Cynthia Loubier, PhD

Core Faculty, Dissertation Chair, The Graduate School

Contact:
cloubier@ncu.edu

Areas of Expertise:
• Research Methods in Social Sciences
• Ethnography
• Action Research
• Organizational Culture
• Organizational Change
• Organizational Theory
• Gender and Leadership
• Intersectionality
• Sustainable Organizations
• Intercultural Competence
• Appreciative Inquiry
• Rites of Passage
• Work Motivation
• Adult Learning Theory
• Simulations and Leadership Assessment
• Leaderless Groups

Education:
• Ph.D., California School of Professional Psychology
• M.A., California School of Professional Psychology
• B.S., University of San Francisco

Dissertation:
The use of rites of intensification during organizational crises

Selected Publications:
• “Intersectionality and leadership,” International Journal of Leadership Studies (2008)
• “Global Business Leadership,” Chapters 1 – 5 (2008)

Selected Professional Experience:
• Lecturer, University of Liverpool
• Adjunct Faculty, University of San Francisco
• Adjunct Faculty, University of California, East Bay
• Guest Lecturer, Stanford University
• Reviewer, Academy of Management
• Founder and Principal Investigator, Andragogics Research Services
• Director of Family Research and Training, Eastfield Ming Quong (San Jose, CA)