Director, Case Consortium at Columbia
Kirsten Lundberg is director of the Case Consortium @ Columbia, formerly known as the Columbia School of Journalism Knight Case Studies Initiative. Before coming to Columbia, she was acting director of the Case Program at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. Her case studies have been widely used and published, including in the classified edition of Studies in Intelligence. She has written extensively on intelligence, on the management and political ramifications of terrorism, and on the transition to capitalism of command economies.
Ms. Lundberg is also a trainer in the Case Method and has conducted workshops in the US and abroad, including at the United Nations, the World Bank, in China and in Eastern Europe. Before joining Harvard, Ms. Lundberg worked for United Press International in Moscow, Stockholm, Brussels and London. She contributed radio reports to both UPI and, as a freelancer, to National Public Radio. She has published freelance articles in Time, Newsweek, the New York Times, the Boston Globe and the London Daily Express, among others. She is a contributor to several books, including case study collections.