Stillman College welcomed a new dean of its business school last fall. Isaac McCoy, a former senior adviser for business development at the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Minority Business Development Agency under President Barack Obama, is among the new leaders brought to campus by Stillman President Cynthia Warrick as she has sought to reverse the private college’s enrollment decline and financial woes.
McCoy, whose background includes business development and nonprofit organizations, described his vision for the school in an introductory message after his appointment. The strategy focuses on entrepreneurship and innovation, technology, accreditation, fundraising, globalization, and civic engagement and responsibility.
McCoy sat down with the Tuscaloosa News to discuss his plans for the school.
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