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Master of Science in Business


  • Jennifer Madden

    Chair, Management and Marketing Department; Director, Master of Business Design and Innovation Program; Associate Professor of Management and Marketing

    Jennifer Madden has a wealth of experience in capacity building, strategic planning, facilitation, training, and providing technical assistance to the nonprofit sector, the private sector, and government agencies. In addition to an extensive background in real estate development and project finance, Prof. Madden has expertise in economic development strategy, project management, research, and fund development.

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  • Thomas Groleau

    Professor of Management and Marketing

    Professor Groleau’s teaching focuses on statistics, analytics, and operations. In addition to teaching, he has worked with businesses including Kentucky Utilities, Greentree Applied Systems, AptarGroup, and Press-Ganey Associates.

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  • Greg Barron

    Assistant Professor of Management and Marketing

    Greg Barron joined the Carthage College faculty in 2017 from SC Johnson, headquartered in Racine, Wisconsin, where he most recently held the title of Senior Vice President — New Business Development. Prof. Barron has extensive experience in marketing, sales, finance, and general management. He has spent more than half of his career working outside the United States.

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  • Michele Hancock

    Professor of Practice in Education; Director, Accelerated Certification in Teaching

    Michele Hancock’s research interests focus on teacher leadership in urban settings and how teacher leaders collaborate to recognize and challenge deficit thinking.

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  • Isabel Rivero-Vila

    Professor of Modern Languages

    Isabel Rivero-Vilá came to Carthage in 2004 after teaching Spanish at several institutions in Brittany and Normandy (Lycée de L’Elorn, Lycée Jean d’ Arc, Lycée Coat-Mez) and Colegio Delibes in Salamanca, Spain. She also taught French at the Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca and at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. At Carthage, she teaches courses in Spanish and French, serves as advisor to the International Friendship Society, and helps redesign the Modern Languages web pages.

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