Schloetzer’s research has led to a fruitful collaboration with The Conference Board. This work includes a well-regarded annual research report on trends in CEO succession practices, as well as a handful of articles on current topics in corporate governance and hedge fund activism, some of which have been co-authored with Georgetown students. He frequently presents at events attended by C-suite executives and corporate directors of public and private companies, and is often quoted in media outlets including Bloomberg, Reuters, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal.
At the McDonough School, Schloetzer teaches courses on how to use accounting data to make decisions, with a particular emphasis on how to assess the profitability of products and services, and how to measure and create economic value. He teaches in the MBA, Executive MBA, and Executive Masters in Leadership programs. He has received two MBA teaching awards.
Schloetzer was born and raised in Topeka, Kansas, and earned his undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Kansas, his MBA from The George Washington University, and his Ph.D. from the University of Pittsburgh.