Dr. Karen C. Love, Ph.D.
Program Chair - Organizational Leadership
Vice Chair LFCF
Leadership and teaching experience in both undergraduate and graduate level MAOL and MBA programs with extensive knowledge of organizational leadership, business management, applied decision making and nonprofit operations via both face to face, and, online classroom environment using whiteboard, e-learn, Moodle and smart-board technologies. Leadership commitments including running a nonprofit organization reaching both local and global community through leadership thought forums, education, health, performing arts, S.T.E.M. robotics teams, prison ministry and the homeless.
Ph. D. Management - Applied Management and Decision Science
MIT Executive Education - Leading Organizations to High Velocity Performance
MIT Executive Education - Mastering Design Thinking
Applied Research Strategies
Business and Economic Instruction
Current Issues in Business
Human Services Program Planning, Delivery and Evaluation
Leading High-Performance Teams
Leading from High Potential to High Performance
Leadership Behavior and Development
Leadership, Change, and Innovation
Organizational Culture, Politics, and Communications
D-300 Community Engagement Committee
Judson University External Diversity Council
Judson University Spiritual Council
Love Elgin Days Planning Committee for High School Event @ The Love Centre
McHenry County Helping Hands Prison Ministries
Palatine Chamber of Commerce and D-15 - Youth Entrepreneurs Academy
Praise Dance Team
Praise Team and Choir Member
Student Impact Ministry
Trinity Baptist Community Church Director of Music Ministries
Visiting Professors Ministry Director
LFCF Little Becomes Much Leadership Academy
"Planting Leaders One by One"
Who Despise the Day of Small Beginnings?
Creator of #FridayNightChats