Professor Todd Fitch is a Lecturer (Continuing Status) at the Haas School of Business at the University of University of California-Berkeley and a Lecturer at both Berkeley Law and Berkeley Economics. Professor Fitch served as the Faculty Director of the Haas Center for Teaching Excellence from 2013-2016 and has also taught courses at the University of San Francisco, California Maritime Academy, and Sichuan University in Chengdu, China.
Professor Fitch has over thirty years of industry experience as an engineer, executive, and entrepreneur, with a focus on development, systems, and operations engineering. He worked as a software engineer developing telecommunications systems at IBM and rose to the level of Principle Engineer at Centigram/Mitel. He worked as a Senior Engineering Manager at Omnicell, managing multiple teams responsible for automation systems and data warehouse products and performing due-diligence for possible acquisitions, and as a Group Engineering Manager at Intuit, where he led quality engineering teams in the personal finance and small business divisions. He held C-level positions at two Silicon Valley startups that were focused on big data and predictive analytics.
Professor Fitch is also the inventor or co-inventor on thirty-one patents, many of them in the area of finance.In addition to teaching Business courses at Campus, Professor Fitch also serves as the Program Director. In that role, he is responsible for the development of the ASBA curriculum and for the development of the other faculty in the Campus Scholar at Northwestern College program.
Outside of the classroom, Professor Fitch is not only an avid traveler who splits his time between Northern California and the U.S. Virgin Islands, but also a Karate Instructor and Referee, a USPA-rated Skydiving Coach, and an accomplished runner (he completed his first marathon just ahead of Campus’s first quarter in January 2022).