Department Chair of International Business and Marketing and Associate Professor of Marketing
Vince Narkiewicz has over thirty-five years of undergraduate and graduate level teaching experience, and has been a member of the Davis College of Business faculty since the founding of the business college. His major areas of expertise include: market and opportunity analysis, product and new venture development, advertising management, marketing strategy and sales & customer relationship management. Since 1975, in addition to teaching, he has provided consulting services to trade and professional associations, consumer package goods companies in the food and cosmetic industries, as well as to firms in the building products, manufactured housing, and construction industries.
A few of the firms that he has worked with over the years include: The American Association of Advertising Agencies, Campbell Soup Company, Hershey Foods, Redken, The National Frozen Food Association, Armstrong World, Coastal Design & Construction, Deck House, Moffitt Corp., The National Association of Home Builders, Web4Minds, Inc., and at the community level: The Salvation Army of N.E. Florida and as a member of the Board of Directors at Gateway Community Services and First Coast Management Services. Prior to teaching he held marketing management positions in the frozen food industry. He also has an established track record as an investor and managing partner in the start-up and development of new businesses.
Graduate and undergraduate degrees in Business Administration and Marketing from the University of Scranton, Elizabethtown College and Penn State University
Chair, Marketing & International Business Dept., Jacksonville University 2009 - Present
Associate Professor of Marketing, Jacksonville University 1979—Present
Chair of the Marketing Department, King`s College, 1975—1979
Board Member & Executive Management Team Member, Moffitt Corporation, Inc. 2004 -Present
Consultant to Web4Minds, Inc.
Board of Directors: Gateway Community Services Inc. 1992-98 and 1/06 to 12/09.