Division of Business Faculty Profiles
Get to know our outstanding faculty.
David Kimball, Ph.D.
Chair, Division of Business and Law, Professor of Business Management
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David Kimball earned his Sc.D. from the University of New Haven, Conn., and he has his BS, BA, and MBA from Western New England University. He is the Chair of the Elms College Division of Business and Law. He co-authored the text Sport Management: Principles, Applications and Skills, now in its second edition. Dr. Kimball is interested in the role that mission statements play in the role of being a globally, socially, oriented organization. He also applies his doctoral research on corporate mission statements to assist students in analyzing organizations such as Starbucks, Nike, Blockbuster, and Ford. As the faculty advisor for the Grinspoon Entrepreneurship Initiative, Dr. Kimball mentors students developing business concepts and opportunities.
Cheryl Condon '03, M.Ed.
Lecturer in Physical Education; Softball Coach
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B.S., Westfield State College
M.Ed., Elms College
Ms. Condon, who is head coach for the softball team, played varsity basketball and softball at Westfild State College and was an assistant to the basketball team there for two seasons. She coached high school softball and taught physical education in Hadley, Massachusetts before coming to Elms Collge to teach courses in physical education and the coaching minor. Ms. Condon has served on NCAA selection committees as well as various regional softball committees. Her interests lie in the preparation of students to become successful coaches and mentors in sport.
William Donovan, M.S.B.A.
Associate Professor of Accounting
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B.A., Lafayette College
M.S.B.A., University of Massachusetts
Professor Donovan has traveled and studied extensively over the past 30 years in Asia and Europe. He brings a variety of experiences and insights to his classes that reflect his commitment to understanding the economic, cultural, social, and business attributes of globalization. He is the faculty liaison for the Voluntary Tax Assistance Program, and the National Association of Black Accountants
Janice Fedor, M.B.A.
Lecturer in Business Management
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B.A., M.B.A., University of Massachusetts
Ph.D. candidate, North Central University
An entrepreneur, Janice Fedor founded FirstLight Marketing Communications. She has extensive experience in account management, public relations, and event planning.
Anthony Gillylan, M.B.A.
Adjunct in Business
B.A., Westfield State College
M.B.A., American International College
Anthony Gillylan has taught in higher education since 1994 at Holyoke Community College and American International College. An entrepreneur, he is the owner-operator of Tony Gill Internet Marketing of Springfield. He has more than 10 years of experience in the communications industry, and has won several awards in journalism. He also has experience as a copywriter, videographer, editor, graphic designer, animation designer, and web designer.
Amanda Huston, CPA, M.S.A.
Assistant Professor of Accounting
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Amanda Huston earned her Master of Science in Accounting (M.S.A.) from Western New England University, and her BA from Elms College concentrating in accounting. She holds a non-reporting license as a Certified Public Accountant in the State of Massachusetts and is the sole proprietor of Huston, LLC, a tax practice. Ms. Huston was recognized as BusinessWest magazine's class of 2010 40 under 40, serves as an active member of the Young Professional Society of Greater Springfield, and volunteers regularly with Western Massachusetts Junior Achievement.
Michael Krawiec, C.A.G.S.
Adjunct in Business Management
B.S., Springfield College
M.Ed., Springfield College
C.A.G.S., Springfield College
Mr. Krawiec is a consultant for organizational development. Based on his work experience with youth, he uses an individual and group behavioral approach to courses such as organization behavior and labor relations. For his sport management courses, he brings not only his own personal experiences, having coached football at the college level, but also frequently invites guest speakers, such as long-time hockey referee Kevin Collins and professional baseball player Doug Clark.
Ekaterina Magee '98, M.B.A.
Adjunct in Business
B.A., Elms College
M.B.A., University of Massachusetts Amherst
Ekaterina Magee has been a mortgage loan officer for more than 10 years, and is a 10-time sales achievement award winner. She is fluent in English and Russian, and brings a wide variety of international experiences to her teaching in global business.
William Tyler, M.Ed.
Lecturer in Education and Physical Education; Swim Coach
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