James Halleck



James Halleck received his PhD in Management at Kennesaw State University in 2019. He currently teaches Business Quantitative Methods, Principles of Management, and Strategic Management for the Lewis College of Business. Jamey also is the Owner and Founder of Buckeye Country Boers in Southpoint, Ohio since 2004. He previously has been a committee member for the Student Conduct and Welfare Committee. His work has been published in several journals including Health Care Manager and the Journal of International Management Studies. Jamey currently a board member and Deacon and an Adult Sunday School teacher at Sheridan Freewill Baptist Church, Inc.

PhD, Management, Kennesaw State University, 2019
MBA, Marshall University, 2000
BBA, Ohio University, 1999
MGT 100: Introduction to Business
MGT 218: Business Quantitative Methods
MGT 222: Organizational Behavior
MGT 320: Principles of Management
MGT 419: Business & Society
MGT 460: Strategic Management
Schaeffer, C., Booton, L., Halleck, J. R., Studeny, J., & Coustasse-Hencke, A. M. (2017). Big data management in United States hospitals: Benefits and barriers. Health Care Manager, 36(1), 87-96.
McKinney, R. E., Halleck, J. R., & Shao, D. H. (2016). Social media and irreconcilable differences in the workplace. Journal of International Management Studies, 16, 27-32.
Owner/Founder, Buckeye Country Boers, South Point OH, 2004 to Present
Board Member, Sheridan Freewill Baptist Church, Inc., July 2010 to Present
Officer, Treasurer, Boyd County Freewill Baptist Association, 2008 to Present
Deacon and Adult Sunday School Teacher, Sheridan Freewill Baptist Church, Inc., 2006 to Present