We challenge conventional thinking and inspire new ways of leading.
As the fastest progressing, globally ranked executive education provider in the Financial Times rankings, we’re passionate about disrupting traditional executive education. By exploring the latest science in leadership development, modern business management theory and contemporary learning design, we help organizations discover new ways to lead, manage and innovate.
Our passion for transformation informs everything we do.
What sets Eller Executive Education programs apart? We design programs with high contextualization, modern experiential learning methodologies and dynamic facilitation that maximize the knowledge of participants. Our faculty nurture self-awareness and inspire leaders to apply what they learn to the real-world challenges they face each day.
Our goal is to unlock the maximum potential in every participant through a variety of modern learning methods, such as in-market hackathons that create highly contextualized development experiences.
Our Innovative Faculty
Eller Executive Education offers programs delivered by faculty who represent global, inclusive and innovative experiences and perspectives.
Meet Allison Gabriel, associate professor of management and organizations, a national leader on employee well-being, gender, relationships at work and motivation.
Eller Executive Education is your partner for transformation.
As business and political landscapes rapidly change, we must all adapt or be outpaced. You need perspective to come up with innovative solutions. That’s where Eller Executive Education comes into play.
Our faculty are experts in the practice and science of leadership development, and they possess an in-depth understanding of organizational problems. We don’t just address the surface challenges—we go deep into their causes and conditions. Our methodologies are targeted at helping you define your digital strategies, develop greater agility and innovation and explore how human behavior impacts organizations.
With our expertise in digital transformation, organizational resilience and cultivating a future-forward mindset, your organization will learn to lead in the face of profound change—and discover all-new ways to thrive.
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Are you ready to change the way you think about the future and tackle organizational and technological challenges?
Contact Eller Executive Education today for additional information about our existing and customized programs.
Herminia “Minnie” Frias was born and raised in Tucson, Arizona. Minnie was the first of her family to graduate college with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biochemistry in 1999 and Master of Public Health in 2010, both from the University of Arizona. Minnie loves learning. After graduating, she was proud work with her nation, the Pascua Yaqui Tribe, as a social worker. From 2002 to 2003, she was one of only three Native Americans selected to participate in the Kaiser Family Foundation Health Policy Fellowship Program. She then spent a year working with Congressman Tom Udall (today Senator Udall) as a congressional fellow, experiencing firsthand the federal policy making process in Washington, D.C. Her experience in D.C. inspired her to return home and dedicate her life to public service through political advocacy.
Her love of learning has allowed her to successfully adapt to change. Minnie was honored to serve as chairwoman for the Pascua Yaqui Tribe from 2004-2007. Her later work as an administrator for the University of Arizona and executive director for Native Images enable her to become seasoned in executive management, project management, fundraising and nonprofit administration. In 2010, she joined the Native Nations Institute (NNI) Leadership, Management and Policy team.
Minnie’s career has been dedicated to serving Indian country. In 2016, she was elected to Tribal Council once again. Minnie currently chairs the Health Oversight Committee and is a member of the Oversight Committee for Education, Social Services, Public Safety, Housing and Economic Development and president of the Pascua Yaqui
Development Corporation Board. As a lifelong learner and mentor, she believes there are no mistakes, only lessons learned and opportunities for reflection and growth.