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Laurie Rosner, DPS, MBA

Chair, Undergraduate Business Programs, Assistant Professor of Management

DPS, Pace University; MBA, Bay Path University

Dr. Laurie Rosner is the Chair of Undergraduate Business Programs and Assistant Professor of Management. She is a double Bay Path alumna with an undergraduate and graduate in business.

Dr. Rosner is an experienced executive, professor, entrepreneur, and community leader. She led the overall marketing and branding of a community bank at the level of Senior Vice President for over 20 years. She was part of the executive team who brought the bank from $285 million to $2 billion with public trading on NASDAQ Global Select Stock Market. She has received numerous marketing awards on branding and innovation and has been a guest speaker locally and nationally, including Stamford University Faculty Club and Harland Financial Solutions.

She has taught for over 10 years at Bay Path in the MBA program with a focus in management, marketing, leadership and strategy. She was honored with a Distinguished Teaching Award in 2013 from Bay Path. In 2019, Dr. Rosner was given the highest honor given by Bay Path University, the Estelle Leavitt Award for Teaching Excellence, for her unique and profound influence that Bay Path faculty exert on the educational experience and student potential. Dr. Rosner is willing to do anything to help students succeed and teaches for the love of teaching.

She is a graduate of Pace University in New York City with a doctorate in management. Dr. Rosner is a lifelong learner and believes in practicing what she teaches. As a practitioner, she owns A Story Making Company, LLC in Enfield, CT. Her company’s focus is Marketing, Business, and Leadership Strategies by creating ways to thread meaningful stories throughout every initiative by using cognitive, effective, and narrative engagement with strategic actions to achieve a company’s vision and growth/profit goals.

Being involved in the community is also very important to Dr. Rosner. She is the past 2016/2017 President of the Springfield Rotary Club, a past President of the North Central Connecticut Chamber of Commerce, a Board of Trustee member for the Willie Ross School for the Deaf in Longmeadow, MA and Board of Corporations member for Colony Care At Home in Springfield, MA. Dr. Rosner is the student Advisor for the Women in Business Club at Bay Path University along with the Club’s mentor for the annual business pitch event held each year on campus.

She is a private pilot, enjoys a round of golf, loves collecting bee-themed items, and lives in Enfield with her husband, Gary. Her mission is to inspire others to believe in themselves so they transform into the leader they are meant to be.