CEBES Faculty Profile: Dr. Angela B. Mosby

Angela B. Mosby, Ph.D
Adjunct Instructor, MSA Program
Ext. 8214, 3020 Lincoln Plaza, Philadelphia
amosby@lincoln.edu


Professor Angela D. Mosby has been the Human Resource Officer for EPA Region III in Philadelphia since 1999. With over 28 years of experience in the field of Human Resources Management, Professor Mosby is considered to be an expert in federal employment law. She earned a Master of Science in Administration with a concentration in Human Resources, from Lincoln University. She also received her B.A. in Political Science from Lincoln University. Research for her thesis, "The Impact of Mandatory Hiring Consideration Programs in the Federal Government," led her to focus on the obstacles presented by traditional federal hiring procedures and the difficulty in recruiting a diverse candidate pool for external hiring. Professor Mosby's Diversity Recruitment Plan resulted in 47 new hires with 47% minority selections in the field of science and engineering. Her strategic plan received national attention and became the model of a "Best Practice" among federal agencies. She was recognized and awarded an EPA Bronze Medal for this accomplishment and for spearheading the first Hispanic Student Employment summer program in EPA Region 3.

Professor Mosby has had numerous achievements throughout her years of federal service. She is a graduate of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, Womens Executive Leadership Program and the Culturally Competent Human Services Program. She completed the "Leadership for a Democratic Society Program" at the prestigious Federal Executive Institute in Charlottesville, Virginia. This is a highly competitive senior executive program for SES members and high performance GS-15's and she received her Coaching Certification from the University of Pennsylvania. Professor Mosby is currently completing her final course work toward a Ph.D. in Organization and Management at Capella University. As you can see, she is a believer of continuous learning.