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AUTHOR’S BIO Dr. Lillie M. Hibbler-Britt is a native of Orangeburg; SC. Lillie is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of Claflin University, in Orangeburg. She received an MBA from Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green OH and recently earned a Doctorate of Philosophy in Organizational Behavior, Human Resources., from Capella University in Minneapolis MN.
Dr. Hibbler-Britt has over 24 years of experience in corporate America in both the defense and financial services industries. In 2009 she launched her own financial services company, The Focus Investment Team.
In July 2012 she left corporate America and accepted the position of Campus College Chair for the School of Business at the University of Phoenix Jersey City Campus. Dr. Hibbler-Britt has taught both graduate and undergraduate Human Resources courses and is involved in the Human Resources Curriculum development committee and is a Research Fellow for the University of Phoenix.
She is member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc., Fountain Baptist Church and served as a UNCF volunteer. She was also recognized by the UNCF as a Dr. Maya Angelou Woman Who Leads. Dr. HibblerBritt also served as a Human Relations Commissioner for the City of York, PA. She enjoys photography, golfing, fishing, writing, painting and walking.
In 2011 Dr. Hibbler published her first literary work: River Voices: Breaking the Silence: a social political ideology of issues affecting the African American community through commentary, poetry and photography. She is currently working on her second book.
Dr. Hibbler-Britt has two daughters: Randalyn Cyncere and Treysure Denise.
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