"There are singers and there are vocalist. A singer sings a song nicely, a vocalist makes the song their own story and delivers it in that tone to the audience. Colby delivers his message and learning in the style of a great vocalist"
- Marketing Director New Product Development, The Flesh Company
Colby B. Jubenville, PhD is an accomplished author, international speaker, professor, business advisor, entrepreneur and inventor. He holds an academic appointment at Middle Tennessee State University as Special Assistant to the Dean for Student Success and Strategic Partnerships in the College of Behavioral and Health Sciences.
In 2010 Jubenville was selected by the Nashville Business Journal as a member of its Forty Under 40 class and in 2015 Jubenville accepted an invitation from the Washington Times to write about self-reliance and an entrepreneurial mindset ultimately teaching people how to “go their own way.”
In that same year he received the Nashville Emerging Leaders Impact Award presented by the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and YP Nashville. The award honors one of Nashville’s top leaders who has made a significant impact on Nashville’s YP demographic.
Jubenville is the 2015 recipient of St. Paul’s Episcopal School (Mobile, AL) Distinguished Alumni Award. This award recognizes alumni with outstanding accomplishments in his/her professional field and civic leadership to St. Paul’s Episcopal School who have won the respect, confidence and affection of the community.
He regularly speaks on his books Me: How To Sell Who You Are, What You Do & Why You Matter to the World and Zebras & Cheetahs: Look Different and Stay Agile to Survive the Business Jungle, published by Wiley and Sons which teaches others how to compete on unique value resulting in getting paid for the value you deliver. During his tenure in higher education, Jubenville has published numerous peer reviewed and professional trade articles, book chapters and reports and founded The Journal of Applied Sport Management published by Sagamore.