Dr. Marilyn Marousek

mmarousek@barry.edu
Phone: (239) 278-3041

Dr. Marilyn Marousek received her PhD in Education & Leadership with a Specialization in Human Resource Development from Barry University in May, 2007. Her dissertation was entitled: A Study of Leadership & Culture. She earned a MS in Human Resource Management in 1986 and a BA in Sociology in 1981 from La Roche College, Pittsburgh, PA. Dr. Marousek also attended Appalachian State University in Boone, NC for undergraduate coursework.

Dr. Marousek serves as Assistant Professor, Academic Coordinator, Human Resource Management and Financial Planning for the School of Professional And Career Education at Barry University. She teaches undergraduate and graduate human resource, marketing, and business classes at various university locations. Since 2006 Dr. Marousek has been the Project Coordinator of two grants from Miami-Dade County to provide training for social service workers who work with elders and special needs clients. Dr. Marousek also serves on Barry University’s Community Learning Project where she works with Miami Shores principals and teachers on professional development projects.

Prior to transitioning to faculty Dr. Marousek was Associate Dean, Regional Administration for North Florida and Director of Continuing Education; Associate Dean for Continuing Education and Director of University Off Campus Site Coordination; Regional Director of Partnerships; Assistant Director for St. Petersburg and Avon Park, and Academic Advisor/Recruiter. Prior to Barry University, Dr. Marousek was the Assistant to the President and Secretary of the Board of Trustees at La Roche College in Pittsburgh, PA from 1986 to 1997. She served in various capacities at La Roche including Assistant Registrar.

Dr. Marousek is a member of the Society of Human Resource Management. She is a member of the Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education, Nu Psi Chapter of Barry University. Dr. Jenkins has presented papers at the International Academy of Human Resource Development in Lille, France, and domestically at the International Academy of Business and Public Administration, the Florida Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration and the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration.

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