Dr. Janie Hall is a Senior Contributing Faculty member at Walden University and is approved to teach doctoral mentoring courses at the College of Management and Human Potential. She has served in various committee roles, such as second committee member and the University Research Reviewer. Dr. Hall has several years of experience teaching didactic instructional courses for the University of Arizona, Capella University, Northcentral University, and the University of the People. and She enjoys paving the way to academic excellence, interacting with students, and teaching core concepts leading to further investigation. She is a member of Delta Mu Delta, the Golden Key Honour Society, the Society of Professional Consultants, and the Professional Editors Network (PEN). Dr. Hall earned an MBA degree with a focus on healthcare management from Ottawa University, a DBA with a focus on leadership, and most recently earned a graduate certificate in project management from Tempo Learning. Dr. Janie earned the Study of the Year Award and earned an honor roll recognition for early completion of her doctoral study.
Dr. Hall has disseminated the findings of her doctoral study, Tribal Gaming Leaders toward a Sustainable Future, through submission of peer-reviewed articles, multiple speaking engagements, a peer-reviewed chapter in the Refractive Thinker entitled Native American Women in Leadership Working toward a Sustainable Future and is also a book reviewer for American Indian Quarterly. She had a featured article in The Qualitative Report and has been published in The Journal of Social Change. Her study has allowed her to gain professional and academic expertise to facilitate improvements in small and medium-sized businesses.
Dr. Janie Hall resides in Joplin, MO. She contributes to social change through her work as a master gardener and is a member of the Ozark Gateway Regional Master Gardeners. The volunteer effort is to provide education, leadership, training and support for the Jasper County community. Workshops, speaker’s bureaus, and demonstration projects allow Master Gardeners to provide education each year in person or through helplines. Also, we provide thousands of pounds of produce to nonprofit organizations to feed families who have been identified as food insecure. In 2021, Dr. Hall received earned a certificate for horticulture and floriculture judging for Missouri State and all local fairs.
Recently, Maui (my Frenchie) and I became a pet therapy team. Maui is the typical "bulldog" that comes with a little extra drama. Haha! Our goal as a team is to use our skills to alleviate manifestations of cognitive disorders and boost the overall morale of individuals within the local and surrounding communities. The value of this therapy became very apparent after my young daughter became suddenly ill and was missing her pets, who seemed to provide comfort.