Faculty Profile

Leslie Stevens

INDUSTRY PROFESSOR
Email: leslie.stevens@stevens.edu
Resume
School:  School of Systems & Enterprises
Education
  • Masters in Business from Pace University in NY
  • MS in Computer and Communications Sciences from the University of Michigan
  • BSc (First-Class Honours) in Mathematics from the University of Bristol, England
General Information

 

Systems and Management expert Leslie Stevens

Leslie Stevens is an Industry Professor in School of Systems and Enterprises (SSE) at Stevens Institute of Technology. She specializes in online learning, teaching online, and has taught online for over eight years. Additionally, she is the Online Program Director for SSE, with a focus on course quality. Ms. Stevens holds a Masters in Business from Pace University in NY, an MS in Computer and Communications Sciences from the University of Michigan, and a BSc (First-Class Honours) in Mathematics from the University of Bristol, England. Prior to joining the SSE school, Ms. Stevens was on the faculty in the Howe School of Technology Management. She was the Study Director for the research project on Port Security, published in "Securing the Port of New York and New Jersey: Network-Centric Operations Applied to the Campaign against Terrorism" (2004). She was also the Director of the Center for Global Technology Management - leading the formulation of the global program in the Howe School. Prior to joining the Institute in 2002, she was Vice President, Information Management at AT&T. Ms. Stevens had a 23 year career at Bell Labs, AT&T and NCR, with successes directing operations, sales and marketing, R&D, finance and strategic planning organizations - and extensive software systems experience. She managed very large systems organizations (1800 employees) and all aspects of the systems life cycle. She began her career as a systems engineer at Bell Laboratories. In addition to teaching at Stevens Institute, she is also a strategic IT consultant, applying systems engineering practices to help firm's improve the effectiveness of their software assets. She is on the Advisory/Content Board and the Higher Education Committee for the Wall Street Technology Association (WSTA.org).

Appointments

Program Director, Online Channel 2008

Assistant Director, Online Delivery 2007

Industry Professor, 2004

Director Global Program Management 2002

Grants, Contracts & Funds
Smith Richardson Foundation Grant, 2003-05
Selected Publications
Report
  1. Hultin, J, M. Pennotti, H. Ullman, L. Stevens. (Sep 2004). "Securing the Port of New York and New Jersey: Network-Centric Operations Applied to the Campaign against Terrorism", Stevens Institute, Smith-Richardson Foundation.
Courses
  • SYS 625 Fundamentals of Systems Engineering