Lisa Barrow

Contributing Faculty
College of Management and Human Potential
Ph.D. Management

Dr. Lisa Barrow an internationally known workplace bullying expert, coach and consultant. As a social change agent, she lobbies for anti-bullying legislation in the US and Canada. Dr. Barrow the author of three books titled, In Darkness Light Dawns: Exposing Workplace Bullying, Hope for a Healthy Workplace: Introducing Philanthropian Leadership, and A Hermeneutic Phenomenological Study of Philanthropian Leadership.

Dr. Barrow has several years of experience in management in the automotive and medical manufacturing industries. She has presented her research on workplace bullying at academic and professional conferences and have been a guest on tv and radio shows in Canada, China, and the United States.

Dr. Barrow's field of study is leadership. She has been teaching at the university level for sixteen years. Dr. Barrow has been mentoring and teaching at Walden for four years.

Courses Taught

RSCH 8301M - Quality Reasoning & Analysis

MGMT 8100 - Dissertation Mentoring

RESI 8403A - PhD Residency

MGMT 8730M - Developing Human Capital Organizations

MGMT 8990M - Developing a Prospectus

MGMT 9000B - Doctoral Dissertation


Doctor of Management, University of Phoenix

MS, Buffalo State College

MS, Arizona State College

BA, Capital University

Public Service

, Guest Speaker - Ontario