Roy R. Stever

Adjunct Faculty, Marketing

BS, Cornell University; MS, University of New Hampshire; MBA, McGill University

Roy Stever is a former global marketing executive and member of senior management teams, retired in 2009 from a 26-year career with global aluminum corporations, Alcan and Novelis. He is a proven leader of organization change and innovation, with success in translating strategic goals into best practices for marketing, commercial and innovation managers.


He has earned acclaim from industry groups including the Corporate Executive Board, and been an invited speaker at Yale University School of Management and Case Western Reserve University.   His areas of expertise include marketing strategy and management, change management, major account management, best practices management, high-functioning teams and sustainability.

Roy currently serves on local and regional initiatives to protect land, encourage wise use of energy resources and stimulate the local farm economy.  He serves on the Town of Easton Conservation Commission and Easton Energy Committee, and is an active volunteer for the Ammonoosuc Conservation Trust.

He and his family recently renovated a 200 year old farmhouse, heating with firewood from the property, and solar energy.  He enjoys hiking, snowshoeing, skiing, fly fishing and growing fruit and vegetables.

Roy was educated at Cornell University (BS 1976), University of New Hampshire (MS 1981) and McGill University (MBA 1983).  He attended Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management – Executive Development Program (1999).


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