Bryce Bow is a university instructor, strategist, and coach. He’s worked with students and leaders in a wide range of industries across the US and abroad, from Fortune 500 companies and startups to nonprofits and government entities.
Prior to his current faculty position at the Indiana University Kelley School of Business, Bryce helped build and lead multiple brands and businesses, raised money throughout the Midwest, and served as one of the nation’s youngest collegiate athletic directors, helping Johnson University in Florida launch four new sports and win its first two banners in school history.
In addition to a graduate degree from Indiana University and certificates from Penn’s Wharton School, Bryce has completed coursework and assisted with course development and teaching at Harvard Extension School and earned multiple credentials from Harvard Business School’s pioneering virtual programs, including membership in the original HBX CORe “Global Pioneers” cohort in early 2015.
Bryce’s recent areas of interest and study include strategic management, competitive analysis, entrepreneurial leadership, emerging technology, The Walt Disney Company, and the theology of business and technology.
He resides in Bloomington, Indiana with his wife, son, and dog Bodie.