Baruch College’s Sabrina Kizzie Honored by the American Marketing Association

Sabrina Kizzie, a doctoral lecturer in the dsepartment of communications studies at Baruch College in New York City, was recently inducted into the American Marketing Association’s (AMA) Marketing Hall of Fame and was honored with the AMA NYC Choice Award.

Dr. Kizzie teaches several courses on social media, digital media and culture, marketing, public relations, and the internship course. Dr. Kizzie’s groundbreaking research on Black millennials and mobile advertising has garnered widespread attention on a national level. She was named the 2017 National Doctoral Fellow by the National Association of University Women.

Dr. Kizzie holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing and a master of public administration degree in health care administration from Long Island University. She earned a doctorate in business administration from California Southern University.


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