Jessica Salmon is an Assistant Professor of Management at Siena College in Upstate New York. She is the coordinator for the International Business Concentration. She earned her Ph.D. in International Business at Rutgers University. Her research interests include technological and locational complexity, collaboration, responsible business practices, and corruption in international business. In the Siena College MBA program, she teaches International Business Management and Responsible Global Leadership. She also teaches International Management and Management Principles at the undergraduate level. Her research activities have been nominated for awards and has recently been published in International Journal of Emerging Markets and Journal of Research on Christian Education. Two of her co-authored textbook chapters on technological and locational complexity have appeared in Advancing the Frontiers of Alliance Research and in International Business in the Information and Digital Age. Prior to academia she owned several small businesses.