue, culture, organizations, and communication.
She has more than fifteen years of experience working in the financial and technology sectors. She is a coeditor of several volumes including The Phenomenon of Migration: Proceedings of Harvard Square Symposium Vol.2/2016 Cambridge, MA: The Scientific Press, 2016; The Holistic Society: Multi-Disciplinary Perspectives: Proceedings of Harvard Square Symposium Vol.3/2017 Cambridge, MA: The Scientific Press, 2018, and of several peer-reviewed papers. Most recently she published together with former PhD adviser, Professor Mihaela-Alexandra Tudor, a seminal research paper titled “Culture, structure, and rational interests in interdenominational networking: a case study of Romanian Orthodox Seminarians” Journal of Beliefs & Values, Vol. 41, Issue 2, 2020.