Portrait of Seydina Fall

Seydina Fall, MBA

Senior Lecturer
Academic AreaReal Estate
Academic AreaFinance

Seydina M. Fall is a senior lecturer in finance at Johns Hopkins Carey School of Business. His professional background includes leadership in real estate and valuation consulting. Mr. Fall’s work often focuses on the future of cities, including the delivery of public infrastructure projects in both developed and emerging markets. His teaching explores issues of project financing (including public-private partnerships), economic development, investing in resilience to address climate-related challenges, and the use of technology to improve new infrastructure and to make old infrastructure more efficient. His most recent publication is “Mboolo – Centre for Fair Trade and Exchange” for the United Nations World Tourism Organization’s Hospitality Challenge (August 2020). He graduated summa cum laude from New York University and holds a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from the Yale School of Management.  He is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).


  • MBA, Yale University
  • BS, New York University



  • Corporate Finance
  • Advanced Valuation and Investment Analysis


  • Real Estate Market Analysis
  • Real Estate Finance
  • Introduction to Finance
  • Business Analytics
  • Doing Business in Africa

Impact and engagement

Business and Community

FNA collaborated with developer Seydina Fall on a campus for the Lac Rose region in Senegal. We entered the United Nations World Travel Organization's competition to relook at tourism during COVID-19 which "...is a unique opportunity to restart tourism in a more balanced, innovative, and sustainable way."