Mr. Hoag has over 35 years of management consulting experience, 30 years as an officer working with senior managements on a wide range of issues. He has worked closely with CEO’s and senior executives in a variety of industries, some over extended periods of eight to 10 years. These relationships have involved assignments dealing with top line issues of strategy, assessment of business opportunities, sales and marketing approaches, as well as a wide range of operational issues dealing with supply chain, asset conversion and restructuring of assets and e-services. All have a focus on improving shareholder value.
After completing graduate school, Mr. Hoag was a founding partner of a marketing and business strategy consulting firm. He joined A.T. Kearney in 1990 to lead the Dallas office on a major growth initiative where he focused on starting and developing a practice in the oil and gas industry. Mr. Hoag has worked with several of the world’s largest energy firms, both domestically and internationally, including Royal Dutch Shell, Conoco Phillips and others.
Mr. Hoag has also been active in a variety of industry, civic, cultural and educational endeavors. He has been both local and international president of the Association for Corporate Growth and a member of the International Board of Directors for three years. He served on the Corporate Advisory Board and the Board of Governors for the Dallas Symphony for more than 20 years. In addition, Mr. Hoag is a member of the Advisory Council for The School of Management and served as chair from 1999 through 2002. He also served on the President’s Development Board for over 10 years.
Mr. Hoag came to UT Dallas to start The Leadership Center in 2003. He became Associate Dean of the Jindal School of Management and Dean for Executive Education in 2008, responsible for all of the Executive Degree programs at UT Dallas, as well as Corporate Education. In 2018 he returned full time to lead the Leadership Center, to include Corporate Education.
Mr. Hoag holds a B.F.A. degree in architecture from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, and MBA degree from Stanford University.