Michael Coyne, Assistant Professor, Program Chair

Mr. Coyne has 30+ years’ experience in business world, including 25 years in the automotive industry.  Mr. Coyne holds a Master’s of Science in Business Administration from Central Michigan University and a Bachelor in Business Administration from Oakland University in Auburn Hills, Michigan.  Mr. Coyne also has an Associate’s Degree in Applied Electronics from Baker College in Flint, Michigan.  Mr. Coyne’s experience includes retail sales, inside-sales, field service technician, and project management.  As a project manager, Mr. Coyne has worked with manufacturing, marketing, engineering, and had the honor of working on a secured military project for the U.S. Army.   Mr. Coyne teaches business, management, entrepreneurship, and projects courses at Vincennes University.   “Teaching is a privilege.  The opportunity to help young people prepare for tomorrow with the skills and knowledge to be successful is something I do not take for granted.  I believe all students have potential.”

 

 

 

 

 

Jennifer Pacheco, Assistant Professor

Mrs. Pacheco has 26 years of experience in business and management. She is a veteran of the United States Army and holds a Bachelor of Business and a Masters of Business Administration from Dallas Baptist University. Mrs. Pacheco is currently working on her dissertation to complete a PhD in Industrial and Organizational Psychology at Grand Canyon University. She has extensive experience leading small and large teams in the public and private sectors. Mrs. Pacheco teaches business, management, sales, marketing, and classes relating to managerial interactions in the workplace. “I believe in bringing experiential learning to the classroom, allowing students to learn through simulations and interactions with current business leaders from a wide variety of backgrounds and industries. As a life-long learner, I can easily relate to the challenges involved with managing a full load of coursework with other responsibilities. I try to help my students learn new ways to manage these competing priorities to get the very best education and gain the skills needed to be successful in today’s business environment.”    

 

 

 

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