Assistant Professor and Chair
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Professor Tom Loftus received a Bachelor of Arts in cultural anthropology from the University of California, Berkley; a Master of Arts in economics from the University of California, Santa Barbara; and a Juris Doctor from Columbia University. He has passed the bar and been admitted to the practice of law in Massachusetts, New York and Virginia. After practicing corporate and securities law in Boston and Washington, D.C., Professor Loftus came to Sweet Briar College, where he worked on foundation and government grants, helping to raise more than $5 million for the College. He currently teaches courses in commercial law and business economics.
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Business
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Catherine Chapman Mosley is a communications and marketing professional with over 20 years of experience in both the corporate and non-profit sectors. She currently works as the Communications Officer/Program Manager for Virginia’s Region 2000 Partnership, teaches marketing and social media at Sweet Briar College and owns her own PR consulting business. She is a native of Salem, Virginia and put down roots ten years ago in Virginia’s Region 2000 by way of Charlotte, NC and Washington, DC. She is an avid child, education and teacher advocate. She was the captain of the equestrian team at Wake Forest University. She has also made an appearance on the Today Show.
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Thomas Rogers completed his undergraduate degree at Liberty University where he majored in General studies and minored in both History and English. He received his Virginia Teacher Licensure upon graduation, with a certification in K-8 education as well as certifications for English and History through High School. He completed postgraduate work in Entrepreneurship at Western Carolina University. He began his first entrepreneurial venture during his sophomore year in college. He has maintained ownership of his business since then while developing other business ventures and having involvement in several partnerships. He says that “one of my key interests in business is the change that is brought about by innovation, whether that is related to a product or to the structure of the business, itself”. Thomas Rogers currently teaches Marketing Research, Entrepreneurship, Social Entrepreneurship and Corporate Social Responsibility and Management and Human Resources. His grandmother was a 1935 graduate of Sweet Briar and he enjoys remembering when she would share her experiences at Sweet Briar with him when he was younger.