Grace Farley is director of advancement and specialty projects at Cleary University. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in telecommunication from Michigan State University; a Master of Business Administration in non-profit management from Cleary; and a Juris Doctorate from Cooley Law School.
Farley worked as an attorney and president of a law firm, and served as a private consultant for non-profit organizations.
As a program director and adjunct professor for Cleary, Farley’s career has come full circle, back to where she excelled as a graduate student years ago. She says her position is fulfilling because leadership, faculty and staff work as a team to serve the needs of students as they pursue business education.
“There always has been and will be a need for those who understand business, from bartering to bitcoin. Their future, however, depends on their ability to marry skills and attributes, which is why Cleary’s unique Business Arts curriculum, which instills The Cleary Mind, is so valuable,” she says.