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NEW ORLEANS — Dillard University’s Division of Academic Affairs announces the appointment of Drs. Kristen Broady, Sheila Haynes and Professor Cloteal Sutton-Moore to the Eben Hardie Jr Finance Endowed Professorship, Barron Hilton Nursing/Pre-Medical Careers Endowed Professorship, and Gloria Kabacoff Endowed Professorship in Nursing Pedagogy, respectively.

Dr. Broady, dean of Dillard’s College of Business has previously served on the faculties of Howard University, Alabama A&M University, Dominican University, Fort Valley State University, and Kentucky State University and as a visiting faculty member at Jiangsu Normal University in Xuzhou, China during the summer of 2019. Dr. Broady is the proprietor of KBroad Consulting and has served as a consultant for the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies in Washington, D.C.; a senior research fellow for the Center for Global Policy Solutions in Washington, D.C.; a consultant for the City of East Point, Georgia and as an HBCU consultant for season two of The Quad on Black Entertainment Television (BET) in Atlanta. 

Dr. Broady is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, The Baltimore Chapter of The Links, Incorporated, the National Economic Association, the American Economic Association, the Southern Economic Association and the Academy of Management. Recent publications include “Passing and the Costs and Benefits of Appropriating Blackness," and “Race and Jobs at High Risk to Automation”.  She has presented her research, served on panels and been invited to speak at conferences across the nation including the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia’s 2018 national conference. Her essays were featured in 2018 and 2019 State of Black America, the National Urban League’s annual publication, and she was the recipient of the 2018 Best Female Faculty Award from HBCU Digest. Dr. Broady has served as a contributor for #RolandMartinUnfiltered and ABC News Live.  She earned a B.A. in Criminal Justice at Alcorn State University and an MBA and Ph.D. in business administration with a major in economics at Jackson State University. Dr. Broady is a native of Chicago, Illinois and an attendee of Trinity United Church of Christ.

Dr. Sheila Chachere Haynes, Ph.D., MN, RN returned to her alma mater, Dillard University in August 2018 after retiring from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette; this is her second tour at Dillard. Upon appointment, Haynes was recommended for and awarded the Barron Hilton Nursing Premedical Careers Endowed Professorship. Her education spans from receiving a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Dillard, Master’s Degree from Louisiana State University and a doctorate in Nursing from Southern University and A&M College. Throughout her career, Dr. Haynes has worked in public and private medical agencies. Her clinical experiences include direct and indirect patient care in adult medical-surgical, orthopedic nursing, burn intensive care, oncology, and psychiatric mental health nursing. Her administrative experience spanned from the head nurse and administrative supervisor in units with at least 60 patients. At Dillard, Dr. Haynes teaching responsibilities include Community, Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing and First-Year Seminars and she chairs the College of Nursing’s Admission, Progression and Retention Committee, mentors nursing students and serves as Junior Level Coordinator.  She is a member of National Black Nurses, Dillard University Professional Organization of Nursing, National League for Nursing, and Sigma Theta Tau – Epsilon Nu Chapter. Dr. Haynes has served Dillard University with her intellectual skill set and aptitude for 23 years. 

Professor Cloteal Sutton-Moore is currently an Associate Professor in the College of Nursing at Dillard University. She is a graduate of Dillard University, where she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She holds a Master's of Science in Nursing with a concentration in Healthcare Management and a Master's of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix. Professor Sutton-Moore has been a Registered Nurse specializing in Adult Health, Oncology, Surgery, Endo, Emergency Medicine, Education, Telemetry, and Neurology/Stroke for 17 years. She also served 10 years in the U.S. Army Reserves and before her role at Dillard, Professor Sutton-Moore was an educator at Ochsner Kenner Region Clinical and also served as the Critical Products Manager for LCMC Hospital. She currently is working on obtaining her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree so she can become a Family Nurse Practitioner.

The Eben Hardie Jr Finance Endowed Professorship, Barron Hilton Nursing/Pre-Medical Careers Endowed Professorship, and Gloria Kabacoff Endowed Professorship in Nursing Pedagogy are partially funded by support from the Louisiana Board of Regents. 

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