The New Dean of the College of Business at Dillard University in New Orleans

Kristen Broady is the new dean of the College of Business at Dillard University in New Orleans.  She is a former lecturer in economics at Howard University in Washington, D.C. Earlier in her career, Dr. Broady was dean of the division of business and computer science at Atlanta Metropolitan State College. She has served on the faculty at Fort Valley State University in Georgia and Benedict College in Columbia, South Carolina.

Dr. Broady stated that “my goal is to involve the students in even more business plan and case competitions. I want to bring innovative business leaders to the College to share advice and opportunities with our students. I also want to increase students’ chances of getting internships, gaining acceptance into graduate school, and earning permanent placement career opportunities. I also plan to increase enrollment and retention by offering the courses that students need, advisement to ensure progress, introducing programs and speakers to encourage them, and displaying great customer service.”

Dr. Broady is a graduate of Alcorn State University in Mississippi, where she majored in criminal justice. She holds an MBA and a Ph.D. in business and economics from Jackson State University in Mississippi.

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  1. Hello Dr. Broady:

    Congrats on your appointment as Dean of the College of Business.

    Continued success.


    James A. Johnson Esq.

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