Elana Winslow

Associate Professor | Coordinator, Business

Elana Winslow
Culinary Conference Center, Room 222C
Journal Square Campus

M.B.A., Operations Management & Global Business, Rutgers University
B.S., Marketing, Yeshiva University

Classes: Business; Management; and Internship.

Professor Winslow has been at HCCC since 2010. She developed the new A.S. degree program in Business Administration and multiple courses in various modalities, and spearheaded and coordinates the College’s a Business Internship program. Professor Winslow works closely with the YearUp program, which introduces students to internships and potential employment opportunities with major corporations.

Professor Winslow trained at a New York Stock Exchange Innovative Teacher/Educator workshop, and participated in professional development seminars such as Wharton's Leadership Conference, Rutgers Business Education Summit, and the NJBIA Women Business Leaders Forum. She believes strongly in introducing students to opportunities outside the classroom, and has accompanied HCCC students to iconic American institutions, financial hubs, and businesses including New York Stock Exchange, Federal Reserve, New York State Court, Bloomberg Headquarters, and an Amazon processing facility.

Professor Winslow’s collaborative spirit has helped garner departmental partnerships and agreements with St. Peter's University, New Jersey City University, and Rutgers University, and she leads HCCC student visits to neighboring four-year institutions. Under her mentorship, HCCC students have continuously participated in the New Jersey County College Case Competition (NJC4) since its inception. In 2018, HCCC won second place state-wide in that competition. Professor Winslow has served as a member of Rutgers Advisory Board for NJC4.

Professor Winslow is a founding advisor of the HCCC Business and Accounting Club. She served on numerous committees, including the All College Council, Curriculum and Instruction, and Cultural Affairs. She serves on the HCCC President’s Council on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (PACDEI).