Brad Morehead
Brad Morehead

INNOVATION & ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Adjunct Lecturer of Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Program Lead for the Zell Fellows: Acquisition and Ownership track

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Brad Morehead is CEO of LiveWatch Security, the parent company of SafeMart and Able Security. As one of the fastest growing home security companies in the country, LiveWatch Security is revolutionizing the home security industry with its unique Plug & Protect

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Education
Master of Business Administration, 2005, MORS and Entrepreneurship, Kellogg School of Management , Northwestern University, Highest Distinction
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, 1998, Finance , Indiana University, Highest Distinction

Other Professional Experience
Chief Executive Officer, LiveWatch, 2010-present
Board Member, Amyntas Capital, 2010-present
Chief Financial Officer, Feldco Factory Direct, 2004-2010
Associate, Friedman, Fleischer & Lowe, 2000-2003
Financial Analyst, Goldman, Sachs & Co., 1998-2000

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Full-Time / Evening & Weekend MBA
Field Study (KIEI-498-0)
Field Studies include those opportunities outside of the regular curriculum in which a student is working with an outside company or non-profit organization to address a real-world business challenge for course credit under the oversight of a faculty member.

Launching and Leading Startups (KIEI-967-0)
KIEI 967 | Launching and Leading Startups, a new course that replaces The Entrepreneurial Experience, is a case-driven survey course that examines what it’s like to be in the shoes of an entrepreneurial CEO. Students explore some of the biggest and most challenging topics facing entrepreneurial CEOs, such as how to reduce the risks that are inherent in starting a new business, determine the best go-to-market strategies to gain customer adoption, and execute with precision. The course targets not only entrepreneurs who want to start or buy their own businesses, but also entrepreneurially minded students who, in short order, will be seeking to work within early-stage startups. The course also proves beneficial for “intrapreneurs” who will be innovating inside larger firms. Launching and Leading Startups is offered during winter and spring quarters