STEPHANIE WELCH

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swelch@cumberland.edu
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B.S., Vanderbilt University
M. Ed., Vanderbilt University
Stephanie Welch has worked as a middle and high school math teacher in Nashville for nearly a decade. She holds a Bachelor’s in Secondary Math Education from Vanderbilt University, and a Master’s in Urban Education, also from Vanderbilt. Mrs. Welch currently teaches high school math part time at Metro Christian Academy in Goodlettsville, while pursuing a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from Texas Tech University. Mrs. Welch has two young daughters, enjoys reading dystopian fiction, baking dessert, and running recreationally.   

NATALIE WALKER

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nwalker@cumberland.edu
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B.S., Florida A & M University
M.B.A., Florida A & M University
D.B.A., Keiser University

CAMMY TIDWELL

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ctidwell@cumberland.edu
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B.S., University of Mississippi
M.C.S., Mississippi College

NOA STROOP

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nstroop@cumberland.edu
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B.S., Tennessee Technological University
M.B.A., Tennessee Technological University
Noa Stroop studied Business Administration at Tennessee Tech, later acquiring his MBA online from the same. He is currently pursuing a DBA from Trevecca University while teaching CIS-170 and marketing consulting with local businesses. Noa’s mission in life is to motivate those around him to accomplish their most fantastical dreams. He describes himself as an adventurer, having seen all 50 states. He is a music man, aiming to see 12 live shows a year. Noa is a believer in KaiZen (continuous improvement), saying "Like a flower, the day we stop growing is the day we start dying. And I don't plan on dying until the day I die."        

A. TONY SMITH

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tlsmith@cumberland.edu
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B.A., Jackson Central-Merry Early College High
M.A., Trevecca Nazarene University
Ed.D., Trevecca Nazarene University

CHAD SMITH

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chadsmith@cumberland.edu
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B.B.A., Trevecca Nazarene University
M.B.A., Cumberland University
Mr. Chad Smith began at Cumberland University in the fall of 2018 as an adjunct professor of business. Within the business department, he teaches Introduction to Microcomputer Applications. Prior to his teaching experience, he has worked in healthcare for over 15 years with the last 10 as a healthcare business leader. Mr. Smith holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Management and Human Relations. He also holds a Masters in Business Administration. He holds multiple certifications in the radiology discipline with extensive training in computed tomography and MRI.

RUSSELL SKOGLUND

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rskoglund@cumberland.edu
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B.S., TN Technological University
M.S., TN Technological University
Ph.D., TN Technological University
Dr. Russell R. Skoglund is an adjunct Professor of Biology at Cumberland University. He is currently an employee of Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency and has been since 1983, except for a two-year stint with the Florida Game and Freshwater Fish Commission. Dr. Skoglund has served as a County Wildlife Officer, Regional Wildlife Biologist, and currently as a Regional Wildlife Manager.He has previously been an adjunct professor at Volunteer State Community College and Cumberland University. He is returning to CU for the second time.  Dr. Skoglund has earned a Baccalaureate of Science Degree from the Tennessee Technological University in Cookeville, a Master of Science Degree from Tennessee Technological University, and a Doctorate of Philosophy Degree from Tennessee Technological University. He has a professional Trapping Certificate from Purdue University. Dr. Skoglund is certified as a Boone & Crockett Big Game scorer. He has certificates for wildlife immobilization from Colorado State University, prescribed burning from Tennessee Division of Forestry, and the use of explosives from Omni Inc. Dr. Skoglund possesses licenses from the US Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and the Tennessee Board of Pharmacy both of which are necessary for purchase and possession of immobilization drugs. Dr. Skoglund’s most recent publication, Effects of Spinning-Wing Decoys on Mourning Dove Harvest Vulnerability in Tennessee can be found in the 2017 Edition of the Journal of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 4:66–67.  Links  
 

J. DANIEL PRIVOTT

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B.S., Wake Forest University
M.B.A., Vanderbilt University

Mr. Dan Privott began at Cumberland University in the fall of 2014 as an adjunct instructor. He teaches various accounting classes in the undergraduate business program.  Mr. Privott continues to work as a technology consultant specializing in Oracle and NetSuite implementation, upgrade and enhancement projects, which he has done for over twenty years.  Prior to consulting, he spent time in two Big 4 public accounting firms.  He is an active CPA and also has a PMP as a certified project manager.

Mr. Privott holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business from Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, NC and an MBA in Accounting and Finance from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN.  He is currently completing a Doctorate of Business degree with plans to graduate in the fall of 2021.

 

ANDREW REYNOLDS

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B.S., Cumberland University
M.S., American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine, Netherland
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Andrew J. Reynolds graduated from Cumberland University in 2000 with a Bachelors of Science Degree majoring in Biology with a minor in Chemistry.  During his time at Cumberland he enjoyed playing baseball for Coach Woody Hunt.  Andrew is now an adjunct instructor in The Labry School of Science, Technology, and Business here at Cumberland University.  He is currently teaching Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II and Medical Terminology.  He attended American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine and has served in the medical field in Sint Maarten, Netherland Antilles, as well as, London and Romford, England. Due to a family health issue, he returned home to help with his family’s pest control and termite business.  Andrew has been living back in Lebanon since 2007 and continues to take a major role in his family’s business.  He currently holds the company’s operational licensures issued through the Tennessee Department of Agriculture.  He has been an adjunct instructor at Cumberland University since 2009.  He is married to another Cumberland University alum, Melissa Reynolds, who teaches 7th Grade science at Winfree Bryant Middle School here in Lebanon.  
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