Eunice Moseley, The Pulse of Entertainment columnist, accepts teaching position at California State University in Management
*Eunice Moseley, syndicated entertainment columnist of The Pulse of Entertainment (www.ThePulseofEntertainment.com), accepts teaching position at California State University in Management. Moseley is known for her public relations and business management seminars hosted at the national “Uplifting Minds II” entertainment conference held annually in Baltimore and Los Angeles. Moseley will be available to teach Management, Business, Public Relations and Marketing at any of its 23 campuses.
California State University, known as Cal State U, is the largest University system in California with 23 campuses state wide. Eunice will teach under the College of Business & Economics. Cal State U offers 129 difference Bachelors, 112 Masters, and three doctoral (PhD) degrees, as well as 22 teaching credentials.
It is a contractual entry level open-ended position (i.e., Lecturer) that can possibly lead to tenure. Moseley has a Bachelor in Telecommunications from Morgan State University, and a Masters in Management-Technology/Public Relations and a M.B.A. from UMUC (University of Maryland University College). Currently the mother of two and grandmother of three is in her second year in a PhD program at Walden University majoring in Management – Leadership and Organizational Change.
A Baltimore native, Eunice Moseley has over 30 years experience in Management that includes managing the Internet communications between the Pentagon and the Naval Annex (U.S. Navy, 1978-1980), and numerous management positions at The Baltimore Times (Sales Director, Business Manager, Entertainment Editor, and Promotions Director) since 1986. She is also owner of Freelance Associates (www.ThePulseofEntertainment.com/FreelanceAssociates.html) a public relations and business management consultant firm (since 1993). In 1999 she founded the “Uplifting Minds II” free entertainment conference currently held annually in Baltimore and Hollywood, California. The one day entertainment conference offers an entertainment business seminar panel that she hosts, and a national talent showcase competition for qualifying acts highlighting their vocal, songwriting and dancing skills (www.UpliftingMinds2.com).
Moseley can be reached at Freelance Associates, 562-424-3826, or via email at [email protected]. You can follow her on Twitter @EuniceMoseley or @ThePulseofEnter, and on Facebook @EuniceMoseley or @ThePulseofEntertainmentOnline.
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