Charlotte Johnson, Ph.D.
Compliance throughout Organizational Change Processes
Dr. Charlotte C. Johnson a senior academic leader, faculty member and researcher with substantial experience in assessment of student learning, academic leadership, organizational change and development, research and scholarship, accounting, adult learning theory, and higher education, promoting lifelong learning and developing students/employees that influence change as community leaders.
Dr. Johnson has worked in higher education for over twenty years. She has served as a faculty member, a college campus chair and a dean. In addition, she has overseen the administration of academics of multiple campuses for one of her previous employers. Johnson’s teaching philosophy focuses on understanding how organizational structures and change processes influence student learning as an outcome. Her passion is creating structures and opportunities for students to reach their full potential in higher education.
Dr. Charlotte C. Johnson earned her Bachelor of Science degree in commerce from DePaul University. Her master and doctoral degrees in business administration and management were earned at the University of Phoenix in 2007 and 2013 respectively.
Dissertation: Phenomenological study: How organizational structures and changes processes influence student learning
Johnson spends many hours volunteering in the community with organizations like the National Civil Rights Museum, Feed the Needy, serving as president on the board of directors at City of Hope Outreach and more. She is a member of Delta Kappa Gamma Society, Association of Academic Leadership Educators; peer-reviewer, member and conference committee member, and Association of Collegiate Women in Higher Education.