Liz Vitullo holds a dual role at West Virginia University, serving as the Assistant Dean for Strategic Initiatives at the John Chamber’s College of Business and Economics, and the Assistant Vice President of Economic Innovation. In her roles, she has the responsibility for standing up new initiatives, resourcing existing efforts and collaborating with key stakeholders. She supports special projects and strategic initiatives that impact the University and the state. She is passionate about education and serves as the Coordinator of the Healthcare MBA program.
Prior to her current role, Vitullo managed the portfolio of graduate programs in the John Chambers College of Business and Economics, launching its nationally ranked online MBA beginning which led to the creation of subsequent nationally ranked online master’s programs and other specialized programs for national guardsmen and corporate offerings. She was part of the inaugural cohort of IDEA fellows at WVU and served as the Dean of the Governor’s School for Entrepreneurship.
Vitullo received her PhD and MBA from WVU and her undergraduate and MS degree from the University of Toronto. She has served as an adjunct faculty in entrepreneurship, marketing and management and has published in several areas. She lives in Morgantown with her husband, two daughters and son.