Supply Chain Management Faculty

Dr. Cassandra Bennett

Cassie Bennett, assistant professor of Accounting, has been a BU faculty member since 2014. Dr. Bennett earned her Doctorate of Business Administration in Accounting at Liberty University, MBA with Specialization in Accounting at Misericordia University, and undergraduate degree at Bucknell University. Her research interests include managerial accounting, specifically budgeting and cost accounting, data security, and blockchain. Before entering the academic realm, Dr. Bennett spent several years as a practicing CPA. She worked five years in the public accounting industry at ParenteBeard, LLC (now Baker Tilley) and three years as a financial analyst for SPX Thermal Product Solutions, a Fortune 500 company. Prior to joining Bloomsburg University, she was the budget manager for Lock Haven University.

Dr. Victoria Geyfman

Dr. Victoria Geyfman

Victoria Geyfman began her academic career in 2005. Before joining BU, she worked in the financial services research section of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. She received her Ph.D. in economics from Temple University. Dr. Geyfman’s research has focused on financial services institutions, bank regulations, emerging markets finance, and the status of women in business. She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in corporate finance, financial markets and institutions, and commercial bank management. A professor of Finance, Dr. Geyfman is a co-advisor for the student chapters of the Financial Management Association (FMA) and the Bloomsburg Investment Group (BIG), and serves as the director of Benner-Hudock Center for Financial Analysis in the Zeigler College of Business. Dr. Geyfman is a recipient of the university’s outstanding teaching award.

Dr. Christian Grandzol

Christian Grandzol

Christian Grandzol, professor of Management, maintains professional certifications in several aspects of supply chain management including logistics, transportation, production, inventory management, and end-to-end supply chain. He earned his doctoral degree at Marywood University. Combined with this academic and professional preparation, Grandzol is an active researcher focused on collaborating with industry professionals and multidisciplinary experts to develop Harvard-style teaching cases that motivate critical thinking and problem solving. Having spearheaded the chartering of the ASCM Student Chapter and collaborated on the design and implementation of the Supply Chain Management major, Grandzol is an advocate for student experiences. Dr. Grandzol is an accomplished instructor and has been recognized with several outstanding teaching awards at both the College and University levels.

Dr. John Grandzol

John Grandzol

John Grandzol, professor of Management, has significant academic and professional experience in operations and supply chain management. His graduate degrees in management science and operations management from Temple University developed his skills in quantitative methods and applied business models, while his professional experience in US Navy supply and logistics led to interest in decision models, business processes, and quality management as foundational business paradigms. He chaired the College’s Interdisciplinary Supply Chain Management Design Team. Grandzol designed several of the required courses, facilitates software integration, and coordinates all activities related to Supply Chain academic programs. He is a senior fellow of the American Society for Quality and holds certifications as Manager of Quality/Organizational Excellence and Supplier Quality Professional. Dr. Grandzol is a two-time recipient of the university’s outstanding teaching award.

Dr. Kenneth Hall

Dr. Kenneth Hall

Kenneth D. Hall is an associate professor of Marketing. He earned his doctorate at Cleveland State University in 2013. Prior to joining the faculty at Bloomsburg University, he taught at Cleveland State, the University of Akron, and Central Connecticut State University after a twenty-year industry career in agricultural trade media (during which he did pretty much every job there is in marketing and professional sales). Dr. Hall’s teaching interests include customer relationship management, business-to-business marketing, marketing analytics, and marketing research. His primary research interests are knowledge management and knowledge advantage as a fundamental component of competitive advantage, along with interfirm collaboration in differentiated business-to-business markets.

Dr. Ed Keller

Ed Keller is an assistant professor in the Information Technology, Analytics, and Business Education department. He received his bachelor’s degree from Indiana University of PA, and his master’s and doctorate from Pennsylvania State University. Keller is also Senior Director of Delivery at Sierra-Cedar, Inc., where he oversees implementation of complex Oracle Cloud and On-Prem ERP and Business Intelligence projects. Dr. Keller’s academic areas include Data Science and Cloud Analytics, ERP, Training and Delivery, and Project Management, and he has spear-headed a partnership between BU and the University of Rwanda. His research interests include business ethics and the use of Big Data by corporate leadership to affect strategic decision making in international business. He focuses on the impact of international companies who are missing the Cloud revolution and the impacts to economies, employees, and the market vertical.