Position: 
Adjunct Faculty
Department: 
Credentials: 
  • M.B.A., Olivet Nazarene University
  • B.A. (Management and Leadership), Judson University

Cliff Boggs is an adjunct professor in the School for Graduate and Continuing Studies at Olivet Nazarene University, Judson University, and College of DuPage (COD).  His primary field of instruction encompasses undergraduate and graduate business courses of all types across the BBA, MBA, and MOL programs. He lives in Carol Stream, IL with his lovely wife, three sons, and two retired racing greyhounds.

His professional work experience that he brings into the classroom encompasses over 20 years of entrepreneurial business ownership and another 20 years of working for Fortune 500 and Fortune 100 companies in various strategic and leadership positions. Having directed up to 150 team members at one time, he is equipped to address team-building leadership, especially high-performing, cross functional teams, which provide organizations with powerful and creative teams that get important things accomplished.

He is currently the Chief Operating Officer of a large advocacy firm working with families with special needs family members.  He has also spent many years leading international business development, branch expansion, and merchandising strategy efforts with a Canadian subsidiary of a Fortune-500 corporation, as well as with this same corporation's Mexico business expansion. His work has included not only strategic roles internationally but leadership, advertising, marketing, training, finance, and other business functions within their international divisions.

His goal is to bring his experience into every classroom to help each student better understand the business world related to the course currently at hand and to act as a resource for his students in other courses they may have already taken, or will take in their upcoming studies. Professor Boggs gives Blessings and congratulations to each student for taking learning and self-improvement seriously and it is his wish that ALL students commit to lifelong learning!