Cathy Chamberlaine
Cathy Chamberlaine
Senior Lecturer in Marketing

Cathy is a Senior Lecturer in Marketing and Management at the Lacy School of Business at Butler University, where she teaches organizational behavior and introductory marketing classes. Prior to her transition to teaching, she had a twenty-five year business career in sales and marketing, including sales and marketing research positions at Eli Lilly, account management roles at advertising agency Handley-Miller, and business-to-business sales experience with St. Vincent Health Care Systems.   Her recent board activities have focused on male-mentoring organization 4WARD, based out of Fort Wayne, Indiana.

In addition, she has been instrumental in expanding online and hybrid education at the Lacy School of Business, has served as the Faculty Advisor for the campus Libertarian Party, and facilitates Butler University Executive Education sessions at area companies, such as Roche, IndyGo and Etica Group.

Cathy has a BS in medical technology from the University of Vermont, and an MBA from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University.

Richard Fetter
Richard Fetter
Associate Professor of Marketing
Robert Mackoy
Professor of Marketing
Lova Randrianasolo
Lova Randrianasolo
Assistant Professor of Marketing

Dr. Lova Randrianasolo teaches International Marketing, Digital Marketing, and Principles of Marketing. He also has experience in teaching Consumer Behavior and International Business. Dr. Randrianasolo’s research focuses on cultural intelligence, organizational legitimacy, and bottom of the pyramid marketing. His research has been published in outlets such as Journal of International Marketing, Journal of Consumer Marketing, Journal of Brand Management, Journal of International Consumer Marketing, and Madagascar Conservation & Development. Further, he has presented original research at academic conferences such as the Academy of International Business’s annual conference, the American Marketing Association’s Summer Educator’s conference, and the Academy of Marketing Science’s annual conference. Finally, he has experience in conducting workshops, seminars, and talks in developing countries, including a talk at the US Embassy in Antananarivo, Madagascar. For more information, please visit his website here.

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Deborah Skinner
Associate Professor of Marketing

Deb is an Associate Professor of Marketing. Her main teaching focus is Advertising and Promotion Management and Marketing Management Strategy, the capstone course for undergraduate marketing seniors. She taught the inaugural course offering of Creativity and Innovation for the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Major.  She and Dr. Padgett championed the initial Business Experience courses which later evolved into FBE 101. She, and Art Professor, Guatam Rao, co-created a course for Perspectives in Creative Arts, called Aesthetics and Design, which considers the integration of art principles and marketing. She’s also taught in the Honors program and the MBA program.

Deb publishes articles on a variety of topics but her passion is exploring pedagogy and the role of instruction in the success of students. She has worked with colleagues in other disciplines including economics, organizational behavior, finance, and business law, as well as with collaborators outside the university.

Deb’s academic credentials include a Bachelor Degree in Marketing from The Ohio State University, and both a MBA and Ph.D. in Marketing from  Kent State University. She has over 35 years of teaching experience at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, serving on the faculty at the University of Maine, Orono, and Butler University.

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Chi Zhang
Chi Zhang
Assistant Professor Marketing

Dr. Chi (Cathy) Zhang is an Assistant Professor of Marketing in the Lacy School of Business at Butler University. She received the Ph.D. in Marketing at the University of Mississippi. Prior to her Ph.D., she received a Master of Information System and Operations Management from the University of Florida and a Master of Marketing Management from Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST) in China. In addition, she has two Bachelor degrees in Computer Science and English.

Her research interests include marketing strategy, retailing, online marketing and nonprofit organization (NPO) marketing. Her professional goal is to continue research into trends in online marketing and to develop strategies to address changing trends. Her work has been published in many peer-reviewed journals, such as Journal of Business Ethics, Frontiers in Psychology, and VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations.

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