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Alisa Sattler (Visiting Lecturer, Hospitality and Tourism Management): Alisa Sattler, Ed.D has over 25 years of culinary and hospitality experience as a chef, hospitality industry professional, and educator. and oversaw the operations of culinary and hospitality programs and the educational components of all related degree programs for Illinois Institute of Art – Chicago. Dr. Sattler is a proud graduate of Roosevelt University and her research interests include emotional intelligence, conversational intelligence, and the development of leadership skill sets to create successful organizational outcomes, for all hospitality industry stakeholders.

Steve Migacz (Assistant Professor, Hospitality and Tourism Management): Dr. Steve Migacz earned his PhD from Texas A&M University last August, where he had been employed as a full-time lecturer for the past two years. Dr. Migacz has over ten years of hospitality management experience, including part-ownership of the restaurant DJ’s, located in Concord, NC. Dr. Migacz is actively consulting with both private and public entities dedicated to promoting local tourism and hospitality, including the Monroe County Tourist Development Council and the World Food Travel Association.

Tao Sun (Assistant Professor of Accounting): Tao Sun received his master’s degree in accounting from Virginal Tech and PhD degree in accounting from Drexel University. He worked as a CPA before he joined the PhD program in Drexel University. His research interests include topics in financial accounting and managerial accounting, such as executive compensation, corporate governance and earnings quality. He has taught various managerial and financial accounting courses.


Marion Berry (Assistant Dean): Marion Berry is a Chicago native who comes to Roosevelt University with over 20 years of experience in higher education. She attended University of Nebraska- Omaha were she earned her Master of Science Degree in Counseling – Student Affairs Practice in Higher Education. Her experience includes academic advising, financial aid and enrollment management. She is a visionary when it comes to academic advising and is very passionate about working with students. Her personal motto is “Transforming lives, one student at a time.”

When she is not assisting student in reaching their educational and career goals, she is volunteering in the surrounding community, cooking and spending time with her family.

Lakeisha Robinson (Assistant Dean): LaKeisha joined HCB in September 2018. She graduated with a BS in Health Information Management from Tennessee State University in Nashville, TN and received her MBA from Saint Xavier University. She enjoys traveling the world (23 countries down and more to go!), teaching kids/adults how to swim, creating new memories with friends and family, and serving the community in which she lives.

Auvriel Greenlea (Administrative Secretary, Schaumburg Campus): Auvriel started at Roosevelt in 2016 in the Admission Office and joined HCB in June 2018. She graduated with a BA in English with honors from Northern Illinois University and received her MBA from Robert Morris University. She enjoys visiting art galleries and museums, spending time with family and friends and traveling.

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