Name: Loretta  Evivie
Department: Business & Accounting Division
     Business & Accounting Division
Title: Director, Business & Accounting Division
Office Location:
Terrell, 507B
Central Campus
Phone Number: (704) 330-6782
Fax Number: (704) 330-6560
Email Address:
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Current Responsibilities:
Administrative projects

Previous Responsibilities:
Introduction to Business (BUS 110)
Principles of Management (BUS 137)
Small Business Management (BUS 230)
Organizational Behavior (BUS 255)
International Business (INT 110)
International Marketing (MKT 224)

Office Location:
Central Campus Terrell Room #507B

Office Hours Summer 2018 (May/June):
Mondays - Thursdays 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
And By Appointment

Educational Background:
Doctor of Educational Leadership: Community Specialization, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, North Carolina.

Master of Business Administration, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland.

Bachelor of Science Accounting (Honors), Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria, West Africa.

Member Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education.
Member Phi Beta Delta National Honor Society for International Scholars.
Member Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society.
Member The National Scholars Honor Society (Magna Cum Laude).
Educational Experience:
Prior professional experience includes working as an auditor, tax auditor, senior financial accountant, independent registered representative in insurance and investments, small business owner in accounting and tax services, chief operations officer and an adjunct college instructor/professor.

Educational experience teaching at college level since 2003.
Evivie, L, G. (2009). Challenges faced by African International Students at a Metropolitan Research University: A Phenomenological case study.

Evivie, L, G. (2011). African International Students in the US: Implications for Transnational Capacity Building in a Global Economy.
Post-Secondary Education Achievement Gap in the United States.
Higher Education in Developing Countries.
Girls Education and Empowerment.

Volunteering, traveling, music (various genres), reading and yoga/exercise.

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