Samina Karim is Professor at Northeastern University’s D'Amore-McKim School of Business. Her research focuses on corporate restructuring and organization design, acquisitions and alliances, and innovation through reconfiguration and redeployment of resources and activities. Samina’s research has been published in a wide array of top journals including the Academy of Management Journal, Management Science, Organization Science and Strategic Management Journal. She serves on the editorial review boards of Strategic Management Journal (where she was Associate Editor 2014-2020), Strategic Organization, Strategy Science, and Journal of Organization Design (where she was Senior Editor 2013-2017), and currently as a Deputy Editor for Organization Science. In 2020 she was the Division Chair of the Strategic Management (STR) division of the Academy of Management, and served in 2016 as the Chair for the Competitive Strategy Interest Group at SMS. She earned degrees from the University of Michigan (at Ann Arbor)(PhD Strategy; MA Applied Economics), Harvard University (MA Education), and Cornell University (BS Electrical Engineering), and worked for Hewlett-Packard Co.