Eddy received her MBA with high distinction from Babson College, F.W. Olin School of Business.¬† Her concentration of study was in the area of finance and marketing.¬† She earned her undergraduate degree with distinction in both Economics and Administrative Science from Colby College. ¬†
Eddy currently teaches in the business department at Post University.¬† She also teaches computer science in the Community College system and at Central Connecticut State University (CCSU). Eddy has a passion for the use of technology in higher education.¬† She has focused on this work with the development and delivery of courses using the hybrid and blended learning teaching models.¬† Over the past 2 years, she has participated in numerous workshops, pilots, and training sessions with the State of Connecticut on the effective use of technology for teaching.¬† She was recently a guest speaker and workshop leader for executive education on the use of new technology at the Connecticut Library Association ‚ÄúExpand your Horizons‚ÄĚ Conference.¬†
Professionally, Eddy spent 15 years with the Digital Equipment Corporation, the $14 billion computer manufacturer acquired by Compaq and later by HP.¬† She held managerial positions in the corporate offices in Massachusetts, working in the areas of finance and marketing.¬† Eddy was promoted and relocated to Connecticut to work on complex systems integration technology projects with high visibility clients including Aetna, Pfizer, Travelers, Executone & U.S. Surgical.¬† She has worked in the nonprofit sector, providing fundraising services for a Connecticut educational organization securing large clients such as Macy‚Äôs, American Eagle and the Federal Credit Union.¬† Currently Eddy‚Äôs consulting concentrates on providing technological, sales, business and marketing consulting to clients in the real-estate industry, packaging industry and small business market.¬† She has been successful both in the tactical and strategic implementation of technology for clients.
Inducted member of Phi Beta Kappa and Beta Gamma Sigma.