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About Rebekah L. Hanousek-Monge

Rebekah comes to Molloy Business School with over 15 years of higher educational experience where she worked for a myriad of New York institutions including Queens College, Long Island University and most recently St. John's University. While in her past position, Rebekah ran and managed operational components for all graduate programs specific to the Peter J. Tobin College of Business. While under her leadership, Tobin experienced record high enrollment with emphasis on diversification. As a result of combined and collaborative efforts with key stakeholder and constituents, Tobin saw an increase in international students as well as a 51% representation of female students for MBA and MS programs. Effective and strategic organizational and operational management were daily functions relevant to her role and as a result, Rebekah was invited to start teaching management courses as an adjunct. Teaching has always been in the cards as her professional career began when she accepted a job as an English teacher in Yokohama, Japan. Four years later she worked in the corporate office of Teach For America where recruiting top prospective graduates was a priority in ensuring that all children had the opportunity to receive the best education possible. Due to the fact that strategy has always been a daily, integral component of everyday life, Rebekah found fascination in the English Premiership League and Fantasy Football. Last year she finished in the top 1% of the top 1%. She is an active contributor to fantasyfootball247.co.uk where she publishes two articles: Trends From the Top: What are the League Leaders Doing and Fantasy Football by Numbers. Other interests include photography and traveling. Rebekah loves spending time with her family, husband, two sons and three feline children. Rebekah has a B.A. from Smith College, an M.A. from Queens College and an Ed.D. in Instructional Leadership from St. John's University.

Positions

Present Assistant Professor, Molloy College School of Business
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Curriculum Vitae



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Courses

  • Leadership in Organizations, BUS 5400
  • Introduction to Business, BUS 1010

Education

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Ed.D., St. John's University - New York ‐ Instructional Leadership
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M.A., CUNY Queens College ‐ Urban Studies
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B.A., Smith College ‐ Anthropology
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Contact Information

rhanousek-monge@molloy.edu