Mark Gill

Associate Professor
MO 201 A
(859) 858-3511 ext. 2337

Dr. Gill has a successful track record of growing business operations under his supervision, from designing and creating needed initial marketing strategies, to recruiting, leading and training large volunteer groups, to developing multi-channel communications keeping volunteers and executives informed and aligned around a single plan, to the execution of large events and new opportunities.  He has grown a company from idea to start up, to running events leading to winning the rights to host a national championship.  Along with his practical experience is his publishing of refereed conference articles and a book chapter, and making presentations at the Americas Conference on Information Systems.


In his free time (what free time) he can be found trail running, watching baseball and soccer games at Asbury and relaxing with his family. 


BS from Randolph-Macon College
MS in Business from Virginia Commonwealth University
Ph.D. in Business Administration from Arizona State University

Courses offered: 
Principles of Management
Nonprofit Management
Management of Innovation
Intoduction to Business
Management Information Systems
Selected/Recent Publications: 

“Broadening the Business Discipline: Teaching the History of Business in the Faith Tradition,” (with D. Bosch & K. Brown), Christian Business Academy Review, Anderson, IN, Spring 2015


 “Broadening the Business Discipline: Teaching the History of the Busienss in the Faith Tradition” (with D. Bosch & K. Brown), Christian Business Faculty Association Annual Meeting and Conference, Nashville, TN, October 2014

Current research/scholarship: 

“Social Entrepreneurship,” (with T. Tumblin, T. Mucherera, J. Moon, D. Bosch, K. Brown) – a workbook and DVD based on the work of The Asbury Project. Expected publication date May, 2015.


Christian Business Faculty Association

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