2 May 2012
Book on women entrepreneurs authored by former Citadel professor
Dorothy Perrin Moore, Citadel emeritus professor of Business Administration, has released a new book connecting research with case studies on female entrepreneurship.
In “WomenPreneurs: 21st century success strategies,” Moore provides valuable tools for faculty teaching management, entrepreneurship and women’s studies and for directors of professional development workshops.
“Dr. Dorothy Moore, an astute researcher and distinguished professor, has dedicated her professional life to supporting women who seek ‘bright and successful’ careers,” said Dale Meyer, distinguished professor emeritus and founding director of the Deming Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Colorado, Boulder. “She has interviewed hundreds of women in her attempt to discover barriers, but also surmounting skills and strategies for women to defeat the obstructions to business and professional success.”
Moore, who taught at The Citadel from 1981 to 2006, has also authored “Careerpreneurs—Lessons from Leading Women Entrepreneurs on Building a Career Without Boundaries,” which received the ForeWard Magazine Book-of-the-Year Gold Award in the field of Business, and is a co-author of “Women Entrepreneurs—Moving Beyond in the Glass Ceiling.”
Copies “WomenPreneurs” are available at The Citadel Bookstore.