Chair, Business & Information Technology Department
B.A., Wheaton College
M.B.A., University of Massachusetts Amherst
M.Ed., University of Massachusetts Amherst
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After spending 10 years overseeing the development of online courses and all support systems required for national accreditation of an online associate degree in liberal arts, Michelle Barthelemy joined the business department as full-time, tenured faculty in fall 2016. At this time, Michelle teaches Introduction to Business, Human Resources Management, Business Communications, Entrepreneurship, and Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism. She is faculty advisor to the GCC Business Club, the largest student run organization on campus. Michelle is also the campus liaison to the Grinspoon Foundation for Entrepreneurship, Valley Venture Mentors and supports students’ efforts to compete in local entrepreneurship initiatives such as the annual Draper Competition.
Martha K. Field
A.S., B.S., M.S., University of Massachusetts
Ph.D., University of Connecticut
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Professor Martha Field teaches primarily economics and enjoys giving some pizzazz to “the dismal science.” She is passionate about discussing current events with students and encourages students to see the “flip-side” or trade-offs of policies that affect their lives. Martha is a co-author of the textbook Environmental Economics An Introduction (now in its 7th edition) with her husband, who is Professor Emeritus at UMass Amherst. Besides teaching, she assists the college with institutional research and was Dean of Institutional Support and Advancement (2000 – 2012). She is a current trustee of the Plan for Progress of the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission. She started college by earning her associate degree from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture and alternated between college and work until finally earning her Ph.D. in economics from the University of Connecticut. She enjoys running, yoga, algebra, reading drama, and using her passport.
A.A., St. John’s College
B.A., Concordia Senior College
M.Div., Th.M., Harvard University Divinity School
M.B.A., University of Massachusetts
Ph.D., Boston University
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My interest is in all things management. My areas of research include management control systems, statistical quality control, business strategy, and managerial communication. I am a member of the Academy of Management and the Institute of Management Accountants. For me teaching is the name of the game. I love the dynamics of the classroom. I regularly teach management, financial accounting, management accounting, and managerial communications. My class motto is that “Your success is my business.” I believe that teaching and learning go hand in hand. Therefore, I seek to create a classroom that makes learning fun and where all are heard and respected. William Butler Yeats once remarked that “Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.” I try to keep this foremost in my mind whenever I am teaching. I also have an interest in the history of philosophy. So that I do not sit around all of the time, I find time for table tennis, golf, and my tread mill.
A.A., Greenfield Community College
B.A., Westfield State University
M.A., Syracuse University
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Tina Stevens is another proud graduate of GCC, studying art and graphic design in the GCC Art Department. Tina launched Stevens 470 Marketing + Creative in 1990 and over the next 24 years she managed and developed this full service marketing, design, and web development agency. With years of experience creating marketing and design solutions for a diverse mix of clients, Tina’s business expertise is practical and extensive. Today, Tina provides marketing and design services through her consultancy MarketingWorks, and has a business office and printmaking studio in Florence, MA. Tina began teaching in the BIT Department in 2014 and teaches Principles of Marketing and E-Commerce.
Computer Information Systems
B.Ed., Colorado State University
M.Ed., Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
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Doug Wilkins was the first Director of Technology for the Mohawk Trail Regional School District from 1995 to 1999, and has extensive experience with using technology in the classroom. Doug has taught computer courses here at Greenfield Community College since 1980. Hobbies and activities include hiking and backpacking, SCUBA diving, and he is one of the few old-fashioned square dance callers in the region.