Love School of Business welcomes new executive-in-residence

David Goslin, a managing director with Deloitte Consulting LLP, will mentor and advise business students on their career options while guest lecturing in 2023 Spring Semester business courses.

An accomplished business consultant with an extensive professional network in the banking and financial service industries has joined the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business as the school’s executive-in-residence.

David Goslin, a managing director with Deloitte Consulting LLP, will mentor business students as he offers guidance on career options and insights on the consulting market and the business & technology job market. He will also guest lecture in business courses.

Since 1994, Goslin’s distinguished consulting career has included roles in project delivery, client service, market development and practice management, with a special focus on financial service companies in both the United States and Latin America.

He has established a record of successfully delivering results for clients in large-scale projects related to business transformation. Goslin has worked with some of the largest and most widely recognized financial organizations in projects related to business strategy, customer management, operations, and technology.

“We are excited to welcome David to the Love School of Business,” said Haya Ajjan, associate dean for the Love School of Business. “His experience will be an asset to help us shape our student’s knowledge of business consulting and management.”

Prior to entering the consulting profession, Goslin was a vice president at NationsBank (now Bank of America) in Miami where he worked as a manager and executive in several areas.  He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Economics at Centre College in Danville, Kentucky, and an MBA in Finance from Tulane University.

Goslin will be available to meet with business students on campus on most Monday afternoons and Friday mornings during the 2023 Spring Semester. To make an appointment, send a calendar request to