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VITAE ALISON I. MUKWEYI 1517 Brighton Drive Mansfield, TX 76063 Phone: Work 903/923-1254 Home 817/453-3046 Cell 817/637-6071

Email: amukweyi@wileyc.edu OR amukweyi@sbcglobal.net

OBJECTIVE: Seeking a challenging position which offers responsibilities and opportunity for growth in teaching, research and management EDUCATION: Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) July

2009- with a major in Business

Administration/Management. University of Phoenix, Phoenix, Arizona. (ACBSP accredited). M.B.A. Business Administration 1990- Texas Woman’s University, Denton, TX.

B.S. Business Administration 1981 West Indies College, Mandeville, Jamaica

Ph.D. Higher Education 1988 - The University of North Texas, Denton, TX.

M.A. Educational Leadership 1983 Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI

1/2004 - Current Wiley College - Marshall, TX - Lead Professor of Business and Technology programs (ACBSP

Accredited). Program development, assessment and periodic revision of the department’s course syllabi. Preparation and recommendation of course

offerings and teaching management courses in the College of Business and Technology on main and offsite campus at the Shreveport Fire Academy. Recruit and counsel faculty and students while evaluating of instructional effectiveness and student progress plus outcomes. Director of

Organizational Management Program from January 2004 through spring of 2005. Promotes excellence in teaching, research, educational culture and assessment of the divisional learning outcomes.


Prepares accurate assessment reports for the institution based on policies and procedures of Wiley College as requested by the assessment authorities. Applies critical thinking in making sound judgments in deciding how duties and responsibilities, creating partnership with

businesses and high schools for the participation of dual credit with the seniors.

9/2003 Feb. 2004 Titex Financial Company, Fort Worth, TX -Executive Vice President. Strategic and tactical planning, prepare and administer budgets, evaluation and creation of contracts. Formed

alliances with other organizations to serve the needs of the community. Supervised branch managers and overall operations of the entire organization.

8/97 - Aug. 14, 2003 Midland Community College - Midland, TX –Associate Professor and Director of Workforce Education Services. Responsible for developing and the curricular changes for THECB and WECM transitions, including creating relations/partnership with local business/industries in their training needs and students. I demonstrated evidence of community engagement. Developed credit and non-credit workforce education programs in the AA, AS, plus certificate/non-certificate programs in the Divisions of Business and Technology. Provided leadership in

developing, implementing and maintaining programs that responded to the community needs and preparation of student’s assessment reports for success in meeting various constituencies like SACS. Served as the academic administrator for the workforce/business/technical programs. Budget preparation and authorization of expenditures within the approved budget where financial records were maintained and reports produced on a timely basis. Well-developed understanding of state/funding agency organization and its relations to the institutions of higher learning. Taught accounting, business and management courses. Participated on the

recruitment of faculty, staff and students.

9/91 - 8/97 Wiley College - Marshall, TX. Dean & Associate Professor of Business, Technology and Social Science, Director of Wiley Management

Institute/adult educational programs. Responsible for the overall planning, management and evaluation of the programs in terms of student successes. Directed and coordinated college activities including curriculum

development and revision; state, federal and accrediting agency compliance, directed and secured the ACBSP candidacy. Selected and evaluated faculty and support personnel; budget preparation; class scheduling; student enrollment; procurement of materials and supplies; advising enrolled and prospective students for the benefit of the students.


Created linkages to various local businesses and the community. Wrote and administered funded proposals. Taught accounting, business and management courses.

1/90 - 8/91 Southwestern Adventist University, Keene, TX Visiting Professor/Temporary

Taught accounting and business courses American Personnel Service, Inc., Irving, TX

Manager: Prepared budgets, financial report, inventory and case management. Hired, trained, and supervised employees. 8/85 - 12/89 PDQ of Texas, Inc. Irving, TX

Manager: Prepared budgets, financial report, regular reports, maintained inventory. Hired, trained, and supervised employees. Research Assistant - BCIS - The University of North Texas

Assisted the Chairman and a senior faculty/member from the Department of Business Computer Information System

6/83 - 7/84 Accountant: C&AR Enterprise Ltd - Kingston, Jamaica Prepared budgets and financial statements.

9/81 - 5/83 Substitute Teacher - Berrien Springs Public School Berrien Springs, Michigan

Taught on an as needed basis

1/79 - 5/81 Student Accountant - West Indies College Press Mandeville, Jamaica

Assisted the accountant in preparing financial reports. SUMMARY OF


Over 19 years’ experience as a business/education

Administrator and teaching in educational setting, including recruiting, advising, and counseling students. Working knowledge of program development, evaluation and assessment for student success. Well organized with strong attention to details and interpersonal skills. Working knowledge of the workforce development, grant writing and administration. Committed to education and well versed with

accreditation issues. Experienced in conflict resolution and group management, developing/managing external partnership contracts, articulation agreements and grants. Advocate the goals of the institution, and able to work together as a team with the college faculty, staff, students and members of the college community. Knowledge and understanding of the function and operation of a two and four-year college/university. Knowledge and awareness of customer service strategies plus strong


interpersonal skills. A student oriented philosophy and able to communicate orally and in writing to work effectively with students, faculty, administrators, staff and community groups. Commitment to the concepts of institutional effectiveness and ability to provide leadership in planning and evaluation of academic programs. Highly dedicated to innovation, creativity and professional development activities. Accomplishments

Revised and updated the College of Business Programs, and Social Science. Experienced with the accreditation issues as a result of having worked through the process three times. Directed the College of Business through the candidacy with the Association of Collegiate Business

Schools and Programs (ACBSP).

Hardest Working Faculty Member (2008/2009) School year by the Wiley College Faculty.



Department of Education for the development of SMALL BUSINESS ADVISORY CENTER. Funded from 1995 to 1997.

STATLER FOUNDATION, for the improvement of Hotel and Restaurant Management Program. Funded from 1993 through 1998.

ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGIATE & BUSINESS schools for Accreditation. Funded from 1995 through the accreditation process, 1999.

Lily Foundation, co-authored with the Academic Dean for the Wiley College Faculty Development, summer of 1995.

Department of Education for the Minority Faculty Exchange, co-authored with the Academic Dean for a faculty exchange with Simpson College in Spring 1993.

WINDIXE CORPORATION. Sponsored one faculty and a student for one week in North Carolina to learn about the organization’s operations in the summer of 1996.

The Certified Public Accountant Association. The Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Funded yearly accounting faculty


development from 1992 to 1998. Supervision

Full-time and adjunct Business faculty

Coordinated the Volunteer Income Tax Program (VITA) Divisional Secretaries

Clerical Staff

Computer Instruction Lab Assistants OTHER RELATED

ACTIVITIES: Served on Faculty Development Committee

Chaired the Faculty Committee through the SACS accreditation exercise. Served on Educational Programs Committee

Served on Academic Policy Committee Secretary - Business Advisory Board

HOBBIES: Singing, Soccer, Tennis, Recruiting of employees and students Publications: Mukweyi, A. I. (2011). Corporations and College’s Responses to the

Ethical Dilemma. International Journal of Business and Public Administration, 8 (2) 1.

Mukweyi, A. I. (2010). Managerial Fraud and Corporate Governance in American Corporations. International Journal of Business and Public Administration, 7 (1) 57.

Mukweyi, A. I. (2008). Do schools and colleges of business need to evaluate their ethics courses? Exploratory study. International Journal of Business and Public Administration, 5 (1) 92.

Edited the first 5 Chapters of Crafting and Executing Strategy: The Quest for Competitive Advantage: Concepts and Cases, 17thedition by Arthur Thompson, John Gamble and A.J. Strickland 111.

Working Papers

Presented at Prof “Human Resources Management: The Reality and Theory” Conferences “Accounting Systems”

“Evaluation of Instruction”

“Leaders who fall prey to the ethical vice”

“Revolutionizing Online Instruction in Higher Education” “Student Retention in business programs in HBCU’S” Presentations and


Proceedings International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines (IABPAD) Conference, Dallas, Texas April 15-19, 2011


International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines (ABPAD) Conference, Dallas, Texas April 22-24, 2010

International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines (IABPAD) Conference, Dallas, Texas April 24-27, 2009

International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines (IABPAD) Conference, Dallas, Texas April 22-24, 2008

MEMBERSHIPS: The National Business Education Association The National Association of CPA’s

The Association of Management The Texas Workforce Education REFERENCES: Available upon request


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