Ms. Elizabeth Scofield received her MBA from Monmouth University and her B.S. in Business Administration from Duquesne University. She was named to Duquesne’s Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma in 1972. She joined La Salle in 2000 and is the founding director of the Full-time and One-Year MBA Programs.
From 1980-1990, Ms. Scofield served as Director of Cooperative Education at Temple University and managed the Middle Atlantic Cooperative Education Center. From 1990 to 2000, she also served as Director of the Cooperative Education Program and was the founding director of the Study Abroad Program at Philadelphia University. During her tenure at Temple and Philadelphia University, she served as president of the Pennsylvania Cooperative Education Association, and worked with the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare as a field reader and consultant to over 40 higher education institutions in the Mid-Atlantic Region.
She is an active member of the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia and Philadelphia’s International Visitors Bureau (IVC). In 2008 she was awarded the Citizen Diplomacy Award by IVC. She is the author of several books and magazine articles on antiques, owns her own small business, and consults for small businesses in the Northeast. She is an expert on valuation of antique and collectible linen.
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