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Raphael Carty

Raphael Carty

Joined Stern 2018

Leonard N. Stern School of Business
Kaufman Management Center
44 West Fourth Street,
New York, NY 10012



Raphael Carty joined NYU Stern in 2018 as an Adjunct Associate Professor of Management and Organizations. Raphael has spent his career largely in the tech space as a senior leader commercializing innovative technology in companies ranging from startups to the Fortune 500. Raphael started in product management at HP in Silicon Valley and has served as global VP Marketing of SaaS disruptor DealerTrack (NASDAQ:TRAK), CMO/VP Product of cybersecurity pioneer CertCo, Director of Marketing for Networking of 3D graphics innovator Silicon Graphics, and Co-Founder/CEO of smart buildings startup Callida Energy. Raphael built an online consumer business at Chase Credit Cards and led the digital transformation of cardholders from offline service channels to online self-service.

Raphael’s areas of interest include strategy, innovation, disruptive technology, marketing, branding, GTM strategy, entrepreneurship, and social impact. Currently, Raphael teaches Disruption, Entrepreneurship and Social Impact (an elective he created) in the Stern MBA program. Previously, he co-taught Tech Solutions:Leading Innovation to the first cohort of the Andre Koo Tech MBA program.

Earlier in his career, Raphael taught First Year Marketing (the core marketing course) at Harvard Business School and conducted field research on the role of industry standards in product strategy.

Raphael holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a bachelor's degree in Engineering and Applied Sciences/Computer Science from Harvard College.

Research Interests

  • strategy
  • innovation
  • disruptive technology
  • marketing
  • branding
  • GTM strategy
  • entrepreneurship
  • social impact

Academic Background

Harvard Business School

BA, Engineering and Applied Sciences/Computer Science
Harvard University