Lyzona Marshall MBA

 
 
Assistant Professor of Business
Seton Hill Faculty
 
 

Bio

A native of Orlando, Florida, Marshall moved to Greensburg, PA in 2005 from Cherry Hill, NJ (suburb outside of Philadelphia, PA). She earned a B.Sc. in Business Administration from Bethune Cookman University, in Daytona Beach, FL and a M.B.A. from the University of Phoenix – Philadelphia campus. She is a doctoral candidate with research interests in entrepreneurship and eCommerce. Additional training includes certification as a trainer for CoreFour Business Plan development course. Her professional experience includes work in several industries, including international publishing, banking, engineering, and consulting with roles as a business owner, marketing director, and Seton Hill University's E-Magnify women's business center manager. She teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses in the business division. Marshall also works as a business counselor for women entrepreneurs that are interested in starting or growing a business venture. Marshall also serves as a board member for the United Way of Westmoreland county, the YWCA of Westmoreland County and the NAACP of Greensburg. In 2009, she was recognized as one of the "50 Women of Excellence" by The New Pittsburgh Courier and in 2007, Onyx Woman Magazine recognized her as one of the "Amazing 10" in the Pittsburgh region.

About

Joined Seton Hill: 2005
Hometown: Orlando, FL
Personal Areas of Interest: Creative writing, ethnic music festivals & art collecting, southern cooking, and Internet surfing
Academic Areas of Interest: Internet marketing, eBusiness, Entrepreneurship

Education

  • M.B.A., University of Phoenix (Philadelphia, PA), 2003
  • B.Sc., Bethune-Cookman University (Daytona Beach, FL), 1999

Awards

  • 50 Women of Excellence - Education Category, New Pittsburgh Courier (2009) [More Information]
  • Amazing 10 Women in Pittsburgh Region, Onyx Woman Magazine (2007) [More Information]

Presentations

  • Marshall, L. "Forgiving the Unforgiviable: Mending the Broken Covenant". Alabaster Box Ministries Women's Retreat 2007 (Pittsburgh, PA), October 2007 [More Information]
  • Marshall, L. "Entrepreneurship in the Current Economy". Pittsburgh YWCA Microenterprise Symposium (Pittsburgh, PA), February 2009 [More Information]
  • Marshall, L and Sabbarao, K. "Ms. CEO: Exploring The Opportunity of Being a Lady Boss". Onyx Woman I am Becoming Conference (Pittsburgh, PA), June 2009