CV- Dumpe, David

David Dumpe, PhD






§  Detail-oriented individual with demonstrated success in managing diverse priorities to meet deadlines.

§  Experience managing budgetary resources.

§  Strong emphasis on results.

§  Well-developed time management skills complemented by excellent trouble shooting skills.

§  Excellent communicator.

§  Keen sense of personal drive and initiative.

§  Highest level of personal integrity.




Kent State University, 1996 Ph.D.

Business Administration, Major: Finance; Minor: Int’l. Economics

Dissertation   "A Contingent Claim Valuation of Indemnified Health Insurance Plans" Funded by the State Farm Companies Foundation


University of Northern Colorado, 1981 M.S.

Business Administration   Management

Capital University, 1976, Summa Cum Laude B.A.

Economics and Political Science



2003 to present    Assistant Professor)– Dept. of Finance, Kent State University.

Responsible for upper present division undergraduate and graduate courses in financial management. Mentor for Ph.D. students. Coordinator of all sections of basic financial management course. Finance internship coordinator.

Faculty advisor – student professional association.

2005 to present     ConsultantGlobal Think Tank Institute.
Provide financial feasibility analysis, financial present forecasting expertise, and implementation guidance in conjunction with a team of multi- disciplinary specialists. 

2001 to 2003          Associate Dean & Division HeadLake Erie College.

Total administrative responsibility for an entire division comprising both undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Undergraduate degrees offered include accounting, business admin., international business, and an ABA accredited program in legal studies. Part-time MBA program with focus on working professionals. Also responsible for overseeing internship opportunities for students college-wide, non-traditional and continuing education.


2000 to 2001           Visiting Professor of FinanceKent State University. Provided undergraduate and graduate students a practice-based perspective on issues related to corporate financial management, the legal environment of business, and financial management in the international arena.


1999 to 2000          Interim Assoc. Vice President for Academic Affairs (Provost), Armstrong Atlantic State  University.

Chief planning officer for the university. Coordinated and administered numerous initiatives emanating from the Georgia Board of Regents. Monitored the reporting requirements of diverse university-based entities. Served as a liaison between the president and individual college deans and directors. Represented the vice president and the university on community economic development organizations and on campus master planning teams for other University System of Georgia institutions. Resigned position – spouse relocation.


1996 to 1999           Program Coordinator, Master of Health Services AdministrationArmstrong Atlantic State University. 

Responsible for coordination of instruction and administrative support for graduate students in the health services administration program of study both in Savannah and Augusta, Ga. Transitioned the program from academic quarters to semesters. Deactivated a Master of Health Science degree and designed a MHSA curriculum to meet accreditation standards of the Accrediting Commission on Education in Health Services Administration (ACEHSA). Developed and implemented a collaborative dual MSN-MHSA degree program for professional nurses interested in pursuing administrative studies appropriate to their discipline.

1995 to 2000          Assistant Professor, Dept. of Health Science, Armstrong Atlantic State University.                                                                                                      Responsible for course offerings, primarily at the graduate level, in health care administration and finance. Courses taught include Health Care Financial Management, Legal & Ethical Environment of Health Care, Health Care Marketing and Strategic Planning, and Health Care Management. Coordinated the development and implementation of an off-site graduate program in Health Services Administration at the Medical College of Georgia using GSAMS interactive video (distance learning) technology. Comprehensive administrative and coordination responsibilities for departmental distance learning initiatives.

Adjunct Graduate FacultySchool of Allied Health Sciences, Medical College of Georgia

Responsible for administrative courses offered, concurrent with the A.A.S.U. external degree program, as electives to M.C.G. students enrolled in clinically oriented graduate programs.

1992 to 1995                Teaching FellowDepartment of Finance, Kent State University.

Teaching Responsibilities: Business Finance, Intermediate Corporate Finance, Financial Policy, and Managerial Finance in the MBA program. Research Responsibilities: General research and empirical analysis.

1989 to 1992                Executive Vice President, Administration and Finance, Story & Clark Pianos Inc.

Responsible for all administrative, marketing, and finance functions in support of a complete manufacturing operation. Hired to preserve the capital of equity holders and creditors. Intense focus on working capital management. Developed sources, both public and private, of external debt and equity capital and facilitated initial penetration of international markets.

1989 to 1990                Adjunct Instructor of Business, Clarion University of Pennsylvania.

Teaching Responsibilities: Principles of Management, Applied Supervision.

1982 to 1989               Vice President and General ManagerDumpe Auto Inc.

Responsible for all human resource, sales, service, and financing activities for a Chrysler Jeep Eagle and Subaru new automobile franchise. Successful turn-around of a severely under-capitalized firm. Business sold.

1976 to 1982                  Instructor Navigator, United States Air Force Officer (Strategic Air Command).

Taught navigation theory and evaluated student performance during both simulator and actual airborne training missions. Flew SAC Airborne Command Post missions in support of the National Command Authorities (selectively manned assignment).



  • ·        Excellence in Teaching   Kent State Graduate Senate   April, 1994

  • ·        State Farm Companies Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Award   May 1995

  • ·        Graduate’s Applause Award – October, 2004; October, 2006; October, 2007

  • ·        Kent State NTT Performance Award – August, 2005; August, 2006

  • ·        Paul Pfeiffer Creative and Professional Teaching Award – April, 2006

  • ·        Nominee-College of Business Admin. Outstanding NTT Teacher – April, 2006

  • ·        Nominee-University Teaching Council Outstanding Teaching Award – Sept. 2006
  • ·        Alumni Recognition – May, 2007; April, 2008; April 2010; Nov, 2010
  • ·        Nominee-Paul Pfeiffer Creative & Professional Teaching Award – April, 2008
  • ·        Beta Gamma Sigma Professor of the Year - April, 2010 


·        “Developing the Personal Financial Literacy of College Students” presented at the 2009 annual meeting of the Financial Education Association, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

·        “A Contingent Claims Valuation of Indemnified Health Insurance Plans” presented at the 1996 annual meeting of the Eastern Finance Association, Charlotte, NC.

·        “A Contingent Claims Valuation of Indemnified Health Insurance Plans” presented at the 1996 annual meeting of the Midwest Finance Association, Chicago, IL

·        “The Clinician-Manager and Managed Care: Collaborative Curricula Using Distance Learning Technology” presented at the 1996 annual meeting of the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions, Charleston, SC.

·        “Health Professions Education in the Context of Constrained Resources and Market Forces” presented at the 1996 Summit on the Impact of Evolving Health Care Systems on Allied Health Education, Charleston, SC.


Reviewer: Hawkes Learning Systems 2007-present

Reviewer: McGraw-Hill Publishing 2008-present

Reviewer: Journal of Financial Education 2009-present


Teaching Competencies: PRINCIPAL FACULTY



§  Business Finance-Honors Intermediate Corporate Finance

§  Financial Policy International Financial Management

§  Applied Supervision Legal Environment of Business

§  Personal Financial Planning Principles of Management

§  Health Care Finance I Health Care Finance II

§  Health Law & Policy Health Marketing

§  First Year Colloquium Individual Investment Strategies & Analysis


§  Financial Management I

§  Financial Management II

§  International Financial Management

§  Financial Planning & Strategy (EMBA)

§  Health Care Financial Management

§  Legal and Ethical Environments of Health Care

§  Health Care Administration

§  Health Policy Seminar

§  Health Care Marketing and Strategic Planning

§  Long Term Care Management

§  Exploring Health Care Delivery Systems

§  The Managerial Environment


Ohio Department of Development

§  State-wide Steering Committee & Judge – Ohio

§  Graduate Business Student Competition 2001-2006

§  Competition Director 2005-2006

§  Judging Chair 2006

Kent State University

§  Educational Policies Council (University) 2005-2009

§  NTT Provost Advisory Committee (University) 2009-present

§  Undergraduate Curriculum Committee (COBA) 2005-2010

§  MBA Subcommittee (COBA) 2003-2004

§  PMBA Revision Subcommittee(COBA) 2008-2009

§  Undergraduate Curriculum Committee (Dept.) 2003-2010

§  Faculty Advisory Committee (Dept.) 2006-2010

§  Handbook Committee (Dept.) 2006-2010

Lake Erie College

§  Educational Policies and Procedures 2001-2003

§  Budget Committee 2001-2003

§  Dean’s Cabinet 2001-2003

§  Search Committee for Vice President of

§  Institutional Advancement-Chair 2002-2003

Armstrong Atlantic State University

§  Health Science Advisory Committee (Dept.) 1995-2000

§  Health Science Curriculum Committee (Dept.) 1995-1999

§  Educational Technology Committee (College) 1995-1996

§  Tenure and Promotion Committee (College) 1996-2000

§  Chair 1999-2000

§  Recruitment and Retention Committee (College) 1997-2000

§  HLPR 1100 Interdisciplinary Course

§  Development Committee (ad hoc)(College) 1997-1999

University Committees

§  Academic Affairs & Student Policy-Chair 1997-2000

§  Graduate Council (Graduate Faculty Governance) 1997-2000

§  Graduate Coordinators’ Committee 1997-1999

§  Grievance Committee 1996-1997

§  Student Exceptions/Information Committee 1996-1998

§  Faculty Development Committee-Chair 1997-2000

§  Executive Committee (Elected - Faculty Governance) 1998-2000

§  Distance Education Advisory Committee 1998-2000

§  Intellectual Property Committee 1999-2000

§  SACS Accreditation Steering Committee 1999-2000

§  Financial & Physical Resources

§   Subcommittee-Chair

Affiliations (Past & Present)

§  Financial Education Association

§  Financial Management Association

§  Health Care Financial Management Association

§  Eastern Finance Association

§  Midwest Finance Association

§  American Risk & Insurance Association

§  Association for Health Services Research

§  Beta Gamma Sigma (Business Honorary Society)

§  Alpha Eta (Allied Health Honorary Society)