Lenita Davis, Ph.D.

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Biography
La Dra. Lenita Davis se desempeña actualmente como la presidenta del departamento de Mercadotecnia y Publicidad de la Universidad de Arkansas en Little Rock, donde también es la directora Ejecutiva del programa de ventas. Como profesor titular, la Dra. en administración de negocios y mercadotecnia, ha publicado investigaciones que abarcan tres áreas clave de la mercadotecnia: ventas al mayoreo y al menudeo, y servicios. La Dra. Davis escribe frecuentemente para una variedad de publicaciones líderes, incluyendo el Journal of Retailing, Psychology and Marketing, the Journal of Business Research, Journal of Services Marketing, Journal of Personal Selling and Sales Management, y el International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management. La Dra. Lenita Davis obtuvo su título de doctorado de la Universidad de Cincinnati, y una Maestría en Administración de Negocios de la Universidad Xavier, y una licenciatura en Ingeniería Mecánica de la Universidad de Tuskegee.

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