Lora Louise Broady has been active in academia since 2008, developing and teaching graduate-level courses in both the online and on-campus formats. She currently serves as an adjunct professor at the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business, where she teaches MBA marketing courses in brand management and digital marketing.
As a member of the faculty at DU’s University College, Broady developed a new master’s program in new media and internet marketing in which she collaborated to design the curriculum for eight courses, recruit instructors, launch the program, and teach introductory courses.
In addition to teaching, Broady currently serves as an academic strategist for Pearson Education, supporting the digital transformation of learning in higher education.
Before academia, Broady worked in strategy consulting. She has assisted companies in the cable, telecom and financial services industries in bringing new products to market—working on new product development, global branding and go-to-market strategies.
Broady earned her MBA from Dartmouth College’s Amos Tuck School and her BA in Political Economics from Colorado College.