Livingston Appointed Director of Executive MBA Program in DallasJan. 12, 2007
Kate Livingston has been named as the new director of the Executive MBA program in Dallas for Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business.
"We are excited about the energy and experience that Kate brings to our program in Dallas," said Terry Maness, dean of the School. "Her proven track record in achieving results will be valuable to us in the competitive DFW Metroplex market."
In her new role, Livingston will be responsible for managing, marketing and administering all aspects of Baylor's Executive MBA Program in Dallas.
"I look forward to building on the prior success of the EMBA program, which has been in Dallas for 15 years," said Livingston. "My focus will be on growing the program to benefit even more mid-career professionals in the Metroplex, enabling them to take advantage of this convenient and high-quality program."
Livingston comes to Baylor from the University of New Mexico, where she was associate dean for Executive Education and Community Outreach, serving on the executive leadership team for the Anderson Schools of Management. She had responsibility for the UNM Management Development Center and Executive MBA program and also contributed to the School's AACSB re-accreditation process, retooling the School's Career Services Office and launching a professional part-time evening MBA program in conjunction with Intel Corporation. In addition, she was a founding member of the Women in Leadership Council for the United Way of Central New Mexico, which focuses on increasing women's involvement in philanthropy and board leadership. Prior to that, Livingston worked for Price Waterhouse, Hyatt Hotels, the University of Miami and the University of New Orleans. She earned her undergraduate degree magna cum laude in Business from Florida State University's hospitality program and her MBA from the University of New Orleans.