Angela J Busby-Blackburn
- Location: SJ 219
- Phone: 937-229-3688
- Email: Contact
Angela has a J.D. from the University of Dayton, School of Law (UDSL), a M.A. in Management from Antioch University Midwest, and a B.A. in English from Kentucky State University. During her studies at UDSL, she focused on intellectual properties, completed her internship at the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (Office of Regional Counsel), volunteered in a wills for seniors program, and successfully represented clients in the U.D. Criminal Law Clinic.
Angela has taught a variety of courses at several institutions of higher learning with her primary focus being business and communication related classes. Her areas of expertise are marketing, community engagement, strategic/tactical planning, business to business relations, negotiations, conflict resolution, and change management. She has worked in non-profit, for-profit, and federal government environments, as well as provided professional consulting services to small business organizations.
She is a member of the American, Ohio, and the Dayton Bar Associations. In addition, Angela facilitates an English as a Second Language (ESL) Conversation Table supported by the City of Dayton Human Relations Council and the Dayton and Metro Library. She has a particular interest in helping ESL women become connected to the local community.
About Internships in Political Science
Why Should Students Participate in U.D. POL Internship Programs? In today’s marketplace, students must implement a multi-prong approach to differentiate themselves from their peer competitors and to demonstrate to employers that they are prepared and ready to succeed in their chosen professions. In order to be most competitive in their transition from college to the workplace, Political Science students should consider enrolling in the U.D. POL Internship Program.
U.D. POL Offers Students Meaningful Opportunities to Engage in the Real World!
- Learn about, connect into, and become involved in real challenges facing communities
- Test academic concepts and theories on real world issues
- Gain insight into public policy – effectiveness and real world impact
- Test your interests…expand career options
- Develop strong problem solving skills
In addition, POL Intern students can use the POL Internship Program to network with professionals, identify mentors, and cultivate professional relationships. For more information about semester internship opportunities, please contact me.
Internship Program courses:
- POL 495-P1
- POL 495-WC
Courses taught at other institutions:
- Strategic Marketing for Non-Profit Organizations
- Environmental Ethics
- Organizational Behavior
- Strategic Marketing
- Fundamental Writing
- Interpersonal Communications
- Writing Composition
- J.D. University of Dayton (Intellectual Properties)
- M.A. Antioch University Midwest (Management)
- B.A. Kentucky State University (English)
Professional Activities and Affiliations
- English as a Second Language, Facilitator of Conversation Table (City of Dayton Human Relations Council and Dayton Metro Library)
- American, Ohio, and Dayton Bar Associations