Catherine Coleman-Dickson '00 is the program director of the business and leadership programs at Rosemont College.
Brig Bowe is Director of Accelerated Undergraduate Business Programs. Francis “Brig” Bowe holds a BS in Economics and an MBA from Villanova as well as certification as a Leader of Managers from the Wharton School. Brig has higher education experience teaching finance, economics, MIS, and organizational development courses in multiple delivery formats. He came to Rosemont most recently from Cabrini College where he served as the managing supervisor of the master’s degree in organization leadership. Brig had a lead role in the creation and management of Cabrini’s annual Women’s Leadership Conference and the development of ongoing series of Leader Lectures. He began his career after his undergraduate studies as an entrepreneur running a small contract painting business for seven years and prior to Cabrini he was a senior portfolio Manager at Unisys Corporation where he managed a global portfolio of over $100M of annualized revenues.
Marie C. Bynum has facilitated graduate and undergraduate classes for Rosemont College for the last ten years. She has taught a wide variety of classes including finance, management, technology and ethics courses. Marie developed an international course for the College and was a member of the academic affairs committee for a number of years. Marie holds a Masters in Business Administration from Temple University. She worked in the banking and corporate finance environment for twenty years prior to teaching at Rosemont. Early in her career Marie taught a five day foreign exchange workshop to key Bank of America customers. She also worked in the Bank’s foreign exchange trading room. Marie was then responsible for the development, marketing and administration of a two bond programs which totaled $92.5 million. As a next step, Marie was promoted to a vice president position at First National of Maryland and traveled to Europe frequently to manage major bank relationships. Finally, she managed bank relationships and acted as a senior Treasury Consultant for CIGNA Corporation in Philadelphia.
Michael Dawkins earned his Master of Business Administration from Rosemont College, and his undergraduate degree from Eastern University. Mr. Dawkins is a corporate training instructor with Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority where he develops customer service training programs for frontline employees, and Leadership programs for managers. Michael serves on the board of the North Philadelphia Adventist community organization where he advocates for disadvantaged youth and young adults.
Michael is a life long learner, and is in the process of enrolling with Wilmington University to pursue a Doctor of Business Administration. This program is designed to facilitate the continuing development of the core skills and knowledge of experienced business professionals and educators.
Jeanine R. Kingeter, PHR earned a bachelor of science degree summa cum laude and master of science degree, both in management, from Rosemont College. As an undergraduate Jeanine received the Ethics Award for her work in the study of business ethics. Professionally, Jeanine owns and operates a human resources and business consulting firm, providing a wide range of services for small to mid-size firms. She teaches a variety of courses in the business curriculum at two local colleges. Jeanne is a member of World at World and the Society of Human Resources Management where she is a volunteer leader and board member at her local chapter. Most recently, she is a founding board member of SpecialKids SpecialCare, an organization which supports the unique challenges of special needs children and young adults.
Tonimarie Nazzario earned a Master of Education in Adult and Organizational Development from Temple University. She received her Bachelor of Science in Individual and Family Studies from the Pennsylvania State University. Toni also holds a senior professional human resources certification.
Toni is currently the director of human resources for a non profit organization in Center City Philadelphia. She acts as a consultant to management and as a generalist with responsibility for hiring, training, benefits, compensation, legal compliance, labor relations, and negotiation of union contract. Toni is a member of the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) and Penjerdel Employee Benefits and Compensation Association (PEBA).
Toni, former board chair, is now a member of the advisory board and an active volunteer for The Career Wardrobe. One of the many roles for which she volunteers is as a facilitator of workshops on a variety of topics.
Leo Stenson is an experienced internal audit director with over 30 years as an internal audit practitioner. He is a graduate of LaSalle University and has an MBA from Widener University. He has had responsibility for the internal audit function and management of the professional staff of a billion dollar financial institution, where he developed a risk based audit model, executed effective annual internal audits and served as a go to source for management and audit committee concerns. He is a certified public accountant and a certified internal auditor. Leo has been on the adjunct faculty at Rosemont since 1996 where he teaches accounting and finance at the graduate and undergraduate levels. He is a member of the Institute of Internal Auditors, where he has held various leadership positions at the local, national and international levels and is a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.