College of Management and Technology
Dr. Janie Hall is a Contributing Faculty member at Walden University and is approved to teach didactic courses in addition to doctoral mentoring courses for the College of Management and Technology. She enjoys the paving a way to academic excellence, interacting with students, and teaching core concepts leading to further investigation. She is a member of Delta Mu Delta, the Golden Key Honour Society, Society of Professional Consultants, International Leadership Association, and Professional Editors Network (PEN).
Dr. Hall has disseminated the findings of her doctoral study, Tribal Gaming Leaders toward a Sustainable Future through submission of peer-reviewed articles, a research symposium, multiple speaking engagements, a peer-reviewed chapter in the Refractive Thinker entitled Native American Women in Leadership Working toward a Sustainable Future. Her study has provided her the opportunity to gain professional and academic expertise to facilitate improvements in the small and medium-sized businesses. She has published works in the American Indian Quarterly and The Qualitative Report.
Dr. Janie Hall resides in Joplin, MO. She contributes to social change through her work as a master gardener and is the vice-president of the Ozark Gateway Regional Master Gardeners chapter of the Missouri University extension. The volunteer effort is to provide education, leadership, training, and support for the Jasper County community. Workshops, speaker’s bureaus, and demonstration projects allow Master Gardeners to provide education each year in person or through helplines. Also, her master gardening team provides thousands of pounds of produce to nonprofit organizations to feed families who have been identified as food insecure. Dr. Hall is a lunch buddy for Bright Futures USA. This program is a grass root, community-based effort to focus on the success of all children. She was recently recognized by Delta Mu Delta, the Golden Key Honour Society, American Red Cross, and the Association of Respiratory Care for her assistance with a dining companion, which prompted a call to action for over 1 million unique viewers in at least 23 countries.