Dr. Schultz has 20+ years of experience in collegiate teaching, higher education administration, and business. She has held leadership positions in human resources, sales, marketing, and executive management; including strategic corporate leadership and profit/loss responsibilities at the Vice-President level. She has an active research and writing agenda focused on formal workplace social networks, classroom research on student attitudes and perceptions of pedagogy, and the application of barrier-free teaching practices across the curriculum. She has presented original research at the Academy of Management Annual Meetings, the Academy of Human Resource Development International Research Conferences in the Americas, the Midwest Academy of Management Annual Meetings, International College Teaching and Learning Conference, and International Applied Business Conference. Her research has been published in the Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, Business Research Yearbook, American Journal of Business Education, Journal of Business and Education Research, Journal of Diversity Management, Journal of College Reading and Learning, Contemporary Issues in Education Research, and Research & Teaching in Developmental Education. She was Program Chair-elect (2012-13) Program Chair (2013-14) and President (2014-15) for the Midwest Academy of Management. She serves as an Editorial Review Board Member for the Organization Management Journal and for the Academy of Management Ethics Committee as a board appointed ombudsperson. She is a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach.
Dr. Schultz received her bachelor’s degree for University of Wisconsin – LaCrosse, her M.Ed. from University of Georgia, her M.B.A. from Our Lady of the Lake University and her Ph.D. from University of Minnesota – Twin Cities.