Fishers resident Bettyjo Bouchey has been announced as the new program director for undergraduate business programs at National Louis University’s College of Professional Studies and Advancement.
Bouchey is an associate professor of business and management, has taught at the school since 2015 and will now help NLU with its program development while overseeing program operations and continuing to teach courses.
“I believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to pursue post-secondary education — and National Louis University is one of the best places to do so,” Bouchey stated. “I am honored to join NLU and to help more students earn their degrees to advance their careers.”
Bouchey previously worked at Harrison College, where she was the vice president of instruction and was responsible for instructional activities across 13 campuses.
“Bettyjo is known for combining her deep understanding of pedagogy with caring, hands-on leadership of students, faculty and staff,” Dr. Judah Viola, dean of the College of Professional Studies and Advancement, stated. “We are thrilled that she is bringing her outstanding talents and experience to NLU as we continually improve our undergraduate business programs.”