Teaches IMC 624 - Cause Marketing
Experience in public affairs, strategic communication, marketing and project management in corporate, higher education, government and nonprofit sectors.
Dr. Nancy Engelhardt, professor of Marketing for Marymount University, has taught
sustainable marketing, advertising, consumer behavior, public relations, social
marketing, nonprofit marketing, and the foundations of marketing course at both
the undergraduate and graduate level.
Originally from New Orleans, her career in advertising and public relations has spanned over 15 years and has included corporate, nonprofit and government agencies. She has held communications positions with the World Wildlife Fund and the Smithsonian Institution. Dr. Engelhardt’s research interests include environmental labeling, cause-related and social marketing, and “green” advertising. She has presented research in the United States as well as in countries such as Russia, Africa, Austria and Switzerland.
Dr. Engelhardt holds a Ph.D. from The University of Southern Mississippi in Mass
Communication and a Master’s of Journalism from Louisiana State University.
Past Student Feedback
- Dr. Engelhardt was extremely active on the discussion board. She not only posted to all students, but answered questions that were directed at her via the discussion board. She always brought insight that was interesting and valuable. Absolutely loved having her as a professor!
- Dr. Engelhardt was very informative and provided great feedback in the course.
- I appreciate the professor's effort to respond to as many student discussion board posts as possible. She always asked further questions to expand my thought process about that week's subject. Not all professors make that effort to communicate with everyone in the class each week.