Christopher Anne Robinson-Easley, Ph.D.
Dr. Christopher Anne Robinson-Easley is the Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs at Malcolm X College. Dr. Robinson-Easley spent over 20 years in management and directorship positions in the corporate business sector and has worked in higher education for twenty-one years where she has served in faculty and administrative roles.
She holds a B.A. in Psychology and M.S. in Industrial Relations both from Loyola University of Chicago, a Ph.D. in Organization Development from Benedictine University, and has courses towards a Master’s Degree in Divinity from Chicago Theological Seminary. Inclusively, prior to leaving her former institution, Dr. Robinson-Easley was promoted to the rank of Full Professor in Management.
Dr. Robinson-Easley has extensively consulted, presented, researched and published in the areas of management, human resource management and organization development with a special focus on issues that stretch the social fabric of this country. Her research and consulting work has been presented throughout the United States, Europe and in the French West Indies, where she also teaches intercultural management. Dr. Robinson-Easley has also served in the roles of coordinator, director, dean of students and assistant provost in higher education.
In addition to numerous journal articles and book chapters, she has written and published three books since 2012:
“Our children—Our responsibilities: Saving the youth we are losing to gangs”, (Peter Lang International Publishers-2012)
"Preparing for Today's Global Job Market: From the Lens of Color" (Palgrave Macmillan-2013)
"Beyond Diversity and Intercultural Management" (Palgrave Macmillan-2014)
In addition to her expertise in academic and student affairs, Dr. Robinson-Easley is a trained organization development professional. Her areas of expertise include whole systems change, management, organizational culture, leadership development, intercultural management, ethics and diversity.