Online Master of Business Administration Faculty
The faculty for the online Master of Business Administration program at Our Lady of the Lake University offers years of educational and real-world experience to benefit students. By adding their own skills and knowledge to the rigorous curriculum, these educators provide a cumulative learning experience that enables students to succeed in a variety of fields. Whether students select the specialization in Healthcare Management or Management, they will benefit from a seasoned faculty ready to help them achieve their career goals.
Abdul Hamid Khan
Professor of Management
Dr. Khan teaches in both graduate and undergraduate business programs. His research interest is in the field of Ethical Applications of Managerial Decisions, and Management Development of Executives. He has contributed about 40 refereed papers to such organizations as the International Academy of Business Disciplines, American Society for Competitiveness, Frontiers in Education, and the American Society for Engineering Education. Dr. Khan has been a Registered Professional Engineer in the State of Texas since 1985, and has consulted with various companies and offered his professional services to academic program evaluations in engineering, engineering technology and management. Dr. Khan has a BS in Mechanical Engineering; an MS in Industrial and Management Systems Engineering from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, an MBA in Strategic Business Management from the University of Texas at San Antonio, and an Ed.D. in Management Education from Ball State University.
Chair, Business Programs Department; Associate Professor of Healthcare Management
With more than 38 years experience in the healthcare field, Dr. Martinez provides a mix of academic and real-world experience to offer students an in-depth view of management within the healthcare industry. He has a BSN from the University of Texas System School of Nursing, an MS from Southwest Texas State University, and an MPH and Ph.D. from University of Texas School of Public Health.
Associate Professor of Healthcare Management
Professor Odom’s career experience includes 22 years as a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Air Force, where his positions included Commander of the Air Force Drug Testing Laboratory, Director of Medical Education and Training Programs, and Commander of the 658th Contingency Hospital in Korea. He was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal and the Commendation Medal from the USAF and was named Outstanding Field Grade Officer by the Tuskegee Airmen. He has a BS in Technical Management from Regis College, an MS in Health Administration from the University of Northern Colorado, and a law degree from Capital University.
Assistant Professor of Accounting
Professor Winney has a BA from the Mississippi University for Women and an MA from Webster University.