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Catherine Gilstein, M.B.A., Ph.D.

Catherine Gilstein, M.B.A., Ph.D.

Catherine Gilstein
Assistant Professor of Business
Program Director, Organizational Leadership
SJH 202
215-248-7028

In addition to teaching different business courses at the college level for the past eight years, I have extensive experience in retail banking (loans, investments, annuities), finance, operations, executing sales and marketing plans, and building strong relationships with colleagues, students, and staff at all levels.  I am committed to my students and earned a reputation for integrity and true concern.

I completed my BS in finance and management at Brooklyn College in New York, I earned an MBA in business administration from Delaware Valley University in Pennsylvania, and I earned my PhD from Capella University in business management and focused my research on women in STEM and their experiences in career development.

I have conducted sales and finance trainings and taught courses in business, finance, organizations in HR, macroeconomics, microeconomics and operations management at Chestnut Hill College, Bucks County Community College, and Delaware Valley University.  I teach LEAD 601 Leading and Managing People and LEAD 606 Budget and Resource Management in the Organizational Leadership Program.  I am also available as the advisor of the program, and for the LEAD 692 Capstone course.

Educational Background: 

BS - Finance & Management - CUNY Brooklyn College
MBA - Business Administration - Delaware Valley University
Ph.D (ABD). - General Business - Capella University

Courses Taught: 

Economics (Macro/Micro)
Operations Management
Principles of Finance
Organization/Management of HR
Consumer Behavior
Personal Selling
Ethics in Business

Scholarly Interests: 

STEM field
Women in Tech Summit
Pennsylvania Conference for Women

Selected Presentations and Workshops: 

Women & Money, Women in Business Committee, Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce