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Stefanie
Business Administration
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Wilson
Professor of Business/Management
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Prior to joining the University of Hawai‘i–West O‘ahu as a full professor, Dr. Wilson has held educational and business positions which include undergraduate, graduate, and information systems technology business chair for the University of Phoenix for five years, and marketing management capacities for over 17 years at Motorola, Inc. In these positions, Dr. Wilson gained a wealth of organizational, managerial and leadership expertise. At Motorola, Dr. Wilson's experience entailed managing global product portfolios and introducing products such as paging, two-way radios, cellular phones and satellite communications systems worldwide.  Also, Dr. Wilson has managed marketing communication budgets totaling millions of dollars to support product launches that were global in scope. At University of Phoenix, managing academic programs was her primary focus. Dr. Wilson earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Management degree from Hampton Institute, Masters degree in Business Administration with specializations in International Business and Marketing from the University of Miami, and Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership degree from the University of Phoenix.

Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership
University of Phoenix, Phoenix, Arizona, 2004

M.B.A. with specializations in International Business and Marketing
University of Miami, Miami, FL, 1994

B.S. Business Administration with specializations in Marketing and Management
Hampton Institute, Hampton, VA, 1982; Magna Cum Laude

 

2006-Present: Professor of Business, Undergraduate Business Course Instruction-Leadership, Strategic Management, Human Resource Management, Global Management, Business Ethics, Marketing)
University of Hawai‘i–West O‘ahu 

1999-2006: Campus College Chair, Undergraduate Business, Graduate Business, and Information Systems Technology & Business Instructor, Undergraduate and Graduate; University of Phoenix

Dr. Wilson has instructed courses in-class, on-line and hybrid formats, as her teaching portfolio includes following courses:

  • Leadership Courses (Undergraduate, Graduate and Doctorate):  Organizational Leadership and Change Management; Transformational Leadership; Perspective in Change Leadership, Foundations of Leadership. Leading People In Organizations
  • Management Courses (Undergraduate and Graduate): Strategic Management, Global Management and Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management, Principles of Management, Strategy, Formulation and Implementation, Management:  Theory, Practice and Application, Managerial Communication.
  • Marketing Courses (Undergraduate and Graduate):  Marketing Management, Introduction to Marketing, Organizational Behavior, Consumer Behavior,  Buyer Behavior, Advanced Marketing Management,Global Marketing, Quest for the Consumer.
  • Human Resource Management (Undergraduate and Graduate):  International Human Resource Management, Human Resource Management.
  • International Business Courses (Undergraduate and Graduate): Cross Cultural Considerations for International Managers, Global Business Strategies.
  • Ethics Courses (Undergraduate and Graduate): Business Ethics
  • Other Courses Taught: Critical Thinking and Economics.

Wilson, S.  (July 2020, Volume 3) Article, Leading Edge Online Education Practices: Influenced by the Global Pandemic, Book Co-author, Chapter 1, Book Publisher International, DOI: https://doi.org/10.9734/bpi/assr/v3,  ISBN-13 (15) 978-93-90149-46-9

Wilson, S. (4th Quarter, 2018, Volume 11, Number 4).  Implementing Co-Creation And Multiple Intelligence Practices To Transform The Classroom Experience.   Contemporary Issues in Education Research Journal

Wilson, S. (3rd Quarter, 2018, Volume 11, Number 3) Leading Edge Online Classroom Education:  Incorporating Best Practices Beyond Technology.  American Journal of Business Education  (ISSN:  1942-2512)

Wilson, S. (1st Quarter, 2013, Volume 10, Number 1). Caring Leadership Applied In the Classroom To Embrace The Needs of Students, Journal of College Teaching & Learning. (ISSN:  2157-894X)

Wilson, S. (Fourth Quarter, 2012, Volume 9, Number 4). Student Management and Human Intelligence Skills Enhanced Through Community Service, Journal of College Teaching and Learning. ( ISSN:  2157-894X)

Wilson, S. and Mujtaba, B. (2010). The Relationship Between Leadership and Multiple Intelligences with the 21st Century’s Higher Education Faculty. Journal of Applied Business and Economics. (ISSN 1499-691X).

Wilson, S. and Mujtaba, B. (June 2008). Intelligence and Diversity: A Western and Eastern View from a Global Paradigm. The Clute Institute For Academic Research, Journal of International Business & Economics Research. (ISSN 1535-0754).

Wilson, S. (April, 2007). A Study of Multiple Intelligences and Higher Education Faculty in the United States. The Clute Institute For Academic Research, Journal of College Teaching and Learning. (ISSN 1544 0389).

Wilson, S. and Mujtaba, B. (March, 2007). The Relationship Between Multiple Intelligences, Culture, and Diversity The Clute Institute For Academic Research, Journal of International Business & Economics Research. (ISSN 1535-0754).

Co-authored Book: (Published 2007): Earning a Doctorate Degree in the 21st Century: Joys and Challenges.

2020  Clute Institute International Conference on Education:  Orlando, FloridaPresentation:  Leading with Aloha and Multiple Intelligences:  Stellar Classroom Practices  Impacting Student Learning (Recipient of Academic Conference Best Presentation Award)

2016 International Academic Business Conference: Washington, DC Presentation: A+ Education Beyond Technology (Recipient of Academic Best Paper Award).

2016 International Education Conference: Washington, DC Presentation: A Perspective: Implementing Co-Creation and Multiple Intelligence Practices Transforms the Classroom Experience (Recipient of Academic Best Paper Award).

2012 Las Vegas International Academic Conference: Las Vegas Nevada (Caesars Palace) Presentation: Caring Leadership Applied In the Classroom To Embrace The Needs of Students, Journal of College Teaching & Learning (Recipient of Academic Best Paper Award).

2012 Las Vegas International Academic Conference: Las Vegas Nevada (Caesars Palace) Presentation: Student Management and Human Intelligence Skills Enhanced Through Community Service (Recipient of Academic Best Paper Award).

2012 Academy of Management Annual Conference Presentation: The Economics of Corruption: A Cross Cultural Discussion of Practices Across Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Iran.

Wilson, S. (2012). Presentation Topic: Total Quality Management: Guest presenter on “Total Quality Management” given to undergraduate students enrolled in the Quality Management and Productivity (MGT449) course at the University of Phoenix, Hawaii Campus.

Wilson, S. (April 2011). Optimizing the Organization. Executive Training for Vietnam Mobifone Executives Pacific News Building, Honolulu, Hawaii. 

Wilson, S. (March 2011). Organizational Dynamics. Guest Speaker, Leeward Community College; Pearl City, Hawaii.

Wilson, S. (February 2011). Organizational Leadership: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow: Guest Speaker. Rotary International, District 5000 Presidents Conference. Airport Conference Center, Honolulu, Hawaii. 

Wilson, S. (May 2010). Contemporary Leadership & Organizational Challenges.  Led Leadership Training Seminar as Rotary International District 5000 Trainer; Honolulu, Hawaii.          

Wilson, S. The Applied Business Research Conference and The Teaching Learning & Learning Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii. (January 2-5, 2007). Presentation: The relationship between leadership and the domains of multiple intelligences.

Wilson, S. (2005). The relationship between leadership and the domains of multiple intelligences. Ann Arbor, MI: ProQuest Information and Learning Company. (UMI Number: 3151206).

Mujutaba B., Scharff M., Kennedy J., Wilson, S., Artley, J., Najera, M., Jue, A. (2005). Mentoring and the learning organization. Academy of Management 2005 Annual Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii. (August 5-10, 2005).

Teaching Awards and Nominations:

  • 2014: Outstanding Teaching with Laulima Innovation Award Recipient
  • 2009: Frances Davis Teaching Award Recipient
  • 2012, 2013, 2016, 2017:  Nominated for Board of Regents Excellence in Teaching Award
  • 2002-Present: Rotary Club of Kapolei and Pearl Harbor, Member
    • 2019-2020; Co-President of Rotary Club of Pearl Harbor 
    • 2013: Sergeant-at Arms and Board Member
    • 2011-2012: District 5000 Trainer
    • 2008-2009:President of the Rotary Club of Kapolei
    • 2007-2008: Vice President
  • 2011-Present: Kapolei Chamber of Commerce
  • 2008-Present: Academy of Management, Member 
  • 1982-Present: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. (Lifetime Member) 

UH System Service:

August 2016-May 2017: President’s Emerging Leader Program

December 2016: Articulation Agreement. Teamed with UH personnel to develop the transfer articulation agreement between University of Hawaii-West Oahu and Leeward Community College. Transfer Articulation Agreement: Associate in Science in Management to Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration

2015-2016: American Council on Education’s (ACE) Internationalization Lab Program. Represented UH West O‘ahu along with the UH system office, and UH Hilo staff in Washington DC in support of our University of Hawai‘i Internationalization Plan.

December 2015: Articulation Agreement. Teamed with UH personnel to develop the articulation agreement between University of Hawai‘i–West O‘ahu and Kapiolani Community College. Articulation Agreement: AS in Culinary Arts with specialization in Culinary Arts, Pastry Arts, or Institutional Food Service Management to the BAS with a concentration in CULM.

May 11, 2013: Graduation Commencement Speaker, Hawai‘i Community College Graduation Ceremony

May 10, 2013: Graduation Commencement Platform Participant, Kaua‘i Community College Graduation Ceremony 

2011: UH West O‘ahu and Leeward Community College Partnership: Business Transition Program Focus. University of Hawai‘i Articulation Agreement was developed which fostered a partnership between UH West O‘ahu and Leeward Community College business programs. Specifically, the purpose of the articulation agreement is to facilitate a smooth transition for students in the Leeward Community College Associate in Applied Science (AAS) In Management program to the University of Hawai’i–West O’ahu Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration (BABA) program with a concentration in General Business Administration, Accounting, Marketing, Management, or Finance. 

2007-Present: UH West O‘ahu and Kapi‘olani Community College Partnership:  BAS-CULM  Program. Instrumental in development of the UHWO/KCC partnership as well as in the progress of our BAS-CULM program, to include (but not limited to) the implementation of our articulation agreements and fostering student interest in the program.

UH West O‘ahu Service:

2016: UH West O‘ahu Search Committee, for UH West O‘ahu Chancellor

2014: UH West O‘ahu Search Committee, Political Science

2013: UHWO Search Committee, Business, Marketing/Management Personnel

2010-Present: Served on the following search committees:

  • 2010: UH West O‘ahu Search Committee, Business, Management Personnel-Committee Chair
  • 2010: UH West O‘ahu Search Committee, Business, Accounting Personnel Committee Chair
  • 2008: UH West O‘ahu Search Committee, Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs
  • 2008-2014 and 2015-2020: Faculty Senator

2009-Present: Served on numerous UH West O‘ahu personnel committees:

2006-Present: Served on the following UH West O‘ahu standing committees:

  • 2011-Present: Budget and Resources; 2011-2012, Vice Chair
  • March 2015: Laulima Innovation Award Selection Committee
  • 2010-2013: Academic Affairs and Planning Committee
  • 2008-2010: Writing Committee
  • 2007-2008: Curriculum Committee
  • 2006-2007: General Education Committee
  • 2006-2007: Educational Effectiveness Committee