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Allison Hubley-Patterson

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Allison Hubley-Patterson, Instructor
MBA Programs, Department Coordinator
Maine College of Business
BA from Oakland University,
MBA from Wayne State University, 2002
Global Campus

Allison Hubley currently serves as the Teaching and Learning Coordinator for Undergraduate Accounting and Finance and is an adjunct instructor with the Donald W. Maine College of Business. In this role, she is responsible for overseeing a variety of courses each term taught by other adjunct faculty members. She is also responsible for ongoing changes to the ACCT 201 (Accounting Foundations I) course in the online format.

Prior to transitioning to the education field on a fulltime basis, Professor Hubley worked in various administrative positions with Henry Ford Health System in Detroit, Michigan for 15 years. While working for Henry Ford, she was employed in several different departments, primarily serving in a project management capacity. Upon leaving Henry Ford Health System, she served as the Chief Operating Officer for Quality Healthcare Providers, P.C., a multi-specialty clinical practice that provided medical services to residents of long-term care facilities.

Since joining Davenport University on a fulltime basis in August of 2003, Professor Hubley has served as the Department Coordinator for Accounting and Business Law at the former Dearborn campus location, as well as the Program Director for the Accounting Honors Program. She then transitioned to the role of Department Coordinator for MBA Online with primary responsibility for the subject areas of accounting, finance, health care management and public health. In May of 2015, she assumed the role of Teaching and Learning Coordinator for Undergraduate Accounting and Finance in addition to continuing to teach as an adjunct instructor.

Allison Hubley is very involved with law enforcement in a volunteer capacity in both Arizona and in Michigan. In Arizona, she has presented numerous seminars in the community on fraud awareness, fraud education and fraud prevention. In Michigan, she is the author of the bi-monthly Scam Alert column for the Leelanau County Senior Services Division. She has also presented fraud-related seminars to the residents of Leelanau County and, in August of 2014, co-presented an educational session on Human Sex Trafficking.