Pauline Brown is the author of a new business book on “Aesthetic Intelligence,” based on a graduate school course that she taught at Harvard Business School from 2016 through 2017. She currently is an Executive-in-Resident at Columbia Business School. In addition to lecturing and writing, Pauline also hosts a weekly talk show on SiriusXM, called “Tastemakers,” on which she interviews creative leaders, innovators and influencers, and she writes a monthly column for Worth Magazine. Prior to 2016, Pauline was the Chairman of North America at the world’s leading luxury goods company, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, where she provided regional leadership for 70 brands in five sectors, including fashion & leather goods, watches & jewelry, perfumes & cosmetics, wines & spirits, and selective retailing. Before joining LVMH, she was a Managing Director at the global private equity firm, The Carlyle Group and earlier in her career, Pauline held senior executive positions at leading cosmetics companies, including Avon Products and The Estee Lauder Companies. Pauline began her career as a Strategy Consultant at Bain & Company. Pauline received a B.A. from Dartmouth College and M.B.A. from the Wharton School, and she is a member of Wharton’s Executive Alumni Board.