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Silviana Falcon, D.H.A.

Assistant Professor of Business Administration

The Dorotha C. Tanner Chair in Ethics in Business and Economics


Teaching is exhilarating. I never feel more energized than after a class that has gone well. Each time I teach, I aim to perpetuate knowledge and inspire learning. I believe that the amount of learning is strongly influenced by the amount and type of student participation. I invite my students into the course material by encouraging active and participatory learning. Simulations, debates, role playing, and games are a regular part of my classes.

-Silviana Falcon

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Dr. Falcon is a high performing, versatile, and commercially astute forward thinker offering a career of impressive successes within a broad range of challenging disciplines. She is particularly detail driven and analytical with a strong ability to view problems and recommend solutions from multiple perspectives.

Dr. Falcon's past 12 years of management experience include the daily operations, budget compliance, and resource allocation of roughly $20 million to operate 96 tertiary hospital inpatient medical beds and an outpatient mental health clinic. Dr. Falcon provided administrative oversight of 10 physicians and more than 250 employees. Currently, Dr. Falcon is an Instructor of Business Administration at Florida Southern College's Barney Barnett School of Business and Free Enterprise.

Dr. Falcon earned a bachelor's degree from Florida Southern College, a master's degree in Counseling from the University of South Florida, a master's degree in Health Services Administration from Webster University, and a doctorate in Health Services Administration from Central Michigan University.

Dr. Falcon is also a local small business owner, managing her own Real Estate Investment Corporation. As a State of Florida Certified Residential and Building Contractor, she also manages and leads her own residential and commercial building and remodeling corporation.


  • D.H.A., Health Services Administration, Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, MI
  • M.A., Health Services Administration, Webster University, Webster Groves, MO
  • M.A., Mental Health Counseling, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL
  • B.A., Psychology and Education, Florida Southern College, Lakeland, FL


Just this past April, I had the opportunity to work closely with our students as they presented at the Enactus United States National Exposition. I was truly inspired by our students' display of confidence and willingness to use their knowledge and spirit of entrepreneurship to leverage progress with our community. Their efforts were recognized placing the FSC team among the top twenty in the nation. As the Enactus Advisor this year, our work continues with the unwavering goal of empowering real human progress.