Faculty and Staff

Faculty and Staff

This service is provided to facilitate communication between members of the Campbell University Camp Lejeune communities. The information provided presents public directory information for Campbell personnel (faculty and staff). If you have any questions, problems or comments about this directory service, please contact cloffice@campbell.edu

Our faculty and staff are what makes us unique.  Most of our faculty have served with Campbell for over 5 years and have served at other locations including Main Campus, Online, RTP, Fort Bragg, Pope, and Raleigh.  

Ms.  Miriam Appleton

 Administrative Assistant

 appleton@campbell.edu

Ms.  Miriam Appleton

 Administrative Assistant

 appleton@campbell.edu

Mr.  John Bradway

 Adjunct Professor-Accounting

 bradwayj@campbell.edu

Education/Certifications
•  Internal Auditor
•  Bachelor of Arts, Business Administration, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New

Mr.  John Bradway

 Adjunct Professor-Accounting

 bradwayj@campbell.edu

Education/Certifications
•  Internal Auditor
•  Bachelor of Arts, Business Administration, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New
Jersey
•  Masters of Science, Systems Management, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California
•  Certified Public Accountant, Licensed in North Carolina and South Carolina
•  Certified Management Accountant
•  Chartered Global Management Accountant
•  Certified Internal Auditor
•  Certified Fraud Examiner

Work and Teaching
Mr. Bradway served in the United States Marine Corps for 23 years, first as an air traffic
controller, and then in auditing and finance. Mr. Bradway is presently a Regional Director for
the Marine Corps Non-appropriated Fund Audit Service. Mr. Bradway has taught accounting and
auditing at Campbell University Camp Lejeune Campus as an adjunct faculty member since
2001.

Mrs.  Amanda Campos

 Adjunct Professor-Political Science

Education/ Certifications
• Master of Arts in International Relations: New England College,…

Mrs.  Amanda Campos

 Adjunct Professor-Political Science

Education/ Certifications
• Master of Arts in International Relations: New England College, Henniker, New Hampshire
• Bachelor of Arts in American History, New England College, Henniker, New Hampshire

Teaching
Mrs. Campos joined the Campbell University fault in 2012. She currently teaches Intro to Comparative Foreign Government, International Political Economy, 20th Century American Foreign Politics, Scope and Methods, and The National Government,. 

Ms.  Brenda Carey

 Adjunct Professor-Psychology

 careyb@campbell.edu

Good day. My name is Brenda Carey. I have been with Campbell University for over ten years.…

Ms.  Brenda Carey

 Adjunct Professor-Psychology

 careyb@campbell.edu

Good day. My name is Brenda Carey. I have been with Campbell University for over ten years. I develop and teach psychology and business courses. I work both online and at the Camp LeJeune site. Aside from teaching, I am a private practioner working with those dealing with life stressors or mental health issues. I am an LPCS, licensed to provide credentialed supervision to post graduate students working to meet requirements for licensure. Lastly, I work with military and their families in the capacity of a Military Family Life Counselor. It's a free, mobile, confidential resource for all affiliated. Please feel free to communicatate if you have any questions about my varied vocational tasks. Thank you for your time.

Mr.  Thomas Crabtree

 Adjunct Professor-Information Technology Security(ITS)

 crabtreet@campbell.edu

Mr.  Thomas Crabtree

 Adjunct Professor-Information Technology Security(ITS)

 crabtreet@campbell.edu

Mr.  David English

 Adjunct Professor-Science

Education

  • MA Ed. in Biolog from Eastern Carolina University
  • BS Ed.…

Mr.  David English

 Adjunct Professor-Science

Education

  • MA Ed. in Biolog from Eastern Carolina University
  • BS Ed. Biology/Earth Science from West Virgina University

Work history

Mr. English started working for Campbell University in 1991. He teaches Biology 101, Botany,  and Environmental Sciences 111 and 112.

Rev. Dcn  Gerald Fatica

 Adjunct Professor-Psychology

Education/Certifications
BA, Psychology, Gannon University Erie Penna
MA, Clinical Psychology, Edinboro University, Edinboro Penna

Rev. Dcn  Gerald Fatica

 Adjunct Professor-Psychology

Education/Certifications
BA, Psychology, Gannon University Erie Penna
MA, Clinical Psychology, Edinboro University, Edinboro Penna
Ordained to the RC Clergy in 2004
Certification in Gerontology, Gannon University Erie Penna

Teaching/Research
Mr. Fatica began teaching at Campbell University in 1995 and during his tenure he has taught numerous psychology courses at the camp Lejeune Extended Campus.

He completed a five month full-time internships at a Veteran Affairs Medical Center. His philosophy is “learning is the one thing that no one can take from us,

and it is the treasured property of the owner”.

Working with adult students and their various circumstances has been a journey all the more distinctive and notable for him. He was educated in the same manner!

His goal as an instructor is to use his work philosophy to create an environment of positive perspective for his students.  He is an ordained (RC) permanent deacon

and utilizes his ministry as a belief in the dignity of each individual.  He presently is in private practice in the Jacksonville area

Ms.  Patricia Frazier

Ms.  Patricia Frazier

 Business Manager

 frazier@campbell.edu

Dr.  Steven Gilchrist

 Adjunct-History

Dr.  Steven Gilchrist

 Adjunct-History

Ms.  Deanna Girard

 Lead Academic/SOC Counselor

 girardd@campbell.edu

Ms.  Deanna Girard

 Lead Academic/SOC Counselor

 girardd@campbell.edu

Mr.  Michael Gonzales

Mr.  Michael Gonzales

 Classroom Coordinator

 gonzalesm@campbell.edu

Rev.  Robert Hall

 Director, Camp Lejeune Extended Campus

 hallro@campbell.edu

My name is Robert Hall and I am the current Director, since Fall 2012, and have been…

Rev.  Robert Hall

 Director, Camp Lejeune Extended Campus

 hallro@campbell.edu

My name is Robert Hall and I am the current Director, since Fall 2012, and have been teaching Religion classes for Campbell University at Camp Lejeune since 1993.  My educational career consists of an A.A. degree from Coastal Carolina Community College, a B.S. degree from Campbell University, a M.R.E. degree from Southeastern Theological Seminary with additional studies at Duke Divinity School and UNC at Wilmington.  I have served in Pastoral roles for numerous churches and currently serve as Associate Pastor for Traditional Worship at Living Hope Community Church, Jacksonville, NC.  Having served in the USMC from 1974-1978, and being stationed here at Camp Lejeune it is an honor to be a part of this program.

Mrs.  Tricia Holcombe

 Adjunct Professor-Math

 tholcombe@campbell.edu

Education
• Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Sweet Briar College, Virginia
• MME (Masters in…

Mrs.  Tricia Holcombe

 Adjunct Professor-Math

 tholcombe@campbell.edu

Education
• Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Sweet Briar College, Virginia
• MME (Masters in Mathematics for Educators), Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Massachusetts

Teaching/Research
Mrs. Holcombe has been teaching for 14 years in a variety of settings.  She has 12 years of secondary instruction experience, including 5 years as a curriculum and professional development specialist.  She was also a full time instructor at Coastal Carolina University.  She currently is an adjunct instructor for both Campbell University and Coastal Carolina Community College.  Her teaching interests are in the areas of Statistics and Calculus.

Mr.  William Joyce

 Adjunct-Business

Mr.  William Joyce

 Adjunct-Business

Mrs.  Amanda Ledwith

 Adjunct Professor-Political Science

Education/ Certifications
• Master of Arts in International Relations: New England College, Henniker, New Hampshire

Mrs.  Amanda Ledwith

 Adjunct Professor-Political Science

Education/ Certifications
• Master of Arts in International Relations: New England College, Henniker, New Hampshire
• Bachelor of Arts in American History, New England College, Henniker, New Hampshire

Teaching
Mrs. Campos joined the Campbell University fault in 2012. She currently teaches Intro to Comparative Foreign Government, International Political Economy, 20th Century American Foreign Politics, Scope and Methods, and The National Government,.

Dr.  Johanna Little

 Adjunct Professor-Business Administration

Education/Certifications

• Bachelor of Arts, Communication Studies, University of North Carolina at Wilmington
• Master…

Dr.  Johanna Little

 Adjunct Professor-Business Administration

Education/Certifications

• Bachelor of Arts, Communication Studies, University of North Carolina at Wilmington
• Master of Business Administration, East Carolina University
• Doctor of Education, Human and Organizational Learning, the George Washington University
• Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) Teaching/Research

Teaching/Research

Dr. little joined Campbell University in 2012. She currently teaches business courses to include Business Communication, Critical Thinking, Entrepreneurship Seminar, and Principles of Marketing. Dr. Little holds an Ed.D in Human and Organizational Learning from the Executive Leadership Program at The George Washington University, and an M.B.A. from East Carolina University. She completed her dissertation research on The Relationship between Psychological Capital and Learning Organization Dimensions in a Community Medical Center: An exploratory survey research study. Prior to joining Campbell University, Dr. little was a scholarly practitioner and senior professional in human resources. She has conducted research primarily with community hospitals and has a passion for research in positive organizational scholarship, adult learning, and organizational development.

Mr.  Herman Martin

 Adjunct Professor-Information Technology & Security(ITS)

 martinh@campbell.edu

Education
• Bachelor of Science Industrial Technology, Southern Illinois University
• MS Teleprocessing Science,…

Mr.  Herman Martin

 Adjunct Professor-Information Technology & Security(ITS)

 martinh@campbell.edu

Education
• Bachelor of Science Industrial Technology, Southern Illinois University
• MS Teleprocessing Science, University of Southern Mississippi
• MS Computer Science, State University of New York, Utica/Rome

Teaching
Herman joined the Campbell faculty in 2000. He currently teaches a variety of Information Technology & Security courses in the blended and online environments. Prior to joining the Campbell faculty, Herman was a classroom lecturer for several colleges in Utica, New York and Omaha, Nebraska following a twenty year Air Force career.  His teaching interests are in the areas of information security, telecommunications, and computer programming.  Herman’s primary objective as an instructor is to inspire every student to recognize his/her potential and assist every student to learn the ability to learn.

Faculty Web site:
http://web.campbell.edu/faculty/martinh/start/

 

Mrs.  Sharon Mcbeth

 Adjunct Professor-English

 mcbeths@campbell.edu

Education
• BA degree in English, Baylor University
• Licensure in Secondary Education

Mrs.  Sharon Mcbeth

 Adjunct Professor-English

 mcbeths@campbell.edu

Education
• BA degree in English, Baylor University
• Licensure in Secondary Education
• MA degree in English Literature, University of TN-Knoxville

Teaching/Research
Ms. McBeth taught middle school English for nine years. In 2002, she joined the Campbell University faculty as an adjunct instructor of English. With the exception of the three years her family was stationed in Italy, Ms. McBeth has taught at Campbell University. She currently teaches writing classes and British Literature.


 

Mr.  Sidney Miles

 Adjunct Professor-History

Mr.  Sidney Miles

 Adjunct Professor-History

Dr.  Lee Milliner

 Adjunct Professor-Religion

 millinere@campbell.edu

Dr.  Lee Milliner

 Adjunct Professor-Religion

 millinere@campbell.edu

Dr.  Kenneth Morefield

 Associate Professor of English

 morefieldk@campbell.edu

Dr.  Kenneth Morefield

 Associate Professor of English

 morefieldk@campbell.edu

Mr.  Marion Murrell

 Adjunct Professor- Religion

Mr.  Marion Murrell

 Adjunct Professor- Religion

Mr.  Jeff O'Byrne

 Adjunct Professor- Information Technology

Education

Degrees: BA (history) 1960, Westminster College, Fulton, Missouri
MS (Systems Management) 1987, University of…

Mr.  Jeff O'Byrne

 Adjunct Professor- Information Technology

Education

Degrees: BA (history) 1960, Westminster College, Fulton, Missouri
MS (Systems Management) 1987, University of Southern California

Work history

Experience: Coastal Carolina Community College, Computer Literacy 1990
Campbell University, Computer Information Systems from 1998
 

Ms.  Dana Ogden-Sutherland

 Adjunct-Math

Ms.  Dana Ogden-Sutherland

 Adjunct-Math

Mrs.  Bonnie Peter

 Adjunct Professor- Business

 peterb@campbell.edu

Education:
Louisiana State University, BS Degree, School of Business, 1969
Wake Forest University School…

Mrs.  Bonnie Peter

 Adjunct Professor- Business

 peterb@campbell.edu

Education:
Louisiana State University, BS Degree, School of Business, 1969
Wake Forest University School of Law, Juris Doctor, 1974

Practice of Law:  27 years, including 18 years as corporate counsel for AT&T Corp.   and its spin-off companies, Lucent Technologies and Avaya.  Areas of responsibility included:
• Member of the corporate headquarters legal staff in support of the AT&T Treasury Organization.  In such capacity, responsibilities included: a) the development of bankruptcy policy and procedures and coordination of bankruptcy matters and training of AT&T Regional Attorneys; and b) legal support for AT&T’s position on the Official Unsecured Creditors Committee for the Eastern Air Lines Bankruptcy;
• Provided legal support for corporate aviation division, including the negotiation of aircraft purchases and sales.
• Member of a sales division’s leadership/managing council applying legal concepts to day-to-day issues of running a business – support of sales team, subcontracts, intellectual property rights, development of marketing offers addressing antitrust pricing and related issues
• Corporate Counsel in support of the Global Procurement Organization and due diligence for M&A projects – more particularly (i) global support of the semiconductor and other factories, domestic and international, including a purchasing consortium for manufacturing equipment; (ii) the centralized global component purchasing group, including just-in-time delivery arrangements (iii) the equipment leasing organization.  Such legal support included the negotiation with third parties of development and design agreements with emphasis upon allocation of intellectual property rights, as well as the development of contract templates and training for 800 procurement managers.

Teaching Experience:  30  plus years of experience as an adjunct professor teaching in accredited business administration programs at both the graduate and undergraduate levels.

Publication:  Member of the ABA Editorial Team, 1983 for the ABA Term Loan Handbook. 

Licenses and Memberships:  Member of the North Carolina  Bar Since 1974

Ms.  Martha Sue Phoebus

 Adjunct Professor-English

Education/Certifications

• Bachelor of History and English, University of North Carolina at Wilmington,…

Ms.  Martha Sue Phoebus

 Adjunct Professor-English

Education/Certifications

• Bachelor of History and English, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Wilmington, NC

• MA, Teaching, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Wilmington, NC Teaching

Mrs. Phoebus joined the Campbell University faculty in 2013. She currently teaches introductory English and literature classes.

Mr.  Edward Piper

 Adjunct-Psychology

Mr.  Edward Piper

 Adjunct-Psychology

Mr.  Julian Powell

 Adjunct-Psychology

Julian Powell has a M.A. in Clinical Psychology from East Carolina University.  He took post-degree courses in…

Mr.  Julian Powell

 Adjunct-Psychology

Julian Powell has a M.A. in Clinical Psychology from East Carolina University.  He took post-degree courses in Clinical Psychology from Fielding Institute, received a certificate in Vocational Counseling from the University of Arkansas, Little Rock and received a certificate in Criminal Justice from American University.  He is licensed as a Psychological Associate and Professional Counselor.  He is also certified as a case manager and a rehabilitation counselor.  For decades he directed a psychological team in the NC Division of Prisons and although retired, continues to provide services to NC DOP on a part time basis.  He has been a member, chair, or vice chair with the NC psychology license board for approximately 20 years.  He has taught psychology, counseling and criminal justice courses with ECU, Webster University, and Campbell University.

Mrs.  Julianne Rowland

Mrs.  Julianne Rowland

 Office Manager

 rowland@campbell.edu

Dr.  Michael Seda

 Adjunct Professor-Accounting

Dr.  Michael Seda

 Adjunct Professor-Accounting

Ms.  carol shores

 Adjunct-Environmental Science

Education

  • Masters of Science, The Pennsylvania State University -  Botany and Zoology
  • Bachelors…

Ms.  carol shores

 Adjunct-Environmental Science

Education

  • Masters of Science, The Pennsylvania State University -  Botany and Zoology
  • Bachelors of Science, The Pennsylvania State University -  Biology, English, Secondary Education
  • UNC, Wilmington, Courses toward Certification in Special Needs Teaching Curriculum

College Teaching Experience


Campbell University – since May 2000 in Environmental Science at CLNC Campus; Fort Bragg Army Campus;
Distance Education on Blackboard; and Botany at CLNC Campus

Coastal Carolina Community College – Instructor in Biology and Anatomy and Physiology
Penn State University - Graduate Teaching Assistant – Botany, Human Genetics, Plant Morphology, Biology
High School Teaching Experience in North Carolina
Jacksonville High School – Special Needs Science and English teacher
Professional Certification as Environmental Control Specialist at CLNC, MCB  DoD as Civilian Employee

Certifications

  • Environmental Management Department Licensed Safety Officer
  • Environmental Management Department Licensed Hazmat and Spill Response Team Member
  • Environmental Management Department Environmental Compliance and Safety/DOT Instructor
  • N.C. Licensed Grade 2 – Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator
  • N.C. Certified Analyst for water and wastewater analysis
  • Licensed Fork Lift Operator

Graduate of Systems Approach to Training Courses at CLNC for professional military trainers
Professional Self Development in Botanical Specialty – Orchid Biology, Ecology and Chemistry
World Orchid Conferences since 1984
Eastern Orchid Congress in late 1970s
Merritt Huntington Symposiums since 1990s; Mid-America Symposiums in 70s and 80s
International Phalenopsis Alliance Symposiums and regional meetings since 1990s
Attendance at American Orchid Society Regional and Local  judging and lecture programs since 1980s
Attendance at regional orchid society growers day training and commercial training sessions since 1990s

Other Professional Activities

Speaker at regional orchid societies programs and growers days
Write monthly column for local orchid society newsletter
Speaker at local orchid society and evaluation of monthly show table plants
Guest judge for Onslow Country Fair and N.C State Fair Horticultural Exhibits
Attendance at local environmental seminars, lectures and town meetings, etc.
Studied/toured diverse ecosystems worldwide, such Alaska tundra, Brazil tropical rain forest,  Australia outback

Mr.  David Shuster

 Adjunct-Government

Mr.  David Shuster

 Adjunct-Government

Mrs.  Leslie Slosky

 Adjunct Professor-Psychology

 lslosky612@gmail.com

Education/Certifications
• Bachelor of Science in Education California  University of Pennsylvania
• Masters in…

Mrs.  Leslie Slosky

 Adjunct Professor-Psychology

 lslosky612@gmail.com

Education/Certifications
• Bachelor of Science in Education California  University of Pennsylvania
• Masters in Social Work  West Virginia University
• PhD in Family Psychology  Capella University

Teaching
Dr. Slosky has been a member of the Campbell faculty since 1992. She has taught a variety of courses in both Psychology and Sociology. In addition, to teaching Dr. Slosky is a clinical social worker who worked as a counseling program manager for the Marine Corps from 1992 until her retirement in 2012.

Dr. Slosky's interests are in Developmental and Family Psychology.  Her goals as instructor are to assist students in the development of critical thinking skills and a thorough grounding in the study of Psychology.

Mr.  George Speth

 Adjunct-History

 spethg@campbell.edu

  Mr. George Speth was born in Charlotte, NC,  took a bachelor’s in history at SUNY Buffalo…

Mr.  George Speth

 Adjunct-History

 spethg@campbell.edu

  Mr. George Speth was born in Charlotte, NC,  took a bachelor’s in history at SUNY Buffalo and a master’s in history at UNC at Wilmington.  His graduate level concentration was US diplomatic history.   He has taught Western Civilization, US History and American Foreign Policy for Campbell since 1992, mainly at the Camp Lejeune and New River sites, and now teaches these classes primarily for Distance Education. 

He is married, has two adult children, and presently resides in Wilmington, North Carolina.
He strives to maintain fitness as a lap swimmer at the Wilmington YMCA pool, and kayaks regularly in the eastern North Carolina waterways.

Mr.  Flether Stubbs

 Adjunct-Music

Mr.  Flether Stubbs

 Adjunct-Music

Mrs.  Donna Trogdon

 Adjunct Professsor Homeland Security

Education/Certifications

• Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice/Homeland Security, Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, Tennessee
•…

Mrs.  Donna Trogdon

 Adjunct Professsor Homeland Security

Education/Certifications

• Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice/Homeland Security, Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, Tennessee
• MS, Criminal Justice/Homeland Security, Tiffin University, Tiffin, Ohio
• PhD, Public Policy Administration-Homeland Security Policy and Coordination, Walden University, Minneapolis, Minnesota (Enrolled)
• Level I & II, i2 Analyst’s Notebook
• Palantir Certified Instructor
• FEMA, Incident Command System

Teaching

Donna Trogdon joined Campbell University in 2013 and currently teaches courses in the Homeland Security curriculum.  Prior to joining Campbell University, Mrs. Trogdon was a Senior Intelligence Instructor who had the distinction of teaching to primarily military clients and traveling to various locations to train the intelligence cycle and applicable software. This travel took Mrs. Trogdon to Belgium to train NATO Special Operations Forces (SOF) and to various military bases and state agencies throughout the continental United States. She simultaneously served as Program Manager - Homeland Security.  Mrs. Trogdon also served as a Special Investigator for many years and worked on various types of cases pertinent to national security.  She completed her internship with the Homeland Security office in Nashville, Tennessee where she was assigned the duties of grant proposal writing for FY 2006.  Her teaching interests lie within the areas of Criminal Justice, Intelligence and Homeland Security related courses.