The UC School of Business consistently garners praise as one of the most innovative business schools in the region, attracting talented students locally, regionally and internationally. Our world-class facilities, our location amid one of the region’s most dynamic business, historical, cultural and education centers, and, of course, our pioneering curriculum all distinguish the School of Business. But without our renowned faculty, committed to integrating cutting-edge theory with real-world business application, none of these things would matter.
Our faculty excels in teaching as well as real world business leadership, and the opportunity to share their insights and excitement in the most up-to-date and creative areas of business practice is one that students prize.
Nora T. Myers is an assistant professor and Director of Experiential Education for the School of Business at the University of Charleston. Ms. Myers previously held the positions of Executive Director of the Entrepreneurship Center and the Director of the Center for Career Development. Prior to her tenure at UC, Ms. Myers worked for the Innova Commercialization Group of the West Virginia High Tech Consortium as a manager. She has held positions with EDS in Dallas as a market development director for the electronic commerce and corporate strategy divisions, and as a commercial banker for banks in the Washington, DC area. Ms. Myers holds an MBA from the Kelley School at Indiana University, Bloomington, and a B.S. from Virginia Tech in Management. She is also a graduate of the Venture Capital Institute in Atlanta.