Adjunct Assistant Professor
Marketing and Public Relations
- BBA, Baruch College
- MBA, University of St. John's
Tariq Khan is a published author, global sought-after keynote speaker and a recognized business leader who brings the combination of corporate and professional leadership experience along with academic learning. His expertise includes thought leadership, innovative marketing strategy, cultural transformation and the diversity and inclusion arena. He has had a distinguished twenty-year corporate career and has held senior leadership roles for major global Fortune companies, including ING, Nationwide, and MetLife. In his last corporate job, Tariq was Senior Vice President and Head of Market Development for ING.
In 2010, Tariq founded his company, Global Diversity Marketing (GDM) in New York. GDM is a leading management consulting firm that has helped global Fortune companies and coached C-Suites leaders to adapt and thrive in the changing environment.
Tariq has equally impressive contributions in the nonprofit world. He serves on the board of directors/advisors for the APIA Scholars; the Asian Pacific Institute for Congressional Studies (APAICS); and Ascend, which is the largest Asian American professional network. He is also the chairman of the board of trustees at Stratford University in Falls Church, Virginia.
Tariq especially enjoys his role as adjunct professor of marketing and leadership at New York University’s SPS graduate school. Tariq has been a faculty member at NYU since 2005.
Tariq earned a bachelor’s degree in international marketing and advertising from Baruch College, New York; an MBA in marketing and management from St. John’s University, New York; and an Executive Management Certification from Babson College, Massachusetts.
Tariq recently wrote a book, Leadership in Changing Times. The book is used at several campuses around the world. Tariq has spoken at major events around the world and shared stage with global CEOs, critical thinkers, and a U.S. President.