Kingston, Martyn

Martyn Kingston, Associate Professor, Business and Sustainability Studies

Martyn KingstonEducation

  • B.A. (Hons) in Urban Planning and Politics
  • M.A. from the University of Manchester in England
  • M.A. and Ph.D in sociology from Harvard University
  • Executive MBA from the University of Utah

Sustainability Studies Courses

  • SUS 431 Social Entrepreneurship
  • SUS 430 Sustainable Business

Martyn combines teaching in the business and sustainability studies programs at Colorado Mountain College. His courses and interests include sustainable business, social entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship, management, and marketing. He recently joined the faculty following a twenty year career teaching at the University of Utah, the University of Washington, Williams College, Olympic College and Harvard University. He taught a variety of subjects including sociology, urban and environmental studies and planning, and community development before teaching business and sustainability.

Martyn hails from the tiny Mediterranean Island of Malta and was raised in Malta and England before coming to the U.S. for graduate school. Martyn has traveled the world professionally, for fun and as an international rugby player and coach. He has an extensive business and community development record, which includes service on various planning commissions and civic and educational boards.

His recent consulting work includes projects with Baylor Healthcare, Deloitte Consulting, McKinsey Consulting, Skullcandy, the U.S. Military Sports Council, the U.S. Rugby Football Union, and the Puyallup Tribe of Indians. Martyn enjoys the mountain lifestyle and is a PSIA certified ski instructor. Martyn obtained his B.A. (with honors) in Urban Planning and Politics and M.A. from the University of Manchester in England. He earned an M.A. and Ph.D in sociology from Harvard University and an Executive MBA from the University of Utah.

Contact Information:

Campus: Steamboat Springs

Phone: 970-870-4444

Email: mkingston@coloradomtn.edu

Office: Bristol Hall 111