Dawn Fotopulos

Professor of Business

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Professor Dawn Fotopulos serves as Professor of Management of the Program in Business and Finance at The King’s College. Prior to joining the King’s faculty, she held executive positions in the financial services, ready-to-wear, real estate development, and consumer product industries. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree with honors from Cornell University and her MBA with distinction from New York University’s Stern School of Business.

In addition to her teaching at King’s, Professor Fotopulos is the award-winning author of the book Accounting for the Numberphobic; A Survival Guide for Small Business Owners (Harper Collins) which is available in English, Chinese and Spanish editions. She is a regular contributor to many online publications including FedEx.com, Forbes.com, Cox SBL, Entrepreneur.com, Insightful Accountant, and MSNBC.com. She is a mainstage speaker at Intuit’s Connect Conference in Silicon Valley and Woodard’s Scaling New Heights globally. Professor Fotopulos is the CEO of www.hiddenprofitacademy.com whose mission is to double small business survival rates by harnessing the genius of accounting professionals. Dawn and her family reside in New York City.

Time at King's: August 2004 to July 2023


B.S. Business
Cornell University

MBA Management
Stern School of Business

B.A. Agricultural Economics
Cornell University