Erin Kreeger, Ph.D.

Erin Kreeger, Ph.D.

Email: erin.kreeger@pm.me

Erin Kreeger, Ph.D works with other leaders who want to expand their capacity to bring about positive change in their schools, public institutions, research groups and communities. She has over 25 years of leadership experience and has had the great gift of working throughout the world in a variety of fields and sectors, including health and human services, education, corporate, and spiritually based organizations. Throughout her career, she has woven together what she was learning day-to-day at work with what she was learning through her academics. Erin earned both a master’s degree and a multidisciplinary Ph.D. in organizational leadership and change and has an undergraduate degree focused on medical sociology.

Erin works with people and organizations on what’s relevant for them while also helping strengthen their agility and ability to step into future situations with wisdom, compassion and good stewardship of resources. She understands that doing “good work” requires developing knowledge, skills, and practices intentionally at multiple levels. It requires self-awareness, mindfulness of what we’re making in our communication patterns and alignment of organizational values (or sacred roots) with day to day business decisions, policies, procedures, codes of conduct, etc. Erin has deep experience doing this as an organizational leader herself and is happy offer her knowledge, experiences, and skills to help others wanting to expand their capacity to bring about positive change.

We’re all in this together. It’s through this interconnectedness that we have the ability to help each other sustain, evolve, inspire, and continue to build more whole, just, wise, compassionate, healthy, and loving organizations and communities through skillful means.

Dissertation:
 It’s all about wellbeing, eh? Mindfulness of what we’re making in our PhD Ecologies

Masters Thesis:
 “If you have come to help me, you’re wasting your time”: Using Participatory Action Research to Mitigate Cultural Imperialism in Community Development.

Erin Kreeger Dissertation