- Horn Entrepreneurship
- Ed.D., Organizational Leadership, Northeastern University
- M.A., Lifelong Learning Policy and Management, Institute of Education and University of Deusto
- M.S.Ed., Higher Education Management, University of Pennsylvania
- B.A., Foreign Languages & Literatures- Italian Studies, University of Delaware
Course Taught or Developed:
- ENTR 420/620 Social Entrepreneurship
- HDFS 490 Community Empowerment through Entrepreneurship (Forthcoming in Fall 2020)
- HDFS 346 Couseling in Human Services
- ENTR 464 Social Entrepreneurship Practicum
- HDFS/ENTR 367 Social Entrepreneurship Ecosystems in Germany (Forthcoming in Winter 2020)
Dr. Raible is an Assistant Professor with a joint appointment between HDFS and Horn Entrepreneurship. She is the Faculty Director and Advisor for the Certificate in Social Entrepreneurship, Minor in Social Entrepreneurship, and the BS in Human Services: Community-Based Social Entrepreneurship Concentration. During the 2018/19 academic year, Dr. Raible was honored to become one of 15 academics selected as a Teaching & Learning Scholar through the U.S. Association for Small Business Enterprise (USASBE).
Prior to joining the University in Fall 2018, Dr. Raible has been working in higher education within teaching, administration, advising, consulting, and research roles in both the United States and Europe. Throughout her career, she has taught social entrepreneurship, cultural entrepreneurship, creative problem solving, management, and leadership (ethical, responsible, and organizational). During the 2015/16 academic year, she was awarded with a prestigious Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowship, when she worked in Germany with the BMW Foundation Herbert Quandt, Global Entrepreneurship Summer School (GESS), Social Entrepreneurship Akademie (SEA), Proboneo, and Robert Bosch Foundation on topics related to social entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship education. She also held a short-term research fellowship centered on entrepreneurship education with the Deusto International Tuning Academy in Bilbao, Spain. Dr. Raible also holds experience as the Co-Founder of the professional network, International Network of Innovators in Education (INIE), which held international conferences in Lisbon, Krakow, and Madrid. Because of her own entrepreneurial experience with INIE, Dr. Raible supported other aspiring and new entrepreneurs through two European Commission-supported incubator programs, leading the annual conference planning, participant selection, and social entrepreneurship programming between 2013-17.
In addition to her professional experience, Dr. Raible has served within several nonprofit and advisory boards and international association working groups. She is a BMW Responsible Leader and a member of the Transatlantic Core Group, an association of American and German leaders supported through the efforts and coordination of the BMW Foundation Herbert Quandt, Robert Bosch Foundation, Atlantic Council, and Chicago Council on Global Affairs.
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