Author; Partner, Jay Galbraith Management Consultants
Dr. Sasha Galbraith is a current partner of Galbraith Management Consultants, an international consulting firm founded by her husband, Dr. Jay Galbraith, specializing in solving strategy and organizational design challenges across corporate, business unit, and international levels. Dr. Sasha Galbraith’s expertise focuses on executive women and their progression in corporate hierarchy and provides consulting services to large multi-national organizations regarding women in management and diversity issues.
Before joining Galbraith Management Consultants, Dr. Galbraith was Vice President of Wells Fargo Bank in California and spent eight years in the commercial real estate investment advisory industry. She received her Ph.D. in Economic Science from the University of Lausanne, Switzerland with her thesis, “Women-Designed Organizations: Are they Different?” Prior to receiving her Ph.D., she earned her MBA from the University of Southern California. Dr. Galbraith also holds a Bachelor’s degree in genetics from the University of California at Berkeley.
With recent studies showing the rise of women-owned businesses, Dr. Galbraith provides counsel and speaks on how women-designed businesses differ from male-designed organizations in structure, business processes, human resource practices and culture. Her research is well received by both genders in organizations who wish to retain their top producers and attract new talent.
Dr. Galbraith is the author of “Anatomy of a Business: What It Is, What It Does, and How It Works,” an entertaining look at business from every angle for the lay person. A “business book with attitude,” the 12 chapters whisk readers through the history of commerce beginning in 5000 BC with the ancient Sumerians and continuing up to complex modern-day practices. The “A Day In The Life of . . .” sections offer valuable insights for aspiring CEO’s, CFO’s, marketing managers, and business students.
Dr. Galbraith is Swiss and American and is fluent in English, French, and German.