Varina Haney

Lead Faculty
Fort Bragg & Pope Campus
Adult & Online Education
Office Address:
Fort Bragg Campus

Biography

Mrs. Haney spent the first half of her career training soldiers in Communications Electronics at Fort Gordon, GA, and in Germany and Korea. She moved into the college system as a Business & Industry trainer in 1993. Mrs. Haney has several highly recognized training certifications. She has conducted training for businesses all over the US, in all areas of “soft skills”, including topics such as Communication, Leadership, Supervisory Skills, Team Management, HR, and many others. After completing her MBA, Mrs. Haney began teaching Academic classes in Business, Management and Marketing, as well as running her own training business, working with corporations, government agencies, colleges and government contractors. While moving around with her military spouse, Mrs. Haney has taught at almost a dozen different colleges through the years, and continues to conduct training through her personal business. Her focus is on bringing “real world” into her academic classes in order to prepare her students for success. Mrs. Haney teaches traditional, blended, and fully online classes, and considers the opportunity to teach a wonderful blessing from the Lord.


Education

  • MBA, Brenau University
  • BS Business Management, Brenau University
  • Associates Communication Electronics, Georgia Military College

Credentials

  • Certification in Development and Delivery of Online Classes, Brenau University
  • Lead Faculty/Blackboard Mentor for Campbell University Fort Bragg
  • DDI Certified Facilitator, 2007
  • Certified Achieveglobal Facilitator, 1993
  • Certified Work Keys Job Profiler, 1995

Career Highlights

  • Lead Faculty for Campbell University Fort Bragg
  • NCCS Regional Leadership Development Trainer 2008-2009
  • Taking students to Europe for International Study Programs in 2001 and 2003
  • Chosen for US Army Europe Training Team for EEO related topics, 1987-1989
  • Chosen for US Army Upward Mobility Program to one of the first female Communications Electronics Instructors at Fort Gordon, GA 1982-1986

Awards, Recognition & Honors

  • Outstanding Adjunct Faculty of the Year, Brenau University, 2004
  • Instructor of the Year SC Association of Continuing Education, 1997
  • GTE Instructor of the Year, 1991