Jacqueline Awadzi Calloway

Contributing Faculty
College of Management and Technology
B.S. Business Administration (BSBA)

Dr. Awadzi-Calloway earned her PhD. in Organization and Management from Capella University, her Masters in Business Administration from Texas A&M University and her Masters of Science in Educational Technology from the Keller Graduate School of Management at DeVry University. She also has graduate certificates in Human Resource Management and Supply Chain Management and a Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Engineering. She has been an educator for the past fourteen years teaching on-site, on-line and hybrid courses in the areas of management, statistics, organizational behavior, leadership, human resource management, global business, strategy, business law and information systems at several institutions of higher education. She has been teaching at Walden University since 2010.

Dr. Awadzi-Calloway has worked successfully with graduate and undergraduate students, particularly military and adult learners, to achieve their goals. She has industry experience in the fields of petroleum engineering, information technology, compliance, new business development, and project management.

Dr. Awadzi-Calloway’s research focuses on leadership and emotional intelligence and she has authored several award winning publications. She is an active member of Women in Higher Education and the American Association of University Women and is also involved in several community volunteer associations.

Dr. Awadzi-Calloway believes in life-long learning and is committed to student success and engagement. She is passionate about education and knows first hand how education can reshape lives, redirect paths and create opportunities for success

Courses Taught

ISYS 3001 - Information Systems in Enterprise

ISYS 4301 - Business Process Design

ISYS 4302 - Management of Technology

BUSI 1003U - Principles of Leadership and Management


PhD, Capella University

MBA, Texas A&M University

MS, DeVry University

Public Service

American Heritage Girls, Other - Manassas, Virginia

American Heritage Girls, Organizer - Woodbridge

Samaritan House/American Heritage Girls, Volunteer -


Awadzi, D., Awadzi Calloway, J. (2018). Increasing conversions through behavioral retargeting. International Academic Journal of Social Sciences

Awadzi, D., Awadzi Calloway, J. (2017). Teaching to Lead: The Whole Child Approach to Education. Academy of Business Research Journal


Awadzi Calloway, J., Awadzi, D. (2018). Vlog here, vlog there, vlog everywhere: An analysis of vlogging effectiveness in the workplace.. North American Management Society

Awadzi, D., Awadzi Calloway, J. (2017). Are there any questions?: An Analysis of the Impact of Teacher Attributes on Student Learning at an Historically Black College & University. Association for Business Research.

Awadzi, D., Awadzi Calloway, J., Awadzi, D. (2017). Please stop following me: Behavioral retargeting a marketing strategy. Association of Business Research

Awadzi, D., Awadzi Calloway, J. (2017). We aren’t just playing games, we are motivating employees: Gamification and organizational effectiveness..