Dorothy Agger-Gupta, PhD

Program Director - School of Leadership Studies

    Working together for a more just and equitable world through education, imagination, technology, and art

    Phenomenography & Action ResearchOrganization StudiesOnline Gaming and Leadership CompetenciesSocial Change & Women's ArtOrganizational Innovation & Transformative ChangeMedia Information & KnowledgeInformation Society & Knowledge OrganizationsWomen & Online GamesGames & Online GamingVariation Theory & PhenomenographyVirtual CollaborationHealthcare LeadershipVirtual ResearchProject ManagementSystems TheorySocial NetworksInternational LeadershipPraxisArt Based ResearchInformation QualityTransnational InquirySocial Media & Social Change

    Four Arrows (Wahinkpe Topa) Aka. Don Trent Jacobs, PhD

    Doctoral Faculty - School of Leadership Studies

      Contrasting Indigenous ways of knowing with Western ones

      Counter-Hegemonic EducationPeace and Justice StudiesEcological JusticeIndigenous StudiesIndigenous Ways of Knowing

      Richard Appelbaum, PhD

      Doctoral Faculty - School of Leadership Studies

        Globalization; social and ecological sustainability; world-systems theory; the globalization of business and workers' rights.

        Global Political EconomyWorld SystemsLabor Markets and Global ProductionEast Asia and the Global EconomyTechnology and DevelopmentSociologyGlobal and International StudiesSocial and Ecological SustainabilityWorkers' RightsPublic SpeakingGrant WritingNon ProfitsCommunity OutreachQualitative and Quantitative Research Methods

        Patricia Arredondo

        Faculty Fellow - Office of the Provost

          Diversity & Inclusion Expert

          PsychologyHigher Education AdministrationHigher EducationGraduate EducationFaculty Governance in Higher EducationDiversity & InclusionDiversity & Inclusion in the WorkplaceMulticultural & Diversity

          Deepa Awal, PhD, PCC, BCC

          Adjunct Faculty - School of Leadership Studies

            Expert in Executive Coaching, Mentor Coaching, Leadership, Innovative Team Building

            Organizational BehaviorMulticultural Issues and DiversityLeadership DevelopmentTeam DevelopmentManagement DevelopmentManaging Transitions

            Nancy Baker, PhD

            Public Trustee

              Nancy Baker is a Fielding Emerita faculty and the President of Society for General Psychology (APA Div. 1).

              Psychological AssessmentForensic PsychologyLaw and EthicsMulticultural PsychologyGender and ViolenceSocial Justice in ForensicsFeminist and Multicultural Perspectives On Psychological Assessment

              Janet Baldwin Anderson, PhD

              Adjunct Faculty - School of Leadership Studies

                Experienced coach and educator

                Evidence Based CoachingNeuroscience and the Practice of MindfulnessPersonal MasterySomatic AwarenessInterpersonal NeurobiologyHuman CompetenceExperiential Learning

                Frank Barrett, PhD

                Doctoral Faculty - School of Leadership Studies

                  Creating learning organizations; improvisation and sustainability in organizations; appreciative inquiry as a positive mode of action.

                  Appreciative InquiryImprovisation and Organizational InnovationOrganizational LearningSpiritual DevelopmentSocial Impact of Information TechnologyGlobal Studies

                  Jim Beaubien, PhD

                  Adjunct Faculty - School of Leadership Studies

                    Organizational development, design, effectiveness, leadership; self-organizing systems.

                    Organizational Design and EffectivenessOrganizational LeadershipOrganizational DevelopmentSelf-Organizing SystemsFacilitation Skills

                    Manley A. Begay, EdD

                    Public Trustee

                      Faculty member at Northern Arizona University where he teaches courses on nation-building, curriculum development, and Indigenous education

                      Indigenous Nation-BuildingIndigenous Education