Maura Ann Dowling
Lecturer, Finance, B.A., M.A. Potsdam College (SUNY); M.A. Brown University. Certified Financial Planner and wealth consultant in industry as well as private practice. Experimenting with value-creation in client work that involves "client best interest" which means providing second opinions on products and strategies that others "sell" to clients. Began as financial advisor in major firm (UBS) then worked on wealth management model for entrepreneurial families at a large regional CPA firm (DiSanto Priest). Product placement and assets-under-management create conflict-of-interest with typical business models - my work is to reevaluate this.
MA, SUNY Potsdam
CAGS, Bryant University
MA, Brown University
BA, SUNY Potsdam
Dowling, M. A., Learning Creatively in a Student-Managed Fund, KIE Conference Publications, 2016.
Dowling, M., Inner Feminine and Masculine Archetypes in Finance, .
Dowling, M., The Yoke of Finance, , 2017.
Dowling, M. A.,Shea, R.,Hasseler, T.,Enos, S., Embracing a Creative Praxis: The Creativity Fellows Program at Bryant University, KIE Conference Books, 2015.
Dowling, M.,Shea, R.,Terri, H.,Enos, S., The Creative Mindset: The Bryant University Creativity Fellow Program, The Learner Collection, 2015.
Enos, S.,Dowling, M. A.,Shea, R.,Hasseler, T. A., Embracing a Creative Practice: The Creativity Fellows and Bryant University.” , KIE, 2015.
Creativity Fellows - co-Sponsor, 2014
Merit Award for Teaching, 2014
Creativity Fellowship, 2012
Ehrlich Fellowship, 1990
Pi Mu Epsilon Inductee, 1989
Helping students understand concepts of the business and financial world from the classroom where they access highly ethical thinking framework - conventional to post-conventional.
Finance, Behavioral Finance and Emotions, Diversity in Financial Firms, Chaos Modeling, Finance and Resource Depletion, Social Psychology of Firms, Fiduciary Portfolio Practices
American Creativity Association
Financial Planning Association
Certified Financial Planning Board
American Association of Individual Investors
Society for Organizational Learning