I. Current Rank
Doctor of Philosophy, 2015, Health Services, Walden University
Dissertation Title: “Technology as a Health Intervention and the Self-Efficacy of Men”
Master of Business Administration, Concentration Marketing, Long Island University
Bachelor of Science, Marketing, Rutgers University
IV. Courses Taught
MGT 300 Business Research
MGT 323 Management Information Systems
MGT 416 Technology & Innovation
MGT 444 Special Topics in Business
MGT 400 Organizational Behavior
V. Intellectual Contributions
Maxwell, K. (2018) The Role of Self-Efficacy and Technology Upon the Participation of Men in Healthy Lifestyle Behavior. George Mason Entrepreneurship Research Conference - Abstract Presentation Washington D.C
Maxwell, K. (2018) The Role of Self-Efficacy and Technology Upon the Participation of Men in Healthy Lifestyle Behavior. Washington Business Research Forum (Howard University) - Abstract Presentation Washington D.C.
Maxwell, K. (2015) Technology as a Health a Health Intervention and the Self-Efficacy of Men. Research Symposium Walden University – Research Poster Presentation, National Harbor, Maryland
Maxwell, K. D., & Gerrior, S. (2017) Can the use of Internet applications increase the participation of men in healthy lifestyle behavior? Archives of Business Research. doi:10.14738/abr.512.3940
Maxwell, K. D. (2015) Technology as a health intervention and the self-efficacy of men. ProQuest, UMI Dissertations Publishing.
Simon, D., Jackson, K., & Maxwell, K. D. (2013). Traditional versus online instruction: Faculty resources impact strategies for course delivery. Business Education & Accreditation, 5, 107-116.
VI. Non-Academic Experience
AT&T, Norfolk, VA [2000 – 2009] Sales Director Norfolk, VA Supervised a team of Client Business Managers and Sales Executives to manage a $36,000,000 client base consisting of complex IT services. Maintained CXO relationships, participated in contract negotiations. Supervised the RFP process. Exceeded revenue growth objectives.
AT&T, Norfolk, VA [1997 – 2000] Data Network Account Manager Virginia Beach, VA Designed network data transport applications. Coordinated and completed RFPs. Exceeded monthly new sale and revenue growth objectives.
Sprint, Paramus, NJ & Virginia Beach, VA [1990-1997] Technical Consultant Designed and implemented data transport networks such as the National Security Emergency Preparedness Program.
Port Authority of NY & NJ, New York, NY [1986 – 1988] Telecommunications Analyst Management of the World Trade Center and JFK voice and data telecommunication services.
Verizon, Princeton, NJ [1984 - 1986] Account Manager Performance of needs assessments. Developed and presented RFPs. Exceeded monthly sales objectives.
Co-Chair SALT (Strategic Administrative Leadership Training) Planning Committee
Chairperson of Committee on Committee 2017-2019
Committee on Committees member 2016-2017
Improve Coordinator of University Student Assessment 2017-Present
Improve Student Assessment Facilitators committee member 2013-Present
Improve Dean’s Representative 2016-Present
Spring Educational Staff Institute Session Presenter 2017
Chairperson of the School of Business Search Committee 2018-Present
School of Business Strategic Planning Committee member 2017-Present
Strategic Administrative Leadership Training (SALT) Planning Committee member 2018, 2019
Honors College Senior Capstone Committee member 2016 & 2018
Hampton University Annual Planning Committee member 2016-2017
Board Relationships Committee member 2013-2016
APHA (American Public Health) Abstract Reviewer
Judge for the 26th Annual Virginia State Science and Engineering Fair
National Sales Network (NSN) Student Conference Panel Moderator
VSTE (Virginia Society for Technology in Education)
Edward L. Hamm Distinguished Teaching Award 2019
Hampton University Academic Excellent Award 2018
AT&T Gold Club Outstanding Performance 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2003, 1999 & 1998
AT&T Achievers Club Achievement over 100% of Objective 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003,