Morningside College professor chairs session, is a discussant at international conference
Molly Williams, professor of business at Morningside College, recently chaired a session and was a discussant at the Midwest Business Administration Association (MBAA) International Conference in Chicago, Ill.
She chaired the Strategic Management Application session, which involved the presentation of four papers, and she was the discussant for the Model Development Applications session. She also attended the following sessions: Legal Studies Business; Management Business; and Business, Society and Government.
Williams teaches business law and management at Morningside. She is an attorney in private practice and has served as a corporate attorney and bankruptcy trustee. She also is a certified Senior Human Resources Professional.
MBAA began 50 years ago when a group of professors from leading universities recognized the need for an interdisciplinary business conference to present and receive useful research, share effective pedagogy and network. The group has since expanded and now includes members from all 50 states and various foreign countries.