Liana L. Frey '92, TU'98

Senior Fellow

Liana is a Fellow with the Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society, focused on the intersection of innovation, energy and climate solutions.  Partnering with the Magnuson Center, she is working to launch an accelerator for start-ups addressing climate change and the energy transition.   Her role is to help build an ecosystem around climate innovation by partnering internally across Dartmouth and externally with leading entrepreneurs, corporations, thinkers, capital providers, and alumni.  Liana has worked with many sustainable start-ups through her work with Greentown Labs, Techstars, and other accelerators.  She teaches "Sustainable Marketing" at the Tuck School of Business and University of Texas McCombs School of Business.  Earlier in her career, Liana was a technology executive.  She was one of the founders of and helped build Dell's ecommerce channel into a multi-billion-dollar business.  She became the general manager of Dell's ecommerce channel and was responsible for digital innovation globally. Post- Dell, she was on the leadership team of several technology start-ups, focused on creating new markets or taking advantage of market shifts. Liana is a Dartmouth and Tuck alumna.   


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