Melva Robertson is an Assistant Professor of Management in the College of Business at Clayton State University. Her research areas include themes around Leadership Development, Communications & Branding, and Organizational Behavior. Prior to joining Clayton State University, Dr. Robertson served most of her career as a communications and public relations leader creating successful strategic plans that resulted in local, national, and global media coverage for universities and organization. She is experienced in crisis communications and has authored of two books. Dr. Robertson earned her doctorate degree in Strategic Leadership from Regent University, master’s degree in Professional Writing from Kennesaw State University, and bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications from Morris Brown College.
BA, Mass Media Arts: Radio, Television, Film, Morris Brown College , 2001
MA, Professional Writing , Kennesaw State University , 2005
Other, Strategic Leadership, Regent University, 2020
Melva B. Robertson, Hindsight is 2020: Identifying missed leadership opportunities to reduce employee turnover intention amid the COVID-19 shutdown., Emerald Publishing – October 2021
Melva Robertson, Thinking Intentionally About Your Academic Brand, CELT Leadership Development Workshop, Kennesaw State University – April 14 2021
Melva Robertson, Thinking Intentionally About Your Chapter Brand, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Chapter Retreat 2021, Alpha Phi Alpha of Clayton County – August 21 2021
Melva B. Robertson, Train the Trainer: Thinking Intentionally About your Academic Brand, Leadership Development Institute, University System of Georgia – June 21 2021