David Nash

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David Nash

  • Fox School of Business and Management

    • Management

      • Associate Professor of Practice


David C. Nash is Assistant Professor and Lead Faculty for Fox Management Consulting in the Fox School of Business at Temple University.

Mr. Nash is a principal and owner of D C Nash & Associates LLC., a business consulting and advisory practice, and is a principal and co-owner of Windridge Design, Inc., a successful branded women’s apparel manufacturing company.

Prior to that, Mr. Nash was Vice President of Strategy & Supply Chain and Vice President of Finance and Supply Chain for the Campbell Soup Away From Home businesses. In these positions he was responsible for the business strategy, finance, supply chain manufacturing and logistics operations and IT for this business unit which included the Campbell North American Foodservice, Pepperidge Farm Foodservice and Stockpot businesses.

Before joining Campbell’s, Mr. Nash held general management and functional leadership roles in finance, marketing, and business development in both the consumer packaged goods and global business to business sectors of the Scott Paper Company.

He holds a Master of Science degree in Operations Research from the Wharton School University of Pennsylvania, an MBA from the Johnson Graduate School of Management Cornell University and Bachelor of Science degree in Operations Research and Industrial Engineering from Cornell University College of Engineering.

Courses Taught




BA 5287

Fox Management Consulting Practicum


BA 5487

Capstone Project


Selected Publications


  • Hill, T., Paris, D., Nash, D., & Blau, G. (2020). Live-Problem Project v. Client-Based Project: Which Is Most Effective for Perceived Learning of MBA-Level Marketing Concepts.? Journal of Education and Development, 4(3), 46. doi: 10.20849/jed.v4i3.806.

  • Blau, G., Williams, W., Jarrell, S., & Nash, D. (2019). Exploring common correlates of business undergraduate satisfaction with their degree program versus expected employment. Journal of Education for Business, 94(1), 31-39. doi: 10.1080/08832323.2018.1502144.

  • Nash, D., Hill, T., & Anthony, M. (2018). Research Note: Experiential Learning For MBAs: Are We Closing The Business Competency Gap? Journal of Business, Economics and Technology, 21(1). Retrieved from http://nabet.us/j_archives/JBET18sp.pdf.