Concordia University is fortunate to have a diverse array of practitioner-scholars teaching in its new Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) Program. DBA Faculty help to prepare leaders to address the challenges facing the business world by implementing a holistic approach—one that combines quantitative and qualitative business concepts.

This blog series will feature a few key faculty members, in order to give students a sense of their unique academic, professional, and research backgrounds. Here, we introduce you to Dr. Sunil Ramlall.

Dr. Sunil Ramlall serves as Professor of Business and primarily teaches in the DBA Program. He is also the Interim Director of the Master of Science in Leadership Program at Concordia University. Prior to these roles, Dr. Ramlall was an Academic Program Chair and Faculty at Western Governors University, leading academic graduate business program initiatives. Additionally, he served as Associate Professor of Management at Cardinal Stritch University, Hamline University, and as Assistant Professor at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota.

Dr. Ramlall holds a Bachelor’s degree and MBA from the University of St. Thomas, and an M.Ed. and Ph.D. in Human Resource Development from the University of Minnesota. He has authored 36 scholarly journal articles, is in the process of writing a forthcoming book, and has also written a book chapter on the future of work and education. Dr. Ramlall frequently presents at academic conferences including the Academy of Management, Midwest Academy of Management, Academy of Human Resource Development, ASBSP, and AACSB.

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