E. Anne Christo-Baker
Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior and Leadership
Technology Building 185
Office hours: By appointment. Please e-mail
|BackgroundDr. Christo-Baker provides instruction and course development in organizational behavior and leadership. She has previous instructional experience in organizational leadership, management, business, and social sciences at several higher education institutions. her academic service also includes being a presenter and peer-reviewer for international, national, and regional conferences and serving on dissertation committees. Her current research focus in in the area of personality and engagement in the workplace.
Prior to embarking on an academic career, she served in both the business and public sectors. For the past fourteen years, her career focus has been in organization and leadership development. Most recently, she was at Penn State where she was a resource to units across the University for expertise in the areas of leadership and management development, communication, facilitation, and team building. She has served as a trainer and consultant both nationally and internationally.
Christo-Baker holds a Doctorate in Leadership Studies from Bowling Green State University, a Master’s Degree in Organization Development also from Bowling Green State University, and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Economics from the University of Sierra Leone. She was the 2004 recipient of her doctoral department’s William J. York Dissertation Research Award.
|Began at Purdue North Central
Ed.D., Bowling Green State University, 2004
M.O.D., Bowling Green State University, 1998
B.S., (Hons) University of Sierra Leone, 1980
MBTI® Qualified Practitioner
Workplace Big FiveTM Qualified Consultant
Human Relations in Organizations, Organization and Management, Leadership Theory & Practice