College of Management and Technology
School of Management
Degree ProgramPh.D. Management
Dr. Christina Anastasia is a college professor and professional businesswoman with a passion that focuses on small business and economic development.
Her specialization is in business plan preparation for acquisition of funds and has counseled for the SBDC helping start- up companies write business plans. As a business owner, she is a strong supporter that small business is the backbone of American society and that economic development relies on the Mom and Pop businesses that dot the American landscape. One of her own companies, a graphic design and sign business, fits into this demographic. She has been doing business in the sign industry since 2001. In addition, Dr. A owns an RV Park, and a successful wholes business that jobs products to smaller gift stores and outlets throughout the country.
In addition to being and educator and business owner, Dr. A has published three books and has been a contributing author for a textbook in Organizational Behavior and have written course content for doctoral, graduate, and undergraduate courses.
MGMT8003 8003 - Gateway to Doctoral Management Studies
MGMT9000 9000 - Doctoral Dissertation
PhD, Capella University - Minneapolis, MN United States
Post Doctoral Certificate in Executive Leadership, Colorado Technical University - Colorado Springs, CO 80907, CO United States
MA, University of Phoenix - Tempe, AZ United States
Chamber of Commerce Paola, Kansas, Committee Member - Paola, KS United States
Society of Human Research Management, Member
Anastasia, C. M. (2015). Defining the Small Business and Microenterprise: A Mixed Methodology Study Journal of Management Policy and Practice.
Anastasia, C. M. (2016). The Business Simulation Paradigm: Tracking Effectiveness in Master’s Degree Programs
Anastasia, C. M. (2015). Organizational Behavior
Anastasia, C. M. (2019). Conceptual Frameworks for Research
Anastasia, C. M. (2015). Audio Feedback Western International University