Priya D. Dozier is an assistant professor of instruction in the School of Information Systems and Management on the USF St. Petersburg campus.
Before joining USF in 2019, she served as vice president of digital solutions and innovation at PSCU, a credit union service organization in St. Petersburg, Florida. Dozier has almost 20 years of experience in various roles in product management, product development, and business analysis in the financial services industry. She has taught courses in ethics, management, product development, and organization strategies at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Her research interests include management, innovation, and product development, with a recent study related to blockchain adoption in the financial services industry. Through her research, Dozier explores the intersection of technology and decision-making through the lens of individual users, leaders, and organizations.
Dozier is a board member and business mentor at Northeast High School and a member of the Product Development and Management Association. She earned her bachelor’s degree in management information systems from Florida State University and her MBA and DBA degrees from the University of South Florida.
- Dozier, P. & Montgomery, T. (2019). Banking on blockchain: An evaluation of innovation decision making. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management,