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By Roldens Paulynice, MBA – Doctoral Student in Greater Education Leadership at NOVA Southeastern University. She received her Bachelor of Science in style marketing and management from Stephens College and her M.S. and PhD in textile and apparel management from the University of Missouri. With a Masters of Science from North Carolina State University, College of Textiles, Sarah Hoit has been Materials Scientist at Material ConneXion since 2012. Dr. Kirpalani teaches each undergraduate and graduate marketing and advertising courses at LIM College.

Kenneth M. Kambara utilizes his multidisciplinary skills in a variety of endeavors, which includes evaluation and consultation in social media, independent film production, screenwriting, and teaching advertising and marketing at LIM College. Mr. Kurtz’s prior function experience contains numerous years as a draper in New York City, producing costumes for Broadway, Hollywood films, and television.

Functioning with faculty and employees across College departments to develop the College’s initial integrated institutional planning and assessment system, she is the leader of the College’s processes for strategic preparing, institutional assessment, and studying outcomes assessment. As Accreditation Liaison Officer, Dr. LeBlanc has effectively led the Middle States Self Study as well as Periodic Assessment Reports for LIM College, and she serves as co-champion for the LIM’s specialized accreditor, the Accreditation Council for Organization Schools and Applications.

Lisa D. Lenoir, who has covered the international style industry as a writer and editor for several U.S. publications, is Assistant Professor of Fashion Communication in the School of Fashion and Design and style at Stephens College in Columbia, MO. In addition, she co-teaches an on the web course in style styling at Columbia College Chicago. Professor Londrigan arrived at LIM College in 2008 with almost 30 years of experience in the apparel market focusing on retail, wholesale and textiles. Caitlin Lyttle came to LIM College three years ago as a bright-eyed, eighteen year old girl hoping to turn into the subsequent fashion public relations machine.

Prior to joining LIM College, President Marcuse enjoyed a productive retailing and manufacturing market profession, which started in the Executive Instruction Plan at Macy’s in New York and continued in increasingly more senior positions. Prior to functioning at the LIM College Library, she was the senior production editor at Fairchild Books. She also holds an undergraduate degree in art history from Binghamton University, State University of New York.