Instructors (*subject to change)
Vince Howe: Marketing and Customer Service
Dr. Howe has been a Professor of Marketing at Cameron since 1988. He served as Associate Dean from 1994-1999, and as the Department Chair from 1992-1994. Prior to joining the faculty at CSB, he was at the University of Georgia. Dr. Howe was also the Market Manager at Ford Motor Company. His areas of interest include Critical Incidents, Knowledge/Maturity Stage, and Perspectives/Executive Challenge.
Susan Ivancevich: Finance and Accounting
Dr. Ivancevich received her BBA in Accounting from the University of Georgia (1988) and her PhD in Accounting from Texas A&M University (1994). Prior to joining the CSB faculty, Dr. Ivancevich was a faculty member at the University of Tampa, and the University of Nevada – Las Vegas. Dr. Ivancevich worked in the field of public accounting for the firms of Deloitte Haskins and Sells and Arthur Andersen prior to pursuing her PhD. Her teaching/research interests are in the areas of Financial Accounting and Auditing. She hold the rank of Professor of Accounting, serves as the Director of the MSA Internship Program, and is a Dixon Hughes Faculty Fellow in Accounting at UNCW.
Barb Biehner: Branding You; Business Communication; Ethics; Resumes
Ms. Biehner joined the university as the Director of External Programs for the Cameron School of Business in 2006 following an extensive career in health care administration with over 25 years as the COO or CEO of hospitals as well as Senior Vice President of a specialty pharmaceutical company. Along with the capacity of Executive in Residence she is a member of the Cameron Executive Network and the Resume Assistance Program.
Dick Verrone: Personal Finance
Prior to 1998, when he began teaching at CSB, Mr. Verrone had a 31 year career in banking and financial services. He has published articles in the RMA Journal, American Banker, and Community Banking Quarterly and has also written two books on risk management. He has extensive speaking experience to national, regional and local groups of up to 400, including regulators and bank examiners. He is a retired Marine Corps officer with 20 years service. He is an Executive in Residence and the Coordinator of International Executive Relations. In this position, he calls on major companies in Europe to discuss the possibility of internships for CSB students who study abroad. Current contacts have been in Germany, France, England and Spain. Verrone also serves as an expert witness in litigation involving financial institutions. He was Co-Founder and Co-Director of the Cameron Executive Network from 2002 until 2008.
Pam Evers: Legal & Ethics
Dr. Evers received her JD in International Law from Southern Methodist University in 1991, and an MBA from Emory University in 1982. She has been teaching at UNCW since 2001. Dr. Evers previously taught at University of Maryland and Stephen F. Austin State University. She also serves as a private consultant on corporate transactions and litigation, environmental law, and entertainment law. Her areas of interest include environmental law, international trade, intellectual property, and entertainment law.
Stacy Mitchell: Operations Management and Project Management
Stacy is an Assistant Professor of Operations Management at the University of North Carolina Wilmington in the department of Information Systems and Operations Management. She received her PhD in Operations Management from the University of Texas at Arlington in December 2007 and also holds an MBA in Operations Management and a BS in Information Systems. Stacy’s research interests lie in medical systems, quality, operations and supply chain management, outsourcing, and service operations.
Bryan Reinicke: Information Systems
Dr. Reinicke received his PhD in Information Systems from Indiana University. his areas of interest include systems analysis and design, systems implementation, technology acceptance, and management of information systems.
Stephanie Smith: Strategic Planning, Ethics, and Leadership
Nick Rhodes: Networking
Nick Rhodes serves on the Cameron Executive Network as a mentor to Cameron students. He has worked with PricewaterhouseCoopers and the US Air Force in management, marketing and consulting services
Jack Stair: Interviewing
Jack Stair serves on the Cameron Executive Network as a mentor to Cameron students. He has worked with DuPont and Philip Morris in finance and human resources.
An EEO/AA institution. Accommodations for disabilities may be requested by calling (910.962.2237) at least three days prior to the start of the program.