Business professor named one of ‘Top 50 Most Influential Women in Business’
Molloy College is proud to announce that Dr. Maureen Mackenzie, a Professor in the College's Division of Business, has been named to Long Island Business News' (LIBN) listing of the 'Top 50 Most Influential Women in Business'.
Professor Mackenzie brings over twenty years of management experience to her academic role. Her expertise lies in the areas of operations, training, TQM, marketing, and insurance residual markets. Before coming to Molloy College she served on the faculty of Dowling College for over 10 years within the Department of Leadership and Management. Prior to her career in academia, Maureen held the position of Regional Marketing Manager for Allstate Insurance Company's New York regional office. Maureen earned her Ph.D. at Long Island University and her areas of study are information and management behavior.
Additionally, she is a winner of the A.R. Zipf Fellowship in Information Management. Professor Mackenzie's publications cover areas such as Management, Human Resource Management, Trust in the Workplace, Business Graduate Education, Undergraduate General Education, Entrepreneurship, Change Management, and more.
Also of note, Professor Mackenzie is the most recent Past President of the Northeast Business and Economics Association (NBEA). She proudly serves on the NBEA board of directors.
The 'Top 50 Most Influential Women in Business' program was launched in 2000 by LIBN. The program recognizes Long Island's top women professionals for their business acumen, mentoring and community involvement. Recipients represent the most influential women in business, government and the not-for-profit fields. The program's honorees are selected by a judging committee and will be honored at an October event attended by more than 600 of the Island's top business leaders.