Amy Kyhos

Title/s:  Director, Quinlan School of Business Honors Program; Faculty Director, Career Development; Executive Lecturer, Department of Management

Office #:  Schreiber 716

Phone: 312.915.6682



Amy Kyhos is the director of the Quinlan Honors Program, faculty director of career development, and an executive lecturer at Loyola University Chicago’s Quinlan School of Business, where she teaches organizational behavior, international management, strategic management, and organizational development and change. 

Amy served as visiting professor at Universidad del País Vasco in Bilbao, Spain teaching international management.  During the 2020-2021 academic year, she was awarded a course development grant from Loyola's Hank Center, which led to MGMT 399: Leadership and Management in the Jesuit Tradition. In this course, her students travel to northern Spain for faculty-led study abroad.  Additionally, she conducted Pontificia Universidad Javeriana's (Bogota) International Week at Quinlan.

She is a member of the Ricci Scholars Faculty Advisory Board. Amy teaches in the Executive and Professional Education Center for custom program clients and in the Mini MBA program. For five years, Amy was the faculty lead for Quinlan's annual undergraduate case competition.

Amy began teaching in the Department of Management for the Quinlan School of Business in 2009.  She brings twenty years of experience into the classroom through her previous career working with corporate, agency and association clients, in-house for Allstate Corporation and agency-side for Golin and FleishmanHillard.


  • MBA, Loyola University Chicago
  • BA, University of Missouri

Professional & Community Affiliations

  • Academy of Management
  • Association House of Chicago, Board Director
  • Colleagues in Jesuit Business Education
  • Management & Organizational Behavior Teaching Society

Courses Taught

  • Managing People and Organizations (MGMT 201)
  • Strategic Management (MGMT 304)
  • International Management (MGMT 315)
  • Organizational Development and Change (MGMT 318)
  • Leadership and Management in the Jesuit Tradition (MGMT 399)
  • Executive MBA: International Immersion (MGMT 606E)
  • Quinlan Honors Seminar (BHNR 300)
  • U.S. Culture and Academic Success (BSAD 401)
  • Executive and Professional Education (EPEC) programs