Jackie Alexander, Ph.D.
Jackie Alexander, Ph.D. earned B.S. and M.B.A. degrees (1979, 1988) from The University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, where she majored in Marketing. She earned her Ph.D. degree (2003) in Management from Auburn University, in Auburn, Alabama. Her dissertation research was on Family Businesses. Currently, she is affiliated with Huntingdon College in Montgomery, Alabama, where she teaches Foundations of Marketing, Management, and Organizational Behavior. She is an active member of Auburn Training Connection.
Previously, she served as the Director of the Small Business Development Center at Auburn University. While at Auburn University, she served as faculty in the Colleges of Engineering, Veterinary Medicine, and Business. She has worked throughout the country and is known for her passionate, live business presentations. She is married to David, has a son, Anthony, and is also known as (aka) Jackie Alexander DiPofi, Ph.D.
In 2009, DiPofi’s dissertation, “Effects of Family Influence on Satisfaction with Financial Results,” was published by VDM, a scientific publishing house located in Germany, and made available for sale worldwide through Amazon.com.
In 2002, she published in Journal of Organizational Change Management, 15, No. 2, 156-168, and in 2001 in Health Marketing Quarterly, 19 (1), 79-90. She is the creator of the RAMPS Model for Marketing Success. Since its inception in 1983, the RAMPS Model has been used by thousands of individuals, and praised for its effectiveness.