Desila has been a featured speaker for highly regarded national and state conferences and has presented professional research papers at the Midwest Business Administration Association and the Academy of Business Disciplines annual meetings. She received the Bob Baird Award for her work at the 2004 National Business and Economics Society Conference. Desila has been published in numerous academic and industry journals. Most recently she co-authored “Sexual Harassment Programs Using Behavioral Science Research”, which has been published by the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM). Desila is the president of a local training and project management company, Organizational Development Solutions, Inc. She is a past president for the Indiana Association for Healthcare Quality, a Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality, a Certified Training Consultant, and past SIG Director for the National Association for Healthcare Quality. She is past president of the Northwest Indiana Society of Human Resource Managers (SHRM), a member of the 2013-3014 Indiana SHRM Conference Planning Team, and a member of the Indiana SHRM State Council, serving as the Foundation Director. She is also a member of the E-engaging, and on the Board of Directors for the Porter County Community Foundation. She was chosen as the 2014 Woman Business Person of the Year by the SBDC. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Purdue University and a master’s degree from the University of Notre Dame.
Desila Rosetti, M.S.A.
Associate Professor, Business Management Program
Department of Business and Information Technology
2400 New York Ave
Whiting, IN 46394
Office Hours: by appointment
- Bachelor's Degree, Purdue University
- Master's Degree, University of Notre Dame
Desila is a an Associate Professor in the Business Department at Calumet College of St Joseph. She teaches a variety of undergraduate classes on topics including small business, strategy, marketing, supervision, and introduction to business. In addition, she currently serves as the Program Director for the Master of Science in Management Program and the Faculty Advisor for the Student Chapter of the Society of Human Resource Managers (SHRM). She has been involved in many non profit organizations throughout Lake and Porter County as a trainer, coach, strategic planner, project manager, human resource manager, project manager, and recruiter.