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Kim Critchlow

Core Faculty

College of Management and Technology

School of Management

Degree Program Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)

Dr. Kim A. Critchlow has worked in higher education for over 18 years as a faculty member and an administrator. She has over 20 years of experience working and leading in Fortune 100 companies and in restructuring organizations in response to social and regulatory change. Dr. Critchlow has held leadership positions in a cross-section of industries such as post-secondary higher education administration, banking, real estate, and software manufacturing. She is an entrepreneur and has served as a consultant in firms that educate its clients in organizational mission and vision alignment, leadership and employee development and in identifying necessary adjustments in response to social change. Dr. Critchlow is active in and is an advocate for community service and community service leadership. She believes that education is to be used to educate others. Dr. Critchlow has a masters degree in psychology, a masters of business administration, and doctor of management in organizational leadership degrees.

Courses Taught

DDBA 8006 - Contemporary Challenges in Business

DDBA 8161 - Business Strategy Innovative Competitive Advantage

DDBA 8532 - Seminar in Consumer Behavior

DDBA 8582 - HR Plan Organizational Agility

DDBA 8101 - Doctoral Study Mentoring

DDBA 9001 - Doctoral Study Completion

Education

PhD, University of Phoenix

MBA, Golden Gate University

MS, University of Phoenix

Publications

Critchlow, K. A. (2005). A PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE CAREER ACCESSION OF AFRICAN AMERICAN FEMALES INTO COMMUNITY COLLEGE PRESIDENCIES

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