Victoria Mullennex

Victoria Mullennex, Davis & Elkins College

Victoria Mullennex
Professor of Business
Location: Robert C. Byrd Center for Hospitality and Tourism 206
Phone: 304-637-1264

What I Find Rewarding About D&E:

The most rewarding aspect of teaching for me is watching my students grow through their learning experiences and activities which enhance and enrich their lives for a successful future. The biggest challenge is supporting them so they stay motivated and create a future of their own.


  • Ed.D. Curriculum & Instruction, West Virginia University, Morgantown, W.Va.
  • M.S. Industrial Relations, West Virginia University
  • M.A. Education-Secondary Business, West Virginia University
  • B.S. Business Education-Comprehensive, Davis & Elkins College, Elkins, W.Va.
  • Additional Study: Marshall University, Huntington, W.Va.


  • Realtor, Landis Realty, 2009-2013
  • Instructor of Business Education, Department Chair, Tucker County Schools, 1976-1980

Teaching Areas: 

  • Strategic Management
  • Principles & Policies of Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Management Information Systems
  • Business Communications including Web 2.0
  • Information Software Processing I (Microsoft Excel & Word)
  • Information Software Processing II (Microsoft Access & PowerPoint)
  • Advertising & Promoting
  • Marketing Communication
  • Consumer Behavior
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Business Marketing

Research Interests/Professional Activities: 

  • Business Education including Management and Technology
  • President, West Virginia Business Education Association
  • Member, Strategic Planning Committee, Southern Business Education Association
  • Member, Executive Board, West Virginia Association for Career and Technical Education
  • Member, Executive Board, West Virginia Business Education Association
  • Member, Advisory Committee, Future Business Leaders of America/Phi Beta Lambda
  • Member, International Society for Business Education
  • Member, Delta Phi Epsilon (Association for Research in Business Education)


  • Business Education Induction Practices in the Southern Region of the United States, (1994) Ann Arbor, Michigan
  • “A Comparison of Induction Practices of Beginning and Experienced Business Education Teachers in the Southern Region of the United States.” (1996) Reston, VA: NBEA, National Association of Business Teacher Education Review, Number 23, (37-46).
  • Policies Commission for Business & Economic Education, Statement #70 This We Believe About Partnerships in Business Education (2001), Statement # 73 This We Believe About Computer-Input Technologies (2002), Statement, #74 This We Believe About Business Education in a Global Environment, #75 This We Believe About Enabling and Enhancing Educational Experiences through E-learning(2003), Business Education Forum, (October, 2004) Reston, VA: National Business Education Association.