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Steven Craig Huff

Visiting Professor (Associate)
Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley
Associate Professor of Marketing
Utah Valley University

Steven Huff teaches marketing in the Executive MBA program at the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley. He is also an Associate Professor of Marketing at Utah Valley University where he is co-creator of two novel programs: the first full digital marketing degree offered by a public university in the United States and a new MBA program that weaves the development of thinking, leadership, and interpersonal skills through every course in the curriculum.

Steven is an expert in and regularly teaches graduate courses on marketing strategy, digital marketing, and creativity and problem solving. He has taught marketing for over fourteen years across four universities comprising over fifty courses and reaching over 2,000 students. He holds one teaching award from UC Berkeley and two university-wide teaching awards from Utah Valley.

In addition to his university teaching, he also actively engages in consulting and corporate education. His work has benefited a variety of companies from start-ups to small and medium-sized firms to multi-billion dollar businesses including 3M, Adobe, Intel, and Cisco. His current and former clients span multiple industries including medicine and healthcare, business intelligence, tax and audit, skin care, baby products, industrial equipment, servers and network equipment, mining, software, consumer services, and beverages.

Before entering the Ph.D. program at Berkeley, he worked as a computer engineer at L-3 Communications Systems-West, a major contractor for the U.S. Department of Defense, and on the marketing team in the Network Equipment Division at Intel.

Steven holds a Ph.D. in marketing from UC Berkeley, an M.B.A. from Brigham Young University, and a B.S. in Computer Engineering from Utah State University.

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