Angeli Gianchandani, M.A.

Angeli Gianchandani
Practitioner In Residence

Department of Accounting, Finance & Marketing
Pompea College of Business

M.A., Tufts University, Medford, MA
B.B.A., Pace University, Pleasantville, NY

About Angeli

Angeli Gianchandani is a global brand strategist and communications leader. She leads brand marketing focusing on sustainability for Samsung Electronics America, driving customer engagement to increase market share and revenue. Angeli has held leadership roles for global brands such as BMW of North America and General Motors/Cadillac, Polo Ralph Lauren, and DKNY, placing them at the forefront of innovation, technology, and design. She has been responsible for new product launches, go-to-market plans, and brand strategies to increase market share. Angeli holds an MA in International Relations from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. At Fletcher, Angeli earned praise for her research providing a unique perspective on the essential role of female leadership, as women are an untapped resource for economic growth. Angeli is a Practitioner in Residence at the University of New Haven, leading MBA and undergraduate courses in brand marketing, consumer behavior, sales negotiation, and business ethics. She was named University of New Haven's Pompea College of Business Excellence in Teaching Award and serves as a Fulbright Specialist.

In the Media

In the Media

News 8 WTNH: Swift Kelce Advertising

Angeli Gianchandani, a practitioner in residence of marketing and the MBA program, discusses a change for advertising at this year's Super Bowl to include fans of Taylor Swift, a demographic not usually associated with the NFL.

In the Media

NBC Connecticut: Black Friday Deals

Angeli Gianchandani, a practitioner in residence of marketing and the MBA program, discusses some of the deals on Black Friday and some shopping tips for stretching your budget.

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Fox61: When should you tip your service worker?

Angeli Gianchandani, a practitioner in residence of marketing and MBA program, comments on the pressure consumers may feel when paying for counter-service food and the question of tipping appears while in front of your server.

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Wallet Hub: Ask the Experts

Angeli Gianchandani, a practitioner in residence for marketing and the Executive MBA program, says there are meaningful ways to celebrate Easter this year without breaking your budget.