Lynn online MBA faculty features leaders in their fields who deliver insights from cutting-edge research and real-world experience in the virtual classroom. These handpicked experts offer courses that delve into today’s most important business challenges and develop in-demand skills. In addition, our MBA students are each paired with a faculty advisor who offers individualized mentorship throughout the program.
“At Lynn University, we are small enough where you will get to know your professors. That’s what I really love about it: our openness and ability to have these relationships with our students. We’re small enough that we can do that, professor by professor, student by student.”
Dr. Kevin England
Dr. England is an educator, researcher, and subject matter expert in human resources and diversity and inclusion (D&I). After completing his doctoral studies in human capital management with a focus on diversity programs in the workplace, he shifted his career to teach as an instructor at several universities while working as a D&I consultant. He has brought his years of experience and knowledge to workshops and expert panels at events such as the Forum on Workplace Inclusion, the ERG Leadership Summit at USC’s Center for Effective Organizations, the Academy of Management, the Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology and the Out & Equal Workplace Summit.
Dr. England holds Professional in Human Resources (PHR), SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) and Six Sigma Black Belt industry certifications.
B.S.B.A, University of Central Florida – Management Information Systems
M.B.A., University of Florida – Concentrations: Human Resources, Management
Ph.D., Bellevue University – Human Capital Management
Areas of scholarship
Employee Resource Groups
Allies in the Workplace
Diversity and Inclusion
Dr. Amanda Main
Dr. Main (née Wolcott) specializes in industrial and organizational psychology. She has taught in both the psychology and management departments of the University of Central Florida and instructed fellow faculty on best pedagogical practices. She consistently ranked at the top of her departments in student evaluations. Dr. Main has presented both locally and internationally on teaching techniques and educational research, and her works are published in academic journals and books including the Journal of Excellence in College Teaching and the Handbook of Research on Transdisciplinary Knowledge Generation.
As an organizational coach and consultant, she facilitates the success of start-up organizations seeking to scale, assisting them with the challenges associated with the process, developing leadership, strengthening team dynamics, and organizing and implementing HR systems. One of her clients received a deal from the sharks on Shark Tank, and another was able to exit his company for over $35 million.
Her main stream of research focuses on harassment and mistreatment in the workplace, and her dissertation, Not Woman Enough Harassment: An Integrated Model from Antecedent to Outcome, expanded the construct space for gender-based harassment to more fully capture all of the experiences women may face in the workplace. She also studies leadership, team dynamics and organizational climate and culture. She has conducted studies with NASA astronauts to improve their debriefing procedures. Her studies have been presented at national and international professional conferences and have been published in journals and books including the Journal of Organizational Behavior, Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, and Global Corruption & Ethics Management.
In addition to teaching, consulting and conducting research, Main has a passion for social impact. She created an initiative to provide sustainability to the University of North Georgia through a native plant nature refuge, developed and ran a financial literacy program for women in a domestic violence shelter and organized microloans to entrepreneurs in developing countries. She was selected as the Young Alum of the Year in 2018 for her efforts at her alma mater, the University of North Georgia.
A.A., Palm Beach State College – General Transfer,
B.S., University of North Georgia – Psychology
M.S., University of Central Florida – Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Ph.D., University of Central Florida – Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Creativity and innovation
Negotiation and conflict resolution
Harassment and mistreatment in the workplace
Organizational climate and culture
Dr. Ellen Ramsey
Dr. Ramsey began teaching on campus for Lynn University as an adjunct instructor for the College of Business and Management in 1994, after receiving her M.B.A. with a concentration in international business. She was one of the first professors to develop online courses in business and also became, as coined by Dr. Don Ross, Lynn University’s first “Triple Knight” after receiving all three degrees from her alma mater.
Teaching online since 2003, Dr. Ramsey believes it is crucial for the student in an online class to receive feedback and know that the professor can be reached at a moment’s notice. She has prided herself on returning emails usually sooner than expected to foster that connection for students, especially if they are new to the online learning environment.
Before completing her Ph.D., she was the director of research for a money management firm and also hosted her own financial talk radio call-in program, entitled Buy, Sell, or Hold. She is still active in providing occasional financial radio commentary as well as conducting research based on unique and proprietary analysis within the investment markets.
B.S., Lynn University – Behavioral Science, Business
M.B.A., Lynn University – Concentration: International Business
Ph.D., Lynn University – Educational Leadership/Corporate Leadership
Entrepreneurship, enterprise and ethics
Human resource management
Leadership and managing of business organizations
Leadership for organizations in crisis and reputation management
Leadership in public administration
Managing for organizational effectiveness
Marketing in a global economy
Marketing theory and research
Reputation management for organization
Areas of scholarship
Dr. Kendrick Scott
Dr. Kendrick Scott specializes in strategic management, human resource management and organizational leadership. He has taught at Florida State University and Husson University. He is President and CEO of KScott Global Research, LLC., where he coaches organizations on business strategy, leadership and human resource management.
Scott is a champion motivational speaker and has won contests in impromptu and prepared speaking categories. He has been called one of the best speakers in the country. He released his first book in 2010 titled, It’s All Inside: How to Discover Everything is In Your Reach. He continues to write self-help books and is the owner of the trademarked Your First Day® book series.
His research areas include relational leadership, critical race theory, strategic management and communication theory. He is considered an expert in qualitative coding research methods and has consistently been a featured speaker at The Florida State University proseminars events to its College of Education Fellows.
B.S., Florida State University – Political Science
M.S., Florida State University – Interdisciplinary Social Science/Public Administration
Ph.D., The Chicago School of Professional Psychology – Organizational Leadership
Areas of Scholarship
Critical race theory
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