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Business Faculty and Staff A-H
Business Administration and Economics

 

 

Faculty A-H Faculty I-W
Ball, Greg Iazzetta, Frank
Beebe, Fred Keep, Ryan
Bernal, Maureen Lara, Maureen
Baker, Maureen Lynch, Christopher
Corsnitz, Bryan McMullen, Myke
Cummins, Megan Mucci, Jim
Canzano, Kirk Noggle, James
Canzano, Patty O'Toole, Sandra
Carbonaro, Nick Payne, Rick
Carr, Brennan Poston, Clarke
Chugh, Ritu Rajaram, Geetha
Cummins, Megan Ruiz, Katherine
Davis, Patti Saxton, Joseph
Daniels, Sheila Scholz, Suzanne
Faulkner, Karen Sonnier, Greta
Frank, Janice Taylor, James
Gale, Michael Walker, Steve
Harris, Jeanie Weinheimer, Tanya
Harris, Jermaine
Head, Angela
Hucker, Donald

 

 

 


 

Bryan Corsnitz

BRYAN CORSNITZ
Adjunct Professor 

bcorsnitz@lbcc.edu

 

 

Bryan Corsnitz is a member of the Business faculty, teaching courses in both financial and managerial accounting.  Bryan began his education at Long Beach City College studying business administration and then transferred to the University of California, Los Angeles where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Economics.  He received his Master of Business Administration in Finance and Accounting from the University of California, Davis.  Bryan is a California Certified Public Accountant.

Bryan began his accounting career with KPMG, LLP in 1988 and was promoted to management in 1992.  Throughout his career he specialized in financial statement audits of companies in manufacturing, services, and real estate.  He also has managerial experience in private industry.  Bryan has been teaching courses in accounting, economics, and finance at a number of colleges and universities since 1997.

 

 

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Fred Beebe

FRED BEEBE
Professor

fbeebe@lbcc.edu
(562) 938-4015
Office: T2355

 

 

 

Econ 1

Econ 2

 

 

 

 

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Kirk-Canzano

KIRK CANZANO

kcanzano@lbcc.edu
(562) 938-4473
Office: T2350

 

 

Kirk Canzano (a.k.a. The MetricMan) joined Long Beach City College's Business Administration department as a full-time faculty member in the Fall of 1999. He is a Certified Public Accountant with many years of business experience. In addition to working in public accounting with Ernst & Young, he has held executive positions in large multinational companies spanning a variety of industries. His career background includes accounting, financial analysis, marketing analysis, financial planning, strategic planning, project management, and major information system implementations. 

Though his early experience was primarily “large” company, after transitioning to teaching, Kirk provided consulting services to small businesses and not-for-profit schools and churches. He is a master level Microsoft Excel enthusiast and instructor. He teaches classes in QuickBooks and has helped organizations get more from their financial database.

Kirk has been a valued instructor in the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program for several years. He teaches with relaxed-intensity coupled with humor and wit to make the difficult topic of financial understanding non-threatening and valuable.

 

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Brennan Carr

BRENNAN J. CARR
Adjunct Professor 

bcarr@lbcc.edu

 

 

Brennan Carr began teaching at LBCC in 2007 as an adjunct professor in the Computer Applications and Office Technologies (CAOT) department where he teaches Business Communications courses both online and lecture. He also teaches business classes in the college's Business department.

Education

  • Ed.D. in Organizational Leadership from Pepperdine University (ABD - dissertation phase)
  • MBA with an emphasis in Finance from Pepperdine University
  • BBA in Business Management from National University

Scholarly Activities

  • Backstrom, H., Carr, B., McNeil, A., Nowlin, B., Williams, D. Strategies for Leading Change in Healthcare: Making it to the Top of the Class. "31 st Annual Conference of The Society of Educators and Scholars, Malibu , California , March 21-22, 2008.
  • Backstrom, H. Carr, B., McNeil, A., Nowlin, B., Williams, D., Strategies for Leading Change in Healthcare: Making it to the Top of the Class. Proceedings 31 st Annual Conference of The Society of Educators and Scholars . (Abstract only). Malibu , California , March, 2008.
  • Carr, B., Gill, R., Williams, D., Brytt-Stuart, J. Crisis Leadership Analysis and Observation. Proceedings 2007 Hawaii International Conference on Education , Honolulu , Hawaii , January 2007.
  • Carr, B., Gill, R., Williams, D. Crisis Leadership Analysis and Observations (presentation). 5 th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu , Hawaii , January 6-9, 2007.

Experience

  • Eight years experience in corporate strategic research & analysis (competitive intelligence, market research, financial analysis, corporate business strategy, etc.) where he built research/analysis positions from the ground up within a variety of organizations
  • Eight years experience in high-tech sales and sales management where he achieved numerous awards, including Sales Rep of the Year for a large multi-billion dollar company

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Karen Faulkner

KAREN FAULKNER

 kfaulkner@lbcc.edu
(562) 938-4629
Office: T2349

 

 

 

 

 

Professor Faulkner teaches in the International Business program. In addition to teaching, she develops enrichment activities for the students, such as internships, tours of the Port of Long Beach, video-taped mock interviews with local executives, and job shadowing with international business professionals. She has taken an active role in several educational technology projects and spoken at several conferences, such as TecEd, the League for Innovation, the Chancellor Office and the Society for the Advancement of Management.

Prior to joining the faculty at Long Beach City College, Professor Faulkner taught International Business and Marketing classes at the Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, a university in Mexico City. She has eight years of experience in various facets of International Business, including manufacturing, investments and construction equipment exports. Her academic training includes both a Master of Business Administration and a Master of International Management.

When Prof. Faulkner is not in the classroom or online, she keeps current in international affairs through research and travel.

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Prof Harris-Farace

JEANIE HARRIS 

jharris@lbcc.edu
Phone:(562) 938-4325
Office: T2366

 

 

Jeanie Harris-Farace was hired at Long Beach City College in 1986 as a full time Travel/Tourism Instructor.  She had been employed in the Tourism Industry for 15 years prior to that.  She had worked in various capacities in several Travel Agencies, as well as owning one.  She worked as a tour escort leading tours throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe, and the South Pacific.  She also worked for a major Tour Operator, starting as a sales representative and worked her way up to a Regional Sales Manager.  She was heavily involved in training and education in the Industry when she was hired at LBCC.

In addition to teaching, Jeanie has also been involved in many committees and was a Department Chair for the Distributive Education Department for 9 years.  She was instrumental in many changes within the Department, along with the name change to the Tourism Department.  The Tourism Department now consists of Baking, Culinary Arts, Hotel Management, Food & Beverage Management, and the Travel Industry. She has taught many Travel Industry and Hotel Management courses.  She also teaches the ServSafe Sanitation course. The Hotel Management, Food & Beverage Management, and the Travel Industry programs were discontinued three years ago.

Jeanie began teaching in the Marketing Program in 2006.  She currently teaches Salesmanship and Advertising.  Jeanie loves assisting students to gain the latest techniques and skills so that they become professionals in their positions. She describes her greatest accomplishments as going out in the community and seeing her students employed in good jobs and enjoying themselves!

 

Course related information for Jeanie Harris can be found on her Moodle pages.

 

 

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ANGELA HEAD
Adjunct Professor 

ahead@lbcc.edu

 

 

 

  • Master of Business Administration – University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT 
  • International Management Seminar – University of Maastricht, The Netherlands
  • Bachelor of Arts Liberal Arts – Stetson University, DeLand, FL
  • Human Resources Management – California State University, Long Beach, CA
  • Strategic Management of Public Organizations – University of California, Berkeley, CA
  • Computer/Business Skills – Santiago Canyon College, Orange, CA

Professor Angela Head has been a resident of Southern France, Central Spain, The Netherlands and traveled extensively throughout Western Europe, England, and Scotland.  In 2004 she began teaching accounting and business courses at Rio Hondo College in Whittier, California and in 2013 began teaching business courses for Long Beach City College. 

Her career includes nationwide assignments working with Southern California municipal government, the central bank of the United States of America’s federal government in Washington, D.C., and Fortune 100 companies in metropolitan New York/Connecticut. Some of her responsibilities were to perform financial analysis, accounting/foreign exchange, Security and Exchange Commissions’ reviews, and research for Federal Reserve Chairman and Board Members’ congressional reports.

As a participant in social and community services, Professor Head has performed operational oversight as a member on several Boards of Directors. She hopes to instruct, inspire and empower students to reach their goals and become future leaders.

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