Concordia Nebraska welcomes Jonathon Moberly as the new Master of Business Administration program director.
“Jonathon’s visionary thinking, dedication to teaching and servant leadership make him an outstanding addition to our growing graduate program,” Provost Jenny Mueller-Roebke said.
Some of Moberly’s duties as Concordia’s MBA program director include directing the program curriculum, advising potential and current students on navigating through the program and overseeing faculty to deliver high-quality courses.
“I am looking forward not just to helping the young MBA program grow and reach its potential, but also to working with all the great people who are connected with the program,” Moberly said.
Moberly earned a Bachelor of Arts in political science from Eastern Illinois University before earning a Juris Doctor in employment and labor law from St. Louis University School of Law and an MBA from Lindenwood University.
Moberly has spent the past seven years teaching courses at the university level in all aspects of business and law at universities in the St. Louis, Missouri, area including Central Methodist University, Maryville University, Saint Louis University and Washington University School of Law.
Moberly has also spent the past six years coaching football, basketball and track at Lutheran High School and Immanuel Lutheran School, both in St. Charles, Missouri. Prior to teaching and coaching, Moberly spent five years representing professional football players and professional soccer players in marketing efforts and contract negotiations.
Moberly’s family includes his wife, Jennifer Fruend, an adjunct biology instructor at Concordia Nebraska, and their two daughters Adeline, age 5, and Eloisa, age 6 months.
The MBA program at Concordia Nebraska is designed to be flexible for working professionals to complete in 36 credit hours and offers 13 emphasis areas including aging studies, management, international business and marketing. Each student enrolled in the program also receives a free iPad and free textbooks.