Dr. Matthew Will is an Associate Professor of Finance for the University of Indianapolis MBA Program. He has both graduate and undergraduate degrees from Indiana University in Bloomington, as well as a doctorate from Anderson University in finance. After working a number of years in private industry as a senior manager and executive, he began a career in academia. Dr. Will spent 9 years on the faculty of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. In 2001 he returned to his home state of Indiana and joined the faculty of the University of Indianapolis MBA Program. He has served as Director of the MBA Program, Associate Dean and currently holds the position of Director of External Relations.

Dr. Will is the author of numerous textbooks, textbook supplements and articles. One of the textbooks to which he is a contributor, Principles of Corporate Finance published by McGraw Hill, is one of the top selling MBA textbooks in the country. He has over 40 scholarly publications to his credit, in addition to countless columns and articles published via various media outlets. Dr. Will is a founding member of the Central Indiana Academy of Finance, one of the largest financial literacy organizations in the Midwest. He currently serves as vice-chairman of the board for this organization, is a member of the governor’s business law survey commission. He is a past president of the Rotary Club of Indianapolis and is President of the Indianapolis Rotary Foundation. He serves on the Board of Directors of Cathedral High School, Christel House International and other organizations. He is committed to financial literacy and is involved in various projects to expand financial literacy among the youth in our community.

Dr. Will speaks extensively to public groups on topics including finance, economics, public policy, international business and others. Groups interested in having Dr. Will speak are encouraged to contact him directly.