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Bethany Poore, DBA

Adjunct Faculty and Doctoral Faculty Advisor

bethany.poore@franklin.edu

Profile

Dr. Bethany Poore is an adjunct professor for the College of Business. She has been helping Franklin's undergraduate and graduate learners achieve their educational goals since 2003. Dr. Poore has 20 years of corporate finance and strategic planning experience and 14 years of teaching adult learners. She earned a doctorate in business administration from Walden University. Her research interests include social responsibility, social entrepreneurship, measuring the impact of social responsibility, sustainability practices, systems thinking, decision-making, and professional development, emotional intelligence, business education, and adult learning.

Education

2014
Walden University (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
Doctor of Business Administration, Business Administration
2003
Franklin University (Columbus, Ohio)
Master of Business Administration, Finance
1994
Franklin University (Columbus, Ohio)
Bachelor of Science, Business Management
1992
Franklin University (Columbus, Ohio)
Associate of Science, Business Management

Certifications

2016
Protecting Human Research Participants, The National Institutes of Health (NIH)

Work Experience

2004 - Present
Franklin University, Adjunct Faculty & Doctoral Faculty Advisor
2003 - 2004
Franklin University, Adjunct Faculty

Publications & Presentations

Poore, B., & Gianneschi, J. (2015, Jun. 5). Using Peer Group Collaboration to Achieve Individual Goals. Franklin University Teaching & Learning Conference, Columbus, OH.
Poore, B., & Gianneschi, J. (2013, Dec. 31). Facilitating a Teleconference Course. 2013 Teaching & Learning Conference.