- School of Library and Information Science
Cynthia Cheng Correia has taught computer and information science topics at Simmons University since 1997. Since 2003, she has taught Competitive Intelligence and Knowledge Management at the (Graduate) School of Library and Information Science. Outside Simmons, Cynthia is Managing Director of Knowledge inForm, where she helps professionals and organizations across industries achieve effective competitive and strategic intelligence outcomes through better understanding and implementation of research, analysis, and intelligence tools and processes. She also created, designed, and taught SLA’s Competitive Intelligence Certificates Program.
Cynthia is a speaker and author, having appeared in publications that include Super Searchers on Competitive Intelligence (Information Today), The New York Times, the Carnegie Council’s audio/online series on Competitive Ethics, and Information Outlook (SLA). She authored the “In the Know” column for Competitive Intelligence Magazine for many years and was founding Editor of Intelligence Insights. A recipient of Strategic and Competitive Intelligence Professional’s (SCIP) 2011 Catalyst Award and 2012 WISE Faculty of the Year Award, Cynthia has also served as the Massachusetts Chapter Chair of SCIP. She holds a Master of Science Degree in Library and Information Science from Simmons University, and a Certificate in Competitive Intelligence from the Fuld-Gilad-Herring Academy of Competitive Intelligence (ACI).