Teachers, performers, artists, scientists, professionals, mentors, and scholars—our faculty make MMC great.

Our professors guide students in the studio, mentor them in research, help them land amazing internships, and prepare them for graduate study and careers. They are as accomplished in their own careers as they are in the classroom, performing, presenting, and publishing their own work regularly.

Faculty Spotlight

  • Fahad Khan

    Fahad Khan, Visiting Assistant Professor of Business, holds a Master of Science in Engineering (M.Sc.), Management and Economics of Innovation from Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden and a Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Finance from Rutgers Business School, Rutgers University. Fahad is a tech executive, a serial entrepreneur and a business school professor.  Professor Khan has been teaching an advanced MBA course on Mobile Media & Marketing at Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, CUNY. Fahad has also taught Digital Media & Marketing and Entrepreneurship in the MBA and undergraduate programs respectively, at Rutgers Business School. Fahad is the founder, co-founder or chairman of multiple high-growth independent and private equity-backed ventures.  





  • Mark T. Conard

    Mark T. Conard received his Ph.D. from Temple University in Philadelphia. His main areas of interest include Ancient Greek Philosophy, German Philosophy, Early Modern Philosophy, and Popular Culture and Philosophy. He is the author of numerous articles in these areas, as well as the editor of many books, including The Philosophy of Film Noir, The Philosophy of Martin Scorsese, The Philosophy of the Coen Brothers, and The Philosophy of Spike Lee. He regularly teaches courses in Introduction to Philosophy, Logic, Modern Philosophy, Phenomenology, Existentialism, and Plato.


  • Richard Garrett

    Richard Garrett, Associate Professor of Economics, earned his Ph.D. in Economics from The New School of Social Research and has done graduate work at the Cornell-Baruch School of Industrial Relations. He teaches management courses and macroeconomics and is currently a consultant to the entertainment industry and to nonprofit international labor solidarity organizations. Before coming to Marymount, he was Associate Director of Research for the Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile employees.