Dr. Lillie Hibbler-Britt, PhD

PVCET Facilitator


Dr. Hibbler-Britt is an accomplished scholar practitioner with over 24 years private sector experience working for Fortune 500 companies and 7 plus years of higher education teaching experience. She is committed to human capital development, and have successfully managed both local and online associate faculty, responsible for establishing training, mentoring and coaching to ensure a successful classroom experience for students.

Furthermore, Dr. Hibbler-Britt is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of Claflin University, in Orangeburg. She received an MBA from Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green,and a Doctorate of Philosophy in Organizational Behavior, Human Resources  from Capella University. Dr. Hibbler-Britt is an Associate Professor and the Jersey City Campus College Chair for the School of Business and information  Systems and Technology, University of  Phoenix.


She is an expert in analyzing organizational behavior and providing  methodical strategy to manage change in both private and public organizations in achieving organizational goals.  Her work experience besides the academic environment and research include  The Focus Investment Team (Owner/LPL Investment Advisor Representative), Wachovia Securities/Prudential Securities ( Associate VP Investments), and BAE Systems, (Assistant Project Manager). Others include  BAE Systems (Contracts.



  • Hibbler-Britt, L. (2016). Intellectual Curiosity and Leadership. Presented at the ACBSP International Conference, Cancun, Mexico, November 01 -06, 2016.

  • Hibbler-Britt, L. (2015). Small Business Success and Social Capital: A Multi-Cultural Approach. Presented at the Global Conference on Business and Finance. The Institute for Business and Finance Research, Las Vegas NV January 04-07, 2015.

  • Hibbler-Britt, L. (2016) Critical Success Factors of African American Financial Advisors at Major Brokerage Firms. Presented at the Global Conference on

  • Business and Finance. The Institute for Business and Finance Research, Honolulu, HI January 04-07, 2016.

  • Hibbler-Britt, L. and Sussan, F. (2016). Digital Divide in Small Businesses: Social Media Use Difference between

  • Whites vs. Non-White Small Business Owners Presented at the ICSB Conference in Jersey City NJ.

  • Hibbler-Britt, L. and Sussan, F. (2016). Paper submitted for publication: One size doesn’t fit all: An empirical study of small business social media attitude, use and utilization.

  • Publications

  • Hibbler-Britt, L. (2016). Critical Success Factors of Black Financial Advisors in the Brokerage Industry. Global Journal of Business Research, 10(3) 57-68

  • River Voices: A sociopolitical ideology of issues affecting the African American community. Xlibris Publications, 2011.

  • Hibbler, L. (1986). Usage of Installment Credit among Selected Dual Income Households. Master's Thesis. Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH.

  • Hibbler-Britt, L. (2009). Critical Success Factors of Black Financial Advisors at Major Brokerage Firms.

  • Doctoral Dissertation.  Capella University, Minneapolis MN.


Community Affiliation

  • Human Relations Commission, York PA (former commissioner)

  • Leadership York (Graduate) United Negro College Fund

  • Fountain Baptist Church

  • Claflin College Alumni Association---Class Agent

  • Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.

  • Board of Directors University Business Academy—Englewood, NJ

  • New Jersey Business and Industry, Professional Women’s Committee; co-Chair

  • Financial Talent Network, NJ; Chair Outreach Committee

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