Employees to Emulate

Posted by on December 31, 2012

When people walk down the hall at Minnesota School of Business-Brooklyn Center, they can tell that we truly care about each other.  Every quarter, our campus highlights one employer, two current students, two recent graduates, and two current employees.  Throughout the Fall 2012 quarter, the two staff members highlighted were Tyuon Harris, financial aid administrator, and Bard Meier, music and media business program chair.  

Meet Tyuon Harris

Tyuon has been with Minnesota School of Business for the past three and a half years and has worked in the Financial Aid Department since the beginning. 

Tyuon received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from National American University.  She is currently working on her Master of Management degree with an emphasis in Proprietary Higher Education Management. 

What Tyuon likes most about working at the Brooklyn Center Campus is the staff and faculty.  Since she has started working here, she has found that everyone is very personable, which makes coming to work easy every day.  

In Tyuon’s spare time, she enjoys reading murder mystery novels.  Her favorite authors are James Patterson and Catherine Coulter.  Tyuon enjoys listening to all genres of music.  Her       favorite television show is “Private Practice.”  Her favorite food is lamb kabobs.

Meet Bard Meier

Bard has been with Minnesota School of Business for the past three and a half years.  He received his Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of North Dakota and his Master of Arts in Media Studies from The New School in New York City.    

Bard’s favorite memories from working at the Brooklyn Center Campus involve scaring Jana, the Campus Director.  He loves to watch her jump two feet in the air!

What Bard likes most about working at the Brooklyn Center Campus are his two bosses, Ann and Jana.  He feels very fortunate to be able to work for them as they let him teach how he wants to teach. 

Bard does not feel like he has a lot of spare time between teaching and music, but when he does have some, he enjoys working on his house.  He also enjoys good food and cooking. 

Check out the walls at the Brooklyn Center campus over the next few weeks to see who the new employer, graduates, current students, and current employees are who are highlighted!

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