Fayetteville State University (FSU) recently named Ulysses Taylor as the Dean of Broadwell College of Business & Economics. Previously Dean Taylor was the Professor of Accounting and Chair of Accounting, Finance, Healthcare, and Information Systems at FSU. In his role as Dean, Taylor is responsible for all undergraduate and graduate business programs which includes approximately 1,750 student and 62 faculty and staff.
Dean Taylor is a former board member of the Greater Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce and the Fayetteville/Cumberland County Economic Development Alliance. He currently serves as chairman of the Fayetteville State University Development Corporation and board member and treasurer of The Capitol Encore Academy (a local charter school in Cumberland County). "Dean Taylor brings a unique combination of knowledge and practical experience to the deanship. He has proven to be strategic, entrepreneurial, and visionary. He is committed to the overall success of our students and is highly regarded in the field of business education. I am excited about the leadership and innovation that he will bring to the Broadwell College of Business and Economics." said Dr. Monica Terrell Leach, Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs.
Taylor received his Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting from FSU, a Master of Business Administration degree from East Carolina University, and law degree from the North Carolina Central University School of Law. Dean Taylor has also served as a consultant, tax attorney and Certified Public Accountant for various for profit and nonprofit organizations for over 30 years, and currently serves as Financial Secretary for the Kappa Alpha Psi Middle Eastern Province Foundation.