Dean, School of Business
Dr. Kannenberg earned a Doctor of Management degree from Webster University and holds two Masters Degrees, one in Finance and another in Business, also from Webster University. Her professional experience began in the Marketing and Insurance industries, then she spent six years prior to coming to Missouri Baptist University as Operations Manager and Corporate Secretary for a Computer Software firm. Dr. Kannenberg provides on-going consulting services for a mid-size discount retailer.
Assistant Professor of Management
Jason Kaminsky worked in IT Management for over thirty-five years for several major St. Louis based businesses. Most recently he worked for Nestle Purina for over twenty years. Kaminsky joined Missouri Baptist University Business School as an Adjunct Professor in 2019 and transitioned to the position of Assistant Professor of Management in 2020. He earned his Doctor of Management degree in 2010 from Webster University. His passions include the field of leadership and organizational development. His doctoral dissertation focused on leadership. A summary of his dissertation was published in the Journal of Leadership Studies in 2012. Kaminsky also holds two graduate degrees from Washington University and an undergraduate degree from the University of Missouri-St. Louis. He also earned certification as a Project Management Professional from the Project Management Institute in 2000.
Assistant Professor of Marketing and Business Administration
Stephanie Kontrim-Baumann (aka Stephanie Baumann) is an Assistant Professor of Marketing and Business Administration. Prof. Baumann is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with an MBA from Washington University in St. Louis. Prior to higher education, her professional career spanned nearly 15 years in several different capacities of increasing responsibility in her global organization, including roles in the corporate office in Amsterdam. She teaches undergraduate marketing, global, and business communication courses as well as graduate courses in international business and executive communication. Her academic interests include marketing strategy, data privacy in market research, globalization, and, very specifically, the marketing and supply chain of the international flower trade. She also has a focus on creating educational international opportunities for students and has led short-term travel study courses.
Associate Professor of Accounting
Kathryn Pupillo is an Associate Professor of Accounting. She joined Missouri Baptist University as an Adjunct Professor in 2020 and transitioned to full time in 2022. She earned an MBA and Master of Accounting from Maryville University, and a Bachelor of Accounting from the University of Missouri – St. Louis. Kathryn is a licensed CPA and an educator member of the Missouri Society of CPA’s. Prior to higher education, her professional career was in corporate accounting, public accounting, and small business leadership. She teaches courses in undergraduate accounting as well as graduate MBA courses.