Nada Hashmi Named to Poets & Quants’ 40-Under-40 Best MBA Professors

Nada Hashmi, assistant professor of information systems at Babson College, has been named to Poets & Quants’ list of 40-Under-40 Best MBA Professors of 2024

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Nada Hashmi, assistant professor of information systems at Babson

Hashmi, who has been at Babson since 2018, was included on the annual list of “the most promising young professors training the leaders of tomorrow.” 

Hashmi, also a research affiliate at MIT, teaches Programming for Business Analytics and Advanced Programming for Business Analytics at Babson. Her research explores the interface between technology and leadership, emphasizing the use of technological tools to enhance collective intelligence, collaboration, and equity in leadership and educational settings. 

“Professor Hashmi is a rare gem that we are blessed to have at Babson,” Denicia Ratley, director of religious & spiritual life at Babson, said in the Poets & Quants profile. “She continues to be a beacon of brilliance, and empowerment for students and her colleagues.” 

Among the highlights in the profile, Hashmi explains what she enjoys most about teaching business students. “One of the things I truly cherish about teaching at an entrepreneurial business school is the incredible diversity of perspectives in the classroom,” she said. “Each student brings their unique background and experiences. Plus, they’re not just here to learn; they’re eager to apply these concepts in real-world scenarios, which really brings the material to life.” 

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