Mike Roberts

Michael J. Roberts is a Senior Lecturer at Harvard Business School, where he teaches in the Entrepreneurial Management Unit and also serves as the Executive Director of the Arthur Rock Center for Entrepreneurship. Mike teaches the second-year elective course, "Evaluating the Entrepreneurial Opportunity." He has taught several other elective and required courses in the field of entrepreneurship, and served as the Executive Director of the school's case development efforts. Mike has worked in a variety of private sector industries. Prior to and during business school, he worked for McKinsey & Co. and Morgan Stanley, respectively. From 1989 to 1991, he served as Director of International Business Development for Cellular Communications, Inc., where he led a successful effort to acquire the second cellular license in Italy. He has also served as Chief Financial Officer of a start-up chain of quick-service Italian restaurants, and as Vice President of Business Development for a company in the health care services field.