Jean Jacullo is an Assistant Professor at the Fashion Institute of Technology in the Jay and Patty Baker School of Business and Technology. Professor Jacullo teaches retailing courses in the Fashion Merchandising Management Department and is the author of a new course entitled, Merchandising for Omni Retailing.
Professor Jacullo also team taught a graduate course at FIT titled: The New York Seminar for students from Hong Kong, Europe and the U.S. who were completing course work in Global Fashion Management, an MPS graduate degree program at FIT. Professor Jacullo has experience teaching internationally at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand where she taught Strategic Brand Management, and at the Institut Francais de la Mode in Paris where she worked with graduate students in the MBA program on their capstone project.
Professor Jacullo instituted the First Annual Symposium for Omni Retailing at the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2014 and the Second Symposium in 2015. The symposium serves as a think tank on the topic of Omni retailing and features presentations from major industry executives as well as a team of students from Professor Jacullo’s class. Key note speakers in the past were Peter Nordstrom and David Lauren, and well as senior executives from technology and consulting firms.
Professor Jacullo has more than 30 years experience in the fashion industry as a merchandise and product development executive, having worked at the Macy’s Product Development office as a Senior Vice President in Accessories, Jewelry, Handbags and Footwear, at QVC as a Director of Accessories, and with international and domestic accessory and jewelry manufacturers in product development and brand strategy through the consulting company, Jean Jacullo Enterprises.