- Louisville Campus
3101 Bardstown Road 40205
Phone: 502.456.6505 / 800.844.1354
- Lexington Campus
2355 Harrodsburg Road 40504
Phone: 859.276.4357 / 800.467.6281
- Fort Knox Campus
63 Quartermaster Street 40121
Phone: 502.942.8500 / 800.562.6713
- Online Division
2100 Gardiner Lane Ste. 220 Louisville, KY 40205
Phone: 502.413.8830 / 866.755.7887
Shawn Schwaner earned his Bachelor's Degree in Sociology/Anthropology at Denison University and his Doctorate in Sociology at The Ohio State University in 1995. Shawn has earned several significant teaching awards for his student-centered and innovative approach to teaching. Most recently, Dr. Schwaner earned his MBA from Sullivan University in the 201; he was a recipient of the President's Cup for academic achievement.
He has also had an extensive career in community building initiatives. Shawn Schwaner has designed, launched, and implemented significant economic development and crime reduction programs in Columbus, Ohio and Louisville, Kentucky. In 1999, he earned the Distinguished Citizen's Award for the creation of the Operation Restore Program in joint effort with the Louisville Police Department.
After earning tenure at the University of Louisville, Dr. Schwaner left to pursue his aspiration as a financial consultant and business development specialist. Specializing in portfolio construction, succession planning, and business consulting he was ranked as a top producer at Metlife in the Kentucky, Indiana, and Ohio region.
Shawn Schwaner is a highly sought professional speaker. He has provided inspirational and motivational engagements for churches and schools, extensive seminar and training development for local, regional, and national agencies, and continues to provide professional coaching.
Development. In his career, he has specialized in strategic planning, corporate relationship building, community outreach, and various activities pertaining to public relations. After spending two years as the Director of Sullivan University's International Studies Program, he returned to a full-time faculty position as a full-professor (earned in 2010).