Center for Professional Selling
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Dedicated to excellence in sales education and based in the university's Hankamer School of Business, the Center for Professional Selling is recognized as one of the premier global information resources for the sales profession.
Stephanie Mangus, Ph.D., assistant professor in Baylor University’s Professional Selling program, was recently named the abstracts editor for the Journal of Personal Selling and Sales Management (JPSSM). According to editor-in-chief Adam Rapp, Ph.D., Professor & Executive Director of the Ralph and Luci Schey Sales Centre at Ohio University, Mangus was selected for the position from a large pool of applicants based on their research records and JPSSM review history.
Baylor’s Center for Professional Selling (ProSales) is pleased to announce that Brian Galbraith and Beth Gosnell are the Spring 2022 Outstanding ProSales Student Coaches. ProSales sponsors student involvement in four internal and six external sales competitions each year. In addition to competing, ProSales students serve as student coaches, providing rich learning opportunities for both student competitors and student coaches while building student-peer relationships and the collaborative ProSales culture.
Double majoring in ProSales and Finance, Riley seeks to incorporate her Christian faith into her work and honor God by using her gifts to the best of her ability. With a strong sense of empathy and a passion for people, Riley has tutored children at underperforming schools, worked with mentally and physically disabled kids, and seeks a career in sales primarily to help others.
Double majoring in ProSales and Risk Management & Insurance, Sam Whitaker decided to pursue a career in sales because he wants to help others. Passionate about people, he seeks to build meaningful relationships and add value in every situation.