Ellen B. Ramsey
There is a certain comfort at Lynn University knowing there is genuine concern and appreciation for all those that step foot on campus; whether as a student, employee or guest. I truly feel like part of a family here when I’m among my colleagues in several departments on campus. I started out here as a student back in the late 80’s, seeing first hand how much my professors cared about my education. Now, for over twenty years, as part of the faculty, I’ve seen the wonderful expansion of the campus and all the plans for 2020 and beyond! It’s such a pleasure interacting with my students and seeing their excitement and motivation as they advance toward their academic degrees.
Ellen Bruno Ramsey began teaching on campus for Lynn University, as an adjunct instructor, in 1994 for the College of Business and Management, after receiving her Master's Degree (with a concentration in International Business). Ellen was one of the first professors to develop online courses in business and also became, as Dr. Don Ross coined her, Lynn University's first "Triple Knight" after receiving all three degrees from her alma mater.
Presently teaching online since 2003, Dr. Ramsey believes it is crucial for the student in an online class to receive feedback and know that the professor is able to be reached at a moment's notice. She has prided herself on returning emails usually sooner than expected to foster that connection for students to feel assured, especially if they are new to the online learning environment.
Before completing her Ph.D., she was the Director of Research for a money management firm and also hosted her own financial talk radio call-in program, entitled "Buy, Sell, or Hold." She is still active in providing occasional financial radio commentary as well as conducting research based on unique and proprietary analysis within the investment markets.
B.S., Lynn University (1991)
M.P.S., Lynn University (1994)
Ph.D., Lynn University (2001)
Entrepreneurship, Enterprise and Ethics
Human Resource Management
Leadership and Managing of Business Organizations
Leadership for Organizations in Crisis and Reputation Management
Leadership in public administration
Managing for organizational effectiveness
Marketing in a global economy
Marketing theory and research
Reputation management for organization
Areas of scholarship
- Radio broadcasting
- Research analysis