MBA Graduate Recognized as a Leader

Eunice DebrahGlobe University-Minneapolis Master of Business Administration (MBA) 2014 graduate, Eunice Debrah, seizes the opportunity to become a member of the campus graduate faculty by becoming a classroom facilitator.

A facilitator is a master’s prepared professional who supports students during class, field, and lab activities, encourages active participation, and shares their practical career experiences in collaboration with course faculty. Eunice has been a facilitator for four different master’s courses working alongside faculty who have provided mentorship for her development as an educator.

“Eunice is an enthusiastic and dedicated professional who demonstrates excellence in everything she does,” said Dr. Paul Brown, one of her faculty mentors.

Before coming to the United States, Eunice had four years of experience as a human resource manager and account executive in Ghana where she was awarded a diploma in marketing by the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry, United Kingdom.

“The MBA program developed my ability to arrive at the right decisions as a leader and was a great experience to better understand the importance of teamwork, analytical problem solving, and being proactive,” said Eunice.

In the summer of 2015, she began as a part-time faculty member at the Globe University- Minneapolis campus. She continues to advance professionally by both working at the campus as well as recently receiving a promotion at her full-time job as a supervisor for a Wells Fargo in downtown Minneapolis.

According to a bank supervisor, within three weeks of her graduation from Globe she was recognized as a leader. In her new position she is able to coach, mentor, and educate her team members.

Eunice currently teaches marketing strategy and information management. She has also facilitated courses in managerial communications, research and business development, case studies in information technology personnel management, and politics of leadership in a global economy.