E. Anne Christo-Baker

E. Anne Christo-BakerE. Anne Christo-Baker

Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior and Leadership

Technology Building 185
Ext. 5643
ehchrist@pnc.edu

Office hours:  By appointment. Please e-mail

E. Anne Christo-Baker  is an Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior and Leadership in the College of Business at Purdue University North Central.  Her teaching experience and research interests include leadership, organizational behavior, personality, gender, and diversity.  She is an engaged member of several academic and professional organizations; including the Academy of Management, International Leadership Association, North American Management Society, and Society for Human Resource Management; where she serves as a presenter and peer-reviewer.

Her engagement at Purdue North Central includes service on various University committees and leadership on the Faulty Senate.  Dr. Christo-Baker also serves as faculty advisor for the campus student chapters of the Society for Human Resource Management, Future Business Leaders of America, and Delta Mu Delta Honor Society.

In addition to her academic service,  Dr. Christo-Baker provides consultation and employee development services to various organizations both nationally and internationally. She is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Chicagoland Immigrant Welcome Network. Prior to embarking on an academic career,  Dr. Christo-Baker had over two decades of experience in the public and private sectors.

Education
Dr. Christo-Baker holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Economics (with Honors) from the University of Sierra Leone, a Master’s Degree in Organization Development from Blowling Green State University and Doctorate in Leadership Studies from Bowling Green State University.

Professional Certifications
MBTI® Qualified Practitioner
Workplace Big FiveTM Qualified Consultant

 

Began at Purdue North Central
2009