(WASHINGTON – February 14, 2018) – The “I Am An Entrepreneur” Small Business Conferenc is set for this Saturday, February 17, 2018 (11 am to 2 pm) at the Earl G. Graves School of Business at Morgan State University, located at 4100 Hillen Rd. in the Northwood Plaza. The event will feature three panels, networking, and the coveted Joe Manns Black Wall Street Awards. Honorees include Dr. Judy Staveley of www.judystaveley.com & www.theplatformmagazine.com.
Admission is $20. RSVP to www.BaltimoreEntrepreneur.eventbrite.com.
Who is Dr. Judy Staveley is the Program Director/Assistant Professor of Bioprocessing Technology at Frederick Community College, the Washington Academy of Sciences Secretary, an author of several Forensics Science and Biotechnology peered review published articles, International Speaker, Professional Athlete and the CEO of The Platform Magazine. She serves as a spokeswoman and advocate for several national prestigious science honor academies, biological honor societies, health, medicine, biotechnology and forensic science organizations.
Additionally, as a national professional athlete and health/fitness specialist she currently assists in educating her platform in several community programs to initiative “health and wellness” and the advances of sciences. Staveley graduated from University of Alaska Anchorage in 2004 with a BS in Molecular Biology and completed her research with a grant awarded by the Alaska Brin in toxicogenomics. She graduated with leadership honors and was awarded the presidential distinguished award for Tribeta Biological Honor Society. After working on cancer research, she entered the School of Pharmacy at the University of Florida Gainesville to gain a graduate degree in Forensic Science with a concentration in DNA & Serology. She was one of the first females in the forensic program and forensic field of study.
After graduation she continued with forensic work along with teaching as a biology Professor at the University of Alaska Anchorage. The “Chancellors Award” was awarded to Professor Staveley for teaching at the University level during her time at the University of Alaska Anchorage. This award was given by the students of the University of Alaska Anchorage and was considered to be a heart filled achievement. Staveley obtained a second Master’s degree in Molecular Biology with a concentration in emerging diseases. Staveley has obtained a EdS and has worked on two doctoral degrees. A PhD and a EdD. Her PhD doctoral work centered around neurobehavioral and health psychology. Upon completion of her residency at John Hopkins University in 2011, she continued to work as a Professor at Frederick Community College. Staveley has worked at Frederick Community College since 2007 as a Lead Forensics Professor and teaches all courses related to the biotechnology field and basic research. She is currently an Assistant Professor and Program Manager to the bioprocessing program at Frederick Community College. Staveley is currently working on her second doctorate (EdD) in Leadership Education at Liberty University. She is currently a scholar for the American Association of Community Colleges that has led to a graduate degree in Educational Leadership and Administration. Dr. Staveley has won many academic awards during her 15 years of teaching. She is a proud member of several honor societies such as Washington Academy of Sciences, Sigma Xi Honor Biological Society, holds a scholar recognition from NSF innovation program 2017, American Academy of Community College scholar, National Biology Teachers Association (2017 Nomination for Prof. Chan Two Year College Award for the engaged teaching of biology) and AAAS.
Professor Staveley is a highly-regarded speaker in biotechnology, STEM, biology, research, health, wellness, sports, and general science.
Topics range from motivating athletes in health activities, molecular research sciences, forensics, biochemistry, leadership and nutrition. Her focus is to continue to promote and advocate for the sciences. Staveley has been featured in numerous media articles, speaking presentations and television appearances. She remains active in her athletic and charitable pursuits and raises money for veterans, cancer, autism, and many other charitable nonprofit organizations to help support families in need.