Vince Carter


Dr. E. Vince Carter is a Professor at the Anaheim University Akio Morita School of Business and Kisho Kurokawa Green Institute. Vince’s teaching approach develops learning blueprints to align structured Green Marketing skills with creative knowledge discovery. This dialectical dynamic embraces the spirit of Kisho Kurokawa’s design philosophy of symbiosis for The Age of Life. Dr. Carter is a nationally recognized marketing educator, as well as an experienced researcher, consultant, and community volunteer. After graduating with Dean’s List Honors from the Columbia Business School MBA program in International Business, Vince received his Ph.D. in Business Administration from the George Washington University School of Business, with Marketing as a primary field and Cybernetics & Systems Theory as a supporting field. With more than 40 years of combined professional and academic marketing expertise, Dr. Carter is a versatile and visionary professor whose intellectual approach furthers a quadrangular focus on marketing strategy, digital technology, ethnic culture, and ecological sustainability. His research in marketing strategy, consumer ethnicity/culture, sustainability marketing, and digital/social-media marketing has appeared in several peer-reviewed academic journals and conference proceedings. He was a member of the Editorial Review Board for the Marketing Management Journal (MMJ) and a past marketing strategy and social marketing reviewer for the Marketing Intelligence & Planning journal. In addition, Dr. Carter is a member of the American Marketing Association (AMA), Marketing Educators’ Association (MEA), and Marketing Management Association (MMA). As part of his ongoing research efforts, Vince engages the Southern California Consumer Culture Community (SC4), Multicultural Marketing Resources (MMR), Network for Business Sustainability (NBSnet), GreenBiz, and The PhD Project.