Dr. Anke Stugk, an expert in financial management and general business, recently became part of the Sustainable Projects Group Inc. (SPGX) team and was named the leader of the firm’s financial research team. SPGX, a multinational business development company positioned at the perfect intersection of growth and sustainability, is building up operations in the US and expanding their talented team.
Prior to joining the SPGX team, Dr. Stugk gained experience in teaching business and finance at Hodges University. During her time at Hodges University, she advanced to the role of Program Chair of Business Administration and gained experience in leadership. Her additional role was performing economic community research for public and private entities in the Collier County and Lee County areas.
CEO Stefan Muehlbauer stated, “As a growing team focused on value-added investments, it is of key importance to select winning projects. Efficient and accurate due diligence is paramount to picking ventures which will succeed. Anke, with her background in financial research and economic forecasting, is the ideal person to expand and lead the SPGX financial research team to assure that our investment process is focused on high levels of returns while balancing our portfolio’s risk profile.”
Dr. Stugk gained experience working in hospitality, condominium management, and construction management prior to entering academia. She recently earned her Ph.D. Business Administration with specialization in Financial Management from Northcentral University, and has an MBA in Finance, BA in Business Administration and Economics all from Hodges University.
“I am thrilled to have joined SP Group and am excited to expand the company’s research team going forward,” Dr. Stugk remarked. “In-depth due diligence and investment research form the basis of sound venture and project development decisions. I am looking forward to being an integral part of the investment decision making process.”
Dr. Stugk is a member of Golden Key International Honour Society, Delta Mu Delta, and Sigma Beta Delta. In 2011, she received the Research Collaborator of the Year award from The Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family, ballroom dancing, yoga, fitness, and playing backgammon.