Assistant ProfessorBusiness Administration
J.D., University of Massachusetts School of Law
B.L.A. Harvard University Extension Studies, English and Social Sciences
Nancy Aldrich brings an extensive background to her classes at Mount Ida. She has 30 years of business and legal experience serving in many senior management level positions for both profit and non-profit organizations.
Aldrich most recently served as a Human Resource Consultant to several Boston Unions including the Local 26 and 1199 SEIU. Her work included on-going organizational assessment, redesign/change management strategies, and organizational redeployment. She also custom designed and administered many employment based training programs including a sexual harassment legal training module used throughout the organization and has developed a progressive employee discipline program used for various Unions.
Aldrich’s background includes HR employee performance assessments where she developed job grading and job performance metrics systems for employee job improvement as well as the creation of corporate training modules for several prominent hospitality organizations. Her early business career included holding senior management and leadership positions including Director of the HC Institute at JVS, and Director of Marketing and Sales with the Peabody Hotel Group, Regional Director American Skiing Company, and Director of Sales Divi Resorts and Casinos International, where she was responsible for large departments and teams.
Nancy Aldrich began her teaching career part-time in the School of Business at Mount Ida College in 2012 where she has taught many courses including Business Law, Human Resource Management, Principles of Management and many other business related courses as well as advised students on course selection and career options. Nancy has also taught at other Boston area colleges in both undergraduate and MBA/MM graduate level programs, where she has incorporated relevant law and business best practices into the courses based on course objectives.