Susan Scherreik, M.B.A.

Instructor
Department of Management

Director of the Stillman School of Business Center for Entrepreneurial Studies. She created the Seton Hall University Entrepreneur Hall of Fame, the Pirates Pitch Startup Contest, which awards $20,000 to Seton Hall entrepreneur students annually, and the annual Pirates Pitch for High School Students Contest, which offers top high school entrepreneurs $50,000 in scholarships and prizes. She also launched an entrepreneurs boot camp for undergraduate students in 2019. Scherreik was named a Top 25 Leading Woman Entrepreneur/Intrapreneur of New Jersey in 2016. She was a judge in the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Competition/New Jersey for seven years. Additionally, Scherreik is the lead organizer of UPitchNJ, an innovative statewide collegiate business competition that involves 14 New Jersey universities and is sponsored by Nokia Bell Labs. Scherreik is co-instructor of BMGT 7540 Entrepreneurship, a graduate level introduction entrepreneurship course. She has be a speaker at national education conferences and is quoted frequently in the press.

Scherreik was formerly an editor at Business Week magazine. She holds an M.B.A. in finance from Columbia University, where she was a Knight-Bagehot Fellow.