Dayton School of Business Lecturers
Amelie Larson, CPA, MST
Amelie Larson received her Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Management from Washington and Lee University and completed Master of Science in Taxation from Bentley University in 2010. She is a partner at RFH and has worked in Chicago, IL and Washington, D.C. at tax accounting firms where she devoted most of her time on partnership tax compliance, consulting and research. Amelie also has experience with individual income taxation. Amelie has over 10 years of experience serving a wide variety of clients and industries.
Dan Lewis, Ph.D.
Dan Lewis is originally from New Jersey but after 15 years in the Bluegrass, calls the Commonwealth Home. His undergrad degree from Ursinus College is in Economics and Business Administration, his Masters of Divinity is from Fuller Theological Seminary and his Doctorate of Missiology from Asbury Theological Seminary focused on Emerging Missional Leadership Development. Dan served on staff with Young Life for 21 years and has served as the Executive Director of the River Foundation, the missional giving arm of First Southern National Bank, since 2008. Dan has been an adjunct professor with Asbury University since 2003 and is excited to be part of the Dayton School of business.
Chad R. Wadlington, J.D.
Chad Wadlington began teaching part time at Asbury in 2010. He is a practicing attorney who assists start-ups and established small businesses with risk management and litigation. He has structured and closed numerous complex commercial transactions. Wadlington has a B.A. from Murray State University and a J.D. from the University of Kentucky.
Cindy M. Dean
Cindy Dean is the Director of Graduate Admissions and Programs, and Adjunct Professor for Asbury’s Dayton School of Business. She holds a BBA in Marketing from the University of Georgia and an MBA from Asbury University. Cindy brings over 20 years of expertise to the School of Business from her experience in marketing, advertising, and graphic design in the marketplace and nonprofit sectors. Cindy and her husband Ken, have four children and enjoy hiking, renovating homes, and working together in the mission field.