Tracy Stuart, Visionary Leader: Unlikely Heroine of Sweet Briar College

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Edwina R. Haring & Patricia M. Buhler

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    Edwina Haring is a lecturer in the School of Business at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, teaching organizational behavior and change management. In addition, she is Principal of Dynamic Performance Consultants, an organization development firm supporting leaders and teams in strategic planning, intercultural communications, and retreat/meeting process consultation. Edwina received the Excellence in Teaching Adult Students Award from University of Delaware Professional Studies where she co-designed and served as lead instructor in several professional development certification programs. She was Book Review Editor for Performance Improvement for several years, published original team development activities and articles, presented at numerous regional and international conferences, is active in professional and academic organizations, and volunteers for several civic organizations in her community.

    Pat Buhler is a professor of management at Goldey-Beacom College in Wilmington, Delaware, is a certified SPHR (Senior Professional in Human Resources) and a SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP). Pat teaches in the graduate and undergraduate programs specializing in management and human resource management. She has received the institution’s Excellence in Teaching Award twice and was named to Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers twice. In addition, Pat was the 2005 recipient of Delaware’s Ron Shane Lifetime Achievement Award for Human Resources and the 2015 recipient of the Delaware Valley HR Lifetime Achievement Award. Pat is author of over 100 articles and has published six books, including two SHRM published books: Destination Innovation: HR’s Role in Charting the Course and Up, Down, and Sideways: High Impact Verbal Communication for HR Professionals (with Dr Joel Worden).

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