Ms. Bozeman is passionate about anything having to do with writing. She believes that writing is the most important skill anyone can learn and cultivate for future career success. If an individual cannot write a clear, concise report for their supervisors/colleagues/clients, then it does not matter how well they can statistically analyze or calculate data. The end result will be as if the information never existed.
Ms. Bozeman is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Wilmington where she earned a B.A. in both Religion and Philosophy. She received her MBA from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. Also, Ms. Bozeman holds a MA in Rhetoric and Teaching Composition with distinction from Northern Arizona University. Currently, she is in the dissertation phase to meet the requirements for a doctorate in Higher Educational Leadership. Ms. Bozeman is also a Certified Online Instructor.
In addition to coordinating events in the BCC, Ms. Bozeman teaches courses in Concepts in Management, and Business Communication in the FCB. In April 2014, an article co-authored with Eric B. Dent, Ph.D., "Discovering the Foundational Philosophies, Practices, and Influences of Modern Management Theory,” was published in the Journal of Management History. She is currently working on another article for publication with Dr. Dan Eadens on the topic of assessment in higher education.
My name is Sarah Haffly, and I am a graduate research assistant for the BCC. I graduated from Oregon Institute of Technology in June 2017 with a dual degree in management and accounting. I am currently pursuing my MBA with an accounting emphasis and serve as the Vice President of the MBA Association. When I have free time, I like to take my dog on hikes and catch up on housework. I am incredibly passionate about sailing and helping others. Feel free to drop into the BCC to see me if you have any questions or would like help with projects, resumes, or virtually anything.
My name is Alyssa Rosewood. I am currently pursuing a Master of Business Administration with an emphasis in Applied Management. I graduated in May 2014 from Colorado State University with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Health with a minor in Food Science and Safety. Prior to beginning a graduate degree, I worked for the State of Alaska Drinking Water Program, regulating public water systems throughout the state.
I am excited to assist students in improving their writing skills. In my free time I enjoy running, traveling and exercising my hedgehog and husky.
Hey everyone, my name is John Rolfe, and I am a senior here at NAU. I grew up in Chandler, Arizona and have always enjoyed writing and helping others enhance their academic skills
I am majoring in economics and minoring in mathematics, with hopes to attend graduate school next fall in pursuit of a PhD in economics. My dad and grandmother were both professors and taught for over 15 years, so I was always close to the industry!
Writing has always been one of my strongest traits, so I am always happy to relay information that ultimately benefits those who want the support. It is always exciting to assist other students because I get the chance to see other writing styles, while also helping my peers grow as a scholar. Hope to see some of you in the BCC this year!
Hey there, my name is Davin Chambers. I am from a family of six straight out of Los Angeles, California. I am in the IGP program here at NAU with a double major in Business Management and Cultural Comparison Studies with an emphasis in Chinese. I also have a Philosophy minor. I feel as if I am a student of the world and love to explore both the world around me both in an academic and a physical way. I am always excited to meet with my peers who are willing to learn and am eager to help those who are having trouble doing so. With all the papers I have to write, I feel it is my duty to assist those who are in the same boat as me.
Hello, my name is Andrew Rice. I am currently pursuing degrees in Political Science and Business Management. I love Northern Arizona University and I always look for ways to become involved on campus. Some of my hobbies include going to the gym, reading, and seeing live performances. Plus, I am always excited to help students grow professionally.