Karen Lynne-Daniels Ivy, PhD
Dr. Karen Lynne-Daniels Ivy is the Program Chair for the Bachelor of Arts in Business Information Systems in the Forbes School of Business at Ashford University. She holds a PhD in Organizational Management with a specialization in E-Business from Capella University, an MBA with a focus in Management/Marketing from St. Thomas University School of Law, and a BA in Applied Mathematics with a Computer Science focus from Washington University in St. Louis. Her professional career spans over 25 years of making contributions in business, technical, and leadership aspects of the aerospace, manufacturing, commercial consumer and office, health care, and information technology industries. An accomplished senior leader in the information technology services industry, she has principal expertise in strategic development and oversight, service delivery, program management, and technology transformation. Her university instructor experience encompasses both traditional and online educational environments. Currently, her focus is in Ashford University online degree programs in Business Administration, Business Information Systems, International Business, and Organizational Management. A resident of Parker, CO, she enjoys being involved and giving back to the community along with being a catalyst for change in our society, and she enjoys singing, golf, and travel. Her personal goal is to inspire others to achieve their ultimate goals in the educational arena and to explore their passions to the fullest.
See Dr. Lynne-Daniels Ivy discuss Ashford's Bachelor of Arts in Entrepreneurship program.
See Dr. Lynne-Daniels Ivy present "Navigating the Future With Your Personal Action Plan" at Forbes School of Business® Mentor Week.
An interdisciplinary team of Drs. Andree Swanson (Assistant Professor), Bill Davis (Instructor), Karen Ivy (Assistant Professor), Forbes School of Business; Christine McMahon, Assistant Professor, and Matt Laubacher, Academic Dept. Chair, College of Liberal Arts had a virtual presentation accepted: Lessons learned: Video in the online classroom. Virtual presentation, VII International Guide Conference: Cultural Identity in the Midst of Global Modernizations: The Role of Distance Education, Universidad Panamericana, Guatemala City, Guatemala.