Evelyn Eubank

Evelyn Eubank
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Evelyn Eubank has over 18 years of business experience in the communications industry and 20 years of experience as a college instructor, consultant and trainer.  Ms. Eubank held supervisory and executive positions in strategic planning, network planning, regulatory management, marketing and engineering at two Fortune 100 companies.  She has also served on the Board of Directors of numerous organizations, assisting with strategic planning and other organizational issues. Ms. Eubank is a principle in Momentum Business Group. Momentum Business Group’s mission is helping organizations change employee behavior quickly and in a way that lasts.  She has co-authored “JOLT: Engaged and On-Target.”

Ms. Eubank served for many years as an Adjunct Professor of Marketing, Entrepreneurship Leadership and Strategic Management for MidAmerica Nazarene. She also served as the Program Coordinator and a key founder of the MidAmerica Nazarene University Business Institute. Her unique approach to market planning has been praised as “one of the most comprehensive we have seen” by the Small Business Administration.  Ms. Eubank was voted by students to receive the 2004 Robert J. Bromer Award for MNU instructor of the year.

Ms. Eubank is currently an adjunct faculty member at the University of Kansas and an instructor for the Certified Public Manager® and Emerging Leaders Academy (ELA) programs. Within the last year, Ms. Eubank has taken on a new project: teaching Robotics and Principles of Engineering to high school students in USD #501.  These courses not only teach application of STEM principles, but also provide an opportunity for high school students to learn business and professional skills that will be of benefit in their transition from school to work environments.  Ms. Eubank is enjoying this opportunity to help students expand their abilities to think critically, problem-solve, collaborate, communicate, troubleshoot, practice personal time management in addition to programming robots and solving engineering problems.  What a buzz!