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New faculty spotlight: Stacy Roberts

The Hull College of Business welcomed Stacy Roberts as a new full-time Lecturer in management and marketing for the 2020-2021 academic year.

Roberts was a part-time instructor for the Hull College teaching organizational behavior and management theory. 

Roberts is an alumn of Augusta University, obtained her Bachelor of Business Administration in marketing in 2006. She holds a Master of Business Administration from Liberty University, where she is also pursuing her Doctor of Business Administration with a human resources concentration.

She is a Certified Executive and Leadership Trainer and operates her own coaching business, SMR Leadership Solutions, LLC. 

Along with coaching, Roberts is the author of “Donut Leads the Team”, “Boomer, Be Nice” and “Roscoe’s Rescue,” books that help teach key skills and valuable lessons to young children. She believes that leadership skills can be developed at a young age and help children develop into wholesome and successful adults.

Q. What motivated you to become a college professor?

A. I have worked in organizations where I saw many issues that could have been corrected earlier and I wanted to change that. I believe that as a professor, we are molding tomorrow’s leaders. I love teaching and coaching students to reach their full potential in order to make a positive impact and leave their mark.

Q. How did you find your way to the Hull College of Business?

A. I graduated from Augusta State University in 2006 and knew when I started my journey to be a professor, I wanted to teach here. It’s kind of surreal to now have some of my previous professors as peers. I was a part-time instructor for the HCOB before I became full-time in August of this year.

Q. What has surprised you so far in your faculty career?

A. The HCOB has amazing collegiality. I knew that I would have support but colleagues have gone above and beyond to make sure that I grow and succeed. I am thankful to work with a great group of people in the business school.