Andrew Honeycutt

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Andrew Honeycutt
Born Andrew Honeycutt
Humboldt, Kansas, US
Residence Fayetteville, Georgia
Education Ottawa University; Boston University School of Management; Harvard Business School
Occupation Author, academic
Political party Republican[1]
Spouse(s) Deborah Honeycutt

Dr. Andrew Honeycutt (born in Humboldt, Kansas) is an African-American educator. He is the Distinguished Professor of Business at Shorter University; previously to holding this position, he was a Nissan Marketing Fellow at Northwestern University and was dean of business at two for-profit universities, Anaheim University and Argosy University.[2] He is married to Deborah Honeycutt, MD.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Eaton, Maynard (August 26, 2008), "Georgia GOP Official Snubs Black Republican Congressional Candidate", Black Politics on the Web .
  2. ^ "Shorter College Announces New Full-Time Faculty Members", Shorter News, Shorter University, September 11, 2007 .