Carmella Lennon, Ph.D.
- Visiting Professor of Entrepreneurship
- Interim Associate Director
Dr. Lennon is a native of Savannah, GA. She obtained both her bachelor’s and master’s degree from the illustrious university by the sea, Savannah State University. She received her doctorate degree from THEE Jackson State University in Business Management and a minor in Economics. Throughout her academic journey, Dr. Lennon has gained over 10 years of industry experience in healthcare, supply chain and logistics, and education. Her area of research is devoted to operations and supply chain management, and strategy. Dedicated to her research studies, she has placed in two doctoral research competitions, placing first and second place at the National Association of African American Studies Conference. She is an active member of several organizations and educational advancement organizations.
Tuesday, Wednesday. Thursday
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
- McWilliams, Lennon, Lowery (2022), “Impact of Experience and Education on Risk Attitude and Risk Perception of Supply Chain Management Professionals”, OPERATIONS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
Areas of Expertise
- Supply Chain Management
- Supply Chain Resiliency during a shock of disruption
- Inventory Management Practices and Strategy
- Black Entrepreneurship
- Social Entrepreneurship