Career Services in Business Administration and Economics
Meet the Career Team
|Douglas Cooper, Director of Special Programs in Business and Economics
Mr. Cooper supports students in the career planning and placement process and works with department faculty to develop and implement student development programs. He strives to constantly expand and develop our employer network to connect them with outstanding students to meet their hiring and placement needs.
|Christina Womack, Administrative Assistant II
Ms. Womack assists in everyday operations to ensure the office is running smoothly and efficiently. Additionally, she is dedicated to ensuring that we maintain a good working relationship with alumni who provide jobs and experiences for students to learn about their career field and the work environment.
Feel free to contact Ms. Womack for any questions or campus recruiting needs you may have.
Office: (470) 639-0247
|Dr. Rubina Malik, Career Coach and Facilitator
Dr. Malik, an assistant professor in Business, strives to bring real world knowledge and experience to our students. A certified executive coach, her research and views on career development strategies have been published in the Harvard Business Review and she has been quoted in Essence Magazine. Dr. Malik provides principled one-to-one and group coaching to students who are in business or seek to work in a business environment, as well as gives student career development-based presentations across the campus as requested.
Feel free to contact Dr. Malik to schedule an appointment or discuss a special topics workshop.
Dr. Belinda J. White, Faculty Coordinator for Student Development
The faculty coordinator supervises a program manager and, along with the faculty committee for student development, leads a number of divisional initiatives. The faculty coordinator works with the department chairs, director of special programs and student development program manager to develop clear goals, implement program assessment, and make recommendations to the faculty committee and division faculty, generally, to revise programming to meet divisional student development goals.
Lavonya Jones, Student Development Program Manager
Mrs. Jones serves as a logistical coordinator working closely with the faculty coordinator to ensure successful divisional student development initiatives. A third-generation HBCU graduate, Mrs. Jones is passionate about developing scholarly men with disciplined minds who will lead lives of leadership and service, focusing on a holistic approach to student success in the Division of Business Administration and Economics.
Please feel free to contact our staff at any time if you have questions. We can be reached at:
Division of Business Administration and Economics Career Services
Leadership Center - Room 222
830 Westview Drive
Atlanta, GA 30314
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.