Ph.D. in Global Leadership and Entrepreneurship, 2009, Regent University
M.A. in Organizational Leadership, 2001, Crown College
B.A. in Pastoral Ministry, 1976, Northwestern College
Served as a Program Director and Professor for the College of Adult Graduate Studies at the University of Northwestern of St. Paul, overseeing the undergraduate Business program and the Masters in Organizational Leadership program.
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