Sharon Wulf joined WPI in 2012 as Professor of Practice instructing courses in Leadership and Organizational Behavior. Wulf has advised MBA Graduate Qualifying Projects and Major Qualifying Projects sponsored by organizations including Kiva Systems, UMASS Memorial Medical Center, Karl Storz, The Hanover Insurance Group, Siemens, NStar, and Natick Labs.
In 2014, Sharon Wulf received the Board of Trustees’ award for Outstanding Teaching.
Wulf brings business experience to her teaching and advising initiatives with WPI students. For over 25 years, Wulf has been a senior high-technology executive, start-up team member, board member, angel investor, and international management consultant. In 1992, Wulf founded Enterprise Systems, an organizational and business development firm in Framingham, MA, integrating her expertise to offer professional development training programs. Wulf has delivered over 1,000 customized sessions on business strategy and leadership. She authored several management training books including Building Performance Values, Customer Service Action Plan, and Leadership in Action. Wulf has worked with management teams in 19 countries including the USA, Canada, Mexico, Germany, the Netherlands, Japan, Hong Kong, Australia, and Brazil. She gained over 15 years of experience with two Fortune 50 companies holding a variety of positions including New Ventures Business Development Director, Worldwide Product Marketing Planning Director, and Strategic Programs Director of Semiconductor Technologies.
As a board member, Wulf advised the management team at SpaceTec IMC Corporation throughout the company’s start up in 1991 to its public listing on the NASDAQ in an IPO in 1995. From 1988 to 1992, Wulf served on the MIT Enterprise Forum board, chairing the Start-Up Clinic and presenting as a keynote speaker on business development for the MIT Enterprise Forum Chapters in California and Seattle. Wulf served as Vice President and a member of the Board of Directors of the English Speaking Union of the USA, Boston Branch.