Mike Monaghan
Chairman, Advisory Board
Global SRN


Michael is a recognized expert on business outsourcing solutions and supplier risk management, and is among the select few globally with the in-depth knowledge and experience to devise and execute complex global outsourcing and supplier management strategies, from both the client and supplier sides, where values reach into the billions of dollars. He has extensive experience working with regulators on supplier management-specific risk and regulatory compliance matters. Michael served as an Executive In Residence at the Duke University Fuqua School of Business and was a founding member of the Offshoring Research Network.

Ted Botzum
Executive in Residence


An accomplished, business-focused finance and IT executive with extensive knowledge of the sourcing market place, Ted leverages broad and deep experience to assist clients in meeting their strategic and operational business goals. He has demonstrated skills in program management, finance, strategic development, negotiations, asset sales / buy-backs, people and project management, IT services and business development with extensive experience in managing large teams on complex, multi-vendor global projects. He is recognized as an excellent personnel and project manager, adept in designing and utilizing engagement techniques, which identify, isolate and manage risk.


Kirsten Gallagher
Director Marketing
& Communications
Global SRN

Kirsten leverages her extensive global corporate, media and consulting experience to provide strategic communication and marketing leadership to Global SRN. Kirsten has partnered with executives on market development and product launches to public relations and change management. She has worked across multiple industry and non-profit sectors, managing corporate and product branding, financial, internal and external communications, and issue management. As a journalist, Kirsten was Bureau Chief for Bloomberg News in Zurich, covering banking, insurance and other industries, and worked as a reporter and editor in the United States, Europe and Latin America.


Dr. Keren Caspin-Wagner
Global SRN

Keren Caspin-Wagner is the Global SRN’s Director of Research and a Research Associate at the Social Science Research Institute at Duke University. Leveraging her experience in both academic and industry-oriented research, Keren simplifies complex situations and translates research results into practical recommendations that drive strategic decisions. Her research focuses on global sourcing, online marketplaces for STEM talent, firms’ strategic innovation, the globalization of innovation, organizational design, innovation management, start-ups, and firm performance. Keren was a postdoctoral research associate at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business, Strategy Group. She received her PhD in Organizational Behavior from the Business School at Tel-Aviv University and her M.Sc. in Management from the Technion. She taught a variety of management courses for MBA students at Tel-Aviv University and served as a research associate at the BRM Institute of Technology and Society and at the Eli Hurvitz Institute of Strategic Management at Tel-Aviv University, focusing on investments in innovation strategies among Israeli high-technology companies.

Dr. Arie Lewin
Industry Expert / Consultant
Founder, Duke ORN
Professor Emeritus Strategy and International Business
Duke University, The Fuqua School Of Business

Arie Y. Lewin is the founder of the original Duke Offshoring Research Network, now known as Global Sourcing Research Network. Under his leadership, the organization has focused on the globalization of organizations, business functions, processes and services. He is Professor Emeritus of Strategy and International Business at Duke University, Fuqua School of Business. as well as Editor-in-Chief for the Management and Organization Review. He is an elected Fellow of the Academy of International Business, and the Organization Management and Theory division of the Academy of Management, which awarded Professor Lewin the first Joanne Martin Trailblazer Award. His most current research focuses on the globalization of innovation, new organization forms, and the emergence of the global service provider industry. Professor Lewin was the director of The Duke Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER ) for 18 years, served as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS); founding Editor-in-Chief of Organization Science, convener of the acclaimed Organization Science Winter Conference, and visiting Research Professor at IESE and RSM Erasmus University.

Learn more about Dr. Lewin’s research