assistant professor of Fashion Business Management
Jennifer Lee was the project lead for the Loop for Good. Lee has 10-plus years of pop-up shop experience in academia and the fashion industry. She has project and research expertise in sustainability and fashion technology, having published six research papers and presented at four conferences on the sustainability of fashion technologies.
assistant professor and assistant chairperson of Fashion Business Management
Brown’s research interests lie in the area of learning and emerging technologies ranging from social and ethical issues in the digital era to working in virtual worlds.
associate professor of Fashion Business Management
Quan brings over twenty years of fashion business and related industry experience to FIT. He is a globally recognized expert on the business of fashion with a keen understanding of both digital and physical retail, including retail planning and allocation, merchandise planning, sustainability initiatives, corporate reorganization, process reengineering, and inventory management. Quan is fluent on the full line, off-price, and multi-channel retail business models and has shared his expertise with students, industry executives, and the media. He has authored or co-authored several publications on topics ranging from luxury fashion management, vendor-managed supply chain partnerships, design outsourcing in the fashion supply chain, and online versus off-line retail strategies.