Karin Stulz has extensive experience in the administrative professional field. Her career at Northern Michigan University began with a variety of full-time administrative professional positions. Karin is now the Assistant Professor-Office Information Systems at Northern Michigan University.
Kellie A. Shumack teaches Foundations and Secondary Education as an assistant professor at Auburn University, Montgomery. She has worked as an administrative assistant and has taught at both the secondary and post-secondary levels in courses such as Computer-Based Instructional Strategies and Curriculum Integration of Technology. Kellie was awarded the 2010 Delta Pi Epsilon Outstanding Doctoral Research Award for her work in researching professional development needs in Business Education.
Dr. Patsy J. Fulton-Calkins' experience in the field is extensive. Her past experience in the workplace includes working as an administrative professional for large corporations for six years. Early in her career, she completed the CPS certification. Her teaching experience includes over 13 years at the university, community college, and high school levels. In addition to her teaching experience, she has worked as an administrator in the following positions: * Chancellor of Oakland Community College (the chief executive officer), Oakland County, Michigan * President of Brookhaven College, Dallas, Texas * Vice-President of Instruction at El Centro College and Cedar Valley College, Dallas, Texas * Division Chairperson of Business and Social Science, Cedar Valley College, Dallas, Texas Her present position includes working with Tom Monaghan Associates, Inc. as a senior consultant in institutional advancement work with clients across the United States. Additionally, she is an adjunct professor at the university level. Her educational credentials include a B.B.A., an M.B.Ed., and a Ph.D. Honors include Outstanding Alumnus, University of North Texas; Transformational Leader in Community Colleges; Who's Who in America, Outstanding Woman in Management; Paul Harris Fellow of Rotary International; Beta Gamma Sigma, National Honorary Business Fraternity; and Piper Professor.