College of Management and Technology
Cristina Espinosa serves as Academic Program Coordinator for Walden’s BSBA Dual Degree. She has served as Program Director for the BS in Business Administration and for the International BSBA Dual Degree as well as a member of the Walden University faculty since 2005. Espinosa brings a US Latino-Mexican American and an international business perspective to her position. She is a former professor and Director of the Center for Strategic Studies at ITESM (Monterrey Institute of Technology –Mexico). She is in the Advisory Board at Santa Fe Trading LTD, and international Trading Co. As former president of the consulting firm, Interact Planning and Decision Making, she was engaged in bi-national projects, working with the Mexican Federal Government, Chihuahua state government as well as major corporations such as Coca Cola and Levi Strauss. A former member of the governor of Georgia’s Latino Commission, Espinosa served the education task force. She has served as a member of the Board of Directors of The New Agenda, a national women’s organization dedicated to improving the lives of women and girls through systemic change in the media, workplace, schools, and at home, and at GALEO, Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials as member of the Leadership Council.
Espinosa is a member of the American Society for Public Administration; Sigma Iota Epsilon, a National Honorary and Professional Management society; and Pi Alpha Alpha, a National Honor Society for Public Affairs and Administration.