Corey Ann Brushett, M.B.A.

DepartmentBusiness Administration and ManagementCorey Ann Brushett, M.B.A. at Albertus Magnus College
TitleAssistant Professor of Business/Faculty Advisor
BackgroundB.A., Gettysburg College
M.B.A., Albertus Magnus College
OfficeAquinas Hall, Room 328
Phone(203) 672-5307
CoursesHuman Resource Management Issues of Small and Family Business Personal Finance Product Development Social Entrepreneurship College Success Seminar Career Strategies
DescriptionCorey Brushett is an Assistant Professor and Faculty Advisor in the Tagliatela School of Business and Leadership at Albertus Magnus College. In addition to her teaching course load, Professor Brushett advises incoming first-year students interested in a variety of majors related to business, including but not limited to Business Management, Project Management, Supply Chain Management, Sport Management, Computer Information Systems and Cybersecurity. Professor Brushett is a member of the IDEA (inclusion, diversity, equity and action) committee, serving as the interim Co-Chair during the Fall 2023 term. She is dedicated to making Albertus students feel welcomed, heard, and included throughout their entire academic experience. From 2020 to 2022, she served as the Co-Chair of the General Education Task Force which developed a new general education curriculum starting in the 2023-2024 academic year. Prior to beginning her career as a faculty member at the college, Professor Brushett served as the Director of Career Services (2015-2016) and Director of Academic Advising and Student Success (2011 - 2015) at Albertus Magnus. She came to Albertus in 2007 as an Admissions Counselor in the Office of Admission. Outside of Albertus Magnus College Professor Brushett spent three years as the Registrar for Yale University's Department of Microbial Pathogenesis, has two children, and is the co-owner of an award winning, nationally recognized photography business. Incorporating her business acumen into her courses, Professor Brushett utilizes real life experiences to emphasize concepts while teaching.