Jeanette Landin, EdDCollege of Business and Professional Studies
BS Business Administration
Member of the adjunct faculty member with John F. Kennedy University, where she teaches upper-division undergraduate and master’s-level business courses. Dr. Landin is also an assistant professor of business and accounting at Landmark College, and is the faculty advisor for the college’s Business Club. She is also a certified advanced facilitator with the University of Phoenix, where she facilitates student workshops. Dr. Landin earned her B.A. degree from the University of California at Irvine before receiving her MBA and Ed.D. from University of Phoenix, where she conducted research into college success strategies for at-risk students. She holds master's-level certifications in autism spectrum disorders from Antioch University and in accounting from University of Phoenix.
In addition to co-authoring McGraw-Hill’s, Payroll Accounting, Dr. Landin is an active member of the Institute for Management Accountants (IMA) and Teachers of Accounting Curriculum at Two-Year Colleges (TACTYC), and previously served as an active member of the California Business Educators Association and the Western Business Educators Association. Dr. Landin currently serves as the chair of the IMA’s Committee for Academic Relations and as a peer reviewer for textbooks, scholarly journals, dissertations, and academic conferences. She is a happily married mother of two active teenagers and resides in rural southeastern Vermont.
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