Christine Mahady, Ed.D.

Christine MahadyLecturer
Educational Leadership Program
Timonium Graduate Center
cmahady@loyola.edu 

Education:

Ed.D., Educational and Organizational Leadership, University of Pennsylvania 
M.A., Marriage and Family Therapy, Seton Hill University 
M.M., The Boston Conservatory 

Area of Research/Specialization:

  • Women's perceptions of career advancement into the college presidency, Educational leadership and learning needs of women, influence of emotional intelligence on the advancement of women
  • Feminist approaches to instruction and educational leadership
  • Innovative instruction and adult learning theory in higher education. 

Presentations:

  • Mahady, Christine (2018) – Dissertation Defense, The University of Pennsylvania, Graduate School of Education
  • Mahady, Christine (2017) – Dissertation Proposal, The University of Pennsylvania, Graduate School of Education
  • Mahady, Christine (2016) – Innovative School Study Tour of the San Francisco Bay Area, University of Pennsylvania, Graduate School of Education
  • Mahady, Christine (2013) – Presentation and Research (Digital Portfolio), Educational Leadership. The University of Pennsylvania
  • Mahady, Christine (2013) – Discussion facilitator among emerging K-12 leaders: Arts Education, Shipley School, Bryn Mawr, PA with school leadership cohort from The University of Pennsylvania
  • Mahady, Christine, Kiedel Sally, (2013) Female Bullying in Independent Schools, Middle School research and paper presented at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
  • Mahady Christine, Dougherty Ben, Jepson Peter, Keidel Sally (2012) – Presentation of paper and research experiential learning in improving the history classroom, evidence based decision making on improving instruction and curriculum
  • Mahady Christine, Lauren Martin (2012), Guest Lecturers, Technology in the Classroom Bethany College, WV

Awards:

  • PELS Scholarship – Simulation writer, University of Pennsylvania, 2015
  • Teacher with the Boston Conservatory and Higher Education Foundation (The Boston Conservatory, 2008)
  • Technology in Classrooms STEAM Grant (Propel Charter School, 2011)