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I am dedicated to the overall well-being of the student. Not just in the classroom and my courses, but I am very much interested in how a student is doing overall in their life, for example internships and on their road beyond Siena.

Degree Program University
Ph.D. Organizational Studies University at Albany, SUNY
M.B.A. Finance College of Saint Rose
B.A. Accounting University of the West Indies

My Siena Experience

My Teaching Philosophy

I see myself as a teacher-scholar. I like to interject my research on women entrepreneurs across racial lines into what I am teaching. My research covers, management issues, gender issues, ethnic issues, global issues, as well as economic and sociological issues and I am able to bring all of that into the classroom and relate them to various areas in my teaching. I also see myself as a facilitator of students' thoughts and work hard at getting the students to engage in a very interactive and application based classroom.

The direct link to my latest book, Women Entrepreneurs In The Global Marketplace, can be accessed here: http://www.e-elgar.com/bookentry_mainUS.lasso?id=13320

What I Love About Siena

One of the things I like most about Siena is the ability to interact and mentor the students outside the classroom. I love teaching and doing research (especially with students) but I am grateful for the opportunities to interact one-on-one with the students.

My Favorite Courses to Teach

I love teaching all the courses. One of my favorites is the Introduction to Managament course we teach in our department (MGMT 211). I often have first years students, who are new to the campus and really entering their first years of learning on the campus. I also like this course because of its ability to allow you flexibility in how the topics are covered. For example, you could spend three weeks on International Management or Teamwork. It allows for in-depth creative analyses of certain topics.

My Professional Experience

Year Title University
2011 - Now Professor of Management Siena College
2010 - 2011 Professor of Marketing and Management and Sociology Siena College
2007 - 2009 Hickey Chair (Endowed Faculty Position) Siena College
2005 - 2010 Associate Professor of Marketing and Management Siena College
2000 - 2005 Assistant Professor of Marketing and Management Siena College
1999 - 2000 Visiting Assistant Professor of Marketing and Management Siena College
1995 - 1999 Graduate Assistant University at Albany, SUNY
1991 - 1991 Financial Analyst Exxon Corporation
1991 - 1993 Marketing Analyst Exxon Corporation

Current Research

Research area focuses on women entrepreneurs across racial lines. Has published several articles in a number of journals. Her first book, 'Diversity and Entrepreneurship: Analyzing Successful Women Entrepreneurs' was published in 2003. Her second book, 'Women Entrepreneurs Across Racial Lines: Issues of Human Capital, Financial Capital and Network Structures' is slated for publication in the Fall of 2004.

Articles & Book Reviews

  • Women Entrepreneurship and Growth of SMEs in Bukavu Town-Democratic Republic of Congo
    International Journal of Management and Applied Science, vol. 4
    December, 2018
  • Gender Job Satisfaction Levels and Gender Role Perceptions: A Look at Pre and Post 2008 Recession Data
    Journal of International Management Studies, vol. 18
    April, 2018
  • Financially At Risk: College Students' Credit Card Usage: A Look at Risks, Opportunities and Failings
    Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice, vol. 17
    October, 2017
  • An In-Depth Look at Women Entrepreneurs in a Caribbean Country: Cayman Islands
    EPRA International Journal of Economic Growth and Environmental Issues, vol. 4
    June, 2016
  • Introduction to the World of International Women Entrepreneurs
    International Journal of Managerial Studies and Research, vol. 4
    April, 2016
  • A Study of Cayman Islands' Women Entrepreneurs
    The IRES International Conference
    January, 2016
  • Aboriginal and Indigenous Women Entrepreneurs: The Case of Australia
    Journal of Psychology and Social Sciences, vol. IX
    August, 2015
  • Women Entrepreneurs in the Caribbean and Latin America Statistical Data, Issues and Recommendations
    Business Research Consortium of Western New York
    April, 2014
  • Gender, Entrepreneurship and economic development in the Caribbean
    International Conference of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences
    2014
  • The Ethical Implications Women Entrepreneurs and Their Place in Globalization
    Nineteenth Annual International Conference Promoting Business Ethics
    2012
  • The Impact of Women Entrepreneurs on Globalization
    American Business Research Conference
    2012
  • An Analysis of College Students'Credit Card Usage
    Review of Higher Education and Self-Learning, vol. 4
    October, 2011
  • A Statistical Analysis of Aboriginal Women Entrepreneurs
    Yulkuum Jerrung Indigenous Economic Development Conference
    2011
  • Cell Phone Usage and College Students' Academic Performance
    Hawaii Global Conference on Business and Finance
    2011
  • The Importance of and Three key resources for Minority Women entrepreneurs in the United State
    Eastern Sociological Association
    2011
  • The Social Planning of Curitiba, Brazil
    New York State Sociology Conference
    2011
  • Women Entrepreneurs in Australia: Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Women
    Academy of Management Annual Meeting
    2011
  • A Theoretical and Statistical Look at the Self-Employment Sector
    Intellect Based International Consortium, vol. 13
    December, 2010
  • Afro-Brazilian Women Entrepreneurs: Characteristics, Critical Issues and Current Comments
    Global Conference on Business and Finance
    2010
  • Afro-Brazilian Women Entrepreneurs: Characteristics, Critical Issues and Current Comments
    Research in Business and Economics Journal
    2010
  • Women Entrepreneurship in the United States: The Latest Look at the Statistical Figures
    Intellect Based International Consortium
    2010
  • The Role of Perception in Predicting Women Entrepreneurial Start-Ups' Behaviors and Success
    Journal of International Business & Economics
    October, 2009
  • A Case of Comparative Entrepreneurship: Minority Men and Women Entrepreneurs in Non-Traditional Fields
    Journal of Applied Business and Economics
    2009
  • A Global Perspective on Women Entrepreneurship: How Globalization Affects Women Entrepreneurs
    First Public Scholars in Africana Studies
    2009
  • A Global Perspective on Women Entrepreneurship
    Global and Entrepreneurship Conference Proceedings
    2009
  • Access To Social Capital
    Western New England College:Interdisciplinary Conference
    2009
  • Applying Traditional Theories to the Study of Australian Aboriginal Women Entrepreneurs
    International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference
    2009
  • Applying a New Theory to Women Entrepreneurs in Non-Traditional Fields: Oligopolistic Discriminatio
    International Journal of Business Research
    2009
  • Evidence on the Characteristics of Women Entrepreneurs in Brazil: An Empirical Analysis
    International Journal of Management and Marketing Research, vol. 3
    2009
  • Minority Women Entrepreneurs and The Impediments They Face in the Engineering, Mining and Construction Fields
    Institute for Business and FInance Research
    2009
  • Minority Women Entrepreneurs and the Impediments They Face in Engineering, Mining and Construction Fields
    Journal of Applied Business and Economics, vol. 10
    2009
  • Students' Selection, Participation and Performance in Undergraduate Math Courses: Direct and Indirect Influences
    International Journal of Educational Research, vol. 4
    2009
  • Women Entrepreneurs and The Protected Market Hypothesis, Ethnic Niches, Cultural and Disadvantage Theories
    International Business and Economics Research Conference
    2009
  • Women Entrepreneurs and the Implications of Four Applicable Theories: Protected Market Hypothesis, Ethnic Niches, Cultural and Disadvantage Theories
    International Business and Economics Research Conference
    2009
  • Women Entrepreneurs in Zimbabwe: A Case Study
    Journal Of Global Business
    2009
  • Zimbabwe Women Business Owners: Survival Strategies and Implications for Growth
    Journal of Applied Business and Economics, vol. 11
    2009
  • Characteristics of Underrepresented Self-Employed Groups
    Journal of Business and Economics Research, vol. 6
    July, 2008
  • Toward a Multidimensional Model of Social Entrepreneurship: Definitions, Clarifications, and Theoretical Perspectives
    Journal of Business and Economics Research, vol. 6
    June, 2008
  • Oligopolistic Discrimination and Women Entrepreneurs in Engineering, Mining and Construction
    Intellect Based International Consortium, vol. 2
    May, 2008
  • Women Entrepreneurs in Engineering, Mining and Construction
    American Institute of Higher Education Conference
    April, 2008
  • A Case of Comparative Entrepreneurship: Minority Men and Women Entrepreneurs in Non-Traditional Fields
    International Business and Economics Research Conference
    2008
  • Applying a New Theory to Women Entrepreneurs in Non-Traditional Fields
    United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship
    2008
  • Characteristics of Self-Employed Groups
    International Business and Economics Research Conference
    2008
  • New Leadership Theories and Their Applications to Today's Business Environment
    Global Conference on Business and Finance
    2008
  • Students' Selection, Participation and Performance in Undergraduate Math Courses: Direct and Indirect Influences
    International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference
    2008
  • Towards a Multidimensional Model of Social Entrepreneurship: Definitions, Clarifications and Theoretical Perspectives
    International Business and Economics Research Conference
    2008
  • Women Entrepreneurs in Zimbabwe: A Case Study
    United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship
    2008
  • An Initial Look at the Characteristics of Hispanic Women Business Owners and Their Business
    American Society For Competitiveness
    2007
  • A Comparative Assessment of Male and Female Business Owners in Engineering, Mining and Construction
    Global Conference on Business and Finance
    May, 2006
  • A Comparative Assessment of Male and Female Business Owners Engineering, Mining and Construction
    Global Conference on Business and Finance
    2006
  • A Look at Women Entrepreneurs on a Global Level
    Academy of Business Education Annual Meeting
    2006
  • A Theoretical Look at the Factors Impacting Financial Success of Women Business Owners: Namely Human Capital and Network Structure Dimensions
    Financial Education Association Conference
    2006
  • An Initial Look at the Characteristics of Hispanic Women Business Owners and Their Businesses
    Business Renaissance Quarterly, vol. 1
    2006
  • Gender Inequality in the Labor Market
    Review of Business Research, vol. VI
    2006
  • Hispanic Women Entrepreneurs: Human Capital, Financial Capital and Network Structure Relationships
    Journal of Business and Economics Research
    2006
  • Hispanic Women Entrepreneurs: Human Capital, Financial capital, and Network Structure Relationships
    Applied Business Research and College Teaching & Learningg Conference
    2006
  • Minority Women Entrepreneurs in Engineering, Mining and Construction
    International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference
    2006
  • Women Entrepreneurs in Non-Traditional Fields
    American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences
    2006
  • The Impact of Geographic Location, Industry Type, Number of Employees, and Years in Business on the Economic Success of Minority Woman Entrepreneurs
    Journal of Business and Economics Research, vol. 3
    April, 2005
  • A Statistical Look at Women Entrepreneurs in the Global Marketplace
    The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture, and Change Management, vol. 5
    2005
  • Hispanic Women Entrepreneurs: Human Capital, Financial Capital and Network Structures
    International Business and Economics Research Conference
    2005
  • Analyzing Determinants of Economic Success for Women Business Owners
    International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference
    2004
  • Analyzing the Economic Success of Women Business Owners: An Analysis Across Racial Lines
    Society for the Advancement of Management International Business Conference
    2004
  • Applying Theories of Entrepreneurship to a Comparative Analysis of White Minority Women Business Owners
    Women in Management Review, vol. 19
    2004
  • Creating Jobs? Employment in Women-Owned Minority Businesses
    Journal Of Business & Entrepreneurship, vol. 16
    2004
  • Determinants of Economic Success for Women Entrepreneurs: An Analysis Across Racial Lines
    Journal of Academy of Business and Economics, vol. 3
    2004
  • Determinants of Economic Success for Women Entrepreneurs: An Analysis Across Racial Lines
    Society for the Advancement of Management International Business Conference
    2004
  • Hershey Corporation: Thinking Beyond the Wrapper
    The CASE Journal, vol. 1
    2004
  • Minority Enterprise and 'The Supportive Community Hypothesis': The Case of Businesses Owned by Asian and Hispanic Women
    International Business and Public Administration Conference
    2004
  • Minority Enterprise and 'the Supportive Community Hypothesis': The Case of Businesses Owned by Asian and Hispanic Women
    The International Journal of Business and Public Administration, vol. 2
    2004
  • The Impact of Geographic Location, Industry Type, Number Employees and Years in Business on the Economic Success of Minority Women Entrepreneurs
    International Business and Economics Research Conference
    2004
  • The Impact of Race, Industry Type, Number of Employees and Years in Business on the Economic Success of Minority Women Entrepreneurs
    International Business and Economics Research Conference
    2004
  • Women Entrepreneurship Across Racial Lines: Current Status, Critical Issues and Future Implications
    Journal of Hispanic Higher Education, vol. 3
    2004
  • A Look at the Psychology of Entrepreneurial Behavior
    Society for the Advancement of Management International Business Conference
    2003
  • A Multi-Dimensional Look at the Small Business Owner
    North Central Business Journal, vol. 10
    2003
  • A Psychological Model of Entrepreneurial Behavior
    Journal of Academy of Business and Economics, vol. 2
    2003
  • A Psychological Model of the Entrepreneur
    International Academy of Business and Economics Annual Conference
    2003
  • An Exploratory Look at the Network Structures of Minority Business Owners: A Comparative Analysis Across Gender Lines
    International Academy of Business and Economics Annual Conference
    2003
  • An Exploratory Look at the Network Structures of Minority Business Owners: A Comparative Analysis Across Gender Lines
    Journal of Academy of Business and Economics, vol. 2
    2003
  • Analyzing Women Entrepreneurs in Home-Based Businesses
    Academy of Management Annual Meeting
    2003
  • Analyzing Women Entrepreneurs in Home-Based Businesses
    Women in Management Review, vol. 19
    2003
  • Analyzing the Economic Success of Women Business Owners: An Analysis Across Racial Lines
    Financial Management Association International Annual Meeting
    2003
  • Funding New Business Ventures: Differences in Minority and Non Minority Family-Owned Business' Access to Start-Up Capital
    International Business and Economics Research Conference
    2003
  • Funding New Business Ventures: Differences in Minority and Non Minority Family-Owned Business' Access to Start-up Capital
    Journal of Business and Economics Research, vol. 1
    2003
  • Hershey Foods: Thinking Beyond the Wrapper
    Eastern Academy of Management Annual Meeting
    2003
  • Hershey Foods: Thinking Beyond the Wrapper
    The CASE Journal, vol. 103
    2003
  • Pre-Business Experiences of Minority and White Women Entrepreneurs: An Exploratory Study of Pathways to Business Ownership
    Journal Of Business & Entrepreneurship
    2003
  • The State of Women Entrepreneurs in the Current Marketplace
    United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship
    2003
  • Wake Up and Smell the Chocolate: A Financial Analysis of Hershey Foods
    Financial Education Association Conference
    2003
  • A Look at Alternative Perspectives on Women Business Ownership
    Society for the Advancement of Management International Business Conference
    2002
  • Analyzing Alternative Theories on Women Business Ownership
    National Association of African American Studies
    2002
  • Analyzing the Economic Success of Female Small Business Owners in the Upstate New York Area: A Comparison Between Whites and Minorities
    National Association of African American Studies
    2001
  • A Theoretical Look at Women and Minority Business Owners
    Society for the Advancement of Management International Business Conference
    2000
  • Oligopolistic Discrimination and Woman Business Ownership
    Eastern Academy of Management Annual Meeting
    2000
  • Analyzing the Relationship Between Religious Orientation and Organizational Citizenship Behavior
    Industrial Organization and Organizational Behavior Conference
    1997
  • A Cultural Analysis of the Arbor Hill Elementary School in Albany, New York
    NCRRME Conference
    1996
  • Assessing Organizational Citizenship Behavior in Organizations
    Industrial Organization and Organizational Behavior Conference
    1996
  • The Impact of a Community on an Inner City Community
    Odyssey of the Mind
    1996
  • Analyzing Women Entrepreneurs in the Caribbean and Latin America
    Business Research Consortium
    Spring, 2014
  • Gender Role Perceptions and Job Satisfaction Levels
    Journal of Academy of Business and Economics, vol. 10
    Fall/Winter, 2010
  • Relationships Between College Costs and College Funding: Evidence from the United States
    Business Education & Accreditation, vol. 11
    Fall, 2019
  • The Impact of Social, Economic and Genetic Factors on Students' Alcohol Consumption Decisions
    Academy of Information And Management Sciences Journal, vol. 14
    Spring, 2011
  • Using Decision Tree Analysis to Predict Women's Entrepreneurial Choices
    Academy of Information And Management Sciences Journal, vol. 14
    Spring, 2011
  • Women Entrepreneurs in the Caribbean and Latin America Statistical Data, Issues and Recommendations
    International Conference in Business and Economic Development
    Winter/Spring, 2014

Awards & Distinctions

  • Development of Course - The Sociology of Entrepreneurship- Done as a cross disciplinary exercise with Suvarna Cherukuri in Sociology.
    Category: Teaching
    Siena College, 2010
  • Fulbright Specialist Senior Program (valid for 5 years).
    Category: Research
    Fulbright, 2010
  • Summer Faculty Research Grant
    Category: Research
    Siena College, 2009
  • International Faculty Summer Grant
    Category: Research
    Siena College, 2008
  • Information Literacy Grant
    Category: Teaching
    Siena College, 2007
  • Nominee
    Category: Other
    Excellence in Scholarship Award, 2007
  • Summer Faculty Research Grant
    Category: Research
    Siena College, 2007
  • Summer Faculty Research Grant
    Category: Research
    Siena College, 2006
  • Nominee
    Category: Other
    Excellence in Scholarship Award, 2005
  • Summer Faculty Research Grant
    Category: Research
    Siena College, 2004
  • Committee on Teaching Research Grant
    Category: Teaching
    Siena College, 2003
  • Cover Expenses for Second Book
    Category: Research
    Coleman Foundation, 2003
  • Women and Multicultural Committee
    Category: Teaching
    Siena College, 2002
  • Harvey Summer Fellowship Research Grant
    Category: Research
    Siena College, 2000
  • Grant from Initiatives for Women Organization -SUNY Albany. Cover Expenses for Dissertation
    Category: Research
    University at Albany, 1999
  • Recipient for total expenditures for Bachelors Degree
    Category: Other
    Exxon Scholarship, 1990
  • Recipient for total expenditures for Bachelors Degree
    Category: Other
    Exxon Scholarship, 1989
  • Recipient for total expenditures for Bachelors Degree
    Category: Other
    Exxon Scholarship, 1988
  • Recipient for total expenditures for Bachelors Degree
    Category: Other
    Exxon Scholarship, 1987

Books & Book Chapters

  • Women Entrepreneurs in the Technology Industry: An Analysis Across Racial Lines

    2018
  • Women Entrepreneurs in the Global Marketplace
    Edward Elgar Publishing Inc
    2013
  • Iinternational Research Handbook on Successful Women Entrepreneurs
    Edward Elgar Publishing Inc
    2010
  • Women Entrepreneurship Across Racial Lines: Issues of Human Capital, Financial Capital and Network Structures
    Edward Elgar Publishing
    2006
  • Diversity and Entrepreneurship: Analyzing Successful Women Entrepreneurs
    University Press of America
    2003

Presentations

  • The Psychology of Gender Job Satisfaction Levels and Gender Role Peceptions
    July, 2020
    Western Business & Management Conference, Virtual, Virtual
  • Students Using Student Loans to Finance a College Education
    April, 2020
    Business Research Consortium, Virtual, Virtual
  • Correlation Between Job Satisfaction and Other Factors
    July, 2019
    International Conference on Management, Eonomics & Social Science, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Female Entrepreneurship and Growth of SMEs in the Democratic Republic of Congo
    December, 2018
    International Conference on Social Science, Arts, Business and Education, New York, New York
  • Analyzing the Relationship Between College Student Funding and Varying Factors
    November, 2018
    West East Institute (WEI) International Academic Conference, Niagara Falls, Canada
  • Women Enrepreneurship and Growth of SMEs in Bukavu Town - Democtratic Republic of Congo
    August, 2018
    International Conference on Economics and Business Management, Toronto, Canada
  • International Women Entrepreneurs in the Technology Industry: A Look at Key Statistical Analyses
    June, 2018
    International Conference on Recent Innovations in Engineering and Technology (ICRIET), Washington, District of Columbia
  • Gender Job Satisfaction Levels and Gender Role Perceptions: A look at Pre and Post 2008 Recession Data
    December, 2017
    International Conference on Economics and Business Management, Cambridge, Massachusetts
  • A Study of Cayman Islands Women Entrepreneurs
    September, 2015
    Internatinal Conference on Science, Technology and Management, Toronto, Canada
  • Aboriginal and IndigenousWomen Entrepreneurs: The Case of Australia
    August, 2015
    Academic OASIS/IAABR-Orlando International Multidisciplinary Academic Conference, Orlando, Florida
  • Introduction to the World of International Women Entrepreneurs
    August, 2015
    Academic OASIS/IAABR-Orlando International Multidisciplinary Academic Conference, Orlando, Florida
  • A Qualitative Analysis of Women Entrepreneurs in Nine Countries
    April, 2013
    Business Research Consortium of Western New York, Buffalo, New York
  • Entrepreneurship Across and Within Cultures: A Study of Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Australian Women Entrepreneurs'
    November, 2011
    Yulkuum Jerrang Victorian Indigenous Economic Development Conference, Melbourne, Australia
  • The Importance of and Three key resources for Minority Women entrepreneurs in the United State
    February, 2011
    Eastern Sociological Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • A Multi-Country Analysis on Women Entrepreneurship: Lessons From Multiple Perspectives
    2011
    International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference, Orlando, Florida
  • An Analysis of College Students' Credit Card Usage
    2011
    Intellect Based International Consortium, Atlanta, Georgia
  • Cell Phone Usage and College Students' Academic Performance
    2011
    Global Conference on Business and Finance, Honolulu, Hawaii
  • The Effect of Alcohol on College Students' Educational Attainment Levels
    2011
    International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference, Orlando, Florida
  • Using Probit Analysis to Analyze College Students' Credit Card Usage
    2011
    Global Conference on Business and Finance, Honolulu, Hawaii
  • A Theoretical and Statistical Look at the Self-Employemnet Sector
    December, 2010
    Intellect Based International Consortium, Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Analyzing Australian Women Entrepreneurs
    2010
    Prairie View A & M University - Speaker Series, Houston, Texas
  • The Leadership of Women Entrepreneurs
    2010
    New York State Bar Association: Women on The Move, Albany, New York
  • Women Entrepreneurship in the United States: The Latest Look at the Statistical Figures
    2010
    Intellect Based International Consortium, Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Access To Social Capital
    November, 2009
    Western New England College:Interdisciplinary Conference, Springfield, Massachusetts
  • A Global Persepective on Women Entrepreneurship: How Globalization Affects Women Entrepreneurs
    October, 2009
    First Public Scholars in Africana Studies, Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Women Entrepreneurs and The Protected Market Hypothesis, Ethnic Niches, Cultural and Disadvantage Theories
    October, 2009
    International Business and Economics Research Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Minority Women Entrepreneurs and The Impediments They Face in the Engineering, Mining and Construction Fields
    May, 2009
    Institute for Business and FInance Research, Atlantic City, New Jersey
  • Characteristics of Underrepresented Self-Employed Groups
    January, 2009
    Academy of Business Research (Teaching) Conference, Orlando, Florida
  • Women: The Force in Entrepreneurship
    2009
    Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute: New Horizon Series, Troy, New York
  • A Case of Comparative Entrepreneurship: Minority Men and Women Entrepreneurs in Non-Traditional Fields
    September, 2008
    International Business and Economics Research Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Characteristics of Self-Employed Groups
    September, 2008
    International Business and Economics Research Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Towards a Multi-Dimensional Model of Social Entrepreneurship: Definitions, Clarifications, and Theoretical Perspectives
    September, 2008
    International Business and Economics Research Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Asking Questions about Women Entrepreneurs: Studying, Teaching, and Guiding Entrepreneurial Women
    August, 2008
    Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Anaheim, California
  • Women Entrepreneurs in Engineering, Mining and Construction
    May, 2008
    Intellect Based International Consortium, Nashville, Tennessee
  • Oligopolistic Discrimination and Women Entrepreneurs in Engineering, Mining and Construction
    April, 2008
    American Institute of Higher Education Conference, Orlando, Florida
  • Characteristics of Underrepresented Self-Employed Groups
    January, 2008
    Academy of Business Research (Teaching) Conference, Orlando, Florida
  • Afro-Brazilian Women Entrepreneurs: Characteristics, Critical Issues and Current Comments
    2008
    Global Conference on Business and Finance, Atlantic City, New Jersey
  • Applying Traditional Theories to the Study of Australian Aboriginal Women Entrepreneurs
    2008
    International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference, Orlando, Florida
  • Applying a New Theory to Women Entrepreneurs in Non-Traditional Fields
    2008
    United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Anaheim, California
  • New Leadership Theories and Their Applications to Today's Business Environment
    2008
    Global Conference on Business and Finance, Atlantic City, New Jersey
  • Students' Selection, Participation and Performance in Undergraduate Math Courses: Direct and Indirect Influences
    2008
    International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference, Orlando, Florida
  • Women Entrepreneurs in Zimbabwe: A Case Study
    2008
    United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Anaheim, California
  • An Initial Look at the Characteristics of Hispanic Women Business Owners and Their Business
    2007
    American Society For Competitiveness, Orlando, Florida
  • Women Entrepreneurs in Engineering, Mining and Construction
    2007
    American Institute of Higher Education in Orlanda, FL, Orlando, Florida
  • A Comparative Assessment of Male and Female Business Owners Engineering, Mining and Construction
    June, 2006
    Global Conference on Business and Finance, San Jose, Costa Rica
  • A Look at Women Entrepreneurs on a Global Level
    April, 2006
    Academy of Business Education Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas
  • A Theoretical Look at the Factors Impacting Financial Success of Women Business Owners: Namely Human Capital and Network Structure Dimensions
    April, 2006
    Financial Education Association Conference, San Antonio, Texas
  • Minority Women Entrepreneurs in Engineering, Mining and Construction
    March, 2006
    International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference, Dallas, Texas
  • Women Entrepreneurs in Non-Traditional Fields
    February, 2006
    American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences, Las Vegas, Nevada
  • 'Hispanic Women Entrepreneurs: Human Capital, Financial capital, and Network Structure Relationships' in Orlando, FL.
    2006
    Applied Business Research and College Teaching & Learningg Conference, Orlando, Florida
  • The Impact of Race, Geographic Location, and Industry Type on Women Business Owners
    April, 2004
    Academy of Business Education Annual Meeting, Mystic, Connecticut
  • Determinants of Economic Success for Women Entrepreneurs: An Analysis Across Racial Lines
    March, 2004
    Society for the Advancement of Management International Business Conference, Baltimore, Maryland
  • Analyzing Determinants of Economic Success for Women Business Owners
    January, 2004
    International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Analyzing the Economic Success of Women Business Owners: An Analysis Across Racial Lines
    October, 2003
    Financial Management Association International Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado
  • Analyzing Women Entrepreneurs in Home-Based Businesses
    August, 2003
    Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington
  • A Look at the Psychology of Entrepreneurial Behavior
    April, 2003
    Society for the Advancement of Management International Business Conference, Corpus Christi, Texas
  • Integrating Information Literacy into an Undergraduate Business Communication Course
    April, 2003
    Association for Business Communication, Toronto, Canada
  • A Look at Alternative Perspectives on Women Business Owners
    May, 2002
    Society for the Advancement of Management International Business Conference, McLean, Vermont
  • Analyzing Alternative Theories on Women Business Owners
    February, 2002
    National Association of African American Studies, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
  • Oligopolistic Discrimination and Woman Business Ownership
    May, 2000
    Eastern Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Danvers, Massachusetts
  • A Theoretical Look at Women and Minority Business Owners
    April, 2000
    Society for the Advancement of Management International Business Conference, Saint Augustine, Florida
  • The Impact of a Community on an Inner City Community
    October, 1996
    Odyssey of the Mind, Washington, District of Columbia