Faith Wambura Ngunjiri
Dr. Ngunjiri is associate professor of ethics at Concordia College, MN, where she also serves as director, Lorentzsen Center for Faith and Work. Her research interests revolve around women and leadership, particularly studies on African women, servant leadership, spirituality, and the nexus between culture and leadership. She also teaches and writes about culturally responsive research approaches. Her second area of research is spirituality in the workplace. She is also very interested in qualitative research approaches, particularly autoethnography. Her work has been published in Journal of Management, Spirituality and Religion; International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education; Journal of Educational Administration; Journal of Research Practice, International and Intercultural Communication Annual, Global Media Journal, Journal of Business Communication, University Council of Educational Administration (UCEA) Review, Journal of Pan African Studies, and Gendered Perspectives on International Development.
Dr. Ngunjiri is co-editor of two book series—Women and Leadership: Research, Theory and Practice (Information Age Publishing) and Palgrave Studies in African Leadership (Palgrave McMillan).
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