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Chris Enslin, EdD
My name is Christine Enslin. I was born in Lake Forest, Illinois. Yes, a naval base baby. I spent the majority of my life traveling the United States because my father was in the military. Matter of fact I moved nineteen times in twenty years. I think this is where I developed skills to adapt to a great deal of change in my life. I have two sisters and one brother and by some miracle we all live fairly close to each other. I am married and I have one son currently serving in the Army in Washington, D.C. I live in Waupaca, Wisconsin next to the Chain of Lakes. I earned my Bachelor of Science in Marketing at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside and my Masters of Business Administration at Cardinal Stritch University. In May 2007, I completed my research work on Executive Women Mentoring Junior Women in the Organization at Cardinal Stritch University where I received a Doctorate in Education, specifically in Leadership and Research. I have worked in the corporate world for over thirty-five years as a Sales Manager, General Manager, Operations Manager and Vice President. I am currently in Administration with Recover Health of Wisconsin, and I have worked with University of Phoenix since May, 2007 in Humanities and for the School of Advanced Studies. My community projects include volunteering at the locate theatre, co-chair of Waupaca Senior Coalition, Board member for Waupaca Chamber of Commerce, Board member of Foundations for Living, Chair for the 2012 Alzheimer's Walk - Waupaca, helping the church community, and I am the President of the Board at our local literacy organization. I have spent a great deal of time, money and energy to continue being a life-long learner and I am living proof that it does help you with your career and personal goals. I truly believe in continuous improvement in people and processes; and that knowledge helps us stretch our minds and broadens our perspectives. I have published articles in the Academic Forum, The Exchange, and with Sage Publications on Females Executives, Career Development, Advancement of Women into Executive positions, Federal Managers and Breast Cancer.