As an instructor of various business and management courses, Mrs. Tuttle brings a recognized passion and love of both business and teaching to the classroom.
Consistently praised by students and peers for her direct interaction with students and her devotion to their well being, Mrs. Tuttle has a well-deserved reputation for integrating practical necessities of the workplace into the academic environment of college. This led to her being named Keuka College's 2007 Professor of the Year.
Mrs. Tuttle brings a rich business background to Keuka College, having managed word processing centers at a Fortune 500 company, and having held sales and marketing positions.
In addition to her teaching duties, Mrs. Tuttle has also served in the past as Chair of the Business and Management Division.
Her syllabus for her Organizational Behavior course was featured in the April, 2004 issue of the Chronicle of Higher Education.
Mrs. Tuttle has held many leadership roles, such as President of Schuyler Nursery School Board of Directors, Chair of the Keuka's Division of Business and Management, and Chair of the International Assembly of Collegiate Business Education (IACBE) Board of Directors. Mrs. Tuttle greatly enjoys the experience of taking what she learns from participating in business operations and bringing it back to the classroom to share with her students.
"Future Opportunities for Women in Business," New York State Women, Inc. (April 2011) Presenter
"Best Practices in Partnering with Business Programs in China," IACBE Annual Confernece (April 2008) Co-Presenter
"The Weighty Matter of Discrimination," The Finger Lakes Times, March 2006
"Climbing the Pathways of Leadership Throughout the College Experience and Beyond," New York State Leadership Educators Consortium Annual Conference, (June 2005) Co-Presenter
"Fire the Women on 'Apprentice,'" Canandaigua Daily Messenger, October 2004
Organizational Behavior Syllabus featured and published in the Chronicle of Higher Education, April 2004
"Gaining a Competitive Advantage through Emphasis on Active, Experiential, Learning-Centered Education," NYSCEEA/NEACEFE Joint Conference, (October 2003) Co-Presenter
"Long-Term Temps Vulnerable to Abuse," CNY Business Journal, March 1994